During the uprising to overthrow the Shah’s regime in Iran, protestors set fire to movie theatres to protest Western culture. Forty years later, four people decide to re-create the past by burning down a theatre.
Maria, Pinuccia, Lia, Katia and Antonella are five sisters who live in an apartment in Palermo. They make a living by renting doves for ceremonies. On a normal day at the beach, tragedy strucks.
The red moon threatens our existence on earth. Our only hope is the enigmatic Paul WR, the most talented astronaut of its generation. But few hours before the start of the mission, Paul disappears.
Five Years North is the coming-of-age story of Luis, an undocumented Guatemalan boy who just arrived alone in New York City. He struggles to work, study, and evade Judy – the Cuban-American ICE officer patrolling his neighborhood.
After losing a custody battle, perpetual teenager Wayne Stobierski steals his son away for one last father-son weekend to the city of their dreams – Milwaukee, Wisconsin. What’s supposed to be a light-hearted adventure soon transforms into a journey of profound redemption.
A psychopathic twelve-year-old girl in a small town in Nebraska recruits all the other children and goes on a bloody rampage, killing the corrupt adults and anyone else who opposes her. A bright high schooler who won’t go along with the plan is the town’s only hope of survival.
Pop culture writer and aspiring novelist Vanessa Sills lands the interview of a lifetime with the illustrious, elusive and reclusive mystery author Martin Clayborne in his quaint rural town only to realize her own aspirations, dreams and romantic life have taken a back seat along the way. When Vanessa returns home to Portland and a mysterious gift arrives from Martin, she then makes a surprise decision, and finally takes her own advice to “go boldly in the direction of your dreams and live the life you imagine.”
A 16 year old girl, bored with her own age group, becomes involved with an older man at a theater she passes.
Freshly hired as a labor nurse in a chemical factory, Nour discovers that small arrangements exist between management and her father, Slimane, the staff representative, and the company’s pivot. Lies about polluting discharges, hidden illnesses of employees, hidden accidents … Nour, little by little, no longer accepts the compromises of his father to preserve the image of the company. She decides to launch the alert.
Three soldiers moving through the Cuban jungle: combat exercises and camouflage techniques are practised, but the battle never arrives. The nature of their mission becomes an ever-greater mystery, echoing unanswered in the impassive natural surroundings.
This next chapter in the flagship Generation Iron film series explores the controversial world of professional natural bodybuilding by following top pros competing for the Natural Olympia title in a league dedicated to ensuring all competitors are free of performance enhancing drugs. With drug use evolving at a rapid pace across sports and entertainment, natural bodybuilding as a whole has been criticized and questioned. Can the league guarantee that these competitors are truly natural?
Set in a rough neighborhood of Istanbul, where hip-hop subculture has become the voice of the youth, When I’m Done Dying follows Fehmi, a 19-year-old aspiring rapper. Fehmi is addicted to bonzai, a cheap and deadly drug that jeopardizes his dreams of making a rap album. When Fehmi crosses paths with Devin, an affluent DJ, they fall hard for each other and find the inspiration they were lacking. But the flaming love of this unlikely duo soon becomes toxic. Fehmi’s rap dreams drift further away but he takes refuge in his passion for music and keeps chasing.
The Badger is the story of a 40-year-old woman called Soodeh Sharifzadegan who faces a strange incident, right before her second marriage.
Faced with a documentary film that included an interview with a young girl forced into prostitution, Michael Kranz asked himself the apparently banal question of “what can be done?” He travelled to Bangladesh and began to search for the girl. A film that is both self-critical and critical of society about the desire to at least do something and not to simply and passively give in to the injustices in this world.
Marcus has a checkered past, but unexpected news brings an opportunity for him to right old wrongs and make amends. He will have to face the consequences and overcome the greatest obstacle of all in order to find happiness: himself.
A headstrong orphan discovers a world of spells and potions while living with a selfish witch.
What is money? What are debts? What are the consequences of both? And how can images be found for them? In Oeconomia, Carmen Losmann undertakes a journey in the strategic heartlands of neoliberal policy.
A woman runs for her life though the streets of Los Angeles after her blind date suddenly turns violent.
Documentary about Don Letts who played a leading role in pop history. Letts injected Afro-Caribbean music into the early punk scene and shot over 300 music videos including for Public Image Ltd. and Bob Marley, but also for teen sensations Musical Youth’s reggae smash ‘Pass The Dutchie’. Besides his enduring relationship with The Clash, the constant factor in Letts’ eventful career as a DJ, manager, film director, musician and radio maker is that, from the 1970s on, he continued to draw attention to cultural issues, as he does today with his radio programme for BBC 6, Culture Clash Radio.
