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This observational documentary follows the men behind the Super-PACs that persuaded Dr Ben Carson to run for President.

Believing Carson can save the Republican Party, they successfully draft him to run, raise millions of dollars and catapult him to the top of the polls.

However, as Carson’s political inexperience begins to show, his constant media gaffes make fundraising increasingly difficult. Donors and voters abandon Carson’s campaign as wallets close, hearts open and faith is tested.

As Trump inexplicably rises, the campaign descends into chaos and the PACmen begin to wonder… did they pick the wrong savior?

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 83 mins 

Pandora's Box

Pandora's Box is the bitter saga of Lulu, the amoral German vamp who wanders through a decadent Berlin, innocently destroying everyone she meets. After two years of playing sweet ingenues in Hollywood, Brooks went to Germany and became a star with her startling performance in this legendary film.

Release Year: 1928  Running Time: 110 mins  Color: B&W 

Papa's Delicate Condition

Comedy legend Jackie Gleason (TV’s The Honeymooners) stars in this warm-hearted look back at one family's larger-than-life father. Set at the start of the 20th century, Gleason plays Jack Griffith, a gregarious railroad man whose love for his family is rivaled only by his love for the bottle.

Release Year: 1963  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

Paradjanov: A Requiem

An absorbing portrait of one of the most colorful and revered figures in world cinema, Paradjanov: A Requiem offers an affectionate and insightful look at the tumultuous career of the late Sergei Paradjanov; artist, dissident, romantic and iconoclast.

Release Year: 1994  Running Time: 57 mins  Color: Color 

Parasite 3D

In the future, cities are ravaged by atomic fallout and controlled by evil corporations that have developed a mutant pair of flesh-eating parasites. One is feeding inside the man who created it. The other has escaped.

Release Year: 1982  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

A Paris Education

Shooting in timeless black and white and interweaving references to philosophy, music, and cinema, unsung auteur Jean Paul Civeyrac’s story of a young cinephile who moves to Paris for film school is an ode to the creative process and the heady days of student life.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 136 mins  Color: B&W 

Paris Was a Woman

Release Year: 1996  Running Time: 75 mins  Color: Color and B&W 


The Roman life and the imaginary worlds of Pier Paolo Pasolini intermingle in Abel Ferrara’s retelling of the final days in the life of the fifty-year-old filmmaker and writer (played by Willem Dafoe), in a lovely, haunting film that draws on his last interview and envisages scenes from an unmade final film and his incomplete novel, Petrolio.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 84 mins  Color: Color 

Patch Town

Inspired by the award-winning short film of the same name, PATCH TOWN tells the story of Jon (Rob Ramsay), who has lived a sad life as an oppressed worker at a factory where hundreds of cabbage babies are born.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Paul Goodman Changed My Life

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 89 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Paul Verhoeven's Tricked

Part behind-the-scenes documentary, part narrative feature, PAUL VERHOEVEN'S TRICKED is the result of an ambitious experiment in filmmaking. Director Paul Verhoeven (Basic Instinct, Total Recall) shoots four minutes of the film Tricked, and crowd-sources the remainder of the script. With a brisk pace and exhilarating zigzag of a plot, Tricked is a cliffhanger character drama that takes Verhoeven himself by surprise.

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 89 mins  Color: Color 


The daughter of an eminent left-wing judge, suspends her legal education and the prospects of a promising political career to travel to an indigenous community of extreme poverty on Argentina’s border with Paraguay and Brazil. Paulina‘s unfathomable actions, and the limits of social justice, are examined unflinchingly in this ‘social thriller’ of will and sacrifice.

Release Year: 2015  Running Time: 103 mins  Color: Color 


Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 86 mins  Color: Color 

The Pearl Button

The ocean contains the history of all humanity. The sea holds the voices of the Earth and those that come from outer space. Water receives impetus from the stars and transmits it to living creatures. Water, the longest border in Chile, also holds the secret of a mysterious button that was discovered in its seabed. Chile, with its 2,670 miles of coastline, the largest archipelago in the world, presents a supernatural landscape. In it are volcanoes, mountains and glaciers. In it are the voices of the Patagonian indigenous people, of the first English sailors and also those of its political prisoners. Some say that water has memory. This film shows that it also has a voice.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 82 mins  Color: Color 


A gritty artifact from Britain's 1970s counter-culture, PERMISSIVE is a tragically moving account of a young woman's initiation into the world of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.

