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Childhood neighbors Robert (Martin Donovan), a liberal playwright, and Gus (David Morse), a right-wing war vet and ex-con, experience an unusual reunion when Gus holds Robert hostage at gunpoint in this acclaimed film. | Read More
Identical twin boys come to Hollywood with the hope of making it big and end up playing twin sisters Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in front of Mann's Chinese Theater in this cautionary tale about the desperate need to be "somebody." | Read MoreComedy
John Malkovich gives a hilarious tour-de-force as Alan Conway, a conman who successfully passed himself off as the famed and notoriously reclusive director for the last decade or so of the filmmaker's life. Combining breathtaking chutzpah undeterred by a barely fleeting knowledge of Kubrick's work, Malkovich's Conway switches accents, costumes and mannerisms with sly delight. | Read MoreComedy
A ground-breaking 1960 docudrama set in Johannesburg under apartheid. The cast features musician Miriam Makeba and was directed by Rogosin, who filmed this tale of a Zulu migrant worker's plight without official permission or knowledge. A new archival restoration from the Cineteca di Bologna,funded by the Officina Cinema Sud-Est Foundation and carried out with the support of Anthology Film Archives, New York. In English and Afrikaans. | Read More
In this funny and unlikely buddy picture, a chance encounter brings together cheating husband Walter (Ray Liotta) and injured high-school football star Skylar (Shaun Sipos). An unlikely friendship develops, as Skylar helps Walter get his family back and Walter helps Skylar regain the confidence he needs to overcome his injury. | Read More
On the cusp of inheriting his father's estate, Swanson (Tim Heidecker, "Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!") is a man with unlimited options. An aging hipster in Brooklyn, he spends his days in aimless recreation with like-minded friends (“Tim & Eric” co-star Eric Wareheim, LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy and comedian Gregg Turkington a.k.a.“Neil Hamburger”) in games of comic irreverence and mock sincerity. | Read More
Teaming up with the veteran director for the seventh time, Isabelle Huppert turns in another bravura performance as a powerful examining magistrate on the trail of some corrupt big cheeses. Delighting in the permutations of human stupidity, the film is both a political thriller and a moral comedy. | Read More