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We are all part of the same story. A feature-length documentary about the complexity of human migration and how this affects two friends in their day-to-day lives. "A heart-driven, superlatively human tale." -The Sound View

Love hurts! After bonding over their mutual dislike of grapes, a manicurist and a strip club owner discover another commonality: they're both bloodthirsty serial killers.

It's New Year's Eve, and everyone thinks that Marta and Jorge are the perfect couple. Too perfect. "Some of the most beautiful sequences in recent Portuguese cinema." -c7nema

Idling afternoons and psychedelic moods immersed in music provide an adrenaline rush for drifting youth in Lisbon. "A strong and mysterious homage to youth." -Cineuropa

Brian Scott Pfeifle changes his name to Felix, enters psychoanalysis and sets out to befriend Archduke Otto von Habsburg. "An eccentric character study that is as colourful and personable as its subject is." -Cinemablographer

An intriguing look into the lives of young lesbians in Los Angeles who share their experiences through interviews and poetry. A fresh take on documentary storytelling.

Examines the creative and commercial value of musical sampling and related debates over artistic expression and copyright law, while tracing the rise of hip-hop from the urban streets of New York. "Exceptionally smart and energetic." -PopMatters

A modern horror omnibus inspired by the over-the-top shocks of Paris' early 20th century Theatre du Grand Guignol, including six bizarre tales from seven of horror's most transgressive filmmakers. "One of the best horror anthologies of all time." -Paste

CONCRETE CIRCUS brings together the biggest action sports stars in extreme BMX stunt games, skateboarding games, and parkour. "An extravaganza of breathtaking, death-defying and often enormously beautiful feats." -The Sunday Telegraph

A girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists, and she plunges into a dark world of earth-shattering cosmological secrets. "A mesmerizing and sexy head trip." -Geek Monthly

A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Based on a true story. "Confidently balances between emotional immersion and reporting from outside." -Kino Zeit

What happens to art in the Internet age? A documentary on the evolving relationship between contemporary art, audience and digital technology. "Puts together two opposing thoughts, leading to new thoughts." -art4d

The man is Henry Miller and the room is his bathroom, where the author soliloquizes about life, writing, sex, spirituality, nightmares, and New York. "An intimate portrayal of a man who lived openly." -Quotes Yes

A carefree young Rastafarian is prompted to go on a search for his father, who he never met, in Cape Verde, and finds his roots. FIPRESCI and Sophia Award Winner.

A wealthy New York playboy prone to eccentricity and mischief dies unexpectedly, and his socialite friends are summoned for a viewing of his video will. "A tone-deaf riff on social manners and class mores." Screen Space

A woman's journey to and across the soul-destroying chasm between veterans and others. Endorsed by the Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences, Returning Veterans Project, and other organizations.

Two women embark on a love affair. Iva is desperately in love, then her father appears. Hedi feels strongly attached. Winner of a Bavarian Film Prize, Best New Director, and other awards.

Home is where the hurt is. Lily finds herself in the living room, staring at four dead bodies. "Brilliant, and highlights how people can hide who they are and the lies that photos can tell." -Bloody Disgusting

Three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist in this magical neorealist fable set in a coastal village Haiti, five years after a devastating earthquake. Haiti's first-ever submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Film category.

Fanni has had enough of money and Anna has had enough of pigs. They embark on a Marxist adventure. "Any allegorical interpretations are as open-ended as Bettina Köster’s slamming techno-pop score is emphatic." -Variety

The fight for Lithuanian independence in 1991 gave a group of young men the chance to be heroes. "Perfect for any child that loves war games." -BB Reviews

Eight years after a grisly murder on a Macao beach, kids discover the severed hands of a fresh victim. Suspicion falls on the new owner of Eight Immortals Restaurant. "A wicked delight" -A Nutshell

In an age devoid of memory and truth, a man encounters his soulmate in the BLUE DESERT. Winner of multiple awards and based on Yoko Ono's first art book, Grapefruit.

