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1.
Maidentrip (2013)
The life and adventures of Laura Dekker, youngest person ever to sail around the world alone.
2.
Nuclear Nation (2013)
In March 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake caused a tsunami that hit the town of Futaba in the Japanese prefecture of Fukushima and a large part of the town was swallowed up by the sea. The next day, Futaba locals heard the hydrogen explosion at Reactor Number 1 and were showered with nuclear fallout
3.
People of a Feather (2013)
The world of the Inuit on the Belcher Islands in Canada's Hudson Bay is explored in this documentary. Connecting their past, present and future is a unique relationship with the eider duck. Eider down, the warmest feather in the world, allows both Inuit and bird to survive harsh Arctic winters. Trad
4.
Happy House, The (2013)
A vacationing young couple staying at a bed & breakfast encounter a strange and possibly homicidal group of characters.
5.
11 Flowers (2013)
When a poor Chinese boy's new shirt is taken from him by a fugitive who's wanted for murder, the fates of the two become intertwined.
6.
End of Time, The (2013)
An abstract contemplation on the elusive subject of time. We go on a visual journey from the particle accelerator in Switzerland to the architectural decay of inner-city Detroit to a Hindu funeral, while exploring our perception of time and being immersed in the wonder of the everyday.
7.
Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story (2013)
A portrait of artist Tomi Ungerer, who in his various incarnations continually tested societal boundaries through his use of subversive art. His multiple careers include a bestselling children's book author, an illustrator of 1960s protest posters, and a creator of explicit erotica until he found hi
8.
End of Time, The (2013)
An abstract contemplation on the elusive subject of time. We go on a visual journey from the particle accelerator in Switzerland to the architectural decay of inner-city Detroit to a Hindu funeral, while exploring our perception of time and being immersed in the wonder of the everyday.
9.
Pink Ribbons, Inc. (2012)
A two-day, San Francisco run to raise money for a breast cancer cure is the setting for this exploration of current treatments, corporate fundraising, and breast cancer media campaigns.
10.
People Uncounted, A (2012)
This documentary tells the story of the Roma, commonly referred to as Gypsies-a people who have been both romanticized and vilified in popular culture. The Roma have endured centuries of intolerance and persecution in Europe, most notably the Holocaust genocide where an estimated 500,000 were murder
11.
Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary (2012)
This documentary chronicles the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a writer who is on death-row for a murder that many believe he did not commit.
12.
Wagner & Me (2012)
Actor and writer Stephen Fry explores his passion for the world's most controversial composer, but can he salvage Wagner's music from its associations with anti-Semitism and Hitler?
13.
Beat Hotel, The (2012)
An exploration into the legacy of the American Beats in Paris during the heady years between 1957 and 1963, when Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso fled the obscenity trials in the United States surrounding the publication of Ginsberg's poem Howl. They took refuge in a cheap no-name ho
14.
Never Stand Still: Dancing At Jacob's Pillow (2012)
Shot at the iconic Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, performances by world-renowned dancers are interwoven with interviews, behind-the-scenes insights, and rare archival footage.
15.
Windfall (2012)
The residents of a rural farm town are excited about a huge corporation's plan to revitalize their community with a wind farm, until they see there is a dark side to the project.
16.
Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment (2012)
The heartbreak and hope of Israel's modern kibbutz movement is shown as a new generation struggles to ensure its survival.
17.
Surviving Progress (2012)
Our 21st century, progress-addicted culture is compared to the catastrophes of ancient civilizations.
18.
Art is... The Permanent Revolution (2012)
Art's relationship to social reality and protest is examined. The work of 60 artists, including Rembrandt, Goya, and Picasso, illustrate the discussion.
19.
Fierce Green Fire, A (2012)
This comprehensive exploration of the environmental movement examines how it developed over the last fifty years.
20.
Girl Model (2012)
Young Russian girls join a modeling agency to seek work in Japan and find themselves caught up in an unregulated system that reveals an unseemly side of the fashion industry.
21.
Photographic Memory (2012)
Documentarian Ross McElwee examines his sometimes complex relationship with his twenty-something son Adrian by revisiting Brittany where he lived and worked when he was in his twenties.
22.
Patagonia Rising (2012)
This investigation of a controversial plan to build five large hydroelectric dams in Chile's famed wilderness illustrates the global conflict over water and power.
23.
Jane's Journey (2011)
A portrait of Dr. Jane Goodall, who left her career as a primatologist 20 years ago to devote all her energy to saving our planet. Goodall is accompanied on her travels across several continents as she works on her mission.
24.
Wish Me Away (2011)
At the height of her success, Chely Wright was the first country singer to come out as gay, and her announcement shattered stereotypes within Nashville, her family, and herself.
25.
Pruitt-Igoe Myth, The (2011)
The social, economic and legislative issues that led to the decline of public housing in America are explored through the failure of the Pruitt-Igoe public housing complex in St. Louis.
26.
Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune (2011)
Over the course of a meteoric music career that spanned two turbulent decades, musician Phil Ochs sought the bright lights of fame and social justice in equal measure - a contradiction that eventually tore him apart. From youthful idealism to rage to pessimism, the arch of Ochs' life paralleled that
27.
Special Treatment (2011)
Alice is a prostitute who is fed up with the dark side of French masculinity. When she meets neurotic psychoanalyst Xavier, they see the similarities of their professions in the overlapping worlds of psychotherapy and sexual therapy.
28.
Sons of Tennessee Williams, The (2011)
The evolution of drag and politics in Louisiana's gay Mardi Gras krewe scene is chronicled. In the 1940s and 50s, began throwing lavish balls to send up their straight counterparts and became a powerful force in city politics.
29.
Plastic Planet (2011)
Presents an up-close and personal view of the controversial and fascinating material that has found its way into every facet of daily life: plastic. Goes on a journey around the globe, following plastic through its 100 years of glorious triumph and showing what an unexpected impact plastic has on th
30.
Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby, The (2011)
William Colby rose through the ranks to become Director of the CIA, but after decades of taking on the White House's toughest assignments, he defied the President, exposing to Congress some of the agency's darkest secrets and extra-legal operations.
31.
Eames: The Architect & the Painter (2011)
This film examines the "Eames Era" and its continuing influence on American design through archival material, films, and the love letters, photographs, and artifacts of husband and wife designers Charles and Ray Eames.
32.
How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr Foster? (2011)
A portrait of premier architect Norman Foster, who strives to improve the quality of life through design. Foster discusses some of his emblematic projects, such as the world's largest building and its tallest bridge.
33.
Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & To Kill A Mockingbird (2011)
Fifty years after winning the Pulitzer Prize, To Kill a Mockingbird remains a beloved bestseller and quite possibly the most influential American novel of the 20th Century. Nearly one million copies are sold each year and the novel has been translated into more than forty languages worldwide. The fi
34.
Rehearsal for a Sicilian Tragedy (2011)
Actor John Turturro journeys to his maternal homeland of Sicily. While exploring the island's vanishing traditions, he meets one of the puppet theater's few remaining practitioners, Mimmo Cuticchio, who teaches him the Sicilian art of puppetry.
35.
Nobody Else but You (2011)
Candice's death is ruled a suicide by sleeping pills, but best-selling crime novelist Rousseau doesn't believe it and uncovers the truth about her past and her untimely death.
36.
American Teacher (2011)
This study of four teachers in different parts of the United States reveals the frustrating realities of today's educators, the difficulty of attracting new teachers, and why so many of our best ones leave the profession.
37.
Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & To Kill A Mockingbird (2011)
Fifty years after winning the Pulitzer Prize, To Kill a Mockingbird remains a beloved bestseller and quite possibly the most influential American novel of the 20th Century. Nearly one million copies are sold each year and the novel has been translated into more than forty languages worldwide. The fi
38.
Altiplano (2010)
Follows a Magnum photographer, Grace, who is drawn to the mysterious suicide of a virgin bride in the Peruvian Andes.
39.
Dancing Dreams: Teenagers Perform (2010)
The dance performance "Kontakthof" bears the signature of Pina Bausch: it deals with forms of human contact, encounters between the sexes, and the search for love and tenderness, with all its attendant anxieties, yearnings and doubts. It is a dance about feelings, which always pose a big challenge e
40.
Kings of Pastry (2010)
Imagine a scene never before witnessed: Sixteen French pastry chefs gathered in Lyon for three intense days of mixing, piping and sculpting everything from delicate chocolates to six-foot sugar sculptures in hopes of being declared by President Nicolas Sarkozy one of the best. This is the prestigiou
41.
Man on a Mission (2010)
A computer legend since high school, Richard Garriott can afford to pursue his dreams. So when he failed the physical to become an astronaut for NASA, he pioneered his own private space industry and bought a $30 million seat on a Russian Soyuz.
42.
Behind the Burly Q (2010)
Burlesque and vaudeville acts were America's most popular form of live entertainment in the first half of the 20th century - until cinema drove them from the mainstream. To add insult to injury, the art of burlesque became vilified and misunderstood, and was largely left out of our cultural history.
43.
Tales from the Script (2010)
Dozens of Hollywood screenwriters share war stories and life lessons.
44.
Stonewall Uprising (2010)
On June 28, 1969 New York City police raided a Greenwich Village Mafia-run gay bar, The Stonewall Inn. For the first time, patrons refused to be led into paddy wagons, setting off a 3-day riot that launched the Gay Rights Movement. Told by Stonewall patrons, journalists and the cop who led the raid,
45.