A young film director returns to Venezuela, inspired to make a film based on his father’s life in the Amazon jungle (La Fortaleza, Jorge Thielen Armand). He casts Father to play himself. What starts as an act of love and ambition — filmmaking to more deeply understand the self, and the other — spirals into a process which confronts Father’s struggles with addiction and his life devoid of his son. EL FATHER PLAYS HIMSELF holds a steady lens to the way the act of cinema unearths, binds, heals and destroys.
In the 12th special of the Habla documentary series, a group of actors, celebrities, advocates and activists discuss important issues that the U.S. Latino population is facing.
The best players from around the world are gathered to be Russell’s lab rats on his new game, anything could happen. Everyone has their eyes on the prize, which will give them a second chance at life. Greed will take over friendship, allies will become enemies and the unexpected will come with every move you make in this made-up world infested with dinosaurs. Only one can come up triumphant.
Denny, a free spirit and artist falls for Ryan, a straight laced lawyer. When Denny questions gender their love is tested.
Stand-up comedian Kate thinks her life has no meaning and is not worth continuing. When she’s diagnosed with breast cancer, even the universe seems to agree with her. However, a close encounter with death – and four other women on the chemo ward – might just change her mind and even her life.
When a suspicious death remains unsolved, three boys suspect a reclusive Indigenous man named Bobby (Kelton Pell) and relentlessly harass him until one of the trio breaks the toxic cycle to make amends.
An exotically beautiful Sotho actress, Kedibone Manamela, chooses to live her youth on the fast lane. Veiled from her loyal childhood boyfriend’s eyes, she bounces between being a good girl in the township and the ‘it’ girl on the high end of Johannesburg streets. A dark threat looms over the day when the news of Kedibone’s escapades reaches the young man.
Thomas is a meek man on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Despite his situation he decides to fake a work trip to go to Vallarta to confront Jero, a taxi driver who is sleeping with his wife.
It’s the 1980s and the world of professional surfing is a circus of fluorescent colors, peroxide hair and radical male egos. “Girls Can’t Surf” follows the journey of a band of renegade surfers who took on the male-dominated professional surfing world to achieve equality and change the sport forever. Featuring surfing greats Jodie Cooper, Frieda Zamba, Pauline Menczer, Lisa Andersen, Pam Burridge, Wendy Botha, Layne Beachley and more, “Girls Can’t Surf” is a wild ride of clashing personalities, sexism, adventure and heartbreak, with each woman fighting against the odds to make their dreams of competing a reality.
In the 1980s, and after the death of his mother, Sam is struggling with family, friends, school, and the most evil being he can imagine – The Bloody Man, who is unknowingly summoned and will stop at nothing to destroy everything Sam holds dear.
After the conniving understudy of an avant-garde theater group knocks off the star actor, he finds himself in a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse with INSPECTOR IKE, New York City’s Greatest Police Detective.
The final part of the film adaption of the erotic romance novel Gabriel’s Inferno written by an anonymous Canadian author under the pen name Sylvain Reynard.
A sheep farmer whose remote and quiet life is disturbed by the arrival of both his lover and his twin sister.
Carrie Lowstein and Hannah Rosen have been inseparable for as long as they can remember. When their former Hebrew school classmate, Samantha Goldstein, commits suicide, the two girls go to her funeral as well as the “Teen Talk-back” session designed to be an opportunity for them to understand grief through their faith. But, after an innocent kissing exercise turns Carrie’s world inside out, the best friends find themselves distracted by the teenage complications of lust, social status, and wavering faith.
In 1961, a 60 year old taxi driver stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the first (and remains the only) theft in the Gallery’s history. What happened next became the stuff of legend.
After the death of a young woman’s parents, Elaine goes to live with her eccentric Aunt Tilda whom she’s never met before in a quiet mountain town, Bloomfield.
A man is released from prison after 15 years. He reunites with his high school girlfriend, now a single mother of three. What follows is a lyrical take on love, regret and second chances.
The latest comedy special from everyone’s favorite unblinking raconteur, Randy Feltface, offers a rare glimpse behind the curtain of Randy’s 2019 missionary tour of Australia, intercutting between live performance and tour footage as Randy travels from town to town, spreading the message of a self-invented religion in an attempt to inspire collective belief and spiritual evolution.
After a man’s beloved dog passes, he embarks on a backpacking trip with his brother to bury his dog where he found him. Along the way they encounter a stranger on the run who turns their world upside down. The brothers must unite in order to survive and finish the mission.
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