A felonious baker, a grave-digging hermit, and a tiny white goat color this journey of love, destiny and dairy products. "An accomplished, beautifully shot, directed and musically scored art comedy." -Austin American-Statesman

Anonymous men strip down and reveal themselves physically and emotionally, talking about their relationship to their penises. "A surprisingly effective way of dealing with the subject..." -Big Gay Picture Show

A fortune teller works out of her century-old house removing clients' aches and pains, advising gamblers, and channeling cranky spirits for a quick check in with their loved ones. Featuring original music by Califone. "Embodies art house." -Stark Insider

WITKIN AND WITKIN explores the worlds of identical twins, Joel-Peter, a world famous photographer and Jerome, a painter. "A profound meditation on art and an excellent dual-biopic." -Hammer to Nail

A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad. "Both haunting and haunted, a palpably realized fever dream of a film." -Caribbean Beat

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Estera, a middle class Jewish girl in Bucharest, has to make a choice between pursuing a job with a nouveau riche thug or joining her mother in Israel. "Present[s] the drama of everyday life." -World Socialist

November 1870. Spanish Courts elect the Italian Amadeo de Savoy as the King of Spain with a paltry 191 votes. His reign will be short. "Gilded, absurd tableaux provide surreal non-sequiturs, and glam images which luxuriate in sun and shadow." -The Arts Desk

Love hurts! After bonding over their mutual dislike of grapes, a manicurist and a strip club owner discover another commonality: they're both bloodthirsty serial killers.

A felonious baker, a grave-digging hermit, and a tiny white goat color this journey of love, destiny and dairy products. "An accomplished, beautifully shot, directed and musically scored art comedy." -Austin American-Statesman

A bizarre tale of government skullduggery, satanic killings, zodiacal mayhem and messianic horror! Also known as SUICIDE CULT and once labelled a UK "Video Nasty." Starring Playboy centerfold Monica Tidwell.

Brian Scott Pfeifle changes his name to Felix, enters psychoanalysis and sets out to befriend Archduke Otto von Habsburg. "An eccentric character study that is as colourful and personable as its subject is." -Cinemablographer

In 1995, legendary director Bruno Mattei stunned the civilized world with the ultimate sharksploitation saga. Released in some countries as JAWS 5. "A level of cinematic thievery never experienced before." -B-Movie Film Vault

A romantic young writer, struggling financially in London, escapes to his birthplace, the rural mountain town of Siatista, where his imaginative father died under mysterious circumstances. If houses dreamt, who would wake them?

A girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists, and she plunges into a dark world of earth-shattering cosmological secrets. "A mesmerizing and sexy head trip." -Geek Monthly

A family discovers their new house is occupied by a bloodthirsty monster that lives in the walls and pipes. "A rather solid indie creature feature" -Don's World of Horror and Exploitation

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VISIONARY HORROR

In 1995, legendary director Bruno Mattei stunned the civilized world with the ultimate sharksploitation saga. Released in some countries as JAWS 5. "A level of cinematic thievery never experienced before." -B-Movie Film Vault

A bizarre tale of government skullduggery, satanic killings, zodiacal mayhem and messianic horror! Also known as SUICIDE CULT and once labelled a UK "Video Nasty." Starring Playboy centerfold Monica Tidwell.

Strange things are happening in Druid Hills, Kentucky. People say there are "large Great White sharks swimming in the corn stalks!" Meanwhile, a serial killer is on the loose.

A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Based on a true story. "Confidently balances between emotional immersion and reporting from outside." -Kino Zeit

A family discovers their new house is occupied by a bloodthirsty monster that lives in the walls and pipes. "A rather solid indie creature feature" -Don's World of Horror and Exploitation

An American tourist couple travels to Chiapas, Mexico, where they have a life changing encounter with a shape-shifting witch.

A young defector meets a lost soul who joins him in his getaway. They're trailed by an old man who's sent by the system to track them down and seize them, dead or alive.

Eight years after a grisly murder on a Macao beach, kids discover the severed hands of a fresh victim. Suspicion falls on the new owner of Eight Immortals Restaurant. "A wicked delight" -A Nutshell

A bumbling young film crew, shooting a low-budget horror in an abandoned orphanage, discovers that a family of sadistic killers has rewritten their script.

Two young women working the night shift at a secluded gas station unwittingly become the stars of a terrifying livestream show on the dark web. "Horror in its rawest form." -Nerdly

An aging porn star agrees to participate in an "art film," only to discover that he's been drafted into making one of the harshest films ever made. "An astounding bold piece of work" -Twitch Film

A grueling shocker from sex & sleaze maestro Joe D'Amato that still stands as perhaps the most controversial - and extreme - spaghetti splatter epic of them all. "Seriously creepy" -Cool Ass Cinema

Home is where the hurt is. Lily finds herself in the living room, staring at four dead bodies. "Brilliant, and highlights how people can hide who they are and the lies that photos can tell." -Bloody Disgusting

A mind-bending portrait of Mexico City, reflected in a series of dark, grotesque, sordid, and violent misfit characters. "A Dante’s Inferno of a retro-horror fantasy" -B&S About Movies

A modern horror omnibus inspired by the over-the-top shocks of Paris' early 20th century Theatre du Grand Guignol, including six bizarre tales from seven of horror's most transgressive filmmakers. "One of the best horror anthologies of all time." -Paste

A romantic young writer, struggling financially in London, escapes to his birthplace, the rural mountain town of Siatista, where his imaginative father died under mysterious circumstances. If houses dreamt, who would wake them?

