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Winner of Critic's Prize at the Berlin Film Festival 2012, Tabu is the exquisitely surreal two-part tale of Aurora, who upon her death-bed will make a mysterious request to see a man no one had ever heard of, transporting us to the foothills of 1960s Africa in order to tell a story that occurred fifty years ago - the story of an irrational taboo and its extravagant consequences. Shot in lush black & white 16mm and 35mm.
Release Year: 2012 Running Time: 118 mins Color: B&W
|Take Care of My Cat||
A surprise hit at festivals from Rotterdam to Toronto, this first time film by a young Korean woman is an original and engaging look at young women trying to navigate the traumatic journey to adulthood.
Release Year: 2001 Running Time: 112 mins Color: Color
|Tales from the Vienna Woods (Stille Nacht III)||
Release Year: 1992 Running Time: 4 mins Color: B&W
|Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam||
This documentary chronicles the nascent Muslim punk rock movement in America. The film follows The Taqwacores (a term combining the Muslim concept of God consciousness with hardcore punk), and charts their brave, foolish, and often exhilarating attempts to navigate the gap between their cultures and their countries, their religion and their individuality.
Release Year: 2009 Running Time: 80 mins Color: Color
From director Raphael Nadjari. In contemporary Jerusalem, an average middle class Jewish family balances the rituals of family, friends, religion and workaday life. But when middle-aged father and husband Eli (Shmuel Vilozni) unaccountably vanishes after a fluke car accident, the ensuing legal and emotional crisis gradually immerses Eli's spouse and two young sons in a muted real-life nightmare redefining the boundaries of everything they know, love and believe.
Release Year: 2007 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color
In this gorgeously animated drama, the lives of several strong-willed women and a young musician intersect. Their stories reveal the hypocrisies of modern Iranian society, where sex, drugs, and corruption coexist with strict religious law.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 96 mins Color: Color
|The Tempest (Jarman)||
Jarman presents Shakespeare's intricate comedy of magic and revenge in a form that is at once faithful to the spirit of the play and a dazzling spectacle mixing Hollywood high camp and gothic horror. His film recalls the innocent homoeroticism of Pasolini's versions of the classics while its lush sense of decor and color is worthy of Minnelli.
Release Year: 1979 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color
|The Tenth Man||
After years away Ariel returns to Buenos Aires seeking to reconnect with his father who has founded a charity foundation in Once, the city's Jewish district where Ariel spent his youth.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 80 mins Color: Color
|Testament Of Dr. Mabuse||
Release Year: 1933 Running Time: 112 mins Color: B&W
|The Blood is at the Doorstep||
After Dontre Hamilton, a black, unarmed man diagnosed with schizophrenia, was shot 14 times and killed by police in Milwaukee, his family embarks on a quest for answers, justice, and reform as the investigation unfolds.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 90 mins
In Lawrence, Kansas, 11 young volunteers undergo some of the nation’s most rigorous training to become volunteer counselors in a suicide hotline call center.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 65 mins Color: Color
|The Lost Cinema||
The Lost Cinema is a film essay on the Iranian New Wave, a film movement which blossomed in the 70s as a protest against a local film industry dominated by shallow, socially uninformed domestic films and excessive exhibition of Hollywood and European imports. Despite the movement’s contribution to the political awareness of the Iranian middle class, the New-Wave films, along with all other pre-revolutionary titles, were banned due to their non-conformity to the severely restrictive censorship codes imposed by the Islamic government after the 1979 Revolution. The ban has effectively shelved half a century of film heritage in Iran.
U.S.-based film professor Jamsheed Akrami sheds light on a significant trend of politically themed films through analyzing selected films and interviews with Iranian filmmakers. Insightful comments are provided by scholars Andrew Sarris, William Beeman, Louis Forsdale, and John Downing.
Release Year: 2007 Running Time: 100 mins Color: Color
|Theo Who Lived||
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 86 mins Color: Color
|They're Playing with Fire||
Newly Mastered in HD! Drive-in goddess and 80s action queen Sybil Danning (Howling II, Chained Heat, Reform School Girls) stars as a lusty college professor who seduces a naive student (Eric Brown, Private Lessons) as part of a sordid plot to frame him for the murder of her wealthy in-laws.
Release Year: 1984 Running Time: 96 mins Color: Color
|This is Not a Film||
This clandestine documentary, shot partially on an iPhone and smuggled into France in a cake for a last-minute submission to Cannes, depicts the day-to-day life of acclaimed director Jafar Panahi (Offside, The Circle) during his house arrest in his Tehran apartment. While appealing his sentence - six years in prison and a 20 year ban from filmmaking - Panahi is seen talking to his family and lawyer on the phone, discussing his plight with Mirtahmasb and reflecting on the meaning of the art of filmmaking.
