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  • Talna: A New Amazon Adventure

    This is a sequel to the 2001 Chicago International Children's Film Festival's audience-prize winner, with Eunice Baia reprising her role as the resourceful title character. more...
  • Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space

    Hello Kitty meets Fritz the Cat in outer space might describe this truly strange Japanese animated feature, directed by the artists' collective TOL. more...
  • 10 + 4

    Four years after starring in Abbas Kiarostami's 10, Iranian painter Mania Akbari returns with her own project, a meandering video chronicle of her life and thoughts while undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. more...
  • This Black Soil

    Teresa Konechne directed this fascinating 2004 video documentary about Bayview, Virginia, a bucolic coastal town of a few hundred families—many of them directly descended from the earliest slaves brought over from Africa. more...
  • This Is Not a Love Song

    During a botched attempt to steal gasoline a small-time thief inadvertently shoots a young girl, and he and his partner are pursued across the Scottish Highlands and moors by an armed posse. more...
  • THIS Obedience

    Reverend Anita C. Hill made national headlines a few years ago when she became the first lesbian minister in a committed relationship to be ordained by a Lutheran church. more...
  • Those Who Remain

    In this Gallic variation on Brief Encounter, a hospital oncology wing serves as the meeting place for two distraught people: a somber professor (Vincent Lindon) whose wife is dying of breast cancer and a flighty graphic designer (Emmanuelle Devos) whose boyfriend is being treated for colon cancer. more...
  • Time's Up

    A Manhattan psychologist who's lost her office space (Leonor Benedetto) sets up shop in a mobile home and begins making house calls; the new arrangement is a hit with her clients, but their personal woes begin to evoke unsettling memories of her past as a political prisoner in Argentina. more...
  • Tokyo Eyes

    A coquettish, strong-willed teenager (Hinano Yoshikawa in a memorable performance) discovers the identity of a Tokyo serial sniper known as “Four Eyes” (Shinji Takeda), who targets single men, and tries to insinuate herself into his life romantically—a situation complicated by the fact that her older brother is a detective assigned to the case. more...
  • Tokyo Gore Police

    The title sums up this Japanese sci-fi splatter flick, notable for its bizarre dismemberments and quivering piles of flesh and entrails. more...
  • Tomcats

    Nine years after betting his friends that he'll be the last bachelor among them, Jerry O'Connell finds himself in big trouble with a casino and tries to collect on his old wager by hiring an attractive policewoman (Shannon Elizabeth) to seduce and marry the only other holdout, a sleazy womanizer (Jake Busey). more...
  • Torremolinos 73

    In this Spanish comedy set in 1973, written and directed by Pablo Berger, a struggling encyclopedia salesman (Javier Camara) is offered the opportunity to boost his earnings when his boss announces that the company's next project will be “The Audiovisual Encyclopedia of Human Reproduction,” featuring sex films for Scandinavian subscribers. more...
  • Trained in the Ways of Men

    A frustratingly superficial look at the life and death of transgendered teen Gwen Araujo, whose murder at the hands of vindictive peers led to a nationwide campaign for wider acceptance of people outside the gender norms. more...