A married couple decides to spend a weekend in a remote cabin, but their romantic getaway takes a turn for the worst, when a seething suspicion turns into pure madness. "A twist that shocks the senses." –HorrorTalk

Love hurts! After bonding over their mutual dislike of grapes, a manicurist and a strip club owner discover another commonality: they're both bloodthirsty serial killers.

Twenty-five years after the "Camp Murder" massacre, Tommy Heller has escaped from the mental institution to return to the camp where it all started. From cult legend Mark Polonia.

Mary witnesses the brutal suicide of her Father. The End of Days is upon the world; famine, drought, looting, and chaos are ripping the world apart, but what is the Holy Church actually doing? "Better than The Exorcist." -House of Tortured Souls

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GLOBAL CINEMA

November 1870. Spanish Courts elect the Italian Amadeo de Savoy as the King of Spain with a paltry 191 votes. His reign will be short. "Gilded, absurd tableaux provide surreal non-sequiturs, and glam images which luxuriate in sun and shadow." -The Arts Desk

After being smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago, an illegal Chinese immigrant discovers the true cost of her passage. "Offers a focused look at the lives of people who would otherwise go unnoticed. -Keeping it Reel

A dispossessed drug dealer and his derelict companions are part of a cool generation that confronts cultural decay in the back alleys of a city in Colombia. "A uniquely beautiful and soulful study of a small part of the underbelly of the underworld in Medellin." -Indiewire

A portrait of neoliberal ideology imposing its dictates throughout the world. Behind the smokescreen, what's really going on? "It’s not the conservative part of neoconservative that's scary— it’s the neo." -The Georgia Straight

Three Hip Hop activists from Brazil, Chile, and Cuba are convinced that the movement behind their music can change the world. "A sharp, engaging documentary." -Pop Matters

Twelve-year-old Jaya is sent to his father, who works as a supervisor on a jermal, a fishing platform perched on log stilts in the middle of the sea. "If this is the new face of the Indonesian film industry, it deserves a standing ovation." -Jakarta Globe

Icelandic politicians and businesses try to lure aluminum production to the island country. "Offers impassioned visual and rhetorical arguments [and] historical perspective." -Variety

A carefree young Rastafarian is prompted to go on a search for his father, who he never met, in Cape Verde, and finds his roots. FIPRESCI and Sophia Award Winner.

Dreams are the sturdiest vessels for twenty-somethings Ali and Eda, landlocked in the shipyards of Istanbul. "Lovingly crafted with excellent direction and editing." -DVD Compare

The fight for Lithuanian independence in 1991 gave a group of young men the chance to be heroes. "Perfect for any child that loves war games." -BB Reviews

A psychopath seeking revenge on a small town mayor steals a mega-bomb and plans to blow up a dam and drown the town. Made during Apartheid in South Africa.

Home is where the hurt is. Lily finds herself in the living room, staring at four dead bodies. "Brilliant, and highlights how people can hide who they are and the lies that photos can tell." -Bloody Disgusting

A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad. "Both haunting and haunted, a palpably realized fever dream of a film." -Caribbean Beat

An aging porn star agrees to participate in an "art film," only to discover that he's been drafted into making one of the harshest films ever made. "An astounding bold piece of work" -Twitch Film

A creative documentary on writing history to solidify peace in a post-civil war society. "Casts a cool eye on the oddly surreal social landscape of the country after years of civil war." -The Progressive Magazine

What happens to art in the Internet age? A documentary on the evolving relationship between contemporary art, audience and digital technology. "Puts together two opposing thoughts, leading to new thoughts." -art4d

Two women embark on a love affair. Iva is desperately in love, then her father appears. Hedi feels strongly attached. Winner of a Bavarian Film Prize, Best New Director, and other awards.

Eight years after a grisly murder on a Macao beach, kids discover the severed hands of a fresh victim. Suspicion falls on the new owner of Eight Immortals Restaurant. "A wicked delight" -A Nutshell

A romantic young writer, struggling financially in London, escapes to his birthplace, the rural mountain town of Siatista, where his imaginative father died under mysterious circumstances. If houses dreamt, who would wake them?

