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  • Love Stalker (NR)

    In this 2011 comedy, a womanizer finds his life turned upside down after he falls in love with a blogger. more...
  • The Love We Make (NR)

    Documentary makers David and Albert Maysles (Gimme Shelter, Grey Gardens) scored one of their first big assignments following the Beatles around during the band's first visit to New York in 1964, so there's a nice symmetry to Albert having directed this behind-the-scenes documentary of Paul McCartney as he rehearses for and performs in the Concert for New York City in October 2001. more...
  • Loveless (NR)

    In their first feature since Maryam (2002), director Ramin Serry and producer Shauna Lyon deliver a rambling but intriguing portrait of an aspiring indie filmmaker (Andrew von Urtz) as he tries to nail down financing—and a leading lady—for his next project. more...
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  • Lovers of Hate (NR)

    The South by Southwest festival provides a touchstone for the so-called mumblecore filmmakers, and two of the most successful—Jay and Mark Duplass of Cyrus fame—have returned the favor, producing this indie comedy by Austin writer-director Bryan Poyser. more...
  • The Loves of Ondine (NR)

    A gay man hoping to go straight tries his luck with various women in this 1967 comedy by Andy Warhol. more...
  • Lovestorming (NR)

    Borja Cobeaga directed this 2010 comedy in which a snowstorm grounds two exes at a Spanish airport on New Year's Eve, and one decides to win back the other. more...
  • Lowlands (NR)

    Local filmmaker (and Columbia College professor) Peter Thompson has the rare gift of making history seem mysterious and expansive, forging dreamlike connections between disparate facts and observations. more...
  • Lucky Dragon No. 5 (NR)

    The title refers to a Japanese fishing boat that drew international concern in March 1954 when it sailed dangerously close to the hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll. more...
  • Luis Gispert: Hyperreal (NR)

    Gispert, an artist based in New York and Miami, and an alumnus of the School of the Art Institute, will presents his 2008 feature Smother and other works. more...
  • Lunch Line (NR)

    The local outfit Uji Films produced this 2010 documentary that puts the debate over school-lunch reform in political, agricultural, and historical context. more...
  • Lured (NR)

    Here's an odd one: Lucille Ball and Boris Karloff costar in a 1947 thriller by cult director Douglas Sirk (All That Heaven Allows, Written on the Wind). more...
  • Lydia Bailey (NR)

    The Haitian Revolution provides the backdrop for a love affair between American tourists Dale Robertson and Anne Francis in this 1952 Fox picture directed by Jean Negulesco (Humoresque, How to Marry a Millionaire). more...