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  • Leave No Trace
  • Leave No Trace (PG)

    Debra Granik knows how the other half lives: her powerful debut feature, Down to the Bone (2004), starred Vera Farmiga as a working-class mom fighting coke addiction in upstate New York, and Granik's sophomore effort, Winter's Bone (2010), gave Jennifer Lawrence her first big role as an impoverished 17-year-old girl fending for herself and her younger siblings in the Ozarks. more...
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  • Lu Over the Wall
  • Lu Over the Wall (PG)

    In this family-friendly anime from Japanese writer-director Masaaki Yuasa, a dispirited teen whose parents have divorced moves with his father from Tokyo to a small fishing village, where he finds an unlikely confidante in a sweet, mermaid-like creature, or ningyo, named Lu. more...
  • Leaning Into the Wind
  • Leaning Into the Wind (PG)

    British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, who integrates elaborate artworks into natural landscapes, was the subject of Thomas Riedelsheimer's award-winning Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working With Time (2001), which documents his work with various bodies of water. more...
  • Leap! (PG)

    In this French-Canadian animation, an orphan travels to Paris and becomes a ballet student at the Grand Opera House. more...
  • Little Men (PG)

    Writer-director Ira Sachs was raised in Memphis before moving to New York City, but you can tell he's a New Yorker now because he's so preoccupied with real estate. more...
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  • Life, Animated (PG)

    Roger Ross Williams directed this documentary showing how animated Disney movies helped a young autistic man to develop reading, writing, and communication skills. more...
  • Love & Friendship
  • Love & Friendship (PG)

    American indie cinema is a rich kid's business, which has never been more evident than in Whit Stillman's modern Restoration comedies (Metropolitan, Barcelona). more...