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Disoriented by her mother's death and resentful of her father's mistakes, a twentysomething woman in Los Angeles is searching for solid ground. Inspired by a new romance, she tries to help a reclusive hoarder get her life back on track, but soon gets entangled in an emotionally complex situation revealing more about herself than she might be ready for. Judy Marte (Raising Victor Vargas) and Karen Black star. | Read MoreDrama and Female Director(s)
Eel, violets, and chocolate. Espuma of calf brains and foie gras. They're the kind of hyper-modern dishes that made hotshot young chef Paul Liebrandt a fast-rising star in the NYC restaurant world. But after 9/11, when haute cuisine took a back seat to comfort food, Liebrandt would have to struggle for a decade in and out of the kitchen to get back to the top. A Matter of Taste mixes sumptuous food with an insider's view into the complicated relationships between critics, chefs, and restaurant owners. | Read MoreDocumentary
Experimental filmmaker and frequent TFF alum Bill Morrison combines newly shot aerial scenes that he filmed himself with historic found-footage images of the mining communities of Northeast England that he culled from the British national archives. Morrison creates a moving and formally elegant tribute to this vanished era of working-class life, enriched by an original score by avant-garde Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson. | Read MoreDocumentary
Join Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets on a delightful romp down the Great White Way! When the Muppets launch their musical Manhattan Melodies, they soon learn there is more to Broadway than the smell of grease paint and the roar of the crowd. Cleverly directed by Frank Oz—and featuring Dabney Coleman, Joan Rivers, Elliott Gould, Liza Minnelli, and Gregory Hines—The Muppets Take Manhattan is brimming with cuteness and fun for all ages!
Our family-friendly pre-show activities include face-painting, Muppet-themed trivia, sing-alongs, and fuzzy surprise guests! | Read More
When successful boxer Octavio falls in love with kitchen hand Hugo, they move from their small-town homes in the south of Chile to capital city Santiago to protect their taboo relationship. But when Hugo feels unexpected desire for co-worker Jennifer, Octavio is left heartbroken and throws himself into a high-stakes boxing match against all odds. A handsome cast and evocative cinematography offer a sexy, subtle film that evokes hits like The Wrestler and Brokeback Mountain. | Read MoreDrama and Sports
From Cédric Klapisch, director of 2002 hit L'Auberge Espagnole, comes a financial-era drama with a biting comic edge. When single mom France loses her factory job, she is forced to take a gig as a housekeeper and nanny for Steve, a hotshot Parisian stockbroker. As France and Steve grow closer, it seems both of their minds may be opening to each other's worldviews—until France makes an unsettling discovery about Steve and events snowball toward a shocking dramatic finale. | Read More
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
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
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