Neshoba: The Price of Freedom (2010)
In 1964, a mob of Klansmen murdered three civil rights workers in the small Mississippi county of Neshoba (a crime that came to be known as the "Mississippi Burning" murders). These young men, two Jews from New York and an African-American from Mississippi, were in the Deep South helping register A
46.
Circo (2010)
For over one hundred years, the Ponce family has struggled to make a living operating a small travelling circus as they traverse the Mexican countryside. Family patriarch Don Gilberto may be the ringleader, but the real stars are the four charming Ponce children, who labor night and day to maintain
47.
Waiting for Armageddon (2010)
Explores the culture of 50 million American Evangelicals who believe that Bible prophecy dictates the future of mankind and that Israel and the Jewish people play pivotal roles in ensuring Christ's return. The film raises questions regarding how this theology shapes U.S. Middle East relations and ma
48.
I'm Dangerous with Love (2010)
Dimitri had been addicted to heroin for 20 years when a single dose of ibogaine, a powerful hallucinogen derived from the root of a West African plant, stopped his addiction cold. Dimitri has since devoted his life to helping other addicts as an ibogaine provider, despite the fact ibogaine is consid
49.
Dancing Across Borders (2010)
On a trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia in January 2000, filmmaker Anne Bass came across a sixteen-year-old boy who moved her immensely with his amazing natural charm and grace as a dancer. A longtime devotee of the world of dance, Bass felt compelled to give this young boy the opportunity to
50.
Bhutto (2010)
A journey through the life and work of recently assassinated Benazir Bhutto, former Pakistani prime minister and a polarizing figure in the Muslim world.
51.
Crude (2009)
Tells the story of one of the largest and most controversial legal cases on the planet. An inside look at the infamous $27 billion "Amazon Chernobyl" case, Crude is a real-life, high stakes legal drama involving global politics, the environmental movement, celebrity activism, human rights advocacy,
52.
Eyes Wide Open (2009)
In looking for an assistant butcher replacement, a married, Orthodox Jewish father of four falls in love with a 22-year-old homeless male Yeshiva student.
53.
Mugabe and the White African (2009)
Told through the lens of 74-year-old white farmer Michael Campbell and his family, we explore Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's deeply controversial land seizure program, which was intended to redistribute white-owned land to poor black Zimbabweans. However, instead, it has led to an increase in po
54.
Making the Boys (2009)
Before Prop 8, Milk or Will & Grace, before the AIDS epidemic, gay pride parades or the Stonewall uprising, The Boys in the Band changed everything. Making the Boys explores the drama, struggle and enduring legacy of the first-ever gay play and subsequent Hollywood movie to successfully reach a main
55.
Off and Running (2009)
With white Jewish lesbians for parents and two adopted brothers - one mixed-race and one Korean - Brooklyn teen Avery grew up in a unique and loving household. When her curiosity about her African-American roots grows, Avery decides to contact her birth mother, which thrusts her into a complicated e
56.
Defamation (2009)
Intent on shaking up the ultimate 'sacred cow' for Jews, Israeli director Yoav Shamir embarks on a quest to answer the question, "What is anti-Semitism today?" Does it remain a dangerous and immediate threat? Or is it a scare tactic used by right-wing Zionists to discredit their critics? Speaking wi
57.
Wink and A Smile, A (2009)
Ten women set out to learn the art of burlesque dancing and striptease at Seattle's Academy of Burlesque. They have just six weeks to peel and reveal their hidden talents with little more than a tassel and a twirl. Seasoned burlesque divas strut on stage in their own performances to illustrate the c
58.
Little Girl (2009)
In a park in Rome, a family of circus performers finds a 2-year-old girl who has been left by a desperate mother with a note that tells them little about her. They take the child in, and a bond forms between the little girl and her surrogate family.
59.
Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers, The (2009)
Daniel Ellsberg, a high-level Pentagon official and Vietnam War strategist, concludes that the war is based on decades of lies and leaks 7,000 pages of top secret documents to The New York Times, making headlines around the world. Hailed as a hero, vilified as a traitor, and ostracized by even his
60.
Mugabe and the White African (2009)
Told through the lens of 74-year-old white farmer Michael Campbell and his family, we explore Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's deeply controversial land seizure program, which was intended to redistribute white-owned land to poor black Zimbabweans. However, instead, it has led to an increase in po
61.
Garbo: The Spy (2009)
In 1940, former chicken farmer Juan Pujol decides to become an international spy. The Allies inexplicably decide to entrust him with a series of missions under the code name "Garbo" in the effort to win World War II.
62.
Mother's Courage: Talking Back to Autism, A (2009)
A mother tries to find medical guidance and scientific explanation about her son's autism.
63.
Carmo, Hit the Road (2009)
Twenty-two year old Carmo would rather die than spend another day in the hellhole on the Brazil-Paraguay border where she lives. Marco, 37, is a lonesome, wheelchair-bound gaucho turned small time criminal. He has just arrived in town and desperately needs someone to help him unload a shipment of sm
64.
Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)
American artists, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder stepped forward in the 1950's to play a vital part in the newly energized world of modern dance. It is also about a forty-seven year long marriage and creative partnership that has sustained their accomplishments.
65.
Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution (2009)
For the first time ever, our children are growing up less healthy than their parents. As the rate of cancer and childhood obesity climbs ever upward each year, we must ask ourselves, why is this happening? What can we do to save our children's health - and our own? "Food Beware" takes a look at a s
66.
Pianomania (2009)
Master piano tuner Stephan Knüpfer is on a quest for the perfect tone.
67.
Ghosted (2009)
The sudden and unexplained death of her Taiwanese lover, Ai-ling, throws Hamburg artist Sophie Schmitt totally off balance. When she travels to Taipei to exhibit a video installation dedicated to Ai-ling, Sophie is approached by a pushy journalist, Mei-li. This unfamiliar female eagerly tries to sed
68.
Prodigal Sons (2008)
Follows three siblings--a transgender woman, a gay man and their adopted brother who discovers he's the grandson of Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth--back to their Montana hometown, where a powerful story of an entire family's transformation unfolds.
69.
Bulletproof Salesman (2008)
Fidelis Cloer is a self-confessed war profiteer. In a career spanning two decades of global turmoil, he has supplied kings, presidents and the odd dictator or two with the finest luxury armored vehicles that money can buy, hand-crafted in Germany. In his world, where security is a commodity, violenc
70.
Four Seasons Lodge (2008)
Documents what might be the final season for a community of Holocaust survivors who come together each summer to celebrate their lives. The film takes on sobering topics like aging and the legacy of the Holocaust in a uniquely life-affirming way - capturing the Lodgers' intoxicating passion for livi
71.
Praying With Lior (2008)
A portrait of young Lior Liebling, a child with Down syndrome who is filled with an unquenchable spirit of davening (prayer) and singing. One of four children of Rabbi Mordechai Liebling and the late Rabbi Devora Bartnoff, Lior cajoles his way into the hearts of his siblings and his loving stepmothe
72.
Absurdistan (2008)
Somewhere between Asia and Europe lies the god-forsaken desert village of Absurdistan, which a grand total of 14 families somehow manage to call home. For the village, the biggest problem is water--but for the village women, the biggest problem is their lazy men, who won't lift a finger to remedy th
73.
Moving Midway (2008)
About the filmmaker's colonial roots in the American South. It begins with the impending move of Midway, the old family plantation in Raleigh to a new location to make room for a shopping mall. However, there is more to this plantation than just a historic house. The upheaval of moving coincides wit
74.
House of the Sleeping Beauties (2008)
A wealthy businessman in his late 60s, Edmond, is haunted by the death, many years before, of his wife and daughter in a car accident. On the advice of an old friend, Kogi, he visits a mysterious 'house' for older men. In this establishment it is possible to spend an entire night in bed with beautif
75.
To the Limit (2008)
Depicts the adventures of two brothers, Alexander and Thomas Huber, who have been searching for their own limits from earliest childhood and share a passion for rock climbing which has propelled them into the first league of sports and Alpine climbers. Their ultimate challenge is to speed climb up t
76.
Our City Dreams (2008)
The self-told narratives of five women artists (ages 30 - 80), each of whom has a passion for art-making inseparable from her devotion to New York. Swoon, the youngest, exhibits cut-outs directly on city walls and subways, and exudes idealism and energy while carrying a two by four the way some wom
77.
To the Limit (2008)
Depicts the adventures of two brothers, Alexander and Thomas Huber, who have been searching for their own limits from earliest childhood and share a passion for rock climbing which has propelled them into the first league of sports and Alpine climbers. Their ultimate challenge is to speed climb up t
78.
Beyond Hatred (2007)
In September 2002, three French neofascist 'skinheads' went to a public park in Rheims looking for an 'Arab' to attack when they came across Francois Chenu, a young gay man. When he refused to deny his homosexuality when taunted with gay slurs, he was viciously beaten and thrown unconscious into a p
79.
Without the King (2007)
The tiny country of Swaziland is the last absolute monarchy on the African continent. Its leader, King Mswati III, faces huge challenges as he fights to save his people from starvation and the worst AIDS crisis in the world. At a startling 31 years, Swaziland has the lowest life expectancy in the wo
80.
