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  • London River (NR)

    A heart-wrenching performance from Brenda Blethyn sustains this 2009 drama by French writer-director Rachid Bouchareb (Days of Glory, Outside the Law). more...
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  • A Long Journey (NR)

    Lucia Murat, a veteran documentary maker in Brazil, tells the story of her younger brother, Heitor, who was sent to London by his parents in the late 60s so he wouldn't get mixed up in revolutionary politics like his sister. more...
  • The Longest Distance
  • The Longest Distance (NR)

    A 12-year-old boy in Caracas, traumatized by his mother's unexpected death, runs away from his home to connect with his free-spirited grandmother in the mountains of southeast Venezuela; unbeknownst to him, she's planning to commit suicide before her terminal cancer becomes too painful to bear. more...
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  • Looney Tunes Animation (NR)

    A selection of classic Warner Brothers cartoons, including What's Opera, Doc?, One Froggy Evening, Rabbit Hood, and Duck Rabbit Duck. more...
  • Loophole (NR)

    In 1954 Harold Schuster directed this noir in which a bank clerk is accused of embezzlement and hounded by a relentless cop. more...
  • Lope (NR)

    Spanish poet and playwright Felix Lope de Vega y Carpio is the subject of this lavish biopic from Brazilian director Andrucha Waddington (Me You Them), who's better at capturing 16th-century period details than illuminating creative genius. more...
  • Lord Love a Duck (NR)

    George Axelrod's 1966 black comedy about sexual hysteria and the American dream presents a view of southern California that rivals Nathanael West's The Day of the Locust in its savagery and satirical insight. more...
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  • Lord of the Dance 3D (NR)

    A 3D presentation of Michael Flatley's famous Irish dance act, directed by Marcus Viner. more...
  • Lore (NR)

    Australian writer-director Cate Shortland, who made an impressive feature debut with Somersault (2004), returns at last with a gripping second feature that marks both a continuation of and a radical departure from the first. more...
  • Losing Control (NR)

    Valerie Weiss wrote and directed this romantic comedy about a scientist trying to prove her boyfriend is "the one." more...
  • Lost Bohemia (NR)

    Featured prominently in Richard Press's documentary Bill Cunningham New York, the fabled artist studios above Carnegie Hall housed such luminaries as Martha Graham, Marlon Brando, and Leonard Bernstein. more...