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|I Am the Ambassador||
I am the Ambassador is a ten-episode documentary series that depicts the life of the former U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark, Rufus Gifford. As an ambassador from the United States he works to continuously establish and maintain the relationship between the U.S. and Denmark, while also fighting for LGBT rights - an important cause for Rufus both professionally and personally.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 280 mins Color: Color
|I Can No Longer Hear The Guitar||
Release Year: 1991 Running Time: 98 mins Color: Color
|I Killed My Mother||
Focusing on the relationship between Hubert Minel (Xavier Dolan), a 16-year-old Quebecois living in suburban Montreal, and his single mother Chantale (Anne Dorval), I KILLED MY MOTHER beautifully captures the anxieties of a mother-son relationship.
Release Year: 2009 Running Time: 96 mins Color: Color and B&W
|I Remember Me||
Release Year: 2000 Running Time: 74 mins Color: Color
|The Iceman Cometh||
Considered the definitive film version of one of Eugene O'Neill's greatest plays, this simple tale of a birthday celebration at a saloon takes a devastating look at disillusionment and dashed hopes.
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 239 mins Color: Color
For Mohammed and Nour, nothing less than playing the world famous Cairo Opera Hall will do. It might take them a lifetime to get there but, as Mohammed will find out, some dreams are worth living for.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color
|If I Were You||
Madelyn (Marcia Gay Harden) is a successful, self-possessed, middle-aged businesswoman - until she finds out that her husband's late nights at work are actually intimate dinners with a sexy young aspiring actress, Lucy (Leonor Watling).
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 115 mins Color: Color
|The Image Book||
The new film by Jean-Luc Godard is an experience unlike any other and that won him a Special Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for, in the words of jury president Cate Blanchett, "continually striving to define and redefine what cinema can be."
Release Year: 2019 Running Time: 84 mins
Release Year: 2000 Running Time: 20 mins Color: B&W and Color
|In Another Country||
Legendary French actress Isabelle Huppert stars in a film from South Korean master Hong Sang-soo. In a triptych of overlapping stories, three different French women (a filmmaker, an adulterer and a divorce- Huppert, Huppert and...Huppert) visit a small Korean resort town and encounter a flirtatious director, a lovestruck lifeguard and far too much soju.
Release Year: 2012 Running Time: 89 mins Color: Color
|In Between Days||
Award winner at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, IN BETWEEN DAYS conveys "an extraordinary sense of intimacy" in depicting a young Korean immigrant's journey toward self-discovery.
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 82 mins Color: Color
Taught adaptation of David Storey's emotionally-charged family drama.
Release Year: 1975 Running Time: 130 mins Color: Color
|In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter||
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 75 mins Color: Color
|In The Image||
Palestinian women volunteers are given video cameras and record the brutality and human rights violations by Israelis that are a part of their daily lives.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 60 mins
|In the Mirror of Maya Deren||
Release Year: 2002 Running Time: 104 mins Color: Color and B&W
|In the Pit||
Juan Carlos Rulfo's In the Pit is a powerful documentary about the personal struggles behind the construction of a massive elevated freeway. With lyricisim and compassion, this Sundance Film Festival prize-winning film reveals the medieval nightmare underneath an ambitious utopian dream: Mexico City's Periferico Beltway, more than ten miles of elevated reinforced concrete, supported by massive towers, that has been planned to both soar above and link the city's densely gridlocked urban neighborhoods. But while the roadway is a spectacular miracle of modern architectural design, it comes with a human cost.
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 84 mins Color: Color
|InnSaei - the Power of Intuition||
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 78 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 7 mins Color: B&W
|Into Great Silence||
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 162 mins Color: Color
D.W. Griffith had a vision of the movies as the greatest spiritual force the world had ever known. Just one year after the huge success of THE BIRTH OF A NATION, he was emboldened to prove his faith in the new medium with the superproduction INTOLERANCE.
Release Year: 1916 Running Time: 197 mins Color: Tinted B&W
|Invitation to Dance||
Invitation to Dance is an eye-opening insider's account of disability in 21st century America. The film traces Simi Linton's personal growth as a disabled woman, and the larger historically significant developments around her over the past 40 years.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 86 mins Color: Color
A critically acclaimed theatrical release, Rasoulof's beautiful allegory takes place on an abandoned Iranian oil tanker whose Captain Nemat commands not only his ship, but also the floating community that has taken refuge on board.
Release Year: 2005 Running Time: 90 mins Color: Color
|The Iron Rose||
Two lovers have a tryst in a vacant tomb, only to find themselves trapped within the graves and crypts of the massive cemetery. One of cult director Jean Rollin’s most unconventional films, THE IRON ROSE vividly depicts the young couple’s steady descent into madness.
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 80 mins Color: Color
In this dreamlike fusion of documentary and fable, two young, impoverished Mayan lovers escape from their servitude on a remote Guatemalan coffee plantation and attempt to make their way to the United States.
Release Year: 2015 Running Time: 91 mins Color: Color