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  • T-Men (NR)

    This crisp 1948 thriller marked Anthony Mann's emergence from B movie obscurity, setting him on the path that would lead to his great westerns of the 50s. more...
  • Taipei Story (NR)

    A turning point in the history of Taiwanese cinema, Edward Yang's 1985 masterpiece suggests a rough parallel with Abbas Kiarostami's Close-up in relation to Iranian cinema by virtue of featuring the other key Taiwanese filmmaker, Hou Hsiao-hsien, in a leading role, much as Mohsen Makhmalbaf is featured in Kiarostami's film. more...
  • Take One (NR)

    This documentary by Christian Larson, who's made music videos for Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, focuses on DJ collective Swedish House Mafia. more...
  • A Tale of Two Soldiers (NR)

    Jiyar Gol directed this 2010 BBC documentary about two young recruits on either side of the Iran-Iraq War who eventually sought asylum in Canada. more...
  • Tallulah (NR)

    Sian Heder directed this drama about a babysitter who rescues a child from its irresponsible mother and pretends it's her own. more...
  • Tangerines
  • Tangerines (NR)

    An Estonian box maker, left behind in the Caucasus Mountains after most of his countrymen have fled the Georgian civil war, gets pulled into the conflict when he shelters a Georgian soldier and an Abkhazian rebel who are both badly wounded in a nearby skirmish. more...
  • Tango Glories (Fermin)
  • Tango Glories (Fermin) (NR)

    A lonely psychiatrist comes out of his shell as he pieces together the history of his institution's most mysterious patient, an 85-year-old man who speaks only in lyrics to old tango songs. more...
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  • Tapestries of Hope (NR)

    This documentary about human rights activist Betty Makoni and Zimbabwe's Girl Child Network was directed by Michealene Cristini Risley. more...
  • A Taste of Honey (NR)

    This painful remnant (1961) of the British cinema's kitchen-sink period finds slum child Rita Tushingham burdened with an alcoholic mother, a baby (by a black sailor) on the way, and a vagrant homosexual teenager for her only friend. more...
  • Taxidermia (NR)

    Györgi Palfi (Hukkle) directed and cowrote this Hungarian black comedy based on stories by Lajos Parti Nagy, about the son, father, and grandfather in a dysfunctional family. more...
  • TCM Presents Casablanca 70th Anniversary Event (NR)

    Part of what makes this wartime Hollywood drama (1942) about love and political commitment so fondly remembered is its evocation of a time when the sentiment of this country about certain things appeared to be unified. more...