A mind-bending portrait of Mexico City, reflected in a series of dark, grotesque, sordid, and violent misfit characters. "A Dante’s Inferno of a retro-horror fantasy" -B&S About Movies

In an age devoid of memory and truth, a man encounters his soulmate in the BLUE DESERT. Winner of multiple awards and based on Yoko Ono's first art book, Grapefruit.

The story of a generation's disillusionment and radicalization, set in the fervent years of the Greek economy's collapse. "Punchy, difficult, allegorically urgent Greek tragedy." -Indiewire

Three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist in this magical neorealist fable set in a coastal village Haiti, five years after a devastating earthquake. Haiti's first-ever submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Film category.

Iranian-American artist Moosa Harooni transforms seashells into heartfelt miniature sculptures of legendary characters, kings and poets, and ordinary people.

A young defector meets a lost soul who joins him in his getaway. They're trailed by an old man who's sent by the system to track them down and seize them, dead or alive.

Fanni has had enough of money and Anna has had enough of pigs. They embark on a Marxist adventure. "Any allegorical interpretations are as open-ended as Bettina Köster’s slamming techno-pop score is emphatic." -Variety

We are all part of the same story. A feature-length documentary about the complexity of human migration and how this affects two friends in their day-to-day lives. "A heart-driven, superlatively human tale." -The Sound View

Two young adults in Shanghai, living separate lives, do what they can to break out of their postmodern loneliness. "You might call this Still Life with Cell Phones.” -Video Librarian

It's New Year's Eve, and everyone thinks that Marta and Jorge are the perfect couple. Too perfect. "Some of the most beautiful sequences in recent Portuguese cinema." -c7nema

Estera, a middle class Jewish girl in Bucharest, has to make a choice between pursuing a job with a nouveau riche thug or joining her mother in Israel. "Present[s] the drama of everyday life." -World Socialist

A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Based on a true story. "Confidently balances between emotional immersion and reporting from outside." -Kino Zeit

Unresolved conflicts force Juana to revisit long-kept emotions after she runs into her ex-boyfriend during her annual religious pilgrimage. "A minimalist tale in a seldom-filmed setting." -Roger's Movie Nation

A modern horror omnibus inspired by the over-the-top shocks of Paris' early 20th century Theatre du Grand Guignol, including six bizarre tales from seven of horror's most transgressive filmmakers. "One of the best horror anthologies of all time." -Paste

Idling afternoons and psychedelic moods immersed in music provide an adrenaline rush for drifting youth in Lisbon. "A strong and mysterious homage to youth." -Cineuropa

WITKIN AND WITKIN explores the worlds of identical twins, Joel-Peter, a world famous photographer and Jerome, a painter. "A profound meditation on art and an excellent dual-biopic." -Hammer to Nail

A film-within-a-film exploring the body in motion, frame by frame. The sensation one gets is of tension... expectation... shock, while the glorious, trenchant music of R. Murray Schafer further adds to the intense "high" of the film.

A bold vérité documentary and feel-good portrait of a sprightly 75-year-old priest who tends to 20+ villages in the idyllic French Pyrénées. "Leisurely but engrossing, often touching, and in the end surprising." -Video Librarian

When Mama Peace is diagnosed with breast cancer, she struggles to raise funds for treatment, make ends meet, and hold onto her Christian faith. "A powerful and one-of-a-kind story." -eelive

Lola believes there's more to life than just volleyball and investigates the possibility of attending university after school. Made during Apartheid in South Africa

Three teenage boys on a summertime camping adventure become aware of strange events and items gone missing from their campsite. Made during Apartheid in South Africa

A mysterious young woman is obsessed with Armenia and the archeology of the mental layers that represent identity. She documents her obsession through interviews with various individuals about their encounters with the protagonist, blurring the lines between truth and fiction.

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DARING DRAMAS

November 1870. Spanish Courts elect the Italian Amadeo de Savoy as the King of Spain with a paltry 191 votes. His reign will be short. "Gilded, absurd tableaux provide surreal non-sequiturs, and glam images which luxuriate in sun and shadow." -The Arts Desk

Dreams are the sturdiest vessels for twenty-somethings Ali and Eda, landlocked in the shipyards of Istanbul. "Lovingly crafted with excellent direction and editing." -DVD Compare

Unresolved conflicts force Juana to revisit long-kept emotions after she runs into her ex-boyfriend during her annual religious pilgrimage. "A minimalist tale in a seldom-filmed setting." -Roger's Movie Nation

An American tourist couple travels to Chiapas, Mexico, where they have a life changing encounter with a shape-shifting witch.

