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This portrait of New York avant-garde playwright Richard Foreman focuses on all periphery elements of a recent production-elaborate set design, lighting, non-speaking cast's frantic movements patterns, and recurrent imagery at his Ontological-Hysteric Theater. Highlights all the fringe, yet essential, specifics typical of Foremen's recent work rather than the varying content of his plays. | Read More
After escaping a marriage arranged by his eccentric family, 23-year-old Isaac seeks refuge in the utopian greenery of Central Park. When Isaac's family sends his childhood therapist to retrieve him, the two lost souls search for self-discovery without realizing the significance each holds in the other's life. | Read MoreDrama and Comedy
Comedian Rupert Pupkin confronts then kidnaps his hero, late night talk show host Jerry Langford, all for a shot at the big time. Thirty years after its release, Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy is more relevant than ever, sending up reality television culture through an unforgettable hack who overcomes his many social shortcomings with felonious ambition. Robert De Niro, Sandra Bernhard and the legendary Jerry Lewis light up the screen in this marvelous, multi-layered comic gem. | Read MoreDark Comedy
To those in the know, no classic arcade game is more difficult than Donkey Kong. Maybe that's why the world record holder is so protective of his celebrity. Look inside this world of competitive gaming, as obsession and ego drive a diverse and fascinating group of individuals to fight over who is the real "king of Kong." A Picturehouse Release.
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The flashy yet underground outer borough phenomenon of elaborate, ornate Christmas exterior house decorations is given a human face in this documentary short. You’ll meet the obsessed, quirky people behind the biggest, brightest, and most over-the-top holiday decorated houses in New York City, including Steve Pancini who owns 600 animated dolls for his lawn and takes an entire month off from work to maintain his display. These are tales of outer Gotham that Manhattanites have yet to see. | Read MoreDocumentary
Kiss Me Again is a witty and provocative portrayal of a married couple that decides to test the boundaries of their relationship with a seductive Spanish woman. When an unlikely relationship ensues, all three are forced to rethink their definition of love. Starring Jeremy London, Katheryn Winnick, Darrell Hammond, Elisa Donovan, Mirelly Taylor, and Fred Armisen. | Read MoreDrama
Travel to Scotland’s far northern highlands and explore the life and remarkable influence of Megan Boyd, fishing fly-maker extraordinaire. Self-taught in this enigmatic, artful craft, Boyd became an internationally renowned artisan and supplier to, among others, Prince Charles. Interviews, animations and images of the stunning Scottish countryside define Eric Steel’s lyrical tale of solitary celebrity and the joy of making your mark, even when it was the last thing you planned to do. | Read MoreDocumentary and Animation
A family saga set against the colorful spectacle of the Uttarayan, India's largest kite festival, The Kite is a kaleidoscopic whirlwind of energy, romance, and turmoil. A businessman arrives in Ahmedabad for a surprise visit to his once grand family home, bringing with him his daughter and some unexpected news for the family's future. Amongst the flurry of preparations and the energy of the festival itself, the transformative and intersecting tales of six characters unfold. | Read MoreDrama
Rob Lowe is Paul Turner, a maverick political strategist struggling to keep his wayward clients—including a philandering Kentucky governor and a California senator being blackmailed—in office and out of the scandal sheets. This tightly wound dramatic satire from two-time Oscar-winning director and TFF alum Bill Guttentag (Nanking) shows us what our political leaders are really made of. With Julie Bowen, Eric McCormack, Jennifer Morrison, and Carrie-Anne Moss. | Read MoreDrama