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Waiting for Twilight

Release Year: 1998  Running Time: 60 mins  Color: Color 

A Walk through H

Release Year: 1978  Running Time: 41 mins  Color: Color 

Walk With Me

With unprecedented access, ‘Walk With Me’ takes us deep inside the world-famous monastery of Zen Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh, and captures the life of a monastic community who have given up all their possessions for one common purpose – to practice the art of mindfulness. Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch. 

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

Walking on Water

An intimate portrait of renowned installation artist Christo and the intense planning and construction of his 2016 art piece, The Floating Piers, a dahlia-yellow walkway atop Italy’s Lake Iseo eventually experienced by over 1.2 million people.

Release Year: 2019  Running Time: 100 mins  Color: Color 

The Wanderers

Based on the acclaimed first novel by Richard Price (The Night Of), Philip Kaufman's The Wanderers follows the exploits of the eponymous Italian-American gang in the Bronx in 1963, just before the country underwent profound change.  New 2K restoration!

Release Year: 1979  Running Time: 117 mins  Color: Color 

The Wanted 18

Through a clever mix of stop motion animation and interviews, The Wanted 18 recreates an astonishing true story: the Israeli army's pursuit of 18 cows, whose independent milk production on a Palestinian collective farm was declared "a threat to the national security of the state of Israel."

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 75 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Ward No. 6

A bold contemporary adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s legendary short story, WARD NO. 6 chronicles one man's descent into madness. Updating the 1892 tale to the present day, the film is shot in a real mental institution on the outskirts of Moscow, and features interviews with actual patients.

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 83 mins  Color: Color 

Water Wrackets

Release Year: 1978  Running Time: 12 mins  Color: Color 


Debut helmer Yaron Zilberman's WATERMARKS is the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah, a wildly victorious Jewish organization created in response to Austrian anti-Semitism. Alternating between historical footage and contemporary interviews with the women, the film reconnects the lives and memories of those who challenged the status quo -- and lived to tell of it.

Release Year: 2004  Running Time: 77 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Way Down East

Griffith billed this film as a "simple tale of plain people." This modest remark does little to convey the scale and significance of one of this director's most ambitious works and his most popular after Birth of a Nation.

Release Year: 1920  Running Time: 149 mins  Color: Tinted B&W 

Web Junkie

Internet addiction is now a global issue, and china is the first country to classify it as a clinical disorder. Web Junkie takes audiences inside a Beijing treatment center and explores the cases of three teenagers who suffer from this 21st century disorder.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 75 mins  Color: Color 

Wedding in Galilee

A small Palestinian village is given permission to hold a traditional wedding on the condition that Israeli military officers attend as guests of honor.

Release Year: 1987  Running Time: 113 mins  Color: Color 

The Well-Digger's Daughter

In this sun-drenched melodrama (a remake of the 1940s classic by Marcel Pagnol), acclaimed French actor Daniel Auteuil directs and stars as the eponymous well-digger Pascal, a widower who is torn between his sense of honor and his love for his eldest daughter, Patricia (the luminous Astrid Bergès-Frisbey), when she gets impregnated by a wealthy young pilot.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 105 mins  Color: Color 

Werewolf Woman (La Lupa Mannara)

Daniela, a woman troubled from a childhood trauma, begins to have delusions that she is a werewolf. She spends her nights seducing and killing men, until she meets a kind man named Luca, who she falls in love with. Her happiness is short-lived when she is raped and Luca is killed, reverting her back to her werewolf delusions. Daniela gets her revenge by killing her rapists and Luca's killers.

Release Year: 1976  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

West of the Jordan River

Amos Gitai returns to the occupied territories for the first time since his 1982 documentary Field Diary with this portrait of the citizens, Israelis and Palestinians, who are trying to overcome the consequences of occupation.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 84 mins  Color: Color 

Westfront 1918

Release Year: 1930  Running Time: 97 mins  Color: B&W 

What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann

Release Year: 2006  Running Time: 80 mins  Color: Color 

What Will People Say

Nisha is a normal Norwegian teenager by day and a perfect Pakistani daughter by night. But when her father catched her alone with her boyfriend and ships her off to Pakistan, Nisha's two worlds brutally collide. Based on the director’s own experiences and winner of Audience Awards at AFI Fest and Les Arcs European Film Festival.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 106 mins  Color: Color 

When the Iron Bird Flies

WHEN THE IRON BIRD FLIES takes us on an up-close and personal journey following the astounding path of one of the world's great spiritual traditions from the caves of Tibet to the mainstream of Western culture.

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 96 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Who Is Dayani Cristal?

The body of an unidentified immigrant is found in the Arizona Desert. In an attempt to retrace his path and discover his story, director Marc Silver and Gael Garcia Bernal embed themselves among migrant travelers on their own mission to cross the border, providing rare insight into the human stories which are so often ignored in the immigration debate.

Release Year: 2013  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him)?

A wildly entertaining, star-studded documentary about The Beatles’s favorite American musician, Who Is Harry Nilsson? (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him) is a vibrant and definitive portrait of one of the most talented singer-songwriters in pop music history.

Running Time: 116 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Who Shall Live And Who Shall Die?

Laurence Jarvik's controversial documentary exposing America's calculated indifference to the plight of the European Jews during the Holocaust.