Release Year: 1970  Running Time: 90 mins  Color: Color 

Personal Problems

This entirely African American-conceived and produced ensemble drama is the result of a collaboration of a pair of pioneering Black artists: writer Ishmael Reed and filmmaker Bill Gunn, who wrote and directed the underground classic Ganja & Hess and wrote the screenplay for Hal Ashby's The Landlord

Release Year: 1980  Running Time: 165 mins 

The Pervert's Guide to Ideology

Release Year: 2013  Running Time: 136 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Peter Pan

Herbert Brenon (Beau Geste) directed, James Wong Howe (The Thin Man) was cinematographer, Ernest Torrence (Tol'able David) made a gorgeously robust Captian Hook, and Anna May Wong was Tiger Lily. This 1924 film of James M. Barrie's timeless play retains all its period charm.

Release Year: 1924  Running Time: 102 mins  Color: Tinted B&W 

La Petite Jerusalem

Winner of the script prize at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival, Karin Albou's La Petite Jerusalem pits intimacy against sex and ideology against divinity, "with candor, sympathy and excellent cinematography," (Nathan Lee, The New York Times). Offering an unusual glimpse into an unseen, cloistered world, the film sensitively lays bare the souls and passions of two sisters in search of sexual and spiritual identity.

Release Year: 2005  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

The Phantom Museum

Release Year: 2003  Running Time: 12 mins  Color: B&W and Color 

The Phantom of the Opera (Restored Version)

This edition presents the 1929 theatrical version, restored from archival 35mm elements by Film Preservation Associates. It is highlighted by the Technicolor Bal Masque sequence (in which the Phantom interrupts the revelry wearing the scarlet robes of the Red Death), as well as meticulously hand-colored sequences (replicating the Handschiegl Color Process). The film is presented at two different historically-accurate projection speeds, each with two different soundtrack options. Also included is the 1925 theatrical version, which survives only in poor-quality prints, but contains scenes that were removed from the 1929 release version.

Release Year: 1925  Running Time: 78 mins  Color: B&W 

Philadelphia, Here I Come!

The American Film Theatre's Philadelphia, Here I Come! presents an ingenious glimpse into the stock-taking of young Gareth "Gar" O'Donnell on the eve of his emigration to America.

Release Year: 1975  Running Time: 95 mins  Color: Color 

Philippe Garrel x 2

Release Year: 1989  Color: Color / B&W 


The phobia-ridden patients undergoing a unique therapy treatment with Dr. Peter Ross now face a new terror—murder! One by one they’re being killed off, and the finger points to… everyone!

Release Year: 1980  Running Time: 91 mins  Color: Color 

The Pied Piper

The great Jacques Demy (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) directed this masterful retelling of the classic children's tale. Set in the Middle Ages, the divided town of Hamelin tries in vain to rid itself of the Black Plague.

Release Year: 1972  Running Time: 86 mins  Color: Color 

Pioneers of African-American Cinema

A monumental collection of historically vital films, digitally mastered in HD using archival elements. This collection of the works of America's legendary first African-American filmmakers is the only one of its kind with no fewer than a dozen feature-length films and nearly twice as many shorts and rare fragments. Subject matter includes race issues that went unaddressed by Hollywood for decades. 

Release Year: 2015  Running Time: 952 mins  Color: B&W & Color 

Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

This important collection of new 2K and 4K restorations shines a light on the contributions of women filmmakers in shaping the language of early cinema. Includes work by Lois Weber, Alice Guy-Blaché, and Zora Neale Hurston. Produced in collaboration with the Library of Congress.

Release Year: 2018 


Release Year: 1971  Running Time: 84 mins  Color: Color 

The Pit

New 2K restoration! Twelve-year old Jamie is one creepy kid. He has a perverse obsession with sex, his only friend is an evil teddy bear, and he’s the only one who knows about the hole in the forest where he feeds raw meat to a ravenous pack of mutant troglodytes.

Release Year: 1981  Running Time: 96 mins  Color: Color 

A Place Called Chiapas

Release Year: 1998  Running Time: 93 mins  Color: Color 

Planet of the Vampires

A band of space travelers has just intercepted a distress call from a distant world! Is it a desperate cry for help... or something far more sinister? After landing on the shadowy planet, the crew is attacked by a horde of disembodied aliens with a diabolical plan: to conquer the universe by controlling the crew's minds and stealing their souls-proving that even in outer space, possession is 9/10 of the law! Directed by horror legend Mario Bava (Black Sunday, Black Sabbath).

