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  • A Page of Madness (NR)

    Teinosuke Kinugasa's mind-boggling silent masterpiece of 1926 was thought to have been lost for 40 years until the director discovered a print in his garden shed. more...
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  • Pandora's Promise (NR)

    The pro-nuclear left grabs the bullhorn in this lively advocacy documentary, which argues that nuclear power is much less damaging to the environment than people think and, given the exponential rise in energy demand, the only credible alternative to fossil fuels. more...
  • Papa (NR)

    A Chinese talent manager experiences a series of misadventures while traveling to LA to retrieve a fleeing singer. more...
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  • Paradox (NR)

    Actress Daryl Hannah makes her feature directorial debut with this western-musical about bandits hiding out between heists. more...
  • Parasite (NR)

    Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or-winning satire is easily the South Korean writer-director’s best film since Memories of Murder (2003), exhibiting the earlier film’s formal control and mounting suspense while incorporating the trenchant insights into class conflict he displayed in Snowpiercer (2013). more...
  • Passione (NR)

    Actor John Turturro follows his charming and colorful travel documentary Rehearsal for a Sicilian Tragedy (2009) with this assured and freewheeling look at the music of Naples (2010). more...
  • The Pastor Event (NR)

    Director Deborah Goodwin tells the story of a former gang leader who, after spending eight years in prison, finds faith in God. more...
  • Patang (NR)

    A wealthy Indian businessman (Mukund Shukla) returns to his hometown of Ahmedabad on the eve of its annual kite festival, hoping to mend relationships with his estranged family. more...
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  • Path of Blood (NR)

    Jonathan Hacker directed this documentary about Al Qaeda, using captured home-movie footage of the group. more...
  • Paths of Glory: Anatomy of a Film (NR)

    Stanley Kubrick's stunning antiwar drama Paths of Glory (1957) gets a thorough exegesis from Columbia College adjunct faculty David Spodak, who wrote, directed, and narrated this 2009 documentary. more...