On the eve of her thirteenth birthday, Esther Weary must come to terms with the realities of becoming a woman through her clueless grandfather and his pet pug. Life Doesn’t Frighten Me is a coming-of-age comedy about a young woman’s exploration of ugliness and beauty. | Read MoreComedy
Tommy and Joey furiously pound on their game controllers as their galactic space battle intensifies. Susie and Jimmy feverishly rock up a storm as they brave level 10 of a dance game. Lori and Bobby are caught up in a star-crossed lovers web chat. Suddenly the power goes out. Against their will, the terrified kids are sent outside, where on a seemingly splendid suburban summer day the real battle for survival is about to begin. | Read More
Complete with a beastie from Jim Henson's Creature Shop, this adventure epic in the tradition of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial follows young Mac as he searches a remote Canadian lake for a mythical aquatic creature. Upon teaming up with the local Native Americans, Mac realizes that finding Mee Shee is only the beginning of his true adventure. (Ages 6+) | Read More
Tina and Dalby are two Caribbean children who disobey their mother by straying too far from home. As a result, they encounter a cocoya: an evil spirit that eats little boys. But thanks to Tina's quick thinking, the children are able to outwit the cocoya and return home to mama. Vibrantly animated, Mind Me Good Now! is rooted in a long lineage of Trinidadian storytellers, whose tales have always had a built-in moral compass to guide children. | Read MoreAnimation
In this unique tribute to the great filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, his daughter Isabella collaborates with cinephile par excellence Guy Maddin to create a loving and very personal portrait. A Zeitgeist release. Followed by the screening of a new archival print of either Rossellini's The Flowers of St. Francis (1950). | Read MoreDocumentary
Guy Maddin's (The Saddest Music in the World ) self-described "docufantasia" on his wintry hometown blurs facts and fictions, childhood memories and outlandish hand-me-down tales in the acclaimed auteur's dreamy, hyper-stylized fashion. | Read More
In this dark indie comedy, Matthew Perry stars as Hudson, a love-struck screenwriter suffering from acute depersonalization disorder-which makes chronic depression seem like a walk in the park by comparison. When Hudson falls for the girl of his dreams, he must put himself through every therapy imaginable to win her love.
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