Ballerina (2007)
A portrait of five Russian ballerinas from the Mariinski Theatre, formerly known as the Kirov. Behind any great ballerina lies the discipline and rigour that comes from decades of training and practice; and Russia's pre-eminent dancers--superstars such as Nijinsky, Baryshnikov and Pavlova--establish
81.
Sacco & Vanzetti (2007)
True story of Niccola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Italian-American immigrants that many believed were falsely accused and executed for their political beliefs.
82.
Verdict on Auschwitz: The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial 1963-1965 (2007)
On August 20, 1965, after 20 months of proceedings, the verdict was pronounced in one of the most significant trials in German legal history. The court heard 360 Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp survivors and other witnesses from 19 countries, in a trial against 22 members of the SS, accused of
83.
Constantine's Sword (2007)
Acclaimed author and former priest James Carroll, a National Book Award winner and columnist for the Boston Globe, is a practicing Catholic whose search for the truth leads him to confront persecution and violence in the name of God--today and in the Church's past. He discovers a terrible legacy tha
84.
My Fuhrer (2007)
In December, 1944 Berlin lies in ruins and the war is as good as lost. Joseph Goebbels is convinced that all the country needs is a re-energizing speech from the Führer. Adolf, however, is only a shadow of his former self; demoralized and depressed, he hides in his office and avoids contact with the
85.
On the Rumba River (2007)
Traveling up and down the majestic Congo River on a disheveled boat, the young orphan Antoine Kolosoy composed his first songs on a beat up old guitar. As he gained renown, the young "Wendo," as he was now known, was persecuted by the church and his music banned by the Belgian colonial authorities,
86.
Jihad for Love, A (2007)
Explores the complex global intersections between Islam and homosexuality by illuminating multiple stories as diverse as Islam itself and depicting lives from India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa and France.
87.
Wetlands Preserved (2007)
Wetlands. For many the name evokes a spirit, a community, an ethos. People still rave about the time they first encountered The Dave Matthews Band, Blues Traveler, Phish or Pearl Jam at the legendary New York City rock club. Others never visited, but have seen the signature Wetlands bus in the Rock
88.
Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion (2007)
A view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement using more than 70 exclusive interviews with pro-life activists and seldom-seen archival footage. When the Supreme Court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade affirmed a woman's constitutional right to privacy, a new movement--dedicated
89.
Sheng Si Jie (2007)
When Yan'ni starts college she believes she is embarking on a new life away from her family-and she is, but not the new beginning she anticipates. Once at school, she immediately meets Muyu and falls in love with him. What she does not know is that from the moment he met her Muyu began an intricate
90.
For The Bible Tells Me So (2007)
Grounded by the stories of five conservative Christian families and explores how the religious right has used its interpretation of the Bible to support its agenda of stigmatizing the gay community and eroding the separation between church and state.
91.
Without the King (2007)
The tiny country of Swaziland is the last absolute monarchy on the African continent. Its leader, King Mswati III, faces huge challenges as he fights to save his people from starvation and the worst AIDS crisis in the world. At a startling 31 years, Swaziland has the lowest life expectancy in the wo
92.
For The Bible Tells Me So (2007)
Grounded by the stories of five conservative Christian families and explores how the religious right has used its interpretation of the Bible to support its agenda of stigmatizing the gay community and eroding the separation between church and state.
93.
Camden 28, The (2007)
At 4:00 a.m. on August 22, 1971, eight anti-Vietnam War protestors went up a ladder outside the federal building in Camden, New Jersey and broke into the offices of the local draft board. For two hours they shredded Selective Service records before they were surprised by FBI agents. Twenty coconspir
94.
Bliss (2007)
When 17-year-old Meryem is found disheveled and unconscious by the side of a lake in the countryside, her family believes the worst - that her chastity has been lost. They turn to the ancient principle of "tore," a strict moral code that condemns Meryem to death. The duty of upholding the family's h
95.
Save Me (2007)
Mark is a young gay man who is addicted to sex and drugs. After a particularly nasty binge his brother checks him into Genesis House, a Christian retreat in New Mexico miles from anywhere. Run by a compassionate husband and wife team, Gayle and Ted have made it their life's mission to cure young men
96.
Wetlands Preserved (2007)
Wetlands. For many the name evokes a spirit, a community, an ethos. People still rave about the time they first encountered The Dave Matthews Band, Blues Traveler, Phish or Pearl Jam at the legendary New York City rock club. Others never visited, but have seen the signature Wetlands bus in the Rock
97.
On the Rumba River (2007)
Traveling up and down the majestic Congo River on a disheveled boat, the young orphan Antoine Kolosoy composed his first songs on a beat up old guitar. As he gained renown, the young "Wendo," as he was now known, was persecuted by the church and his music banned by the Belgian colonial authorities,
98.
Unknown Soldier, The (2006)
The Wehrmacht-Exhibition, which was showing in eleven major cities between 1999 and 2004, challenged an established social taboo. Up to that point, the image of the "morally proper" German forces had been kept up in the public debate in Germany. Suddenly, there were photos of Wehrmacht officers kill
99.
Forgiving Dr. Mengele (2006)
Eva Mozes Kor and her twin sister, Miriam, were victims of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's cruel genetic experiments--an experience that would haunt them their entire lives. We follow Eva's metamorphosis from embittered survivor to tireless advocate for reconciliation. This unexpected transformation was
100.
Motherland Afghanistan (2006)
One in seven Afghan women currently dies in childbirth. The documentary introduces the women behind these devastating statistics. Director Sedika Mojadidi examines her father work's as an obstetrician-gynecologist as he struggles to make a difference, first at Kabul's recently renamed Laura Bush Mat
101.
Been Rich All My Life (2006)
A chronicle that follows the most unlikely troupe of tap dancers you're likely to meet, the Silver Belles, five former showgirls who danced at the Apollo and other legendary Harlem venues in the 1930s-40s. In 1934, the 125th Street Apollo Theater opened, presenting shows featuring the great band lea
102.
Been Rich All My Life (2006)
A chronicle that follows the most unlikely troupe of tap dancers you're likely to meet, the Silver Belles, five former showgirls who danced at the Apollo and other legendary Harlem venues in the 1930s-40s. In 1934, the 125th Street Apollo Theater opened, presenting shows featuring the great band lea
103.
Sacred Family, The (2006)
A quasi-home video shot in three days about an affluent family in a villa by the sea, in which everything is not as beautiful as it looks at first sight and relationships can be just as fickle as a Gaudi church.
104.
Film Geek (2006)
Scotty Pelk is a socially inept video store clerk with an encyclopedic knowledge of film. He runs a website, scottysfilmpage.com, which receives zero traffic. He annoys his customers. He annoys his co-workers. And when he is inevitably fired from his video store job, Scotty finds refuge in Niko, a d
105.
49 Up (2006)
In this seventh installment in his "Up" series, filmmaker revisits the subjects whom he has been tracking throughout their lives so as to compare the different lives that individuals lead. Every seven years his subjects are checked in on and chronicled. In this latest chapter, more life-changing dec
106.
Forgiving Dr. Mengele (2006)
Eva Mozes Kor and her twin sister, Miriam, were victims of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's cruel genetic experiments--an experience that would haunt them their entire lives. We follow Eva's metamorphosis from embittered survivor to tireless advocate for reconciliation. This unexpected transformation was
107.
Nowhere Man (2005)
When Conrad discovers a pornographic video featuring his fiancée, he calls the wedding off. But now, after an emotionally brutal week, an abused Jennifer has cut off Conrad's penis--and taken it with her for ransom. A doctor has advised Conrad that if found immediately, there is some hope for re-att
108.
Making Grace (2005)
A tale about a lesbian couple's quest to become mothers. Partners Ann and Leslie complement one another perfectly, with Ann's analytical and worrying nature balanced by Leslie's more instinctive and soothing demeanor. Together, they reveal the process that adds baby Grace to their family; from selec
109.
Go for Zucker (2005)
Two estranged brothers--one a hard-living former East German celebrity sportscaster now very much down-on-his luck, and the other, his quasi-Orthodox brother from the West--are awkwardly reunited when they learn that in order to share their mother's inheritance they will need to reconcile before bur
110.
Iceberg, L' (2005)
Fiona is the manager of a fast-food restaurant. She lives with her family in the suburbs. In a few words, Fiona is happy. Until one day Fiona gets accidentally locked into a walk-in fridge while closing up. She gets out in the morning, half frozen and barely alive, only to realize that her husband a
111.
Dreaming Lhasa (2005)
A young woman who has grown up in New York City returns to her roots in McLeod Gunj, Dharamsala, home to the exiled Dalai Lama, to make a film about about India's Tibetan community. Along with her assistant, a disaffected local youth, she meets an ex-monk who has escaped political imprisonment. Thei
112.
Mongolian Ping Pong (2005)
When Bilike finds an ordinary ping-pong ball floating in the creek, a series of charming adventures begins for the prepubescent Mongolian boy and his family and friends. Young Bilike has never seen a ping-pong ball before. He and his family live without electricity and running water in a solitary te
113.
One Bright Shining Moment (2005)
A chronicle retracing George McGovern's bold presidential campaign of 1972--a grassroots campaign that fought for peace and justice; a campaign that positioned ideas and people first; and, for a myriad of reasons, a campaign that was crushed in workman-like fashion by the Butcher from Whittier, Rich
114.
