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One evening, after work, Iwona buys a box of happiness in a strange discount store and has to decide what to do with it. Inspired by the myth of Pandora's box, Happiness is a straight-faced comedy about how the little things can make all the difference in a humdrum world. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Comedy
A typical American family goes to the beach. Their seemingly perfect life is turned upside-down when the mother Carol, who has long felt overlooked in her marriage, kisses a lifeguard and is caught by her husband. | Read More
From Tribeca Film. Revenge, honor and disgrace collide when a samurai’s request to commit ritual suicide leads to a tense showdown with his feudal lord. From cult auteur Takashi Miike (13 ASSASSINS). | Read More
This fascinating documentary follows unordained evangelical minister Justin Fatica on his quest to save America's soul. Fatica uses his Hard As Nails Ministry to promote the gospel to all Christian faiths and reach out to the MTV generation. His gruff style and unusual methods bring salvation to some, but seem troublesome to others.
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An imaginary landscape of colorful, animated elements derived entirely from one high-resolution photographic image of Colorado's Mount Sopris, the latest step in Clifford Ross' exploration of objective reality and subjective experience. | Read MoreAnimation
Symbolism and striking cinematography help us navigate the complicated landscape of a teenager’s mind in this insightful Kazakh film about violence among children. After enduring frequent humiliation at the hands of the class bully, thirteen-year-old Aslan snaps, triggering an intense psychological reaction. Emir Baigazin artfully explores the strength of the survival instinct when public life pushes us beyond our limits. | Read MoreDrama
Martin Scorsese, who chose this masterpiece of African cinema as one of the initial projects for his World Cinema Foundation, has said the film "has a particular kind of urgency which few pictures possess. This is the story of an entire people, and its collective longing for justice and good faith." | Read MoreDrama
Green's note-perfect homage to late '70s and early '80s slasher movies pits a deformed, hatchet-wielding baddie against a group of young Mardi Gras revelers on a "Haunted Swamp Tour." Filled with beer, beads, blood, and other bad things, Hatchet is sure to make you laugh and jump out of your seat at the same time. | Read MoreHorror and Comedy