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  • Back to 1942 (NR)

    Xiaogang Feng directed this historical drama about a debilitating drought that took place in China's Henan province during the country's war against Japan. more...
  • A Ballerina's Tale
  • A Ballerina's Tale (NR)

    Documentary maker Nelson George considers the lily-white culture of classical ballet and the precipitous rise of Misty Copeland, the first African-American woman to be named a principal dancer in the prestigious American Ballet Theatre. more...
  • Barfi! (NR)

    This Bollywood romantic comedy tells the story of a deaf and mute guy (Ranbir Kapoor) who falls for an autistic woman (Priyanka Chopra). more...
  • Beasts of No Nation
  • Beasts of No Nation (NR)

    Set in a war-torn African country, this stark drama follows a young boy who's separated from his family and forced to fight for a rebel army. more...
  • The Beat Hotel (NR)

    From 1957 to '63, a cheap, filthy rooming house in the Latin Quarter of Paris became a nerve center for the beat generation as Allen Ginsberg wrote his elegiac "Kaddish," Gregory Corso produced his incendiary "Bomb," and William S. Burroughs assembled many years' worth of satirical writings into the harrowing Naked Lunch. more...
  • Beeswax (NR)

    The talented indie director Andrew Bujalski (Funny Ha Ha, Mutual Apprecation) delivers another of his wry, socially observant romantic comedies, focusing this time on the odd parallels between partnership in business and in love. more...
  • Belle Épine (NR)

    France has produced so many naturalistic dramas about teenage delinquents that the films practically constitute their own genre. more...
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  • Best Worst Movie (NR)

    The cult for unbelievably bad movies has enjoyed a resurgence recently with turds like The Room and Troll 2, the latter of which is examined in this documentary by its former child star, Michael Paul Stephenson. more...
  • Bhutto (NR)

    This fast-paced and intelligent documentary opens with the 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto, two-time prime minister of Pakistan and the first woman leader of any Muslim state, then jumps back to the 1947 origins of the world's sixth largest nation to uncover the roots of her improbable and dramatic rise to power. more...
  • Bill W. (NR)

    Dan Carracino and Kevin Hanlon directed this documentary about Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. more...
  • The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (NR)

    Directed by Goran Hugo Olsson, this Swedish documentary draws on a treasure trove of film footage brought back from the United States by TV reporters investigating the racial tumult in America. more...