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  • The Big Clock

    John Farrow directed this tasteful film noir (1948), which is something of a contradiction in terms; it's reminiscent of Fritz Lang without Lang's hysteria. more...
  • The Big Feast (X)

    Marcello Mastroianni stars in this 1973 French-Italian comedy about four friends who have group sex with prostitutes in a countryside villa and then decide to eat themselves to death. more...
  • Bigger Than Life (NR)

    Nicholas Ray's potent 1956 CinemaScope melodrama dealt with the ill effects of cortisone on a frustrated middle-class grammar-school teacher (James Mason) at about the same time that the first wave of “wonder” drugs hit the market. more...
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  • Bike Winter Film Festival

    Though subject to change, the schedule for this bike-centric fest includes Conrad Schmidt's Indecent Exposure to Cars (2007), Lloyd Bacon's 6 Day Bike Rider (1934), Gus Chambers's The Bicycle Corps: America's Black Army on Wheels (2000), Stephen Auerbach's Bicycle Dreams, Barry Jenkins's Medicine for Melancholy (2008), and shorts. more...
  • Bikini Beach

    In this 1964 teen film from American International Pictures, a stuffy millionaire seeks to build a retirement home on a popular beachfront frequented by local youth. more...
  • Films by Anna Biller, Morgan Fisher, and Paul McCarthy

    This two-and-a-half-hour program of short works includes Morgan Fisher's Standard Gauge (1984), Paul McCarthy's WGG Test (2003), and several shorts by Anna Biller (Viva): Three Examples of Myself as Queen (1994), Fairy Ballet (2001), and A Visit From the Incubus (2001). more...
  • The Billionaire (NR)

    In this 2011 drama by Songyos Sugmakanan, a Thai entrepreneur strikes it rich with an online gambling site. more...
  • A Bit of Tom Jones

    Peter Watkins-Hughes directed this 2009 comedy in which a man and his friend explore the world of celebrity body part trading as they try to peddle the penis of singer Tom Jones. more...
  • The Bit Player

    In this 2013 Filipino comedy-drama, a single mother who struggles to pay for her daughter's tuition lands a role on a soap opera. more...
  • Bitter Seeds

    In this documentary by Micha Peled, a journalist uncovers the human cost of genetic seed introduced to Indian farmers by the biotech giant Monsanto. more...
  • Black

    Sanjay Leela Bhansali cowrote and directed this Bollywood drama about the relationship between a deaf and blind girl and her alcoholic teacher. more...