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  • In the Family

    Joanna Rudnick directed this Kartemquin Films video documentary about her experiences after learning that she carries the gene for breast cancer. more...
  • In the Shadows

    Immediately after being released from prison, a career criminal plans a new heist, drawing the attention of both a rival gangster and an ambitious cop. more...
  • Inside Buffalo

    Fred Kudjo Kuwornu and Patrick Jeffrey directed this 2009 documentary about the 92nd Infantry Division, an African-American unit of the U.S. Army that fought in Europe during World War II. more...
  • Intacto

    Max von Sydow plays a master gambler presiding over a futuristic casino on a desolate island in this metaphysical thriller (2001), the debut feature of Spanish director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. more...
  • Interiors and Exteriors

    This is the first in a series of screenings to trace “the relationship between the emerging generation of avant-garde movements in 1950s France and the surrealist movement, re-established in Paris after the war.” Included in this installment are Jacques Baratier's Disorder (1950, 18 min.) more...
  • The Interrupters (NR)

    Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Stevie) and longtime friend Alex Kotlowitz (author of the best seller There Are No Children Here) produced this stirring documentary about CeaseFire, an organization founded by epidemiologist Dr. Gary Slutkin. more...
  • Intimate Grammar (NR)

    Nir Bergman directed this Israeli drama (2011) about an teenaged boy who comes of age amidst a dysfunctional family. more...
  • Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (R)

    An excellent documentary by Mark Jonathan Harris (2000), narrated by Judi Dench, that chronicles the experiences of a few members of the Kindertransport—about 10,000 children from Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia, most of them Jewish, who were saved from the Holocaust by parents who packed them off to England in the late 30s. more...
  • Invictus (PG-13)

    Based on a book by John Carlin, this elephantine sports drama chronicles President Nelson Mandela's quest to unite black and white South Africans by driving the national rugby team to victory in the 1995 World Cup. more...
  • Iranian Taboo (NR)

    Directed by Reza Allamehzadeh, this 2011 documentary focuses on an Iranian woman of the Baha'i faith, whose adherents are persecuted in Iran, as she tries to emigrate with her teenage daughter. more...