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  • Whitcomb's War (NR)

    A religious power struggle in Des Moines, Iowa, is the focus of this 1980 satire by Russell S. Doughten, Jr. 67 min. more...
  • White Cop
  • White Cop (NR)

    In this low-budget action spoof, shot on the streets of Bucktown and the Near West Side, an inept police detective (Ben Kobold) vows revenge against the drug cartel that killed his best friend. more...
  • White Lightnin' (NR)

    Directed by Dominic Murphy, this 2009 drama tells the story of Jesco White—a man from the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia whose tap dancing earns him the nickname "the dancing outlaw." more...
  • White Material
  • White Material (NR)

    In a fictional African country, a helicopter hovers over a French coffee plantation, bringing news to the stubborn white owner (Isabelle Huppert) that France is pulling out and leaving the country to civil war; refusing to evacuate until her crop has been harvested, she takes her chances with the rebel army and its child soldiers. more...
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  • The White Meadows (NR)

    Shot on the salt-covered islands of Iran's Lake Urmia, Mohammad Rasoulof's third feature (2009) follows a gruff loner in a rowboat and his stowaway as they travel from village to village, assisting the locals with obscure and sometimes brutal ceremonies that range from collecting tears in a glass flagon to pouring monkey urine into the eyes of a man won't admit that the lake's water is blue. more...
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  • White, White Storks (NR)

    Ali Khamraev directed this 1966 drama about an extramarital affair between two members of the rural village White Storks. more...
  • Wholetrain (NR)

    Florian Gaag directed this 2006 story of four Dutch graffitists who try to avoid detection while indulging their love of tagging trains. more...
  • Whose Streets? (NR)

    Documentary makers Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis spent two years following the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, after a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man in 2014. more...
  • A Wife's Heart (NR)

    Mikio Naruse directed this 1956 drama about a woman (Hideko Takamine) struggling to raise money to open a coffee shop. more...
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    The Wild Hunt (NR)

    The phenomenon of live-action medieval role-playing games has already generated two documentaries—Darkon (2006) and Monster Camp (2007)—which definitely blunts the sword-edge of this Canadian drama. more...