A documentary about director Casimir Nozkowski’s childhood home and how much of the past he could still see in it after he left. His story becomes a universal story about all childhood homes and the past lives and legacies of old buildings making room for new ones.
Screening in Shorts Program: City Limits | Read MoreDocumentary and New York
One of the most sexually explicit English-language films ever made outside the porn industry, Winterbottom's raw depiction of a brief encounter between a British glaciologist and a young American abroad, punctuated with concert footage of bands including the Dandy Warhols and Franz Ferdinand, searches for a relationship's truth in its physical expression. Explicit sexual content; for mature audiences only. A Tartan Films release. | Read More
Slipping through the predawn darkness over highways, through traffic and across the border, Palestinian construction workers go to work clandestinely in Israel every day. Haar's raw, handheld photography follows workers who build their own border shanty community to enter Israel more easily, with no choice but to risk their lives simply to earn a living. In Arabic. A Koch Lorber Release. | Read MoreDocumentary
The title of Grammy-winner Gloria Estefan's latest album, 90 Millas,
refers to the distance between Cuba and southern Florida, a region that
has become synonymous with Latin culture. At the core of that culture is
its music, and Gloria's husband Emilio captured the blood, sweat and
tears that went into the new record in this very intimate film about the
In this magical tale set in Uruguay, a cheerful and dynamic eleven-year-old named Obdulio sells newspapers and lives with his grandmother and two sisters. Everyone tries to convince him to go to school, but he proclaims his "working man" status. One night, he meets a watchman who is full of magical visions and gifts. Reminiscent of Cinema Paradiso and the films of Fellini, this gem for viewers of all ages is a celebration of life, the beauty of friendship, and the magic of knowledge.
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Two bickering neighbors are crippled in an accident involving an industrial machine. This unexpectedly hilarious depiction of their subsequent wheelchair odyssey is both the unlikeliest of road movies and an ode to the advantages, too little-explored these days, of both black-and-white CinemaScope and political incorrectness. In French. Á á | Read More
In the forests of Finnish Lapland, brothers Aarne and Lasse Aatsinki carry on the generations-old tradition of reindeer herding. These modern cowboys maintain an intricate bond with the environment that has allowed them to preserve their lifestyle in one of the harshest climates
imaginable. Jessica Oreck’s intimate, gorgeously lensed documentary follows the brothers for a year, sharing in the hard work, daily rituals and small joys that make up life above the Arctic Circle. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary