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  • God Hates America

    Jon Nothin's 2003 video captures a Christian protest of the New York Underground Film Festival. more...
  • God on Our Side

    Michal Pfeffer and Uri Kranot's bleak but powerful animation. more...
  • The Gods of Times Square

    Richard Sandler takes to the streets of New York's East Village and simply lets the people talk; the resulting collage of testimony lovingly but unsentimentally affirms the neighborhood's rep for nurturing outsiders—street poets and protesters, drunks and drag queens. more...
  • Gold Mountain: Dreams of a Better Life

    Two of these 2003 shorts address the same subject from different angles and with unequal success: Corey Fortuné's Employee Dang is a passable fictional melodrama about the conflict between a Vietnamese immigrant and his defiant, assimilated granddaughter. more...
  • Gone, but Not Forgotten

    An amateurish gay love story in which a hunky amnesiac falls for the hunky forest ranger who saved his life. more...
  • Good for Her

    Elizabeth E. Lee's short, about the cosmetic surgery boom in South Korea, is interesting but repetitive. more...
  • Gozu

    Japanese shock master Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi the Killer) ventures into David Lynch territory with this surreal and ultimately exhausting “yakuza horror film.” A thug is sent to execute his beloved mentor, but when the body disappears, he slips into a nightmare world dominated by slime, ominously ringing telephones, and characters one step away from a carnival freak show. more...