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  • Tallulah (NR)

    Sian Heder directed this drama about a babysitter who rescues a child from its irresponsible mother and pretends it's her own. more...
  • Tapestries of Hope (NR)

    This documentary about human rights activist Betty Makoni and Zimbabwe's Girl Child Network was directed by Michealene Cristini Risley. more...
  • Teenage (NR)

    Matt Wolf directed this documentary (2013) about how teenagers have been portrayed and represented in the media and history books since the early 20th century. more...
  • Temple (NR)

    Cinematographer Michael Barrett makes his directorial debut with this horror film about three American tourists who encounter malevolent spirits while searching for an ancient temple in Japan. more...
  • Thao's Library (NR)

    Elizabeth Van Meter directed this documentary about a young Vietnamese woman, born the victim of Agent Orange, who's assembled a library for the children of her village. more...
  • Theeb
  • Theeb (NR)

    Described as the first Bedouin western, this affecting coming-of-age drama (2014) follows a man and his ten-year-old brother, Theeb, as they guide an Englishman through the desert, where the boy remains for more adventures. more...
  • These Amazing Shadows (NR)

    Signed into law by President Reagan in 1988, the National Film Preservation Act didn't actually fund the preservation of films, but it did establish the Library of Congress's National Film Registry, a list of historically significant works that's enlarged by 25 titles every year, and it prohibited the owners of these films from colorizing or otherwise altering them without alerting the public. more...
  • Thirst Street
  • Thirst Street (NR)

    A New York flight attendant (Lindsay Burdge), traumatized by her boyfriend's suicide, ventures into a strip club with some coworkers during a layover in Paris and falls for a charming lothario who tends bar (Damien Bonnard). more...
  • This Changes Everything (NR)

    Avi Lewis directed this adaptation of Naomi Klein's nonfiction book, which proposes ways in which societies can respond to the issues of climate change and economic inequality. more...
  • Time to Choose
  • Time to Choose (NR)

    Documentary maker Charles Ferguson has a reputation for adding fresh perspective to widely reported national crises—the Iraq War (No End in Sight), the 2008 financial collapse (Inside Job)—and this movie about climate change offers a comparatively hopeful assessment of the situation. more...
  • Tiny Furniture (NR)

    This indie debut feature by New York filmmaker Lena Dunham is a tolerably warm bath of postcollegiate self-pity, salted with irony and self-mockery. more...