A recently-married couple from divergent backgrounds is expecting their first child. Andy, born in Japan, is the son of Lutheran missionaries from the Midwest and Maital, born in Israel, is the daughter of Jewish Iraqi immigrants. Their committed relationship, fused in a global culture, requires constant negotiation between different values and belief systems. | Read More
Brazilian Nelson Freire is one of the best-kept secrets in the world of piano -- his mastery rivals Rachmaninov, Cortot, Hofmann, Rubinstein, and Gould. This marvelous documentary by Joao Moreira Salles, brother of renowned filmmaker Walter Salles, is a lovely portrait of a supremely talented but unusually private and humble man. | Read More
They say opposites attract. What about an Aryan Brother who falls for a black woman who thinks she's Adolf Hitler after their meeting in a mental institution? This seemingly impossible connection is the start of a love story unlike none other. Jeremy Renner and Gabrielle Union star in one of the most original romances of recent times.
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Full of style and wild humor, NEON FLESH is a high-energy crime thriller centered on Ricky, who wants to honor his prostitute mother by opening up a brothel, but fails to notice that it encroaches on the ruthless thug El Chino's domain. | Read MoreThriller
Bring the whole family to this free Family Day screening and introduce a new generation to Wolfgang Petersen's beloved classic fantasy adventure. Shy schoolboy Bastian Bux escapes his bullies through a magical book called The Neverending Story, and soon he's drawn into an incredible world of Rock Biters and Luck Dragons, Swamps of Sadness and a destructive force called The Nothing that threatens to destroy the entire kingdom of Fantasia. Delving into the story of young hero warrior Atreyu, Bastian discoveres that he may actually hold the key to rescuing Fantasia. | Read MoreFamily Friendly
In the tradition of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the action comedy New York Minute follows one monumental day in the lives of Jane and Roxanne Ryan (Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen), sister adversaries who begrudgingly journey together from their Long Island home to New York City. Pursued by an overzealous truant officer (Eugene Levy) and accused of kidnapping a Senator's dog, the Ryans must work together to thwart the forces threatening to jeopardize Jane's college dreams and ship Roxy off to a convent school.
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New York Says Thank You is an epic story following the journey of New Yorkers whose lives were touched by September 11 as they travel the country helping communities rebuild after disasters. Along the way, they face their emotions and ultimately triumph over tragedy through an idea that evolved from a five-year-old New York City boy. | Read MoreDocumentary
Revolving around Jesse, a 17-year-old surfer who treads the line between success and self-destruction, Newcastle saturates the senses with magnificent surfing footage and absorbs viewers in the fresh loves and personal tragedies of Jesse and his mates. | Read MoreDrama and Sports
When you get married, you're not just getting a husband or wife-you get the family, the friends, even the exes. With crackling humor and sharp insights into modern relationships, writer/director Edward Burns tracks a newly wedded couple whose honeymoon period is upended by the arrival of the husband's wild-child baby sister and the crumbling marriage of the wife's meddlesome sister. Burns, Caitlin FitzGerald, Max Baker, Marsha Dietlein Bennett, and Kerry Bishé star. | Read More
Having grown up in a tiny hardscrabble village in the Mexican highlands, Martin sets out for Mexico City to seek his own destiny, and to save his father and mother from the marginalization to which they seem destined. An impressively crafted and moving first feature.
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