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  • Fanny

    For the next two weeks Gene Siskel Film Center presents a new digital restoration of Marcel Pagnol's beloved "Marseille Trilogy," three long dramatic features—Marius (1931), Fanny (1932), and César (1936)—about a fractured family in the French seaside town. more...
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    Fat Kid Rules the World (R)

    Based on K.L. Going's young adult novel, this Seattle-set feature charts the friendship between a sullen high school outcast (Jacob Wysocki, playing a variation on his character in Azazel Jacobs's Terri) and the punk rocker who recruits him, as a gag, to play drums in a band. more...
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    Father's Day

    This no-budget local production recalls the video remakes of Hollywood blockbusters in Michel Gondry's Be Kind Rewind; it appears to have been shot across several city blocks and a couple of public parks. more...
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    The First Season

    If you've always longed to spend an afternoon on a rural dairy farm, this verite-style documentary is the movie for you. more...
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    For the Cause

    A successful lawyer agrees to defend her estranged father, a former Black Panther who fled to Canada three decades earlier after shooting a police officer. more...
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    The Fourth Dimension

    Commissioned by Grolsch Beer, this anthology film collects three shorts about the title concept, which most of the artists interpret simply as "time." more...
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    4th Man Out

    This genial indie comedy suggests the influence of golden-era Jonathan Demme in its resolutely sunny depiction of small-town American life. more...
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    Free the Mind

    Directed by Phie Ambo, this slight but intriguing documentary looks at recent advances in nonpharmacological treatment of neurological disorders. more...
  • Freedom Summer
  • Freedom Summer

    Produced for the PBS series American Experience, this potent documentary re-creates an America most of us are lucky never to have experienced: the apartheid government of the state of Mississippi, circa 1964. more...
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    From Afar

    A withdrawn middle-aged man (Alfredo Castro) picks up a young street thug (Luis Silva) for a voyeuristic sexual encounter, and the two end up in a complicated, doomed relationship. more...
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