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A bold, dramatic attack on the treatment of women in post-revolutionary Iran by the country's most important and outspoken feminist filmmaker.
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Amanda Mitchell's engrossing documentary takes an in-depth look at a             cutthroat, challenging, and high-pressure profession that goes largely           overlooked. As she explores the lives of stunt women Jeannie Epper and Zoe       Bell (who stand-in for Wonder Woman and Xena: Warrior Princess     respectively), Mitchell shows the difficulties involved in staying fit,        employed, and on-top in a male-dominated industry. Features interviews with    Lucy Lawless, Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Lynda Carter, and more.       Winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at AFI Fest (2003).          Amanda Mitchell---USA---2003---210 mins.
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Following the unexpected death of Peter Sellers, Blake Edwards responded by      using the form and structure of Orson Welles' Citizen Kane for a new       entry in the Panther series. When Inspector Clouseau turns up missing,     an intrepid television reporter interviews the people from Clouseau's past to  create a biographical portrait. Edwards incorporates previously unused         material and outtakes. With David Niven, Herbert Lom, Richard Mulligan, Joanna Lumley, Robert Wagner, Capucine and Robert Loggia.                               Blake Edwards---USA---1982---97 mins.
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As could be expected, Murtaugh's (Danny Glover) last week on the police force    does not end with only a gold watch. He and partner Riggs (Mel Gibson) uncover   a crooked ex-cop who is selling confiscated firearms. The film is non-stop       action from beginning to end with comic relief provided by Joe Pesci, who      reprises his role from Lethal Weapon II.                                 Richard Donner---USA---1992---118 mins.
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For her ambitious debut, documentary filmmaker Maria Finitzo followed five adolescent girls for two years, resulting in this authentic portrait of young women at a pivotal point in their lives. Unlike the media, which depicts most girls of this age as passive, powerless, or overly sexualized, Five Girls focuses on the positive ways they adapt to challenges in their lives by understanding their choices, resisting pervasive cultural messages, and believing in their own strengths. "The girls are all right" (People Magazine). Produced in association with Kartemquin Films.   Maria Finitzo---USA---2001---120 mins.
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John Carpenter's superior Halloween may have set the stage for the unfortunate wave of slasher movies that came in its wake, but this low-budget horror picture may have had an even greater influence on the genre--a dubious distinction to be sure. A group of teenaged camp counselors are stalked by a silent killer who wears a hockey mask in this crudely effective, grisly film that made a fortune and spawned nine (yes, nine!) sequels so far, with more in the planning stages. The cast of mainly unknown victims includes a young Kevin Bacon.

Sean S. Cunningham---USA---1980---95 mins.
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Jude Law (Gattaca) stars in this romantic comedy as a man who believes     he is destined to marry the woman whose birth he witnessed when he was only      five. Gretchen Mol (Rounders) plays his love interest, and the familiar    faces in the supporting cast include Jennifer Tilly, Martha Plimpton and       Brenda Blethyn (Secrets and Lies).                                       Charlie Peters---USA---1997---104 mins.
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This coming-of-age film in the vein of Slacker looks at a group of         former high school friends as they face growing up and away from each other.     Set at a late-night party after the keg's gone dry and the inhibitions are       dropped, Four Letters Words is a funny and realistic look at guys being  guys with believable dialogue and characters. "Genuinely funny" (Film       Sean Baker---USA---2001---82 mins.
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Certainly one of the all-time classics, this adaptation of the John Steinbeck    novel of the dust bowl migration from Oklahoma to California stars Henry Fonda   as Tom Joad and John Carradine as Casey. The film won the Academy Award for      Best Director.                                                                 John Ford---USA---1940---128 mins.
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In Michael Polish's (Northfork) sentimental adventure film, Billy Bob      Thornton gives a wonderfully off-kilter performance as an astronaut forced to    leave NASA at an early age in order to save his family's Texas ranch. Defying    the federal government, he takes his destiny into his own hands and builds a   rocket in his barn. "Mr. Thornton can be relied upon for understated dignity   accompanied by an intriguing undertone of serious craziness" (A.O. Scott,      New York Times). With Virginia Madsen, Max Thieriot, Bruce Dern, Tim       Blake Nelson, and Bruce Willis. Written by Mark and Michael Polish.            Michael Polish---USA---2006---104 mins.
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This collection contains two critically-acclaimed films from Quebec that reflect the unique culture and worldview of the region. With Congorama (Canada/Belgium/France, 2006, 105 mins.), director Philippe Falardeau toys with coincidence, contrivance, and near-mystical encounters in this comic drama with as many twists of fate as there are twists of plot. When Michel (Olivier Gourmet), a failed Belgian inventor, discovers he was adopted, he sets off to find his birth parents in Canada. There he encounters Louis (Paul Ahmarani), a kindred spirit who has much in common with Michel. Then in Andre  Forcier's A Wind from Wyoming (Canada, 1994, 100 mins.), Lea is dumped by her boxer boyfriend on the eve of her 18th birthday, her mother has just run off with her sweetheart, and her obese sister is obsessing over some celebrated author. So Lea enlists the help of a hack hypnotist to try to get her dysfunctional family back on track. In French with English subtitles.  Philippe Falardeau/Andre Forcier---Canada/Belgium/France---2006/1994---205 mins.
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A privileged, unprecedented inside look at the work of superstar architects and some of their most brilliant creations, produced by the European public television channel ARTE. This series looks at architecture and its historical and social functions to reveal its meaning and impact on humanity. Architectures 3 examines the Jewish Museum of Berlin, designed by Daniel Liebeskind; Louis Sullivan's Auditorium Theatre in Chicago; a Dominican convent designed by Le Corbusier; Charles Garnier's Parisian Opera; and buildings by Antonio Gaudi and Alvar Aalto. Includes English, French, and German language options. France, 1995-2001, 160 mins.
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A great combination of horror and satire, as well as a thoughtful portrait of an outsider, Martin is one of George Romero's best films. The title character is a lonely teenager who comes to live with his eccentric uncle in Pittsburgh. The uncle believes Martin is a vampire and, at times, Martin seems to believe it as well, despite the fact that sunlight only bothers him slightly and garlic and crosses have no effect on him. He does drink blood, but his methods for obtaining it are all-too human and rather gruesome. The opening sequence is a genuine shocker.

