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A recently widowed woman (Anne Reid) becomes involved with a much younger man, who had been dating her daughter, in this superbly acted drama from the director of Notting Hill. Alwin Kuchler's exquisite photography ably abets a screenplay by Hanif Kureishi (My Beautiful Laundrette, The Buddha of Suburbia) that intelligently probes its central character's predicament without descending into sensationalism. | Read More
Based on the international best seller On Love by Alain de Botton, this delightful romantic comedy explores with delicious wit and whimsy just how modern urban relationships go wrong. Surveying the wreckage of his last five relationships, thirtysomething Duncan (Brendan Patricks) concludes that love is a battleground where only the fittest survive. | Read MoreComedy and Romantic Comedy
They fell in love on a film set-but she's a Turk living in Istanbul, and he's a Kurd living in Iraq, which US forces have just invaded. The lovers play themselves in this captivating film, based on their true story.
Following the April 29th screening, American Express ® Cardmembers are invited to a complimentary after movie reception at the American Express Insider Center located at 27 Union Square West, Union Square Ballroom. Details to be provided at the theater! | Read MoreDrama
Directed by actor/director Peter Mullan (My Name Is Joe, The Magdalene Sisters), NEDS takes place in the gritty and savage world of 1970s Glasgow. On the brink of adolescence, John McGill is a bright and sensitive boy. He's eager to learn and full of promise, but with no one willing to give him a chance, young John descends into a violent life of crime. NEDS is an intense and tragic portrayal of the loss of hope. | Read MoreDrama
In 2012, chameleon American actor Kevin Spacey reunited
with his American Beauty director Sam Mendes for an Old
Vic production of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy, Richard III.
NOW goes behind the scenes with Spacey, Mendes, and their Tony-award winning cast to explore the actor’s craft and the ambitious staging of an international epic. | Read MoreDocumentary and First Time Filmmaker
When the American Samoan national soccer team suffered the world’s worst defeat, losing to Australia 31-0, these tiny islands crash-landed into last place in FIFA world rankings, and became known as “the worst team in the world.” More than a decade later, they have not yet won an official match. Next Goal Wins follows their miraculous efforts as they train for the next World Cup. Led by an eccentric new coach, they have a chance to redefine their international reputation. | Read MoreSports, Documentary, First Time Filmmaker
Two teenage ballet dancers from the working-class favelas of Rio are determined to dance their way to a better life, but to do so they must grow up against harsh prejudice, doubt, and some of the best dancers in the world. This inspiring doc trails their path to beat the odds and follow their dream of making it in the elite world of professional ballet. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
A man wakes up at the bottom of a well with no memories, in company of an old man who claims that they are in a dungeon during the Middle Ages and that they are both sentenced to starve to death. | Read MoreDrama