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  • The Thief

    Directed by Russell Rouse, this 1952 film noir with no dialogue centers on a nuclear physicist who leads a double life as a spy for an unnamed foreign country. more...
  • The Thin Prize

    Juan Carlos Cremata directed this 2009 drama about a woman who leavs her husband after winning a house. more...
  • This Man Can't Die

    An Italian spaghetti western (1967) with Guy Madison (Lost in Space) as a lawman searching for the desperados who killed his family and raped his mute kid sister. more...
  • Thunder Bay

    In this 1953 feature by Anthony Mann, James Stewart has a dream—to build the world's first practical off-shore oil rig—but to realize it he has to overcome the skepticism of oil baron Jay C. Flippen and the displeasure of the local shrimp fishermen. more...
  • Tinsel the Town

    The Chicago Film Archives presents a Christmas-themed program of home videos, film excerpts, and shorts. more...
  • To Kill a Mockingbird (NR)

    Harper Lee's child's-eye view of southern bigotry gains something in its translation to the screen by Robert Mulligan, who knows exactly where to place the camera to catch a child's subjective experience (1962). more...
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  • The Tomorrow Show

    Episodes of the Tom Snyder-hosted late-night show from late 70s and early 80s, featuring punk and new wave musicians. more...
  • Touch the Sound

    German filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer worked famously with alternative sculptor Andy Goldsworthy in Rivers and Tides (2001), but here he's found a more provocative and interesting subject: Evelyn Glennie, a celebrated classical percussionist from rural Scotland who is deaf. more...
  • Touki Bouki

    This 1973 first feature by Senegalese director Djibril Diop Mambety is one of the greatest of all African films and almost certainly the most experimental. more...