George A. Romero---USA---1977---94 mins.
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A group of young people meet in a rock pub in Budapest in the summer of 1989 during Hungary's fleeting celebration of Communism's fall.
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Clint Eastwood stars as a retired FBI profiler who is pulled back into duty by the unsolved murder of the woman whose heart he received in the transplant operation that saved his life. With Jeff Daniels, Anjelica Huston, Paul Rodriguez and Wanda De Jesus. "...a bracingly no-nonsense, highly professional policier--as proudly old-fashioned as its curmudgeon hero" (J. Hoberman, Village Voice).

Clint Eastwood---USA---2002---111 mins.
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Sir Ian McKellen stars as a kind-hearted, mentally challenged man facing         life's difficulties in Stephen Frears' realistic and gritty adaptation of        David Cook's award-winning novel. Walter (McKellen) has been fighting his        entire life to overcome his illness, despite his family's insensitivity. When  his parents die, though, Walter faces even more challenges as he adapts to     life in an decrepit institution. With Sarah Miles. Originally released as      Stephen Frears---Great Britain---1986---128 mins.
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This absorbing documentary follows Kenzo Okuzaki--a veteran of Japan's WWII campaign in New Guinea--as he searches out those responsible for the mysterious deaths of several soldiers in his unit. Though he holds Emperor Hirahito accountable for all the suffering caused by WWII, he painstakingly tracks down former military officers and accuses them of specific war crimes, often times abusing them verbally and physically. Director Kazua Hara's subtle cinema verite not only captures the zeal of Okuzaki's lifelong mission, but also exposes the atrocities committed by the Japanese military against its own soldiers. The film created such controversy in Japan upon release that no major distributor would touch it. "The most amazing piece of filmmaking" (Michael Moore). Winner of the Caligari Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival. In Japanese with English subtitles.

Kazuo Hara---Japan---1987---122 mins.
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Comedy is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the           dogmatic Dane Lars von Trier, but that's the most economical way to describe     The Boss of It All. Instead of harping on America, the director focuses    his cynicism on his homeland. Ravn (Peter Gantzler), the owner of an IT firm   in Copenhagen, wants to sell to an Icelandic company. They insist on meeting   the company's nonexistent president first, so Ravn hires an unemployed actor   (Jens Albinus) for the part and the farce begins. "The mere idea of an actor     convincingly impersonating a C.E.O. is inherently and deliciously              disrespectful of the sacred capitalistic system" (Andrew Sarris, The New    York Observer). In Danish and Icelandic with English subtitles.             Lars von Trier---Denmark/Sweden/France/Italy---2006---100 mins.
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Inspired by the snappy little animal-filled comic strip, Over the Hedge    starts when some CGI woodland creatures awaken from a long winter hibernation    to find a subdivision has sprung up right in the middle of their forest. "The    action scenes are fun, the characters are well-drawn and voiced, and I thought the film's visual look was sort of lovely" (Roger Ebert). Features the voices  of Bruce Willis, Garry Shandling, Steve Carell, William Shatner, Nick Nolte,   and Wanda Sykes.                                                                 Tim Johnson/Karey Kirkpatrick---USA---2006---83 mins.