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  • Rebirth (NR)

    Directed by Jim Whitaker, this documentary includes interviews with people who either survived the September 2001 attack on the World Trade Center or lost loved ones in the carnage. more...
  • Rebirth of Mothra (NR)

    The aging giant moth battles the three-headed Death Ghidora in this 1996 Japanese monster movie by Okihiro Yoneda, released domestically as Mosura. more...
  • [Rec] 2 (NR)

    Like a lot of number-two's, this 2009 sequel to the Spanish horror hit [Rec] gets as much mileage as possible from the original movie's gimmick and dutifully lays some narrative tracks for a potential franchise. more...
  • The Red Chapel (NR)

    Danish director Mads Brugger documents a cultural exchange visit to North Korea by the Red Chapel, a pair of shticky comedians who were born in Korea but adopted and raised by Danes. more...
  • Red Desert (NR)

    Michelangelo Antonioni's first color feature (1964) uses colors expressionistically, and to get the precise hues he wanted, he had entire fields painted. more...
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  • The Red Machine (NR)

    Set in Washington, D.C., in 1935, this low-budget period drama concerns an incorrigible safecracker who, after getting arrested, is offered a deal to work with a navy spy to decipher a system of codes that the Japanese are using to relay messages to their homeland. more...
  • Red Riding: 1974 (NR)

    Adapted from a series of novels by David Peace, the "Red Riding" trilogy (2009) incorporates true-crime stories from the north of England into a sweeping neo-noir saga in which the cops are as predatory as the criminals. more...
  • Red Riding: 1983 (NR)

    The third and last installment of the "Red Riding" trilogy (2009) works overtime to tie up all the loose ends from the previous two movies, which prevents it from developing any story momentum or thematic integrity of its own. more...
  • Reel Injun (NR)

    This documentary by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond explores the portrayal of American Indians in Hollywood movies. more...
  • New
    Reenactments (NR)

    The two best films in this experimental shorts program burrow into the historical and moral unease inherent in restaging a past event: in Artur Żmijewski’s 80064 (2004) an Auschwitz survivor gets his concentration camp tattoo re-inked, and in Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) Screed #20 (2003) artist Sharon Hayes recites a Patty Hearst audiotape. more...