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200 CADILLACS
$19.99

Friends and family members of Elvis Presley who were in the late singer's extreme good-graces often received Presley's gift of choice: a brand new Cadillac. This entertaining documentary paints a generous picture of the King of Rock n' Roll through interviews with recipients of these cars, including Elvis' original drummer, D.J. Fontana; back-up singers Gordon Stoker and Myrna Smith; his nurse, Marian Cocke; girlfriend Linda Thompson; Karate instructor Kang Rhee; personal assistant Jerry Schilling; and more. Include over 200 photos of Elvis from through his career, many never before seen.

Dan Griffin---USA---2002---63 mins.
7 DAYS IN SEPTEMBER
$19.98

George Segal, Richard Widmark, Timothy Bottoms, and a young Helen Hunt star in this disaster thriller about a terrorist who's sabotaging amusement park rides around America.
ALI RAP
$19.95

Polanski's chilling study of madness stars Catherine Deneuve as a jealously sadistic schizophrenic, equally terrified of sex and leaving her apartment.
ANDY WARHOL: COMPLETE PICTURE
$24.98

Andy Warhol was just as famous for being "Andy Warhol" as he was for his artwork. He was a celebrity's celebrity, yet he was also a shy, prolific artist who worked in everything from painting to film to music. This documentary provides a definitive look at Warhol's life and his creative process. Features rare audiotapes and films from the Warhol Foundation Archives in addition to interviews with Debbie Harry, Dennis Hopper and more.
ARCHITECTURES 4
$39.95

Takashi Kitano's 8 1/2 is a self-reflexive, self-mocking, even self-destructive movie about a struggling film director. NO ENGLISH subtitles!
BROTHERS IN ARMS
$19.95

The story of six men who served together during the Vietnam War on a swift boat in the Mekong Delta is the focus of this inspired documentary. The five crewmen and their commander, a young Yale graduate and future Democratic presidential candidate named John Kerry, endured some of the worst horrors of the war on the rough waters of Vietnam. Through interviews, photos and archival footage, their brave experiences during and after the war and their enduring friendship is chronicled.

Paul Alexander---USA---2004---68 mins.
CHAMPAGNE SAFARI, THE
$24.99

Originally aired on PBS' Independent Lens, this award-winning series chronicles four years in the lives of a diverse group of immigrants as they start over in America.
CINDERELLA MAN
$19.98

This documentary tells the true story of the fighter who stunned a nation when he rose to claim the Heavyweight Champion of the World title as a 10-1 underdog. Working double shifts to feed his family in Depression-era New York, Braddock became a model of determination that would inspire countless people worldwide. This portrait of the fighter includes interviews with historians and boxing experts as well as archival photographs and footage. It's a terrific companion to Ron Howard's dramatic biopic of Braddock starring Russell Crowe.

Nick Krantz---USA---2005---55 mins.
CLASS ACT
$24.98

From the creators of Super Size Me comes this portrait of drama teacher Jay W. Jensen, who has influenced countless students during his long career in the public school system. Former students like Andy Garcia, Brett Ratner, and Roy Firestone share memories about the extraordinary man, and the film highlights the importance of arts education in public schools.

Sara Sackner---USA---2006---90 mins.
COOL RUNNINGS: THE REGGAE MOVIE
$19.98

Welcome to the 1983 edition of Jamaica’s annual Reggae Sunsplash in Montego Bay, a week-long showcase for some of the greatest names in reggae, ska, funk and dub poetry. This magnificent snapshot of the Jamaican music scene of the early ’80s is a must-have for any World Music fan, and a wonderful memento of this golden age in Jamaican culture.


Robert Mugge---USA---1983---105 mins.
CUSTOM CHOPPERS: THE ART OF THE AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE
$12.98

Arlen Ness, Mike Corbin, Paul Yaffe, J.T. Nesbitt, and a slew of other motorcycle designers and builders offer insight into the history, evolution, direction, and philosophy of custom motorcycle building. Filmed amidst the bustle of Bike Week in Daytona Beach, Florida, The World of Custom Motorcycles is an exciting peek at a fast-paced industry.

USA---30 mins.
D-DAY: REFLECTIONS OF COURAGE
$19.98

Exclusive first-hand accounts and archival footage shed new light on the plans, people and events involved in D-Day on June 6th, 1944. The resistance efforts by the men and women of France and mainland Europe, the German fortification of France, and the eventual Allied invasion of Normandy and the subsequent bloodshed are all detailed.
DIRECTORS: NORMAN JEWISON
$19.98

The versatile career of Norman Jewison has included films as diverse as In the Heat of the Night, Jesus Christ, Superstar, A Soldier's Story and Moonstruck. In this American Film Institute presentation, Jewison's career is reviewed and collaborators include Rod Steiger, Sylvester Stallone, Sidney Poitier, Whoopi Goldberg and others.
FAHRENHEIT 9/11
$14.98

Oscar-winner Michael Moore (Bowling for Columbine) creates one of filmdom's most controversial documentaries with this charged polemic on the presidency of George W. Bush and the war in Iraq. Moore investigates the ties between the Bush White House, the Saudi government, and the family of terrorist Osama bin Laden, the White House's lack of pre-9/11 preparedness and concern in regards to terrorism, and the administration's co-opting of America's post-9/11 fear and insecurity in order to wage an unjustified war on the Iraqi people. The whirlwind of facts and accusations come to an emotional head when the results of such political tomfoolery are revealed through first-hand accounts from disillusioned troops on the frontlines in Iraq, unsettling battle footage and the heartbreaking story of a mother who lost her son in battle. A powerful, must-see film. Winner of the Palme d'Or at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.

Michael Moore---USA---2004---126 mins.
FAITH OF THE CENTURY: A HISTORY OF COMMUNISM
$29.95

FLYERMAN
$9.98

Nominally a character study of an eccentric figure who passes out flyers for a living, this powerful documentary doubles as an examination of a pervasive cultural obsession with celebrity. In the hands of documentary filmmakers Jeff Stephenson and Jason Tan, the story of the enigmatic "Flyerman" resonates as a personal story of human tragedy and a larger portrait of fame's perilous toll.

Jeff Stephenson/Jason Tan---Canada---2003---91 mins.
FOREVER LOYAL
$14.98

Filmed during his exile in Mexico, Bunuel's overlooked neorealist melodrama deals with a corrupt landlord in search of a thug to intimidate his tenants.
GLOBAL STORMING
$19.99

In this "wildly original" (NY Times) film, a free-spirited, street-wise girl from Havana uses her sexual wiles as a means of survival. But when she meets a Mexican model...
GOING UPRIVER
$19.98

From the director of But I'm a Cheerleader comes this comedy about radical third-wavers and riot grrrl rebellion. With cuts by Le Tigre, Sleater-Kinney, Peaches, and Bikini Kill.
GREEN CHIMNEYS
$19.99

The inspirational story of three highly intelligent and abused kids from low-income families who, with the guidance of the Green Chimneys Farm's doctors and the support of the animals, learn to embrace the value of accountability, integrity, and love. "Green Chimneys achieves a profoundly powerful intimacy with its subjects" (Variety). Winner of the Silver Spire at the 1997 San Francisco International Film Festival.

Constance Marks/Bob Eisenhardt---USA---1997---95 mins.