Grand Role, Le (2005)
Maurice, Sami, Simon, Elie and Edouard are still unknown actors despite being in their late thirties. But one day, Grinchenberg, the famous American director, comes to Paris looking for the lead role in his Yiddish adaptation of the Merchant of Venice. Maurice gets the part! It is the major breakth
115.
Aristide and the Endless Revolution (2005)
Examines the oft-suppressed story of the 2004 coup d'etat in Haiti. Only an hour south of Miami, the elected president of the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation, Jean Bertrand Aristide, has twice been forced from office with complicity of the international community.
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Of Love and Eggs (2005)
A censor-proof movie about a working-class community in Jakarta during the Lebaran holiday. Shot entirely in the studio, it recreates the tone, style and pastel hues of an Indonesian comedy from the heyday of the studio system. The large ensemble cast enacts a series of slight, interwoven storylines
117.
Goebbels Experiment, The (2005)
Germany, Nazi, Third Reich, propaganda
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Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures (2005)
In 1942, a German man goes to the North East of Brazil to sell aspirin. Johann fled Germany to escape the war and has been driving around the outbacks of Brazil for months. When he reaches a town, he sets up a movie projector and shows commercials for the revolutionary new medicine he's peddling: as
119.
Cafe Transit (2005)
An independent-minded widow bucks tradition to run her dead husband's truck stop cafe. In Reyhan's village, it is a tradition for widows to marry their brothers-in-law, who assume the burden of a second wife and their children. But Reyhan will have nothing to do with her late mate's lascivious broth
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Dam Street (2005)
A clumsy teenaged love affair gets Yun pregnant at the age of sixteen, and what at first is only a nuisance that she can't get rid of soon becomes a mortal sin hushed away. Yun has violated China's rigid morals and stigmatized herself for life. Away from prying doctors' eyes, her mother induces labo
121.
With God on Our Side: George W. Bush and the Rise of the Religious Right (2005)
Charts the rise of Christianity--focusing on evangelical leaders such as Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and Ralph Reed--in the American political climate over the past 45 years, culminating with the election of George W. Bush as president in 2000.
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Devil's Miner, The (2005)
14 year-old Basilio Vargas and his 12 year-old brother Bernardino work in the Bolivian silver mines of Cerro Rico, which date back to the sixteenth century. In this world, the devout Catholic miners sever their ties with God upon entering the mountain. It is an ancient belief that the devil, as re
123.
Sacred Stage (2005)
A portrait of the Mariinsky theater (also known as the Kirov) of St. Petersburg, which has somehow maintained its artistic excellence through war, revolution and the collapse of Communism.
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Iceberg, L' (2005)
Fiona is the manager of a fast-food restaurant. She lives with her family in the suburbs. In a few words, Fiona is happy. Until one day Fiona gets accidentally locked into a walk-in fridge while closing up. She gets out in the morning, half frozen and barely alive, only to realize that her husband a
125.
Persons of Interest (2004)
A chronicle that depicts the human cost of the U.S. Justice Department's campaign against Arab or Muslim immigrants during the post-9/11 frenzy to combat terrorism. While few question the need to undertake measures to protect national security, the sweeping detention, arbitrary arrests and confineme
126.
Brothers In Arms: The Story of the Crew of Patrol Craft Fast 94 (2004)
A study of the six-man team that patrolled the Mekong Delta in early 1969 on the 94. The team was led by a young John Kerry,the same man who would rise into a prominent political career and bid for presidency.
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Torremolinos 73 (2004)
An encyclopedia salesman named Alfredo Lopez and his lovely wife Carmen live in Franco's puritanical Spain of the early 1970s. One day Alfredo's boss at Montoya Publishers makes a unique proposition that will change their lives forever. He asks them to make their own amateur Super 8 erotic movies, w
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Secret Things (2004)
The story of two gorgeous young women who discover the power of sex as a tool to climb the social ladder. Sandrine and Natalie work at a strip club; Natalie performs an erotic act on stage while Sandrine serves drinks. After they are both fired, the two become roommates and Natalie begins training
129.
Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train (2004)
When Howard Zinn began teaching he realized that many things were missing in American history books, so he set out to fix the discrepancy. This chronicle documents the life of the historian activist and author of the best selling classic "A People's History of the United States," an eye-opening hist
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Hiding and Seeking (2004)
Recounts an emotional trip taken by a father and his adult Orthodox Jewish sons to Poland. To his sons, like many offspring of Holocaust survivors, Poland is a country whose people are anti-semitic beyond redemption. It is for this reason that the father intoduces his sons to Poles who personify the
131.
Electric Shadows (2004)
After leaving work, an easygoing film buff, on his way to the movies, is bludgeoned by a woman, with whom he ends up sharing a lot in common--specifically, an obsession with cinema.
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Monumental (2004)
From the moment David Brower first witnessed the extraordinary beauty of the Yosemite Valley, his life was tied to the fight to preserve the American wilds for future generations. Not since John Muir had an American fought so hard, or been more successful, in protecting our natural heritage. His fie
133.
Suspended Animation (2003)
Hollywood animator Tom Kempton gets lost during a trip in the hills of Northern Michigan, but finds shelter in an isolated cabin owned by a pair of sisters who have a penchant for cannibalism. What started out as a relaxing getaway, becomes a waking nightmare when Tom finds himself at the hands the
134.
S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine (2003)
After the 1970s Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia, two survivors of the notorious prison "S21" return to the site which is now a genocide museum. One of the survivors confronts the former captors who tortured him and they respond in various ways.
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Suspended Animation (2003)
Hollywood animator Tom Kempton gets lost during a trip in the hills of Northern Michigan, but finds shelter in an isolated cabin owned by a pair of sisters who have a penchant for cannibalism. What started out as a relaxing getaway, becomes a waking nightmare when Tom finds himself at the hands the
136.
Bright Leaves (2003)
North Carolina produces more tobacco than any other state in America. Here the filmmaker describes a journey taken across the social, economic, and psychological tobacco terrain of North Carolina by a native Carolinian, Ross McElwee, whose great-grandfather created the famous brand of tobacco known
137.
Venus Boyz (2003)
A legendary Drag King Night in New York is the point of departure for an odyssey to transgendered worlds where women become men - some for a night, others for their whole lives. What motivates them? What changes take place? What do they dream of? The drag kings of New York meet in clubs and change l
138.
Bonhoeffer (2003)
A chronicle which charts the dramatic life story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a young German theologian who offered one of the first clear voices of resistance to Adolf Hitler. Bonhoeffer openly challenged his Church to stand with the Jews in their time of need, and eventually joined his family in the pl
139.
Settlers, The (2003)
A portrait of life in the West Bank from the perspective of Israeli settlers, tracing the daily lives and routine of the Jewish population of Tel Rumeida, comprised of seven families and 43 children. In their relentless effort to preserve normalcy they ignore the surrounding political and military c
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Silent Waters (2003)
Set in 1979 in Pakistan, when General Zia-ul-Haq took control of the country and stoked the fires of Islamic nationalism. Ayesha, a Muslim woman who gets by on her late husband's pension and by teaching young girls the Koran, invests her hopes in her beloved son Saleem. But when Saleem takes up with
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Butterfly, The (2003)
Eight-year-old Elsa and her mom Isabelle, move in next to Julien, an ornery old entomologist with a lavish butterfly collection in his apartment. Her mother is hardly ever home, and Elsa soon grows attached to her neighbor. When Julien sets out on a weeklong hike in search of a rare and beautiful bu
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La Commune (Paris 1871) (2003)
Explores the seminal events surrounding the rise and fall of the 1871 Paris Commune. After the disastrous defeat suffered by the French in the Franco-Prussian War, a revolutionary fervour arose in Paris that shortly turned into civil war. As the monarchy of Napoleon III collapsed and a Government of
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Le Petite Lili (2003)
When the young and overly sensitive filmmaker Julien screens his new DV art-film starring his girlfriend Lili--a sexy young local girl--to his famous actress mother Mado, and her lover Brice, an accomplished film director, an unraveling of the delicate peace in their house begins. The graceful bea
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Last Dance (2002)
A chronicle which goes behind the scenes on a stormy collaboration between the iconoclastic dance company, Pilobolus, and legendary author-illustrator Maurice Sendak. Over months of improv work in the studio, they transform a haunting holocaust legacy into a disturbing theater piece. The documentary
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Seaside (2002)
A fashion photographer returns to his seaside village.
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Trials of Henry Kissinger, The (2002)
Part contemporary investigation and part historical inquiry, documentary follows the quest of one journalist in search of justice. The film focuses on Christopher Hitchens' charges against Henry Kissinger as a war criminal - allegations documented in Hitchens' book of the same title - based on his
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Embalmer, The (2002)
Peppino is a middle-aged, very short man and skilled taxidermist who supplements his meager living by doing work for the local Mafia. Diego, is a beautiful 20-year-old guy who's fed up with working as a waiter. And Deborah is a young girl who is unhappy with her looks, and her life in general. These
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Cool and Crazy on the Road (2002)
The 30 fishermen of the Berlevaag Male Choir tour the United States just weeks after the September 11 terrorist attacks. Encountering a nation in grief, the choir visits Ground Zero, where it stages a concert and meets with survivors.
