In 2007 Before the Tracks are Lost on the Wind, director Renate Günter-Greene's tracking camera surveys remnants of the Dusseldorf train station where Jews were deported to concentration camps. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
Going one step beyond the sensual images of In the Mood for Love, Wong Kar Wai and D.P. Christopher Doyle create a dreamily lush, futuristic setting in which Tony Leung moves in and out of relationships with a series of beautiful women including Gong Li, Maggie Cheung, Ziyi Zhang and Faye Wong. A Sony Classics Pictures release. | Read More
What starts as a one night stand between Tom (Scott Speedman) and Dan (James Marsden) escalates into an intense psychological thriller in which the balance of power between captor and captive is never cut-and-dry. Piccirillo infuses this adaptation of his award-winning play with truths, lies, and assumptions that leave the audience struggling to decide whom to believe. | Read More
After the sudden loss of a bandmate, a distressed rock star hires a geeky grocery store clerk to drive him across the country. The vast American landscape--stunningly photographed--provides solace for this unlikely pair as they make their way to New York for the funeral.
Following the April 28th screening, American Express ® Cardmembers are invited to a complimentary after movie reception at the American Express Insider Center located at 27 Union Square West, Union Square Ballroom. Details to be provided at the theater! | Read MoreDrama, Female Director(s), Music
In this surreal morality tale, Frank (Adam Trese) measures success in Armani suits while his business partner Josh (Andrew McCarthy) is a hipster computer whiz trying to maintain a moral compass. When their business collapses, Frank moves back home to live with his parents, while Josh is forced to consider the unthinkable - getting a real job. Also featuring John Turturro. | Read More
To preserve their culture, the Pamir Kirghiz people have migrated across Central Asia from the U.S.S.R to China to Afghanistan to Pakistan and finally to remote eastern Turkey, but now they face the most serious threat to their traditions, globalization. Using a variety of techniques, this fascinating, at times comic doc, is as enjoyable as it is informative. | Read MoreDocumentary