Release Year: 2011 Running Time: 75 mins Color: Color
|This Unnameable Little Broom (or The Epic of Gilgamesh)||
Release Year: 1985 Running Time: 11 mins Color: Color
|Those Who Love Me Can Take The Train||
The students of a charismatic yet tyrannical painter arrive for his funeral in this celebration of new life blossoming from tragic loss.
Release Year: 1998 Running Time: 122 mins Color: Color
A brilliant historical satire teeming with inventive flourishes, Buster Keaton's THREE AGES is a silent comedy of truly epic proportions. This clever parody of D. W. Griffith's INTOLERANCE follows Buster's hard-luck romantic adventures throughout world history: form the dawn of man in the Stone Age, through the gladiatorial arenas of Ancient Rome, to the city streets of the American Jazz Era. New restoration from Lobster Films coming soon to DCP!
Release Year: 1923 Running Time: 64 mins Color: B&W
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 109 mins Color: Color
|The Three Penny Opera||
Release Year: 1931 Running Time: 112 mins Color: B&W
Anton Chekhov's classic play about the lives of three sisters living in a remote Russian village is given the all-star treatment by director and star Laurence Olivier.
Release Year: 1970 Running Time: 162 mins Color: Color
|Three Songs Of Lenin||
With exquisite images and masterful editing, THREE SONGS OF LENIN paints a living portrait of Vladimir Lenin and the great Soviet state he built that surpasses all the dry rhetoric of history books.
Release Year: 1934 Running Time: 62 mins Color: B&W
|The Tibetan Book of the Dead||
A marvelous documentary creation"- CM MAGAZINE. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom. An ancient source of strength and guidance, The Tibetan Book of the Dead remains an essential teaching of the spiritual cultures of the Himalayas.
Release Year: 1994 Running Time: 90 mins Color: Color
|Tierney Gearon: The Mother Project||
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 70 mins Color: Color
A young Israeli ultra-Orthodox man experiences a crisis of faith in this formally daring black-and-white drama that employs bravura, often shocking imagery.
Release Year: 2015 Running Time: 120 mins Color: B&W
|Time of Favor||
Winner of six Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture, TIME OF FAVOR is a taut thriller about the volatile relationship between Orthodox nationalists and the Israeli army. Stars Assi Dayan as a charismatic West Bank Rabbi.
Release Year: 2001 Running Time: 101 mins Color: Color
Catherine Deneuve and John Malkovich head a brilliant cast in Ruiz's brilliant adaptation of the final installment of Marcel Proust's multi-volume Remembrance of Things Past. Time, memory, and the blending of reality and fiction combine to create an unforgettable cinematic experience, as Proust looks back on his life from his deathbed.
Release Year: 1999 Running Time: 158 mins Color: Color
|Times and Winds||
Winner of the Best Film and FIPRESCI prizes at the Istanbul International Film Festival, Reha Erdem's TIMES AND WINDS is a film "bewitched by the rhythms of everyday life" (The Village Voice). "MAGNIFICENT...A humanist epic!" - LA Weekly.
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 111 mins Color: Color
Serge Bozon's TIP TOP is a sharp and witty absurdist political commentary that will leave audiences with more questions about modern day France than answers. Farid, an Algerian turned informant for the French police, is found murdered in a small French town. Two offbeat and unethical female investigators (a fiercely authoritarian Isabelle Huppert paired with an inquisitive and voyeuristic Sandrine Kimberlain) are brought in to investigate the possibility of police involvement with the murder.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 106 mins Color: Color
|To Be and to Have||
Release Year: 2002 Running Time: 104 mins Color: Color
|Tom of Finland||
This stirring biopic follows the life of the artist whose proudly erotic drawings of leather-clad studs served as an emblem of gay liberation and influenced art, fashion and culture for decades to come.
Release Year: 2017 Running Time: 116 mins Color: Color
|Tomorrow We Disappear||
When their home is sold to real-estate developers, the magicians, acrobats, and puppeteers of Delhi’s Kathputli Colony must find a way to unite – or splinter apart forever.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 83 mins Color: Color
As Augusto Pinochet holds Chile in the grip of dictatorship, a fifty year old man obsessed with John Travolta's character from Saturday Night Fever imitates his idol each weekend in a small bar on the outskirts of Santiago. A stinging allegory for the corruption and egomania of Augusto Pinochet. "An indelible portrait of a sociopath with the soul of a zombie." - The New York Times.
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 98 mins Color: Color
Peter Ustinov won an Oscar for his performance in this heist film centered around a gang of thieves attempting to steal the treasures within Turkey's Topkapi Palace. TOPKAPI also stars Melina Mercouri as the gang's ringleader, Robert Morley, Jess Hahn, and Gilles Segal.
Release Year: 1964 Running Time: 120 mins Color: Color
|Touch Me Not||
Filmmaker Adina Pintilie’s Golden Bear winner is a brave and raw look at bodies, intimacy, and empathy, exploring the private lives and sexual desires of four people with an approach that blurs the line between fiction and documentary.
Release Year: 2019 Running Time: 125 mins Color: Color
|A Touch of Sin||
Written and directed by master Jia Zhangke (The World, Still Life), a man widely regarded as "one of the best and most important directors in the world" (The New Yorker), this reflection on capitalist China focuses on four people, living in four different provinces, who are driven to violent ends.
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 125 mins Color: Color
|Tough Being Loved by Jerks||
Because he had published the twelve Danish cartoons that had triggered the wrath of Muslims worldwide, Philippe Val, the editor of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, was cited to court by the Great Mosque of Paris, the World Muslim League and the Union of Islamic Organizations of France.
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 102 mins Color: Color
TOWER reveals the action-packed untold stories of the witnesses, heroes and survivors of America’s first mass school shooting, when the worst in one man brought out the best in so many others.
Release Year: 2016 Running Time: 82 mins Color: Color
|A Town Called Panic||
Release Year: 2009 Running Time: 75 mins Color: Color
|Travellers & Magicians||
Release Year: 2004 Running Time: 108 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 2010 Running Time: 100 mins
|The Trials of Muhammad Ali||
THE TRIALS OF MUHAMMAD ALI investigates its extraordinary and often complex subject's life outside the boxing ring. From joining the controversial Nation of Islam and changing his name from Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali, to his refusal to serve in the Vietnam War in the name of protesting racial inequality, to his global humanitarian work, Muhammad Ali remains an inspiring and controversial figure.
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 94 mins Color: Color
|Iranian Cinema Before and After the Revolution||
Dr. Jamsheed Akrami is a scholar of Iranian cinema. A former editor of Iranian film magazines, he has published extensively, presented numerous lectures, curated film series, and produced a number of films, including the feature-length documentaries The Lost Cinema, on political filmmaking under the Shah, and Friendly Persuasion, on Iranian cinema after the 1979 revolution. The films were screened in international film festivals and enjoyed theatrical runs and television screenings in US and Canada. A Cinema of Discontent completes Jamsheed Akrami’s trilogy on Iranian cinema.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 316 mins
|The Trojan Women||
The women of defeated Troy are at the mercy of the Greeks in this adaption of Euripedes' tragic anti-war play. The unbeatable cast is lead by Katharine Hepburn, Irene Papas, Genevieve Bujold and Vanessa Redgrave. Directed by Michael Cacoyannis.
Release Year: 1971 Running Time: 105 mins Color: Color
|Trouble the Water||
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 96 mins Color: Color
|Try to Remember: The Fantasticks||
Eight times a week, from 1960 to 2002, the Sullivan Street Playhouse in New York City’s Greenwich Village played midwife to a musical theater ritual that attracted theatergoers from across the globe. That show was the legendary and beloved Fantasticks, and for 42 years and 17,162 performances, a legion of performers—including future luminaries such as F. Murray Abraham, Ricardo Montalban, Elliott Gould, Liza Minnelli, Glenn Close, Richard Chamberlain and John Carradine—played out its sweetly timeless boy-meets-girl tale. On the eve of The Fantasticks’ final Off-Broadway performance, documentary filmmaker Eli Kabillio takes a wistful look back at the show’s genesis, its creators and, above all, its continued worldwide popularity.
Release Year: 2003 Running Time: 57 mins Color: Color
|Tu dors Nicole||
Nicole (Julianne Cote) is adrift after college graduation, working a dead-end summer job in her small Quebec hometown and spending evenings with her best pal, Veronique.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 93 mins Color: B&W
|Tuesday, After Christmas||
One of the central figures to emerge from the cinema of the Romanian New Wave, director Radu Muntean has created in TUESDAY, AFTER CHRISTMAS a tense, emotionally resonant drama about a middle-aged man caught between his commitment to his family and his affair with a younger woman.
Release Year: 2010 Running Time: 99 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 100 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 1925 Running Time: 89 mins Color: B&W
|Two in the Wave||
Directors Jean-Luc Godard and Francois Truffaut changed the face of cinema forever as members of the French New Wave. TWO IN THE WAVE documents their intensely combative and creative relationship.
Release Year: 2010 Running Time: 92 mins Color: Color and B&W