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On Snow's Wavelength, Zoom Out (2002)
A portrait and overview of the artist Michael Snow, inverting the formalism of Snow's own work to reveal a playful approach to composition. In 1967, Snow won first prize at the prestigious experimental film festival at Knokke-le-Zoute for "Wavelength." Despite its apparent simplicity, "Wavelength" h
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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times (2002)
Whether Noam Chomsky, the MIT linguist and political philosopher, is "the most important intellectual alive," as the New York Times once famously called him, is open for debate. But without a doubt, Chomsky, now 73, is one of the most straight-talking and committed dissidents of our time. A steadfas
151.
Last Dance (2002)
A chronicle which goes behind the scenes on a stormy collaboration between the iconoclastic dance company, Pilobolus, and legendary author-illustrator Maurice Sendak. Over months of improv work in the studio, they transform a haunting holocaust legacy into a disturbing theater piece. The documentary
152.
Deserted Station, The (2002)
The story of a photographer, and his wife, a former schoolteacher, who are driving on a pilgrimage to Mashad from Tehran. When their car breaks down and they find themselves stranded in an ancient, crumbling village, the husband encounters the village's sole adult male and self-appointed guardian, w
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Fidel (2001)
A chronicle examining the political and social impact that controversial Cuban leader Fidel Castro has had upon the world, ever since the 1959 revolution, and spanning across all the years he has been in power. It also discusses his relationships with other Communist figures like Che Guevara and Ho
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Cuban Legend, A (2001)
Cuban priest, sculptor and world-renowned muralist Salvador Gonzalez Escalona is perhaps best known for transforming a Havana alleyway from a garbage-riddled path into a vibrant cultural and spiritual vortex. The Callejon de Hamel, located in the Cayo Hueso neighborhood of the Cuban capital, explode
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Fluffer, The (2001)
A story of obsession, submission, money and sexuality set in the sex industry. While riffing the porn industry, the dark tale is centered around three industry staffers: Johnny Rebel--a hot-blooded "gay for pay" porn star; Sean McInnis--the young naive kid who moves to L.A. to pursue a career in the
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Kira's Reason: A Love Story (2001)
Enjoying life in their mid-thirties, Kira and her husband Mads have a large house, a great car and two wonderful children. Their world is perfectly secure and comfortable, until Kira inexplicably develops a psychiatric disorder that eventually commits her to a hospital. Upon being discharged from th
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I'll Sing For You (2001)
In the early 1960s, Mali radio used to broadcast the melancholic voice of Boubacar Traore--better known as KarKar--who sang songs of love and independence. After Malian independence, however, KarKar disappeared from public life. This film, which reveals his fate, is ultimately a portrait of Mali, pa
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Cool and Crazy (2001)
About the 30 member Berlevag Male Choir, with an average age of 75.
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Etoiles: Dancers of the Paris Opera (2001)
A look inside the daunting and hierarchical universe of the Paris Opera Ballet. It's a world built around a demanding and total passion, where the notions of work and perfection are taken to their extremes. The chronicle celebrates the legacy of the Paris Opera Ballet by weaving together rehearsals
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Man Who Bought Mustique, The (2000)
In 1956 British entrepreneur Colin Tennant purchased the Caribbean island of Mustique for a small amount of money and developed it into a posh resort. Visited by numerous rock stars and royalty in the 1960s and 70s, Tennant eventually lost ownership and control of the island due to poor financial ha
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Aberdeen (2000)
An alcoholic father attempts to reconcile with his daughter.
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This is Not an Exit: The Fictional World of Bret Easton Ellis (2000)
Profiles Bret Easton Ellis, author of "American Psycho" and "Less Than Zero," by interweaving factual interviews with Ellis' friends and contemporaries with fictional dramatizations of his novels and short stories concerning the nihilism of the MTV generation's obsessions with glamour, drugs, fashio
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Fighter (2000)
A documentary about WWII survivors.
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Live Nude Girls UNITE! (2000)
Sex-workers at San Francisco's Lusty Lady strip club decide first to unionize and then go on strike in an effort to win better work conditions and end workplace discrimination. After months of struggle the union is successful and most of their demands are met, triggering a series of similar unionizi
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Merci Pour le Chocolat (2000)
A mystery set in the environs of Lausanne concerning several plots which wind their way through the elegant homesteads of a couple of well-heeled French-Swiss denizens. Mika is the couture-attired, oh-so-perfect head of Muller Chocolates--a company that manufactures Swiss chocolates. Andre is her su
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Secret Society (2000)
A comedy that looks at the life of Daisy, a young factory worker who is mocked and ridiculed because she is fat. Daisy is adored by her new husband Ken, who worships his wife just the way she is. So much so that when he finds himself unemployed, he is sure he can make a living selling his nude photo
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History Lessons (2000)
An exploration of lesbian images in film from 1896 to 1969, the year of the Stonewall uprising. It includes footage from newsreels, WWII educational films, stag films, melodramas and commercials, and shows both the negative images of medical, scientific and cultural texts, and more pleasurable momen
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Virgil Bliss (2000)
Set in modern day Brooklyn, Virgil Bliss is a man obsessed with living a normal life, finding a good job, marrying a decent woman, and building a family of his own. But as a recently paroled career thief with a hair-trigger temper and the social skills of a child, he faces distinct challenges. At th
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Gospel According to Philip K. Dick, The (2000)
About the science fiction author Philip K. Dick.
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Petits Freres (1999)
Spunky 13-year-old Talia makes her extreme displeasure known when her stepfather returns after an unexplained year-long absence. She suspects him of molesting her younger sister, but their mother is blinded by her mate's paycheck. So when her stepdad orders Talia to ditch her beloved dog, a docile p
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42 Up (1999)
Documentary that has been tracking a group of people every 7 years since they were born.
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And Baby Makes Two (1999)
The story of two women and the support group that anchors them. Debbie is a forty-three year old midwife. We Watch her story develop--from her pregnancy by a known donor, through the birth of her baby, and finally to the celebration of her son's first birthday. Jan, also forty-three, has a bumpier r
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Personals, The (1999)
Wu is a successful professional woman, approaching 30 and still single. She decides to place a personal ad advertising for a life partner and gets hundreds of replies. She meets each of these men - and a woman - in a local teahouse, but each seems to have some problem. But Wu herself is not everythi
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Homo Sapiens 1900 (1999)
Eugenics is now a dirty word, consigned to the dustbin of history. Its utopian scientific basis--the idea of adapting humanity to a social ideal through biology--became twisted into the racial hygiene of Nazi Germany and the automatons of Stalinist Russia. In the beginning, eugenics did quite a lot
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Kestrel's Eye (1999)
Two kestrels, European falcons, build a nest in a Swedish church steeple overlooking an idyllic village cemetery. We see the world from the birds' point of view, as they lay and hatch their eggs and raise their babies.
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Raise the Dead (1999)
Looks at faith-healers as they preach the Gospel in tents and storefronts throughout small towns of the American South.
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Homo Sapiens 1900 (1999)
Eugenics is now a dirty word, consigned to the dustbin of history. Its utopian scientific basis--the idea of adapting humanity to a social ideal through biology--became twisted into the racial hygiene of Nazi Germany and the automatons of Stalinist Russia. In the beginning, eugenics did quite a lot
178.
Gendernauts (1999)
A documentary about a group of gender cyborgs, who, with the aid of testosterone and surgical procedures, are traversing the expanse of gender from female to male in the San Francisco Bay area.
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Split Decision (1999)
Based on the life of Mexican boxer Jesus "El Matador" Chavez, who was deported from the states for a crime he committed as a youngster.
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Bedrooms & Hallways (1998)
Intending to spend his 30th birthday alone with a carton of Chinese take-out, lovelorn Leo is instead greeted by a surprise party which prompts him to re-think a former romantic liaison he shared with a man from his New Age group and to question the blurry distinctions between sexual identities when
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Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday (1998)
Ben works in a morgue, where he watches porn flicks to pass the time and occasionally indulges his necrophilic urges. When a beautiful yound overdose victim is brought in, he can't resist, except the woman isn't truly dead and she regains consciousness during his sexual assault. The woman, Teresa, f
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Pop (1998)
A record of a two-week road trip from Florida to New York City made Joel Meyerowitz and his unpredictable eighty-seven-year-old father Hy, who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
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Day Silence Died, The (1998)
The small town of Villaserena has no electricity, but plenty of drama. Many years ago Ruperto, the richest man in town, lost his wife to a handsome actor and was left with their illegitimate daughter Celeste. Though Celeste has now grown up into a beautiful young woman, Ruperto still holds a grudge
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Boy's Life 2 (1998)
In "Twilight of the Gods" Toa, a young Maori warrior nurses a European soldier who's been wounded and left for dead in the jungle. As Toa nurses him back to health, he succumbs to the overt sexual advances of the blond soldier. But their love affair ends--when a group of marauding soldiers kills Toa
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Like It Is (1998)
Set in the queer shenanigans of the British pop scene with its closeted all-boy teen bands, a love story which centers around Craig, a young bare knuckle boxer caught up in Blackpool's brutal underworld of illegal fighting. When he meets Matt, a flirtatious club-kid-turned-pop-producer, Craig finall
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Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer's End (1998)
A documentary on the beloved, late award-winning writer ("Borrowed Time," and "Becoming a Man") Paul Monette who, while fighting his own battle of survival with AIDS, became one of the ravaged voices for a generation of people afflicted with HIV.
