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  • Peaceable Kingdom

    Filmmaker Jenny Stein tackles the way we treat farm animals, focusing especially on the inhumanity of factory farming. more...
  • Peter Pan

    Director P.J. Hogan's take on J.M. Barrie's classic does a better job than previous adaptations at capturing its melancholy, not to say its weird sexual vibe. more...
  • A Place of Our Own

    Stanley Nelson explores his family's struggles with race and class as he investigates the history of Oak Bluffs, a vacation spot for blacks on Martha's Vineyard. more...
  • A Place Without Limits

    A quote from Marlowe's Dr. Faustus declaring all the world to be hell sets the mood for this 1977 Mexican drama. more...
  • Pooh's Heffalump Movie

    Most animated features these days try to appeal to kids and parents alike, but Disney aims this new Winnie the Pooh adventure squarely at preschoolers, which allows it to play the heartstrings, helped along by catchy new tunes from Carly Simon. more...
  • Popaganda: The Art & Crimes of Ron English

    Painter Ron English has become a darling of the anticonsumerism movement with his outlaw billboards, which subvert corporate advertising with savage wit (among his images are a grotesquely obese Ronald McDonald and a Baby Joe Camel for tots). more...
  • “Post Pony Trilogy”

    Ben Coonley's experimental video looks like children's educational television conceived by a demented art-school student, warped but with an oddball charm. more...
  • Poster Boy

    In this fair-to-middling drama an ultraconservative senator's closeted gay son is caught in the political cross fire when he has a fling with a political protester. more...
  • The Powerpuff Girls Movie

    This Cartoon Network feature-length animation manages to teach kids some good lessons and amuse the grown-ups without overdosing on pop-culture references. more...
  • Pulse Pharma Phantasm

    Edited nearly frame by frame to create flickering images, Les Leveque"s Pulse Pharma Phantasm says heaven knows what about drug advertising. more...
  • La Puppe

    Timothy Greenberg's hilariously deadpan 2003 short video recasts Chris Marker's experimental time-travel narrative La jetee with a stuffed dog. more...