It's New Year's Eve, and everyone thinks that Marta and Jorge are the perfect couple. Too perfect. "Some of the most beautiful sequences in recent Portuguese cinema." -c7nema

A carefree young Rastafarian is prompted to go on a search for his father, who he never met, in Cape Verde, and finds his roots. FIPRESCI and Sophia Award Winner.

A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Based on a true story. "Confidently balances between emotional immersion and reporting from outside." -Kino Zeit

A dispossessed drug dealer and his derelict companions are part of a cool generation that confronts cultural decay in the back alleys of a city in Colombia. "A uniquely beautiful and soulful study of a small part of the underbelly of the underworld in Medellin." -Indiewire

When an idealistic grade school teacher finds out that children in her school are going hungry - thanks to federal cutbacks - it compels her to do things she wouldn't have thought she could do. "Hungry is a little gem, and so important" - Artemis Women In Action Film Festival

After being smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago, an illegal Chinese immigrant discovers the true cost of her passage. "Offers a focused look at the lives of people who would otherwise go unnoticed. -Keeping it Reel

When Mama Peace is diagnosed with breast cancer, she struggles to raise funds for treatment, make ends meet, and hold onto her Christian faith. "A powerful and one-of-a-kind story." -eelive

Idling afternoons and psychedelic moods immersed in music provide an adrenaline rush for drifting youth in Lisbon. "A strong and mysterious homage to youth." -Cineuropa

Two women embark on a love affair. Iva is desperately in love, then her father appears. Hedi feels strongly attached. Winner of a Bavarian Film Prize, Best New Director, and other awards.

To win back his girlfriend, Paul decides to make a film about his love life, job, and all the funny things that happen behind the scenes at the casting agency! "Bold, progressive and brave." -SPL!NG

A romantic young writer, struggling financially in London, escapes to his birthplace, the rural mountain town of Siatista, where his imaginative father died under mysterious circumstances. If houses dreamt, who would wake them?

Two young adults in Shanghai, living separate lives, do what they can to break out of their postmodern loneliness. "You might call this Still Life with Cell Phones.” -Video Librarian

A weary young drug addict clings to a once hopeful life, amidst the sweat and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida.

Three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist in this magical neorealist fable set in a coastal village Haiti, five years after a devastating earthquake. Haiti's first-ever submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Film category.

A girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists, and she plunges into a dark world of earth-shattering cosmological secrets. "A mesmerizing and sexy head trip." -Geek Monthly

A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad. "Both haunting and haunted, a palpably realized fever dream of a film." -Caribbean Beat

Twelve-year-old Jaya is sent to his father, who works as a supervisor on a jermal, a fishing platform perched on log stilts in the middle of the sea. "If this is the new face of the Indonesian film industry, it deserves a standing ovation." -Jakarta Globe

In an age devoid of memory and truth, a man encounters his soulmate in the BLUE DESERT. Winner of multiple awards and based on Yoko Ono's first art book, Grapefruit.

Home is where the hurt is. Lily finds herself in the living room, staring at four dead bodies. "Brilliant, and highlights how people can hide who they are and the lies that photos can tell." -Bloody Disgusting

A fortune teller works out of her century-old house removing clients' aches and pains, advising gamblers, and channeling cranky spirits for a quick check in with their loved ones. Featuring original music by Califone. "Embodies art house." -Stark Insider

A wealthy New York playboy prone to eccentricity and mischief dies unexpectedly, and his socialite friends are summoned for a viewing of his video will. "A tone-deaf riff on social manners and class mores." Screen Space

Estera, a middle class Jewish girl in Bucharest, has to make a choice between pursuing a job with a nouveau riche thug or joining her mother in Israel. "Present[s] the drama of everyday life." -World Socialist

A felonious baker, a grave-digging hermit, and a tiny white goat color this journey of love, destiny and dairy products. "An accomplished, beautifully shot, directed and musically scored art comedy." -Austin American-Statesman

Fanni has had enough of money and Anna has had enough of pigs. They embark on a Marxist adventure. "Any allegorical interpretations are as open-ended as Bettina Köster’s slamming techno-pop score is emphatic." -Variety

The story of a generation's disillusionment and radicalization, set in the fervent years of the Greek economy's collapse. "Punchy, difficult, allegorically urgent Greek tragedy." -Indiewire

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EYE-OPENING DOCUMENTARIES

We are all part of the same story. A feature-length documentary about the complexity of human migration and how this affects two friends in their day-to-day lives. "A heart-driven, superlatively human tale." -The Sound View

Brian Scott Pfeifle changes his name to Felix, enters psychoanalysis and sets out to befriend Archduke Otto von Habsburg. "An eccentric character study that is as colourful and personable as its subject is." -Cinemablographer

A group of Texas women band together to resurrect roller derby for the 21st century. Join their revolution. "Adrenaline-fueled highs, heartbreaking lows, and lots of chicks in short skirts kicking the shit out of each other." -The Onion A/V Club

An intriguing look into the lives of young lesbians in Los Angeles who share their experiences through interviews and poetry. A fresh take on documentary storytelling.