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Mob Queen (1998)
Set in 1950's Brooklyn, small-time hood George is hoping to take the place of the don's assistant after the guy dies when crushed by a bunch of tuna-fish cans. Realizing that it's his boss's birthday, he and his sidekick Dip, as a gift to the don, procure the services from the new prosititute in to
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Wallowitch & Ross: This Moment (1998)
A portrait of entertainers Wallowitch and Ross, focussing on their respective talents for music and dance, and the love they have for one another. A musical double act for 30 years, the couple met when Ross was a principal dancer for Martha Graham and Wallowitch a gifted Juilliard student. Lovers as
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James Ellroy: Demon Dog of American Crime Fiction (1998)
A tour through contemporary American crime fiction novelist James Ellroy's Los Angeles--guided by the prince of L.A. noir himself. As he visits the scenes of infamous crimes of the 40s and 50s, he discusses his inspirations and impeccable research for his various novels such as "The Black Dahlia," "
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Arguing the World (1998)
A documentary focusing on four intellectual giants of the 20th century: Irving Howe, Daniel Bell, Nathan Glazer and Irving Kristol who passionately believe that ideas can change the world... especially their ideas. They have been fighting over those ideas since they sat together in City College cafe
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Wolves of Kromer, The (1998)
Once upon a time in the village of Kromer lived an isolated tribe of beautiful young men known as "wolves." Cocksure Gabriel takes newcomer Seth under his paw and helps reconcile him to the vilification associated with being a "wolf." They fall head-over-heels in puppy love, playing together around
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Quarry, The (1998)
An escaped criminal accepts a ride from a minister in the South African outback. The minister makes a pass at him, and the criminal accidentally kills him in the ensuing fight. After burying the body, the man completes the minister's journey, and takes on his identity at the remote outpost that was
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Didn't Do It For Love (1998)
A documentary following the Norwegian-born actress turned sex therapist Eva Norvind who went to Mexico in the 60's, leaving New York City, where she was studying, to become a sex pot in trashy, Mexican, exploitation films. After being deported, she returned to New York where, by 1987, she had starte
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Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America, A (1998)
The story of polio's rise to epidemic proportions in 1916 and its eventual eradication through vaccines in the 1950's. The documentary examines America's haunting fear of the disease it could not contain and tells the story of America's transcendence from that fear. The film crew traveled across Ame
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Bedrooms & Hallways (1998)
Intending to spend his 30th birthday alone with a carton of Chinese take-out, lovelorn Leo is instead greeted by a surprise party which prompts him to re-think a former romantic liaison he shared with a man from his New Age group and to question the blurry distinctions between sexual identities when
196.
Jew, The (1997)
In 18th century Portugal, Antonia da Silva was an admired playwright with a reputation comparable to Moliere. He was also a "converso," a Jew who had converted to Catholicism. When da Silva is accused of heresy (i.e. being still, secretly, a Jew), he denies the charges and seeks advice from the Cath
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Flushed (1997)
In the most intimate of spaces--his and her bathrooms of a downtown New York City Bar--naked truths, raw conversations, and amusing moments are discussed by both genders over the course of an evening.
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Winners, The (1997)
Documentary that focuses on four brilliant musicians who won the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels for classical piano and violin but went on to less-than-stellar careers.
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Mendel (1997)
Insistent on conveying the realities of the scars left by the Holocaust, not only on survivors, but on their apparently unscathed offspring, this drama describes how a family of Jewish immigrants leaves postwar Germany to settle in small-town Norway. The story follows a nine-year-old who strives to
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Pusher (1997)
Frank likes his job, beautiful women and the fast cars that go with it. One day, he is caught by the police while in possession of a bag of heroin. He's set free but the heroin's owner wants his money--suddenly Frank becomes a hunted man.
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Leila (1997)
Set in contemporary Iran, a story which examines the family pressure and guilt that arises when an affluent young couple discovers the wife, Leila, is infertile, Reza, Leila's husband, is so in love with her that he is not troubled by this news and insists he would be happy with her alone. However L
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Stolen Moments (1997)
A documentary on lesbian lifestyles in the Western World which combines stylized historical dramas with commentary on lesbian contemporary life.
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O Amor Natural (1997)
A celebration of the erotic poems of Brazil's Carls Drummond de Andrade. Combined with the elderly subjects' readings of the poems are the sharing of their thoughts, feelings and memories of their sex lives.
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Insomnia (1997)
A psychological crime thriller which follows a sleep-deprived homicide detective as he investigates the brutal murder of a teenage girl in Northern Norway. A second murder intensifies the pursuit and prompts the policeman to take some of the same risks as the man they are hunting.
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Watching Her Sleep (1996)
Girl sees girl, girl falls for girl, girl loses girl, all in the time it takes to wait on line in the supermarket.
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Excursion to the Bridge of Friendship (1996)
A Bulgarian folksinger asks Maria to sponsor her travel, but Maria's not sure if she wants a "Singing Slav" to disrupt her otherwise orderly life.
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Just Desserts (1996)
For a young woman growing up in an Italian Catholic family in Australia during the 1970s, all the milestones of her burgeoning womanhood are associated with food.
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Life Apart: Hasidism in America, A (1996)
A documentary that chronicles the complexity of Hasidic life that begins and ends with the spectacle of a ritualized wedding. Those who adhere to and those who stray from the life offered by Hasidic Orthodoxy share their stories in this account of Jewish religious life in America.
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Fire on the Mountain (1996)
During World War II, some of the earliest American ski enthusiasts convinced the U.S. War Department of the importance of creating a military division capable of scaling the high peaks of the Alps, and of fighting the Nazis in the harsh conditions of winter mountain terrains. These men eventually be
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Hamsun (1996)
Story of the 1920 Nobel Prize-winning novelist Knut Hamsun--best known for his novels "Hunger" (1890) and "Growth of the Soil (1917, for which he won the Nobel)--a Norwegian hero whose stature rivaled Dostoyevsky, but who shocked the world when he became the only major European artist to side with t
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Jumping the Gun (1996)
Casual sex turns into food for fantasy.
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Boyfriends (1996)
Three gay friends and their partners spend Easter weekend at a country cottage. Paul and Matt have been together for five years, but it's beginning to seem a lot longer. Couple two, Matt and Owen, have been dating for three months. Matt thinks he hears wedding bells, but he's in for a big surprise.
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Neurosia: 50 Years of Perversity (1996)
Infamous gay German filmmaker Rosa Von Praunheim is murdered on stage while hosting a tribute to himself. When both the murderer and the body disappear, tabloid journalist Gesine Ganzmann-Seipel is assigned to uncover the motive for the crime. The investigation recounts Von Praunheim's life and expl
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Peach (1996)
Another oppressively hot and noisey afternoon in Sal's tough neighbourhood explodes when she discovers unexpected desire and crosses the invisible line between merely seeing beauty and experiencing it.
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Little Women in Transit (1996)
Twelve-year-old Jennie is seated in the back seat of the wood-panelled station wagon, wedged between her two jeering sisters, enduring that special hell--the family car trip.
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Forgotten Silver (1996)
Serving as a satire on the recent spate of historical documentaries made to celebrate the centenary of cinema, this mock documentary deals with the career of a supposedly forgotten pioneer of international cinema -- New Zealand filmmaker Colin MacKenzie and his 3-hour silent epic "Salome."
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Carmelita Tropicana: Your Kunst Is Your Waffen (1996)
Latina performance artist Carmelita Tropicana gives a day-in-the-life account of her experiences as a lesbian living in New York's Lower East Side. The day begins with being mugged, and escalates into defending an abortion clinic with a militant feminist group, until she's arrested and put in jail,
218.
Krzysztof Kieslowski: I'm So-So... (1996)
A biographical portrait of celebrated Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski most noted for the following critically acclaimed, award-winning works: his 10-hour long series based on the ten commandments, "Decalogue" (Poland/1988); "The Double Life of Veronique" (Poland/France/1991); and his final ser
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Six O'Clock News (1996) as Production Company
A trip across America in search of the story behind televised disasters, including robberies, earthquakes, and hurricanes and the effect on the victims.
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Midnight Dancers (1995)
An erotically charged tale of three brothers who work as "macho" dancers and prostitutes in Manila's gay underworld. The youngest brother, Sonny, new to the club where his brothers work, learns the seductive macho dance and attracts many customers. But he and his brothers (one a family man with a ga
221.
Watermelon Woman, The (1995)
Cheryl, a twentysomething black lesbian, is struggling to make a documentary about a beautiful and elusive 1930s film actress, popularly known as the "Watermelon Woman." As Cheryl uncovers the meanings of the Watermelon Woman's life, she experiences a total upheaval in her personal life. She falls i
222.
Only the Brave (1995)
Alex and her best friend Vicki are both Greek-Australian; they hang out with a gang of party-girl pyromaniacs. Longing to escape the harsh chaos of her surroundings and to find the mother that abandoned her when she was a child, Alex plans to go to Sydney with Vicki. Amid the travails and the dismal
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Halfmoon (1995)
The damp sultriness of the Amazon and the dry heat of the Sahara, a honeymoon full of empty passion, a thieving bird which vanishes with a gold ring, a boy who sees with the eyes of a snake... HALFMOON takes three of Bowles' greatest (and strangest) short works and brings them intact to the screen.
