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  • Abadan

    An old Iranian man disappears while searching for a friend who's been dead ten years, so his agitated daughter enlists her estranged husband to look for him; the husband puts his foot down at first but soon finds himself cruising the streets of Tehran with his best friend, searching for the old rascal and cursing all the way. more...
  • About the Living

    After a young Mexican girl is killed by a car, her brother, mother, and father each cope with her death differently, but 11 years later all three are still haunted by the tragedy: the brother has become fascinated with the notion of death by drowning, the mother is obsessed with her job hosting a tabloid talk show, and the disconsolate father wanders the city, filming girls he imagines could be his daughter. more...
  • Afghanistan: Collateral Damage

    Italian documentary makers Fabrizio Lazzaretti and Alberto Vendemmiati (Jung (War): In the Land of the Mujaheddin) track members of the medical humanitarian group Emergency between October and December 2001, as they take a perilous car trip to reopen a hospital in Kabul. more...
  • Agata and the Storm

    Silvio Soldini, director of the internationally acclaimed Bread and Tulips, delivers another whimsical Italian comedy (2004) whose characters' lives are defined by happenstance. more...
  • The Air We Breathe in Pilsen

    Incensed by nocturnal emissions of acrid smoke from a nearby factory, Dorian Breuer made his video The Air We Breathe in Pilsen, in which he marches over to the factory looking for answers and gets the expected runaround (one employee claims that the smoke is only steam). more...
  • Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker

    The nonstop action in this British romp should ensure that its target audience, sugar-buzzed prepubescent boys, stay strapped in their seats. more...
  • American Fusion

    Taiwanese actress Sylvia Chang plays a lonely Chinese-American woman who's pushing 50 but still tied to her insufferable, iron-willed mother. more...
  • American Nutria

    Matt McCormick's video American Nutria traces the history of the eponymous aquatic rodent in the U.S. Imported from Argentina in the 1930s and '40s to supplant the waning supply of beaver pelts, nutrias have since become a colossal nuisance, chomping through the vegetation of the Louisiana waterways. more...
  • American Pastime

    Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese-American family is forced to leave Los Angeles for an internment camp in the desert town of Abraham, Utah. more...
  • Amu

    In Shonali Bose's tightly constructed debut feature (2005) a young Indian-American woman from Los Angeles returns to Delhi for the first time since childhood to visit her relatives. more...
  • Animal Crackers

    An international program of animated shorts for very young children. more...
  • Anonymously Yours

    Early in this documentary on prostitution in Myanmar, the camera pans across the random faces of men gathered in public places as a voice-over reveals that most of them visit hookers as routinely as men in other countries visit taverns. more...
  • Another Public Enemy

    In the sizzling police procedural Public Enemy (2002), Seol Gyeong-gu played a Korean detective with a blatant disregard for the rules and a monomaniacal determination to put away the bad guy. more...