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The brilliant work, personal struggles, and cultural impact of iconic American writers Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams explodes onto the screen in this innovative dual-portrait documentary. Filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland masterfully collages a wealth of archival material, including dishy... More
Daniel Kremer’s OVERWHELM THE SKY is an epic odyssey of a spiritually shell-shocked man searching for answers in a world of loners, mourners, kooks, seducers, deceivers, and sleepwalkers. The San Francisco Chronicle aptly describes it as “part noir, part epic journey from inner mind to outer... More
Who Will Start Another Fire is a collection of nine films by emerging filmmakers from underrepresented communities around the world, presented by the new distribution initiative Dedza Films. Each of these stories is personal and distinctly told, but unified by themes of rebirth and growth. These... More
Shot in secret and smuggled out of Iran, THERE IS NO EVIL is an anthology film comprising four moral tales about men faced with a simple yet unthinkable choice – to follow orders to enforce the death penalty, or resist and risk everything. Whatever they decide, it will directly or indirectly... More
An African immigrant struggles to make a new life for himself in the big city in director-co-writer Burhan Qurbani's (We Are Young. We Are Strong.) audacious, neon-lit reinterpretation of Alfred Döblin's 1929 novel. After surviving his perilous journey, Francis vows to be a good man, but he soon... More
Unsatisfied with his place in New York’s art scene, Artist Peter Bjorn relocates to Berlin in search of change. Meanwhile in a remote Polish village, Alicia prepares to become a nun but, feeling home in nature, her reveries continually distract her from her religious path. When Peter’s... More
Jessica Lange (Tootsie), Joan Allen (Nixon) and Kathy Bates (Misery) hit the road in BONNEVILLE, a story about three friends who “come of age” for a second time on a trip across the great American West. Faced with the decision of a lifetime, Arvilla Holden (Lange) loads up her 1966 Bonneville... More
This illuminating documentary explores the life of a unique American artist, a man with a remarkable and unlikely biography. Bill Traylor was born into slavery in 1853 on a cotton plantation in rural Alabama. After the Civil War, Traylor continued to farm the land as a sharecropper until the late... More
Based on the best-selling book by Naoki Higashida, later translated into English by author David Mitchell (Cloud Atlas), The Reason I Jump is an immersive cinematic exploration of neurodiversity through the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people from around the world. The film blends Higashida'... More
Addressing climate change is the existential question of our time, but climate change and bio-diversity loss are two sides to the same coin. THE LAND OF AZABA is the first feature documentary on the subject of ecological restoration, and it is set in one of the world’s first “hot spots” for... More
LUST FOR GOLD: A RACE AGAINST TIME is a true story is about obsession, greed, and the hunt for gold. Boyhood dreams of treasure lead to a lifelong search when a retired missile scientist makes a monumental discovery and tempts fate for fortune as he hatches a secret plan to prove his claim. With hi... More
Winner of awards at Tribeca and Vancouver, MY WONDERFUL WANDA is a delightful satire of the haves and the have-nots set against the backdrop of a gorgeous lakeside villa in Switzerland. At the story’s center is Wanda (Agnieszka Grochowska) a Polish caretaker who has left her own small children in... More
Adapted from a 1909 novel by Jack London yet set in a provocatively unspecified moment in Italy’s history, Martin Eden is a passionate and enthralling narrative fresco in the tradition of the great Italian classics. Martin (played by the marvelously committed Luca Marinelli) is a self-taught... More
Epicentro is an immersive and metaphorical portrait of post-colonial, "utopian" Cuba, where the 1898 explosion of the U.S.S. Maine still resonates. This Big Bang ended Spanish colonial dominance in the Americas and ushered in the era of the American Empire. At the same time and place, a powerful... More
A month after receiving a fatal diagnosis in January 2015, Oliver Sacks sat down for a series of filmed interviews in his apartment in New York City. For eighty hours, surrounded by family, friends, and notebooks from six decades of thinking and writing about the brain, he talked about his life and... More
New on Home Video
Fred Hill and his wife Emily lead a boring existence in the London suburbs. When the Hills come into an inheritance from a wealthy uncle, Fred quits his mundane job and they embark on a world cruise... More
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Coming to Home Video
- Dancing with Crime and The Green Cockatoo Blu-ray (1/25/22)
RT' @KLStudioClassic': Coming Soon on Blu-ray & DVD! Grand Slam (1967) Starring Janet Leigh, Edward G. Robinson, Klaus Kinski, Adolfo Celi,…
RT' @Glenn__Kenny': I hadn’t looked at “Diva” for a long time before viewing the lovely' @KinoLorber' Blu this evening, and it was easy to reme…
RT' @GeekVibesNation': Kino Classics Reveals February Lineup Including 4K UHD Debut Of ‘Some Like It Hot’, Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman & More htt…
RT' @willmckinley': Live from (my apartment in) New York...it's HOT SATURDAY (1932) on' @KinoLorber' Blu-ray!' https://t.co/qXNfF9Ox51'
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*Restored by the Hungarian National Film Archive. Also coming to Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD in April.
"This is essential viewing." (Martin Scorsese) Six of Miklós Jancsó’s films restored by the Hungarian will be rel…' https://t.co/Nm9vNbw3tE'
RT' @kino_cult': Twelve-year-old Jamie lures his unsuspecting tormentors one by one to a forest pit that he has discovered, so that they can…
“Dumont surprises us once again, with an astute take on the role of the media in our complicated world where trust…' https://t.co/XhYY6vifAH'