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Achilles (1995)
The tale of the relationship between the great warrior Achilles and his young soldier lover, Patroclus.
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Champagne Safari (1995)
Charles Bedaux was born in France in 1886 and, after an unsuccessful career as a Montmartre pimp, emigrated to New York in 1905, emerging a decade later as a pioneering architect of industrial labor relations and efficiency processes for such giant U.S. manufacturers as General Electric, Campbell So
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Playing the Part (1995)
An angst-ridden, yet humorous, essay by a young lesbian filmmaker who depicts her attempts to juggle her happiness against her parents' expectations.
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Blush (1995)
In 1949, the new Communist regime is wiping out the ways of old China. Across the country, soldiers are shutting down red light districts and "re-educating" prostitutes as laborers. On the outskirts of Shanghai, in Suzhou, the girls from the Red Happiness Inn, a high class brothel, are rounded up. Q
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War Stories (Our Mothers Never Told Us) (1995)
Produced to coincide with the anniversary of the end of World War II, a study of seven New Zealand women who reminisce about the way they were affected by the conflict.
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Brothers in Trouble (1995)
Britain in the early 1960s, as seen through the eyes of a handful of "illegals" from Pakistan. Amir arrives in the U.K. in a crate of cabbages, settles into an overcrowded house with 17 other men in similar circumstances, and learns the ropes of earning money while laying low. When a lively Irish wo
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Heaven's a Drag (1994)
Queer things start to affect a young man's life when the ghost of his drag queen lover comes back to haunt him.
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Miguel, Ma Belle (1994)
When a couple breaks up after growing apart, the HIV-negative partner gives his former lover--who's now HIV-positive--a puppy in order to help his ex worry less about his positive status, and their pain of their break up.
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Death in Venice, CA (1994)
Based on Thomas Mann's novella "Death in Venice," this tragic parable about repression, obsession, and the peril of love tells of a despondent middle-aged writer who, while on summer vacation, is lured from his books by his sister-in-law's seductive son.
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Hello Photo (1994)
A poetic travel film about India.
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Sexual Life of the Belgians, The (1994)
Writer turned first-time director Jan Bucquoy presents an autobiographical comedy of a young boy's awakening into sexual maturity from one erotic misadventure to another. Like the early work of Woody Allen, Bucquoy skewers himself to no end as he stumbles through the furtive gropings of his teen yea
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My Polish Waiter (1994)
The story of Timith and his obsession with Balki, a silent and inscrutable Polish waiter.
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Dancer, The (1994)
Portrait of a rising ballet prodigy Katja Bjomer who now dances with the Amsterdam Opera House.
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Talking Trash (1994)
Salvaged bits of history, mixed together with personal stories, create a portrait of America's romance with "disposability" in this documentary which muses on the history of trash.
238.
Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider (1994)
Profile of the reclusive expatriate artist who speaks about his writing and music, his marriage to Jane Bowles, his use of drugs, Bertolucci's 1990 film version of "The Sheltering Sky" and his intriguing array of friends.
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Living Proof: HIV and the Pursuit of Happiness (1993)
A look at people from all walks of life who are living with HIV, including funny and upbeat commentaries about how their lives have changed since testing positive.
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Sex of the Stars (1993)
A 12-year-old girl must come to terms with her estranged father's transvestism.
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Black to the Promised Land (1993)
Eleven black teenagers from Brooklyn spend a summer on an Israeli kibbutz.
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Time Indefinite (1993)
Premise is similar to, though not as comic as, McElwee's previous film "Sherman's March" (USA/1986). McElwee documents his own life and those close to him as he explores the meaning of his marriage and the deaths of two family members.
243.
Strictly Propaganda (1993)
A compilation of government movies, newsreels and other materials from the former German Democratic Republic.
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Beyond the Sky (1993)
A twelve-year-old rebel spends an enchanted summer vacation with the only adult with whom she connects--her oddball teacher, Miss Kjaer, who is about to retire.
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Children of Fate: Life and Death in a Sicilian Family (1993)
A portrait encompassing three generations of one impoverished Sicilian family.
246.
Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg, The (1993)
Political activist, musician, sexual misfit and legendary writer Ginsberg re-defined poetry with his 1956 masterpiece "Howl." This documentary looks at Ginsberg's life and work and includes interviews with Ken Kesey, Norman Mailer, Joan Baez, William S. Burroughs and Timothy Leary.
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Cyberpunk (1993)
A documentary about the trends and manifestations of the new cyber-culture, including discussions with Sci-Fi/hacker-heros William Gibson and Michael Synergy.
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Green on Thursdays (1993)
A documentary profile of Chicago's lesbian and gay anti-violence movement.
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Friends (1993)
Relations among three woman--one Native, one Afrikaans, one English--in contemporary South Africa.
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Scenes From the Surreal (1993)
A look at director Jan Svankmajer's technique by James Marsh. Explores his magical surrealism, melding clay animation and live action and stop-animation techniques.
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Female Misbehaviour (1993)
Portrait of four individuals who push at the boundaries of female sexuality: an S&M enthusiast; a born-again porn star; the infamous author of "Sexual Personae"; and a punk lesbian poet turned heterosexual male.
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Speak Up! It's So Dark (1992)
A Jewish psychiatrist accidentally encounters a Nazi skinhead on a train who has just escaped the police.
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Prorva (1992)
Set in late 1930s Moscow, an aristocratic woman who's married to a member of Josef Stalin's secret police begins an affair with a baggage handler.
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Feed (1992)
Using footage culled from off-air satellite video feeds, the 1992 presidential candidates are shown as they prepare to go on the air while campaigning for the New Hampshire primary.
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Utz (1992)
Story about a reclusive Baron whose priceless porcelain collection mysteriously disappears after his death.
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Affengeil (1992)
A comic exploration of the ten-year relationship between actress Lotti Huber and filmmaker Rosa Von Praunheim.
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Execution Protocol, The (1992)
An examination of an American prison and three inmates on death row.
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Utz (1992)
Story about a reclusive Baron whose priceless porcelain collection mysteriously disappears after his death.
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Chico and the People (1992)
Saxophonist Chico Freeman performs in Tompkins Square Park.
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Rock Soup (1992)
When 23 families fight to keep their New York City building from being taken over by developers, they begin an urban battle involving politicians, police, media and the courts.
261.
Dreaming of Rita (1992)
An old widower decides to run away from home in a crazed search for the great love of his youth. His beautiful daughter, a discombobulated, disenchanted housewife, decides to drop everything and help her father rediscover his lost passion. But her inattentive husband, her wisecracking teenaged daugh
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Wax, or the Discovery of Television Among Bees (1992)
The bizarre story of Jacob Maker, weapons-guidance designer and beekeeper extraordinaire. When the bees drill a hole in Jacob's head and insert a television with supernatural images that control his will, Jacob enters into a hallucinatory, alternative reality.
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American Fabulous (1992)
A spontaneous monologue about his life is given by Jeffrey Strouth as he sits in the back seat of a black 1957 Cadillac.
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Banoo (1992)
A wealthy woman finds herself alone in her huge house when her husband leaves her. She takes in a homeless gardener and his wife in an attempt both to be charitable and to find new meaning in her life. Next, the gardener's daughter and her kids arrive and then an old man. Soon the house is full, and
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Morocco: Body and Soul (1992)
A series of 26-minute films, completed during 1987-1992, that take an in-depth look at Moroccan religious and secular music traditions.
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Passin' It On (1992)
Chronicle of the life of Dhoruba Bin Wahad, a former Black Panther leader who was unjustly imprisoned for the murder of two white New York City police officers.
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Blood in the Face (1991)
An examination of the growth of white supremacist organizations during the 1980s in the United States.
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Something To Do With the Wall (1991)
A documentary focusing on the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall in 1986, and its fall in 1989.
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God afton, Herr Wallenberg (1991)
Depicts Swedish diplomat and resistance worker Raoul Wallenberg's final three weeks in Budapest before his arrest by Russian troops in January 1945 and subsequent disappearance.
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Tecnicas de Duelo (1991)
A peaceful Andian town is awakened by the news of an upcoming duel, over a matter of honor, between two former best friends.
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Architecture Of Doom, The (1991)
An examination of the Nazi aesthetic; filmmaker Peter Cohen reasons that National Socialism embraced the concept of war as a way to cleanse the world, and thereby make it beautiful.
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Blood in the Face (1991)
An examination of the growth of white supremacist organizations during the 1980s in the United States.
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Izydi (1991)
Set in turn-of-the-century Russia, a thriving merchant attempts to lead a normal life, the face of rising anti-semitism, as head of the only Jewish family in a rural community.
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Hamoun (1991)
A story about intellectual confusion and disillusionment in which a man sends a copy of J.D. Salinger's, "Franny and Zooey" to his lover.
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Zombie and the Ghost Train (1991)
A young musician called Zombie wanders around aimlessly, from Helsinki to Istanbul, trying to find his place in the in a band--and in the world.
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Behind the Veil (1991)
An exploration of the history and achievements of women in the church.
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Ox, The (1991)
The true story of a man's betrayal of family and community during the severe drought of the 1860's in Sweden.
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My Father Is Coming (1991)
The assimilation of a lesbian German woman and her conservative father to New York's Lower East Side.
