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"Incandescent" portrayals by two Israeli actresses illuminate the plight of women within Orthodox Judaism today. Using superb cinematography, ethnic music, and authentic Jerusalem locations, Israel's best known filmmaker renders a heartbreaking chamber story of two sisters and their broken marriages. Hands down the most internationally acclaimed and popular film ever from Israel.
Release Year: 1999 Running Time: 117 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 1931 Running Time: 78 mins Color: B&W
May 1948, some days before the creation of the state of Israel. Upon arrival in Palestine, a boat of concentration camp survivors is confronted by hostile British soldiers. The hopeful emigrants have then to follow the Jewish forces to immediately take up arms against the Arabs.
Release Year: 2002 Running Time: 100 mins Color: Color
An anti-Semitic far-right politician's astonishing transformation after finding out he is Jewish.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 92 mins Color: Color
|Keep the Change||
Under the guise of an off-kilter New York romantic comedy, Keep the Change does something quite radical in offering a refreshingly honest portrait of a community seldom depicted on the big screen.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 93 mins Color: Color
A deft, often chilling look at the unexploded dynamite of guard/prisoner relations, The Keeper is a searing psychological drama stunningly acted by Giancarlo Esposito (Do the Right Thing, Fresh, Malcolm X), African superstar Isaach De Bankole (Night on Earth, Chocolat) and Regina Taylor (I'll Fly Away, A Family Thing). Like the best work of Charles Burnett and Spike Lee, Joe Brewster's film looks beyond the stylish mayhem of "hood" cinema.
Release Year: 1996 Running Time: 90 mins Color: Color
|Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect||
Pritzker Prize winning Irish-American architect Kevin Roche is an enigma. He reached the top of his profession, but had little interest in celebrity and eschews the label “Starchitect”. The film transcends the world of architecture to present a life-philosophy we can all aspire to.
Release Year: 2017 Running Time: 82 mins
In October 2003, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, former head of the Russian oil company Yukos, was arrested on charges of tax evasion and fraud. This documentary uncovers the story behind Khodorkovsky's arrest and subsequent conviction — the story of a man who has transformed from the wealthiest man in Russia into a martyr for the cause of political freedom and rule of law.
Release Year: 2011 Running Time: 111 mins Color: Color
|The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq||
Michel Houellebecq, possibly the most widely read living French writer, was believed kidnapped on September 16, 2011. But was he really? After a flurry of media reports of his abduction, the story goes cold and Houellebecq, famously reclusive, refuses to set the record straight. Now he goes one step further by starring as himself in a film that purports to tell the tale.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 96 mins Color: Color
|Kids for Cash||
Kids For Cash is a riveting look behind a notorious scandal that rocked the nation. In the wake of the shootings at Columbine High School, a small town in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania elected a charismatic judge who was hell-bent on keeping kids in line.
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 104 mins Color: Color
NEW RESTORATION! In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, the Dr. Eswai is called by Inspector Kruger to a small village to perform an autopsy on a woman who has died under suspicious circumstances. Despite help from Ruth, the village witch, Kruger is killed and it is revealed that the dead woman, as well as other villagers, have been killed by the ghost of Melissa, a young girl who, fed by the hatred of her grieving mother, Baroness Graps, exacts her revenge on them. Dr. Eswai, along with Monica, a local nurse, are lured into a fateful confrontation at the Villa Graps...
Release Year: 1966 Running Time: 85 mins Color: Color
|Kills on Wheels||
In this wildly original action-comedy – Hungary’s official submission to the 89th Academy Awards® – two teenaged boys living with disabilities find escape from their humdrum lives when they’re enlisted by a gruff ex-con to be his accomplices… as wheelchair hit men!
Release Year: 2017 Running Time: 105 mins Color: Color
|Kimjongilia: The Flower of Kim Jong Il||
The first film to fully expose the humanitarian crisis of North Korea, this stylish, deeply moving documentary is centered around astonishing interviews with survivors of North Korea's vast and largely hidden prison camps, and interspersed with archival footage of North Korean propaganda films and original art performances.
Release Year: 2009 Running Time: 74 mins Color: Color
A rare foray into filmmaking by one of Russia's acclaimed poets, this semi-autobiographical story follows the adventures of a young boy who, violin in hand, wanders through Europe during World War II. Starring Klaus Maria Brandauer.
Release Year: 1984 Running Time: 143 mins Color: Color
|The Kindergarten Teacher||
Nadav Lapid's The Kindergarten Teacher is the story of a teacher who becomes at first enchanted, and then ultimately consumed by the poetic genius of her five-year-old student. As the titular protagonist, Nira, discovers that her young student, Yoav, has an otherworldly talent for language and poetry, she slowly and progressively becomes interested in cultivating the boy's gift. But when fascination morphs into obsession, Nira pushes the boundaries of her relationship with the boy and his family in an attempt to protect his talent before he passes from boyhood to adolescence, and his purity is lost.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 119 mins Color: Color
|King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis||
King: A Filmed Record...from Montgomery to Memphis is the landmark 3-hr documentary that chronicles the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., from the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement in Montgomery, Alabama, and culminating with his assassination in Memphis in 1968. Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature.
Release Year: 1970 Running Time: 185 mins Color: B&W
Acclaimed filmmaker Amos Gitai's semi-autobiographical account of the 1973 Yom Kippur war from the point of view of a young soldier. Kippur is not a traditional "blood, guts and glory" war film. There are no men in battle, only the rescue crews trying to pick up the broken pieces. Kippur is the shell-shocked memoir of the director Gitai, himself a participant in the conflict, and of the days that changed his life forever.
Release Year: 2000 Running Time: 123 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 2012 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color
In this passionate WWII drama, a tightly-knit family of Gypsies journeys through occupied France, trying to avoid the violent Vichy patrols. Directed with wit and vigor by Tony Gatlif (Latcho Drom), Korkoro unearths the hidden story of the Romany people's joys and struggles during the war.
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 111 mins Color: Color
The sequel to the epic Siegfried, in which Kriemhild avenges the death of Siegfried with the aid of Atilla the Hun and his marauders. Lang's fascination with mob violence and the psychology of vengeance finds early expression here, later figuring heavily in his films M and The Big Heat. Kriehheld's Revenge is newly mastered from original German archive material.
Release Year: 1924 Running Time: 148 mins Color: B&W
|Kristina Talking Pictures||
Yvonne Rainer continued her preoccupation with the contradictions between public and private personas with this story of a female lion tamer from Budapest who comes to New York to become a choreographer.
Release Year: 1976 Running Time: 90 mins Color: Color
A provocative social experiment-turned-documentary, KUMARE follows American filmmaker Vikram Gandhi as he transforms himself into a wise Indian guru, hoping to prove the absurdity of blind faith.
Release Year: 2011 Running Time: 84 mins Color: Color