CONCRETE CIRCUS brings together the biggest action sports stars in extreme BMX stunt games, skateboarding games, and parkour. "An extravaganza of breathtaking, death-defying and often enormously beautiful feats." -The Sunday Telegraph

CANDYMAN tells the amazing true story of David Klein who came up with the concept of Jelly Belly jellybeans."Compelling, entertaining and most of all full of heart." -Neato Coolville

When heavily armed campus police broke into the University of Florida campus apartment of disabled and unarmed Ghanaian doctoral student Kofi Adu-Brempong and, within a minute of entry, shot him in the face, his life was forever changed.

The fight for Lithuanian independence in 1991 gave a group of young men the chance to be heroes. "Perfect for any child that loves war games." -BB Reviews

Iranian-American artist Moosa Harooni transforms seashells into heartfelt miniature sculptures of legendary characters, kings and poets, and ordinary people.

Three Hip Hop activists from Brazil, Chile, and Cuba are convinced that the movement behind their music can change the world. "A sharp, engaging documentary." -Pop Matters

Examines the creative and commercial value of musical sampling and related debates over artistic expression and copyright law, while tracing the rise of hip-hop from the urban streets of New York. "Exceptionally smart and energetic." -PopMatters

A woman's journey to and across the soul-destroying chasm between veterans and others. Endorsed by the Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences, Returning Veterans Project, and other organizations.

Weaving together natural history and biography, A Life Among Whales delves deeply into the unique relationship between humans and whales as told by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne.

What happens to art in the Internet age? A documentary on the evolving relationship between contemporary art, audience and digital technology. "Puts together two opposing thoughts, leading to new thoughts." -art4d

A bold vérité documentary and feel-good portrait of a sprightly 75-year-old priest who tends to 20+ villages in the idyllic French Pyrénées. "Leisurely but engrossing, often touching, and in the end surprising." -Video Librarian

THE EYES OF ME presents an extraordinary look at four blind teenagers, two freshmen and two seniors at the Texas School for the Blind in Austin. An Emmy nominated documentary.

An experiential introduction to Shakespeare Award-winning poet Mandy Kahn and the process behind her immersive, performative, peace-building poems. "A sun-powered X-ray into the process of a great artist." - PEN Award-winning author Mitch Horowitz

A definitive look at one of the greatest visionaries of the Gilded Age, Edith Wharton. Includes the only known film footage of Wharton in existence. "An obscure but fascinating documentary." -The Arts Fuse

The man is Henry Miller and the room is his bathroom, where the author soliloquizes about life, writing, sex, spirituality, nightmares, and New York. "An intimate portrayal of a man who lived openly." -Quotes Yes

Say hello to Hollywood outcast, best-selling author and chronicler of the rich and famous, Dominick Dunne. "Demonstrates... how the creative urge is something that refuses to age along with the body." -The Age

A creative documentary on writing history to solidify peace in a post-civil war society. "Casts a cool eye on the oddly surreal social landscape of the country after years of civil war." -The Progressive Magazine

A portrait of neoliberal ideology imposing its dictates throughout the world. Behind the smokescreen, what's really going on? "It’s not the conservative part of neoconservative that's scary— it’s the neo." -The Georgia Straight

WITKIN AND WITKIN explores the worlds of identical twins, Joel-Peter, a world famous photographer and Jerome, a painter. "A profound meditation on art and an excellent dual-biopic." -Hammer to Nail

Icelandic politicians and businesses try to lure aluminum production to the island country. "Offers impassioned visual and rhetorical arguments [and] historical perspective." -Variety

Anonymous men strip down and reveal themselves physically and emotionally, talking about their relationship to their penises. "A surprisingly effective way of dealing with the subject..." -Big Gay Picture Show

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SOCIALLY RELEVANT

Unresolved conflicts force Juana to revisit long-kept emotions after she runs into her ex-boyfriend during her annual religious pilgrimage. "A minimalist tale in a seldom-filmed setting." -Roger's Movie Nation

A bold vérité documentary and feel-good portrait of a sprightly 75-year-old priest who tends to 20+ villages in the idyllic French Pyrénées. "Leisurely but engrossing, often touching, and in the end surprising." -Video Librarian

Idling afternoons and psychedelic moods immersed in music provide an adrenaline rush for drifting youth in Lisbon. "A strong and mysterious homage to youth." -Cineuropa

We are all part of the same story. A feature-length documentary about the complexity of human migration and how this affects two friends in their day-to-day lives. "A heart-driven, superlatively human tale." -The Sound View

Three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist in this magical neorealist fable set in a coastal village Haiti, five years after a devastating earthquake. Haiti's first-ever submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Film category.