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G'Mar Giviya (1991)
A middle-aged, soccer-loving Israeli man is captured by Palestinian guerillas after being called up for army reserve duty during the Lebanon War.
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Red Bridge, The (1991) as Domestic Theatrical Distributor
A small town in Luxembourg copes with the popularity of its bridge as a tool for suicide.
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Lines of Fire (1990)
Expose of the ongoing civil war in Burma, which pits its military dictatorship against the rural population.
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Big Dis, The (1990)
A soldier from Long Island, New York returns home for a 3-day weekend and has trouble finding a good time.
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Company of Strangers, The (1990)
Eight elderly women are marooned in an abandoned country house after their bus breaks down.
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In the Shadow of the Stars (1990)
A documentary that takes a look at opera through the eyes of eleven San Francisco Opera choristers -- their stories, ambitions and views of the stars.
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Positive (1990)
The continuing AIDS crisis in New York City.
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Silence = Death (1990)
AIDS victims and activists cope with hardship and society's ignorance.
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Tong Tana - en Resa Till Borneos Inre (1990)
Explores the conflict between the Indian tribes living in the rainforests of Borneo and the loggers.
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H-2 Worker (1990)
An expose of the government-sponsored labor program bringing Jamaicans to Florida each year to harvest sugar cane.
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Desenchantee, La (1990)
Over a three day period and based on a dare from her boyfriend, a stunningly beautiful, 17-year-old, Beth, has different encounters with several different men of different age groups - a nerdy adolescent, a mysterious writer and knife enthusiast, and a retired, wealthy doctor who supports Beth's inv
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I, the Worst of All (1990)
Set in 17th-century Mexico during the Inquisition, this tragedy chronicles the true story of a rebellious, highly educated nun--writer/poet Sister Juana Ines de la Cruz (1651-1695)--who is persecuted for her radical ideas, after her mentors, the Spanish Viceroy and his wife, return to Europe.
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Death of Stalinism in Bohemia, The (1990) as Domestic Theatrical Distributor
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Marquis (1989)
The politically outspoken Marquis de Sade's imprisonment at the Bastille in 1789 leads to various intrigues.
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Suitors, The (1989)
A young Iranian woman fends for herself in America in spite of the wishes of her newfound friends after her husband is accidentally killed.
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Dance of Hope (1989)
Documentary on human rights in Chile.
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Used Innocence (1989)
A look at the life of a young Milwaukee woman serving a life sentence in prison for a murder she may not have committed.
299.
Tillbaka Till Ararat (1989)
Using archival footage, old photographs and interviews with survivors, the documentary tells the story of the slaughter of over one million Armenians in 1915.
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Terezin Diary (1989)
Accounts by adults who were child prisoners in Theresienstadt, a town near Prague converted by the Nazis into a "model camp" to convince the world of Hitler's benign intentions, but in reality a stopover for Jews en route to Auschwitz.
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Making "Do the Right Thing" (1989)
Documentary on the making of Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" (USA/1989).
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Machine Dreams (1988)
An examination of the advancement of technology and robotics as extensions of human desire and fear.
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Alice (1988)
Animated remake of "Alice in Wonderland."
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Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988)
Pet or Pest? Australians speak out on the ubiquitous amphibians that some nurture, while others play "connect the dots" - swerving to hit toad after toad on the road. Still others ingest a psychedelic toad "brew" as a recreational drug.
307.
Jumpin' Night in the Garden of Eden, A (1988)
Documentary exploring the origins of the instrumental dance music known as Klezmer.
308.
Hungry Feeling: The Life and Death of Brendan Behan, A (1988)
Explores the life of irresponsible, alcoholic, IRA activist and literary celebrity Brendan Behan, using interviews with family members and associates.
309.
Driving Me Crazy (1988)
A close-up look at the making of the black musical "Body and Soul".
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Jumpin' Night in the Garden of Eden, A (1988) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the origins of the instrumental dance music known as Klezmer.
312.
Anita--Dances Of Vice (1987)
An elderly woman, after claiming to be the famed nude dancer Anita Berber of 1920s Berlin and disrobing in public, is committed by authorities to a psychiatric hospital where scenes, perhaps imaginary, from her earlier life unfold.
315.
Heartstrings: Peter, Paul & Mary in Central America (1987)
Documentary chronicling a 1986 trip to El Salvador and Nicaragua by the folksinging trio Peter, Paul, and Mary.
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Fire From the Mountain (1987)
Film documents the triumph of the Sandinistas over the Somoza regime through the eyes of Nicaraguan author Omar Cabezas.
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Sherman's March (1986)
Ross McElwee documents his march, akin to Admiral Sherman's, from North Carolina through the South, in search of true romance.
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Hellfire: A Journey from Hiroshima (1986)
After the atomic blast in Hiroshima, Iri and Toshi Maruki began working on a series of paintings depicting the event that haunted them. The fifteen monumental works, known as the Hiroshima Murals, portray hope in the nuclear age, and have been seen by over ten million people all over the world.
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Super, The (1985)
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Kaddish (1985)
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28 Up (1985)
A group of people are interviewed every seven years starting at the age of seven through twenty-eight.
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Committed (1984)
rhe life of Frances Farmer.
330.
Good Fight: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade in the Spanish Civil War, The (1984)
40,000 international volunteers signed on to fight against Franco, Hitler and Mussolini in the Spanish Civil War. Of this fighting force, 3200 were Americans who were sent to Spain to combat the rise of Fascism. Fighting to uphold firmly held ideals, five years before the United States entered World
331.
Dreamland (1983)
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Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads (1983)
A lively and well-observed drama about the world of the corner barbershop and the numbers racket.
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Wild Style (1983)
The work of maverick tagger Zoro attracts the attention of an East Village art enthusiast who gives him a commission him to paint the stage for a huge rapper's convention. The film serves as a record of the beginning of hip-hop in the boroughs of New York and features pioneers of the genre including
336.
Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema Of Edwin S. Porter (1982)
A tribute to director Edwin S. Porter of "The Great Train Robbery" fame.
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Vortex (1982)
Detective Angela Power is engaged to solve the mysterious death of a dishonest Congressman, which leads to an investigation of multinational corporate espionage.
338.
Atomic Cafe, The (1982)
A compilation of films showing the US Government using "educational" propoganda to get Americans of the 1950's learn to stop worrying and love the bomb.
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Seventeen (1982)
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Soldier Girls (1981)
A documentary study of women in army life.
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Stations of the Elevated (1980)
The grafitti on New York's subway cars is seen as art in motion, set to the music of legendary jazz artist Charles Mingus.
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Trap Door, The (1980)
A young man is fired for having been a few minutes late several times over the course of a year. After a comically bizarre job-hunting ordeal, he winds up on the couch of a crazy psychiatrist who protests the conformity required by a society dominated by a military-industrial complex.
343.
The War at Home (1979)
Citizens of Madison, WI, launch a massive campaign against the Vietnam War.
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The War at Home (1979)
Citizens of Madison, WI, launch a massive campaign against the Vietnam War.
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Wobblies, The (1979)
"The Wobblies" was the nickname of the International Workers of the World, a rival of the American Federation of Labor during the early 20th century, but a smaller, less mainstream union. Membership included several minority groups who were fighting prejudice, and the group was frequently considered
346.
Cat and the Canary, The (1979)
When an elderly man dies, some of his relatives gather to hear the reading of the will. When it is read by his attorney, the old man lets it be known how much he despised and loathed his worthless kin. As a result, his will is structured in such a way as to set up a dogfight between his potential heirs as to who will collect his fortune. A remake of the 1939 Bob Hope classic, but with the comedic elements removed and the suspense heightened.
347.
Offenders, The (1979)
A "punk melodrama," shot on Super-8, originally shown in serial form at Max's Kansas City in New York.
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Letters to Dad (1978)
Individuals read portions of actual letters written to the Reverend Jim Jones in Johnstown, Guyana, in 1978.
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Black Box (1978)
A young man is without rational explanation kidnapped, flogged and stuck inside "the refrigerator," a 5-by-5 cube lined with sheet metal and containing heating and cooling elements and wired for screeching sound.
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Hester Street (1975)
A Russian immigrant brings over his wife only to realize they are now strangers.

Production Companies (special)

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Dita and the Family Business (2001) as Domestic Tv Distributor
The story of the family behind the legendary New York City Department store Bergdorf-Goodman. Through family home movies and archival footage, the film shows the origins of the family business along with the rise of the fashion industry in a long-gone New York City.
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Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest (1992) as Domestic Tv Distributor
A documentary focusing on the suit brought against the heavy metal band Judas Priest by the parents of a Nevada teenager who claim the band's lyrics incited him and a friend to attempt suicide.

Misc. Crew (special)

353.
But... Seriously (1994) as News Footage
A documentary reflecting on comedy's role as America's social conscience. Combines historical news footage with vintage concert and club footage to reflect the times when comedians served as social critics on such issues as homelessness, AIDS, the Los Angeles riots and the Gulf War.

Production Companies (short)

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Girl's Own Story, A (1984)
This short film that traces the story of three suburban teenage girls at the height of Beatlemania.
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Passionless Moments (1983)
This short film explores everyday awkward and embarrassing moments.
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An Exercise in Discipline: Peel (1982)
In this short film, a father disciplines his son after throwing orange peels out of the car window.

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