Release Year: 1965  Running Time: 86 mins  Color: Color 


A sixty-something woman, faced with a crippling medical diagnosis and the discovery of a heinous family crime, finds strength and purpose when she enrolls in a poetry class. Lee Chang-dong's follow-up to his acclaimed Secret Sunshine is a masterful study of the subtle empowerment — and moral compass — of an elderly woman.

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 139 mins  Color: Color 


Release Year: 1991  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Poisoned by Polonium

The Litvinenko File exposes the truth behind a crime that shocked the world and provoked a war of words between Russia and England that continues to this day.

Release Year: 2007  Running Time: 105 mins  Color: Color 

Pop Aye

A successful Bangkok architect in the midst of a midlife crisis is reunited with an elephant he knew growing up. The two embark on a road trip to the man's childhood home in the idyllic Thai countryside in Kirsten Tan’s feature debut, which won prizes (and hearts) at the Sundance and Rotterdam Film Festivals.

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 102 mins  Color: Color 


An American loner (Anton Yelchin) and a French student (Lucie Lucas) experience a night of carefree intimacy in the ancient Portuguese city of Porto. This romantic encounter is viewed from years later, both characters still haunted by the powerful connection they shared.

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 75 mins  Color: Color 

Post Mortem

The second part of director Pablo Larrain's celebrated trilogy about Chile during the dictatorial reign of Augusto Pinochet, POST MORTEM is a "grim, intense, mordantly comic little film" (A.O. Scott, New York Times) about a civil servant transformed by the 1973 military coup.

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

The President's Last Bang

Imaginatively recreating the 1979 assassination of South Korean President Park Chung-hee, writer-director Im Sang-soo dares to make complex, realistically neurotic characters out of the most polarizing figures in modern Korean political history.

Release Year: 2005  Running Time: 104 mins  Color: Color 

The Price of Everything

Exploring the labyrinth of the contemporary art world, The Price of Everything examines the role of art and artistic passion in today’s money-driven, consumer-based society. Featuring collectors, dealers, auctioneers and a rich range of artists, from current market darlings Jeff Koons, Gerhard Richter and Njideka Akunyili Crosby, to one-time art star Larry Poons, the film exposes deep contradictions as it holds a mirror up to contemporary values and times, coaxing out the dynamics at play in pricing the priceless.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

Priest of Love

In his first starring role, Sir Ian McKellen gives a sensational performance as D.H. Lawrence, working alongside Hollywood legend Ava Gardner and director Christopher Miles. PRIEST OF LOVE provides a beautifully shot portrait of one of the great artists of the 20th century.

Release Year: 1981  Running Time: 99 mins  Color: Color 

Primitive London

An outrageous jolt of British exploitation, PRIMITIVE?LONDON (1965) is an exposé of the hidden desires and bizarre vices that percolate behind the exterior of English life.

Release Year: 1965  Running Time: 87 mins  Color: Color 

Princess Tam Tam

An ingenious shepherdess is transformed into a bogus Indian princess of a capricious French aristocrat. This charming Continental comedy follows both the myth of Pygmalion and La Baker's own rise as an expatriate celebrity.

Release Year: 1935  Running Time: 77 mins  Color: B&W 

Private Practices: The Story of a Sex Surrogate

Release Year: 1985  Running Time: 75 mins  Color: Color 


Yvonne Rainer's sixth feature is a genuinely subversive movie about menopause. Out of a subject that has been virtually invisible on film, Rainer has fashioned a witty, risky work about sexual identity and the unequal economies of race, gender and class.

Release Year: 1990  Running Time: 103 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Le Professionnel aka The Professional

French super-spy Joss Beaumont is a top agent sent on a mission to assassinate a foreign dictator. But when the political winds change, and Beaumont is double-crossed by his own government, revenge becomes the name of the game.

Release Year: 1981  Running Time: 108 mins  Color: Color 

The Psychopath

With a serial killer on the loose, Police Inspector Halloway (Patrick Wymark, Where Eagles Dare, Repulsion) investigates a pattern of grisly murders whose perpetrator leaves a small doll by the body of each victim.

Release Year: 1966  Running Time: 82 mins  Color: Color 

Psychopathia Sexualis (Unrated Director's Cut)

A dreamlike depiction of turn-of-the-century sexual deviance, from the pages of Richard von Krafft-Ebing's notorious medical text.

Release Year: 2006  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

Putin's Kiss

PUTIN'S KISS portrays contemporary life in Russia through the story of Masha, a 19 year-old girl who is a member of Nashi, a political youth organization connected with the Kremlin. Extremely ambitious, the young Masha quickly rises to the top of Nashi, but begins to question her involvement when a dissident journalist whom she has befriended is savagely attacked.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

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