When Mama Peace is diagnosed with breast cancer, she struggles to raise funds for treatment, make ends meet, and hold onto her Christian faith. "A powerful and one-of-a-kind story." -eelive

Dreams are the sturdiest vessels for twenty-somethings Ali and Eda, landlocked in the shipyards of Istanbul. "Lovingly crafted with excellent direction and editing." -DVD Compare

A woman's journey to and across the soul-destroying chasm between veterans and others. Endorsed by the Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences, Returning Veterans Project, and other organizations.

Weaving together natural history and biography, A Life Among Whales delves deeply into the unique relationship between humans and whales as told by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne.

THE EYES OF ME presents an extraordinary look at four blind teenagers, two freshmen and two seniors at the Texas School for the Blind in Austin. An Emmy nominated documentary.

When heavily armed campus police broke into the University of Florida campus apartment of disabled and unarmed Ghanaian doctoral student Kofi Adu-Brempong and, within a minute of entry, shot him in the face, his life was forever changed.

CANDYMAN tells the amazing true story of David Klein who came up with the concept of Jelly Belly jellybeans."Compelling, entertaining and most of all full of heart." -Neato Coolville

Twelve-year-old Jaya is sent to his father, who works as a supervisor on a jermal, a fishing platform perched on log stilts in the middle of the sea. "If this is the new face of the Indonesian film industry, it deserves a standing ovation." -Jakarta Globe

A portrait of neoliberal ideology imposing its dictates throughout the world. Behind the smokescreen, what's really going on? "It’s not the conservative part of neoconservative that's scary— it’s the neo." -The Georgia Straight

An experiential introduction to Shakespeare Award-winning poet Mandy Kahn and the process behind her immersive, performative, peace-building poems. "A sun-powered X-ray into the process of a great artist." - PEN Award-winning author Mitch Horowitz

After being smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago, an illegal Chinese immigrant discovers the true cost of her passage. "Offers a focused look at the lives of people who would otherwise go unnoticed. -Keeping it Reel

The story of a generation's disillusionment and radicalization, set in the fervent years of the Greek economy's collapse. "Punchy, difficult, allegorically urgent Greek tragedy." -Indiewire

What happens to art in the Internet age? A documentary on the evolving relationship between contemporary art, audience and digital technology. "Puts together two opposing thoughts, leading to new thoughts." -art4d

Estera, a middle class Jewish girl in Bucharest, has to make a choice between pursuing a job with a nouveau riche thug or joining her mother in Israel. "Present[s] the drama of everyday life." -World Socialist

Icelandic politicians and businesses try to lure aluminum production to the island country. "Offers impassioned visual and rhetorical arguments [and] historical perspective." -Variety

Iranian-American artist Moosa Harooni transforms seashells into heartfelt miniature sculptures of legendary characters, kings and poets, and ordinary people.

Three Hip Hop activists from Brazil, Chile, and Cuba are convinced that the movement behind their music can change the world. "A sharp, engaging documentary." -Pop Matters

An intriguing look into the lives of young lesbians in Los Angeles who share their experiences through interviews and poetry. A fresh take on documentary storytelling.

Say hello to Hollywood outcast, best-selling author and chronicler of the rich and famous, Dominick Dunne. "Demonstrates... how the creative urge is something that refuses to age along with the body." -The Age

Fanni has had enough of money and Anna has had enough of pigs. They embark on a Marxist adventure. "Any allegorical interpretations are as open-ended as Bettina Köster’s slamming techno-pop score is emphatic." -Variety

Examines the creative and commercial value of musical sampling and related debates over artistic expression and copyright law, while tracing the rise of hip-hop from the urban streets of New York. "Exceptionally smart and energetic." -PopMatters

A creative documentary on writing history to solidify peace in a post-civil war society. "Casts a cool eye on the oddly surreal social landscape of the country after years of civil war." -The Progressive Magazine

A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad. "Both haunting and haunted, a palpably realized fever dream of a film." -Caribbean Beat

WITKIN AND WITKIN explores the worlds of identical twins, Joel-Peter, a world famous photographer and Jerome, a painter. "A profound meditation on art and an excellent dual-biopic." -Hammer to Nail

A carefree young Rastafarian is prompted to go on a search for his father, who he never met, in Cape Verde, and finds his roots. FIPRESCI and Sophia Award Winner.

