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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS IN THE SECTION 'VIEWPOINTS'
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FLOWERS OF EVIL

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 99 minutes
  • Directed By: David Dusa
  • Country: France
Paris-Tehran. A rootless story of young love between Gecko, an Algerian-French hotel bellman and parkourer, and Anahita, an Iranian student forced to leave her country for her own safety after the controversial elections in 2009. Obsessed with tracking the political movement, Anahita's friends broadcast through YouTube and coordinate via Twitter. Romance and the Internet become the ground to explore histories lost and identity yet to be found. | Read More
Drama
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FOURTH DIMENSION

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 106 minutes
  • Directed By: Harmony Korine, Alexey Fedorchenko, and Jan Kwiecinski
  • Country: USA, Poland, Russia
A motivational speaker named Val Kilmer (played by Val Kilmer) delivers a sermon at a roller rink. A Russian scientist builds a time machine in his apartment. Four friends stumble upon an abandoned village in the Polish countryside. All are in search of the fourth dimension—whether they know it or not. Weird, ominous, cool, compelling: These three short films could only be inspired by the creative vision of Harmony Korine and Vice Media's Eddy Moretti. | Read More
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FRANCOPHRENIA (OR: DON'T KILL ME, I KNOW WHERE THE BABY IS)

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 70 minutes
  • Directed By: James Franco and Ian Olds
  • Country: USA
James Franco stunned the film world when he committed to a regular gig on General Hospital, but the Oscar-nominated actor had a clever trick up his sleeve. While shooting a key GH episode, Franco brought along a film crew. TFF award winner Ian Olds (Fixer, 2009) then repurposed Franco's behind-the-scenes footage into an experimental psychological thriller set amid the spectacle of a celebrity's escalating paranoia, creating a mind-bending exploration of identity. | Read More
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GNARR

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 96 minutes
  • Directed By: Gaukur Úlfarsson
  • Country: Iceland
You'll never see politics the same after this raucous documentary. Following his country's economic meltdown, acerbic Icelandic comedian Jon Gnarr launches his own political party, The Best Party. His platform? Free trips to Disneyland, more polar bears at the zoo, and refusing to work with anyone who doesn't watch The Wire. But when support for Gnarr's wacky mayoral bid surprisingly snowballs, what started out as a joke quickly captures the imagination of a nation desperate for a change. | Read More
Documentary
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GONE

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 85 minutes
  • Directed By: John Morning and Gretchen Morning
  • Country: USA
What would you do if you got a call that your grown son had mysteriously vanished while living abroad? In this riveting, confessional documentary, retired New York cop Kathy Gilleran describes her heartrending journey. In her search for her missing gay son in Vienna, Austria, Gilleran encounters a homophobic police force, unexpected discrepancies in the investigation, and suspicious circumstances. This is her story—a mother's determination to find truth or simply an answer. | Read More
Documentary
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GOOD LIFE

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 87 minutes
  • Directed By: Eva Mulvad
  • Country: Denmark
How do you cope with being broke after having lived a life of luxury and privilege? This is the fundamental question facing spoiled Anne Mette and her mother, a once-rich family now living off a small pension and struggling to adapt to their new situation in a coastal Portuguese hamlet. A Grey Gardens for the current financial era, The Good Life is a character study at turns touching and frustrating, but ultimately poignant. | Read More
Female Director(s) and Documentary
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HARMONY LESSONS

  • Release Year: 2013
  • Runtime: 115 minutes
  • Directed By: Emir Baigazin
  • Country: Germany and France
Symbolism and striking cinematography help us navigate the complicated landscape of a teenager’s mind in this insightful Kazakh film about violence among children. After enduring frequent humiliation at the hands of the class bully, thirteen-year-old Aslan snaps, triggering an intense psychological reaction. Emir Baigazin artfully explores the strength of the survival instinct when public life pushes us beyond our limits. | Read More
Drama
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HONEST LIAR

  • Release Year: 2014
  • Runtime: 93 minutes
  • Directed By: Tyler Measom and Justin Weinstein
  • Country: USA
Renowned magician James “The Amazing” Randi has been wowing audiences with his jaw-dropping illusions, escapes, and sleight of hand for over 50 years. Now he has made it his mission to expose the simple tricks charlatans have borrowed from magicians to swindle the masses. An Honest Liar chronicles Randi’s best debunkings, with a little help from interviewees including Penn Jillette, Bill Nye, and “Mythbuster” Adam Savage. | Read More
Documentary, NY Director(s), Returning Filmmaker, First Time Filmmaker
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HONEYMOON

  • Release Year: 2014
  • Runtime: 88 minutes
  • Directed By: Leigh Janiak
  • Country: USA
What begins as a happy honeymoon for Bea (Rose Leslie) and Paul (Harry Treadaway) takes a sinister turn when Bea disappears and is discovered the next day naked in the woods with no memory of how she got there. Soon, Bea begins an escalating shift from a carefree young woman to a cold, distant, and calculating one. Supernatural forces may be at work, but they uncannily echo anxieties that come with a new marriage in Leigh Janiak’s domestic drama. | Read More
Drama, Female Director(s), Horror, Thriller, Science Fiction, Female Screenwriter(s), First Time Filmmaker
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I WON'T COME BACK

Aloof graduate student Anya is on the run from the police when she encounters precocious and willful Kristina, an orphan determined to find her grandmother in Kazakhstan. The unlikely pair begin a harrowing and unpredictable odyssey, hitchhiking across the epic landscapes of Russia and its neighboring countries. I Won't Come Back is a visceral look at survival and a heartfelt exploration into the depths of friendship and the meaning of family. | Read More
Drama, Relationships, Female Screenwriter(s), Returning Filmmaker, Friendship
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