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The Sand Storm
The Sand Storm

沙尘暴
Dir. Jason Wishnow
(2014)    9 minutes

In the not-quite end-times, a world severely depleted of water strained the ordinary remnants to restore to extraordinary means.

Blood of the Vampires
Blood of the Vampires

Dugo ng vampira I Curse of the Vampires I Whisper to the Wind
Dir. Gerardo de León
(1971)    82 minutes

After the wealthy patriarch Escondero clan suffers a mysterious attack, they realize its long-dead matriarch in fact "lives" on as an undead bloodsucker chained in the basement thanks to "the power of Satan."

Tiger's Claw
Tiger's Claw

Der Tiger Akbar
Dir. Harry Piel
(1951)    71 minutes

Tiger love goes both ways in this late Harry Piel film set in the circus, with the blonde and perky Friedl Hardt refusing to put Akbar down even as he bares his teeth in a pique of animalistic jealousy when she gets engaged.

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear
Vic+Flo Saw a Bear

Vic+Flo ont vu un ours
Dir. Denis Côté
(2013)    95 minutes

Vic, a woman who has just been released from prison, is on the hunt for some peace and quiet. She moves into a relative’s house in the Canadian forest and receives a visit from her lover, Flo.

Cousin Jules
Cousin Jules

Le cousin Jules
Dir. Dominique Benicheti
(1972)    91 minutes

An ode to rural France and the simple joys of life, Dominique Benicheti's glorious masterpiece captures the daily routine and rituals of Jules, a blacksmith, living with his wife, Felice, on a small farm in the French countryside.

Redlegs
Redlegs

Dir. Brandon Harris
(2012)    66 minutes

After their childhood friend is murdered, friends Marco, Aaron and Wilbur return to their hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio to reunite for a weekend of mourning and soul searching.

Keep the Lights On
Keep the Lights On

Dir. Ira Sachs
(2012)    102 minutes

Director Ira Sachs chronicles an emotionally and sexually charged journey of two men in New York City through love, friendship and addiction.

Cartoon College
Cartoon College

Dir. Josh Melrod, Tara Wray
(2012)    76 minutes

Focusing on the struggle of students in an upstart Cartoon College, this engrossing doc makes it clear that the plight to perfect an art form and apply it to the real world is a struggle that is universal.

The Wall
The Wall

Die Wand
Dir. Julian Pölsler
(2012)    108 minutes

An unnamed woman suddenly finds herself cut off from all human contact when an invisible, unyielding wall inexplicably surrounds the countryside where she is vacationing.

One Wall
One Wall

Kings of Coney Island
Dir. Joe Glickman
(2013)    86 minutes

Following the most talented athletes you’ve never heard of as they vie for the coveted National One Wall Handball Championship title in 2011.

The Strange Little Cat
The Strange Little Cat

Das merkwürdige Kätzchen
Dir. Ramon Zürcher
(2013)    72 minutes

This sequence of family scenes in a Berlin flat creates a wondrous world of the everyday, assembling seemingly unspectacular details and snippets into an exciting choreography of everyday life.

Time Zero
Time Zero

Dir. Grant Hamilton
(2012)    94 minutes

An illuminating documentary that recalls the hey-day of Polaroid film and its impact on popular culture while shedding light on the changes currently transforming our media landscape.

Whiskey Priest
Whiskey Priest

Dir. Jennifer Shainin, Randy Walker
(2009)    16 minutes

According to local legend, a defrocked Episcopal priest lives in the mountains of northwestern Skagit County and takes confessions by mail, via a post office box in the sleepy town of Bow, Washington.

Happy People
Happy People

Dir. Werner Herzog, Dmitry Vasyukov
(2010)    94 minutes

Werner Herzog takes viewers on yet another unforgettable journey into remote and extreme natural landscapes in the heart of the Siberian Taiga.

Too Much Johnson
Too Much Johnson

Dir. Orson Welles
(1938)    34 minutes

Orson Welles' rediscovered footage from a theatrical production is a lively tribute to silent comedy and Keystone Kops chaos across the rooftops of New York City.

Lessons from the Night
Lessons from the Night

Dir. Adrian Francis
(2009)    8 minutes

This innovative documentary follows Maia, who reflects on life, work and toilet bowls on her nightly cleaning rounds through silent, empty spaces.

All Ghost Women Play the Theremin
All Ghost Women Play the Theremin

Dir. Jerzy Rose
(2009)    18 minutes

A glimpse into the life of Clara Rockmore, the early 20th Century musical prodigy and protégée of Leon Theremin, inventor of the electronic instrument which bears his name.

Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life
Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life

Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque)
Dir. Joann Sfar
(2010)    121 minutes

A completely original take on one of France's greatest mavericks, the illustrious and infamous Jewish singer-songwriter, Serge Gainsbourg.

Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction
Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction

Dir. Sophie Huber
(2013)    76 minutes

A personal documentary about the iconic actor in his intimate moments, with clips from some of his two hundred and fifty films and his own heart-breaking renditions of American folk songs.

No Time to Die
No Time to Die

Dir. King Ampaw
(2006)    95 minutes

A hearse driver meets and falls in love with a young, beautiful dancer who is planning an elaborate homegoing celebration for her mother.