Release Year: 1981  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: B&W 

Who's Crazy?

Accompanied by a frenetic original soundtrack by the great Ornette Coleman, insane asylum inmates escape their confinement and hole up in a deserted Belgian farmhouse, where they cook large quantities of eggs and condemn one of their own in an impromptu court. The actors don’t have much need for words when they can dance around, light things on fire, and drip hot wax on each other instead. Ornette Coleman and the other members of his trio – David Izenzon and Charles Moffett – recorded their score for WHO’S CRAZY? in one go while the film was projected for them, and the result feels like a bizarre silent film with the greatest possible accompaniment. The soundtrack also features a young Marianne Faithfull singing what are probably her most experimental riffs – written for her especially by Ornette – as she asks, “Is God man? Is man God?” in an original track titled “Sadness.”

WHO’S CRAZY? was long thought to be lost by jazz-on-film scholars and the Library of Congress. In early 2015, the only surviving copy of the film, a 35mm print struck for the film’s debut at Cannes in 1966, was salvaged from director Thomas White’s garage after sitting on a shelf there for decades. Ornette’s soundtrack exists as a hard-to-find LP, but audiences have never before had the opportunity to see what Ornette saw when he composed it. The cast consists of actors from New York’s experimental theater troupe, the Living Theatre, who also performed in Shirley Clarke’s THE CONNECTION; and speaking of connections, Clarke would later direct the fantastic ORNETTE: MADE IN AMERICA (1984). The 35mm print of WHO’S CRAZY? was repaired by John Klacsmann, archivist at Anthology Film Archives.

Release Year: 1966  Running Time: 73 mins  Color: Black & White 

Whores' Glory

WHORES' GLORY, the third film in Michael Glawogger's globalization trilogy (following MEGACITIES, WORKINGMAN'S DEATH), is an explicit and unflinching exposé of global prostitution. Glawogger's latest larger-than-life documentary is an audacious, non-judgmental study of sexuality, politics, human behavior and the effects of capital and religion on both women and men from starkly different cultures.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 119 mins  Color: Color 

Whose Country?

A young filmmaker in post-revolution Egypt enters the previously forbidden underworld of the Cairo police to discover the injustice within their ranks that's motivated abuse of citizens and subsequent corruption that ignited revolution in that country.

Release Year: 2016  Running Time: 60 mins  Color: Color 


Release Year: 1974  Running Time: 4 mins  Color: Color 

Winnebago Man

A search for the legendary RV salesman whose hilarious, foul-mouthed outbursts were caught on video and became an online phenomenon. Winnebago Man is a laugh-out-loud look at viral culture and an unexpectedly poignant tale of one man's response to unintended fame.

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Winter Sleep

A retired actor has inherited a small hotel where he is ensconced with his recently divorced sister, his much younger and growingly discontented wife. A seemingly trivial incident sets in motion a drama of personalities at odds with each other and the paths their lives have taken.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 196 mins  Color: Color 

With One Voice

With One Voice illuminates the unity of humanity through the single message and mystical tradition that binds all faiths together. The film features mystics from many great traditions around the world who discuss spiritual awakening, world peace and love.

Release Year: 2009  Running Time: 78 mins  Color: Color 

The Woman Who Left

In this Tolstoy-inspired story of revenge deferred, a woman discovers after 30 years in prison that her fellow inmate committed the murder of which she was accused. Winner of the Golden Lion at the 2016 Venice Film Festival.

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 226 mins  Color: B&W 

A Woman's Life

Adapted from the novel Une vie by Guy de Maupassant, Stéphane Brizé’s follow-up to his Cannes and César Award winner The Measure of a Man explores the restrictive social dictates and moral codes of marriage and family in 19th century Normandy.

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 119 mins  Color: Color 

!Women Art Revolution

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 83 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Wonderful Town

Aditya Assarat's "delicate, delightful, and nearly note-perfect debut feature" ( An architect from Bangkok pulls up to a motel in a nearby ghost town of deserted streets. His obscured past finds symmetry in the repressed history of the girl he meets and pursues.

Release Year: 2007  Running Time: 92 mins  Color: Color 

The Wonderful, Horrible Life Of Leni Riefenstahl

A spellbinding account of the career of the most renowned woman director, best known as Hitler's moviemaker. Studded with fascinating clips from her work: Triumph of the Will, Olympia, The Blue Light, Tiefland and more.

Release Year: 1993  Running Time: 181 mins  Color: Color 

The Woodmans

A fascinating, unflinching portrait of the late photographer Francesca Woodman, told through the young artist's work (including experimental videos and journal entries) and remarkably candid interviews with her artist parents Betty and George (a ceramic sculptor and painter/photographer).

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 83 mins  Color: Color 

The World Within

A fascinating encounter with one of the great pioneers of analytic psychology. This documentary explores Carl Jung literally 'in his own words,' featuring rarely seen interview footage with Jung in Switzerland in the 1950s and written excerpts and images from his Red Book, the personal diary in which he described his dreams and fantasies.

Release Year: 1990  Running Time: 60 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

The Wound

Brimming with sex and violence, John Trengove’s award-winning film is an exploration of tradition and sexuality set amid South Africa’s Xhosa culture.

Release Year: 2017  Running Time: 88 mins  Color: Color 

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