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At the conclusion of the Marrakech/Tribeca Filmmaker Exchange in the fall of 2005, legendary Iranian filmmaker and master instructor Abbas Kiarostami called his 16 pupils, half from NYC's Hunter College and half from Morocco, the best master class he had ever taught. Here we present a selection of the students' creations. | Read More
Complete with a beastie from Jim Henson's Creature Shop, this adventure epic in the tradition of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial follows young Mac as he searches a remote Canadian lake for a mythical aquatic creature. Upon teaming up with the local Native Americans, Mac realizes that finding Mee Shee is only the beginning of his true adventure. (Ages 6+) | Read More
This subtle and comic political allegory focuses on four middle-class guys who pile into their car for a ski weekend (already a jolt to Western expectations about Iranian movies). A brief stop at a picturesque vista leads to their chance discovery of a prominent rock formation it seems would be oh so easy to tip over, but… | Read MoreComedy
Set in the heart of Ireland's bible belt, this explosive family drama takes a hard look at how religion brings families together and pulls them apart. After fulfilling his religious instruction, Preacher Gabriel returns to his hometown of Middletown and finds gambling, drinking, and sinning at every corner. Gabriel's prodigal brother Jim feels threatened by his brother's moral high ground. Should Gabriel save everyone in Middletown from eternal damnation? or is it Jim who should save Gabriel? | Read More
The Forgotten Ones celebrates the life's work of 93-year-old photographer Milton Rogovin, an optometrist who was blacklisted by the House Un-American Activities Committee in the 1950s and subsequently dedicated his life to photographing the residents of a depressed six-block area in his hometown of Buffalo, as well as other areas (including the Lower West Side). | Read MoreDocumentary
In Los Angeles, a bitchy, jaded, rich family set off an orgy of transgression and taboo-breaking. Certain family members decide to have sex, poison each other, and try against all odds to outfox the authorities in order to live sinfully ever after. Starring Alec Baldwin, Nikki Reed, Luke Wilson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jeff Goldblum, and Svetlana Metkina. | Read MoreComedy
In this unique tribute to the great filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, his daughter Isabella collaborates with cinephile par excellence Guy Maddin to create a loving and very personal portrait. A Zeitgeist release. Followed by the screening of a new archival print of either Rossellini's The Flowers of St. Francis (1950). | Read MoreDocumentary