When an idealistic grade school teacher finds out that children in her school are going hungry - thanks to federal cutbacks - it compels her to do things she wouldn't have thought she could do. "Hungry is a little gem, and so important" - Artemis Women In Action Film Festival

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MUST-SEE INDIES

WITKIN AND WITKIN explores the worlds of identical twins, Joel-Peter, a world famous photographer and Jerome, a painter. "A profound meditation on art and an excellent dual-biopic." -Hammer to Nail

To win back his girlfriend, Paul decides to make a film about his love life, job, and all the funny things that happen behind the scenes at the casting agency! "Bold, progressive and brave." -SPL!NG

A romantic young writer, struggling financially in London, escapes to his birthplace, the rural mountain town of Siatista, where his imaginative father died under mysterious circumstances. If houses dreamt, who would wake them?

A dispossessed drug dealer and his derelict companions are part of a cool generation that confronts cultural decay in the back alleys of a city in Colombia. "A uniquely beautiful and soulful study of a small part of the underbelly of the underworld in Medellin." -Indiewire

An American tourist couple travels to Chiapas, Mexico, where they have a life changing encounter with a shape-shifting witch.

Brian Scott Pfeifle changes his name to Felix, enters psychoanalysis and sets out to befriend Archduke Otto von Habsburg. "An eccentric character study that is as colourful and personable as its subject is." -Cinemablographer

We are all part of the same story. A feature-length documentary about the complexity of human migration and how this affects two friends in their day-to-day lives. "A heart-driven, superlatively human tale." -The Sound View

The man is Henry Miller and the room is his bathroom, where the author soliloquizes about life, writing, sex, spirituality, nightmares, and New York. "An intimate portrayal of a man who lived openly." -Quotes Yes

In an age devoid of memory and truth, a man encounters his soulmate in the BLUE DESERT. Winner of multiple awards and based on Yoko Ono's first art book, Grapefruit.

An experiential introduction to Shakespeare Award-winning poet Mandy Kahn and the process behind her immersive, performative, peace-building poems. "A sun-powered X-ray into the process of a great artist." - PEN Award-winning author Mitch Horowitz

Three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist in this magical neorealist fable set in a coastal village Haiti, five years after a devastating earthquake. Haiti's first-ever submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Film category.

After being smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago, an illegal Chinese immigrant discovers the true cost of her passage. "Offers a focused look at the lives of people who would otherwise go unnoticed. -Keeping it Reel

A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Based on a true story. "Confidently balances between emotional immersion and reporting from outside." -Kino Zeit

A wealthy New York playboy prone to eccentricity and mischief dies unexpectedly, and his socialite friends are summoned for a viewing of his video will. "A tone-deaf riff on social manners and class mores." Screen Space

A gothic punk Caribbean love story arises in the ruins of a coconut plantation in rural Trinidad. "Both haunting and haunted, a palpably realized fever dream of a film." -Caribbean Beat

A girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists, and she plunges into a dark world of earth-shattering cosmological secrets. "A mesmerizing and sexy head trip." -Geek Monthly

November 1870. Spanish Courts elect the Italian Amadeo de Savoy as the King of Spain with a paltry 191 votes. His reign will be short. "Gilded, absurd tableaux provide surreal non-sequiturs, and glam images which luxuriate in sun and shadow." -The Arts Desk

Two women embark on a love affair. Iva is desperately in love, then her father appears. Hedi feels strongly attached. Winner of a Bavarian Film Prize, Best New Director, and other awards.

Fanni has had enough of money and Anna has had enough of pigs. They embark on a Marxist adventure. "Any allegorical interpretations are as open-ended as Bettina Köster’s slamming techno-pop score is emphatic." -Variety

It's New Year's Eve, and everyone thinks that Marta and Jorge are the perfect couple. Too perfect. "Some of the most beautiful sequences in recent Portuguese cinema." -c7nema

A fortune teller works out of her century-old house removing clients' aches and pains, advising gamblers, and channeling cranky spirits for a quick check in with their loved ones. Featuring original music by Califone. "Embodies art house." -Stark Insider

CONCRETE CIRCUS brings together the biggest action sports stars in extreme BMX stunt games, skateboarding games, and parkour. "An extravaganza of breathtaking, death-defying and often enormously beautiful feats." -The Sunday Telegraph

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