This documentary follows two young gymnasts with unprecedented access, as they prepare for the Mass Games, one of North Korea's most important and elaborate events. Along with striking footage of the Games themselves, this eye-opening film also shows the daily lives of people in one of the world's most closed societies.
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When Yan'ni starts college she believes she is embarking on a new life away from her family-and she is, but not the new beginning she anticipates. Once at school, she immediately meets Muyu and falls in love with him. What she does not know is that from the moment he met her Muyu began an intricate deception that will lead to the loss of her child and the future she believes in. | Read More
Whoever thinks old style political machines no longer exist has not spent enough time in New Jersey. Curry's compelling documentary follows the 2002 mayoral campaign in which the energetic Cory Booker attempted to unseat longtime mayor Sharpe James. The 2004 presidential campaign was a love-fest compared to what happened in the streets of Newark.
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In this riveting documentary, the Johannesburg South African men who call themselves "Swenkas" compete for cash and prizes in an event that's part fashion show, part choreography, and part moral code. While they may work construction during the week, on the weekends the Swenkas get swanky in order to be judged for their suits, their moves, and their cleanliness. In Zulu and English | Read More
One of the most offbeat sequels in film history, Take 2 and a half was made 35 years after Take One. The sequel returns with Take One's original actors, playing the same married couple in the original Central Park location. Also includes contemporary comments from the crew, the director, and producer Steve Buscemi. | Read More
This eclectic documentary revisits the public access show Glenn O'Brien's TV Party that aired from 1978 to1982 and visually celebrated the explosive energy of New York's downtown arts scene. Includes show clips of TV Party regulars Fab Five Freddy, Jean Michel-Basquiat, and David Byrne, plus interviews with Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of Blondie. | Read MoreDocumentary
Noureddine is a second-generation Moroccan living in the northern France. His father dies, having never returned home, and the young man is obliged to accompany his father's body on its long journey homewards. France's most versatile young actor, Roschdy Zem gives another wonderful performance as a man struggling to comprehend a world with which he has had little prior contact. In Arabic. | Read More
Actress-turned-documentarian Sarah Bertrand has traveled the world asking film directors why and how. This documentary showcases answers from the likes of Youssef Chahine, Francis Ford Coppola, Larry Clark, Abel Ferrara, Emir Kusturica, and Jonas Mekas. | Read More
Like too many films of its era, Sydney Pollack 's first classic has become almost impossible to see on the big screen. Winner of five Oscars, it captured the grueling world of Depression-era dance marathons that Horace McCoy had created in his novel, bringing its characters to vivid life with an ensemble cast headed by Jane Fonda, Gig Young, Susannah York, Michael Sarrazin, Red Buttons, Bonnie Bedelia, and Bruce Dern. | Read More
After Sam (Peter Falk) discovers his wife of 47 years has left him, a road trip with his son Ben (Paul Reiser) helps the two tackle pent-up resentments and uncover family secrets that provide all the answers. This heartwarming dramedy also stars Olympia Dukakis and Elizabeth Perkins. | Read MoreComedy
In his senior year, high school basketball star Sebastian Telfair, cousin of Knicks player Stephon Marbury and brother of former Providence College player Jamel Thomas, has to take his Coney Island team to the championship, decide whether to attend college or go pro, secure an endorsement deal, and get his family out of the projects. A riveting, and real-life underdog story. | Read More
Three of the world's best directors combine to tell different stories, all set on a Rome-bound train. The characters connect through casual encounters and recount a story of love, chance, and sacrifice. With Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi (best actress, TFF 2003). In Italian and English | Read More