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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Ice People (2009)
Four ardently driven geologists trek out into the vast expanse around the South Pole to spend the coming summer season in below-zero temperatures and constant sunlight, pursuing signs from a prehistoric past, the warm and lush Antarctica of millions of years ago. Two prominent professors and two und
2.
I'm Going Home (2001)
The routine of a doctor is shaken when he discovers his family has died in a car wreck.
3.
Fireworks (1997)
Detective Nishi has just lost his infant daughter and is about to lose his wife to a fatal illness. He is advised by the doctors to take her home so she can die in peace. Nishi also finds out his partner Horibe has been seriously wounded and may be confined to a wheelchair. Nishi visits Horibe who says that he would like to take up painting but cannot afford the hobby. Nishi borrows money from the yakuza to supply his friend with paint and to support a young policeman's widow whose husband was killed during an arrest. Haunted by the death surrounding him, Nishi carries out a plan to right the wrongs in his life. Having quit the police force, Nishi buys an old taxi, repaints it to resemble a police cruiser, and then single-handedly robs a bank. He promptly uses the money to repay the yakuza and to take his dying wife on a trip that will give her a taste of happiness.
4.
Maborosi (1995)
A young widow struggles to conquer her preoccupation with death.
5.
Spread the Word: The Persuasions Sing a Capella (1993)
A documentary profile of legendary soul group The Persuasions.
6.
Singing Sculpture, The (1993)
Record of Gilbert and George's performance piece "The Singing Sculpture" first performed in NYC in 1971 about misery and homelessness.
7.
Money Man (1993)
Film follows artist/"counterfeiter" J.S.G. Boggs as he tries to spend the dollar bills he draws while calling attention to the fact that he made them.
8.
Man Without a World, The (1991)
A portrait of Polish shtetl life in the 1920s, centering around a young poet and his various relationships, and dealing with love, death, madness, Zionism, socialism and modernism among other topical issues in the Eastern European Jewish communities of the time.
9.
Atlantis (1991)
Scenes of underwater flora and fauna set to music.
10.
Notebook on Cities and Clothes (1989)
Documentary on fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto.
11.
Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left For the East? (1989)
The film examines the physical and spiritual struggles of an old master, a young monk and an orphaned boy in a remote monastery in the mountains of Korea. As the master faces death, he must lead his disciples in resolving their memories of the outside world and point them toward spiritual freedom.
12.
China, My Sorrow (1989)
A young boy is banished to a "reeducation center" during China's Cultural Revolution.
13.
Two Friends (1986)
July 1985. 15-year-old Louise's divorced parents, Janet and Jim, are attending the wake of a teenage girl who has overdosed on drugs. Jim worries about their own daughter, but Janet reassures him that Louise is "all right." Jim asks if Louise's friend Kelly, "the sexy one," is also okay. Janet repli
14.
I Am Cuba (1964)
A study on the transition of Cuba to a post-revolutionary society.
15.
Mamma Roma (1962)
A streetwalker tries to save her son from a life of crime.
16.
The Wide Blue Road (1956)
A fisherman and his young sons fight the sea off the Dalmatian coast.

Production Companies (short)

17.
Bon Voyage (1944) as Domestic Theatrical Distributor
A downed British flyer is used by Nazi agents in World War II France.

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