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  • Tony Cokes: Notes on Evil (And Others) (NR)

    Tony Cokes, whose video art often tweaks media representations of race and class, introduces a screening of his films dating back to 1988, including Black Celebration (1988) and selections from Pop Manifesto (2000-'04). more...
  • Tornado Alley (NR)

    Storm chaser Sean Casey and the researchers of VORTEX2 embark on an ambitious mission to document the birth of a tornado. more...
  • Tornado Alley 3D (NR)

    Storm chaser Sean Casey and the researchers of VORTEX2 embark on an ambitious mission to document the birth of a tornado. more...
  • Tosca (NR)

    Martina Serafin was the soprano in Enrico Castiglione's rendition of the Puccini opera, filmed in 2008 at the Greek theater in Sicily. more...
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    Total Badass (NR)

    Had Chad Holt been born in Europe 200 years ago, he might have become a great Romantic poet; but as a denizen of contemporary Austin, Texas, he's funneled his libertine intelligence into vulgar zines and hardcore bands with names like Früntbutt. more...
  • Touchez Pas au Grisbi (NR)

    The French title of Jacques Becker's 1953 gangster thriller translates as “Hands Off the Loot,” but a much better English title used for this film is Honor Among Thieves. more...
  • The Towrope (NR)

    After a husband and wife are killed by rebel soldiers, their teenage daughter escapes to her uncle's cabin in a remote part of Colombia to begin a new life. more...
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  • Trailer Wars (NR)

    A program of exploitation and cult film trailers, compiled by the Alamo Drafthouse. more...
  • Train to Busan (NR)

    Yeon Sang-ho directed this South Korean thriller in which a man and his estranged daughter are trapped on a speeding train during a zombie outbreak. more...
  • Transcendent Man (NR)

    Barry Ptolemy directed this 2009 documentary on the life and ideas of futurist Ray Kurzweil. more...
  • Transcending: The Wat Misaka Story (NR)

    Japanese-American Wat Misaka, the first player of color to be drafted into what's now called the National Basketball Association, is the focus of this 2009 documentary by Bruce Alan Johnson and Christine Toy Johnson. more...
  • Trapped (NR)

    Directed by Dawn Porter, this documentary looks at a new front in the antiabortion battle: state legislation that targets women’s health clinics with prohibitive regulation. more...
  • Tree Without Leaves (NR)

    Japanese director Kaneto Shindo (The Naked Island) shot this 1986 feature in black-and-white, with deliberately cold and unemphatic lighting; the story seems to take place in a world drained of all color. more...
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