Project Nim

Project Nim
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 The creative team behind the 2009 Academy Award-winning documentary “Man on Wire” offers their distinctive blended style of filmmaking to the tale of a chimpanzee, Nim, who was raised from birth in the same fashion as one would raise a human child for a scientific experiment…
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The Guard

The Guard
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 Past writer (2003’s “Ned Kelly”) and now first-time director John Michael McDonagh serves up a delicious plate of dark comedy with a side of moving drama in the Irish cop dramedy, “The Guard”. Brendan Gleeson (known mostly for his representation of Alastor ‘Mad-Eye’ Moody in the Harry Potter series) stars as an offensive and selfish Irish police sergeant who doesn’t mind partaking in the finer delicacies of life such as drugs and Dublin prostitutes. … read more

I Saw The Devil

I Saw The Devil
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Korean filmmaker, Kim Jee-woon, brings Sundance audiences a gruesome psychological thriller that spares no gut-wrenching graphic detail with “I Saw The Devil”. After a psychopath rapes and murders the pregnant fiancée of secret-service agent Soo-hyun, the psychopath becomes the unsuspected prey of the grief-stricken man. … read more

Magic Trip

Magic Trip
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In 1964 author Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters set out on a LSD fueled road trip across the United States in a brightly colored converted school bus driven by none-other than Jack Kerouac’s speed freak traveling companion, Neal Cassidy. Their destination: New York City’s World’s Fair.  … read more

Submarine

Submarine
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Richard Ayoade’s first feature length film is a hilarious and dark coming-of-age story about Oliver Tate, a 15-year-old living in Wales who is as delusional as he is awkward. Tate carries a brief case to school, reads the dictionary for fun, routinely spies on his parents and eventually is convinced that his mother is having an affair with their mystical neighbor.  … read more

Bellflower

Bellflower
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The initial premise for Evan Glodell’s first feature film appears creative enough to be intriguing and engaging all at once. Woodrow (Glodell) and Aiden (Tyler Dawson) are two friends who spend their days preparing for the Apocalypse by constructing flamethrowers and muscle cars that spit fire in preparation for their two-man gang, Mother Medusa, to take over the community once chaos rains over the land. … read more

Abraxas

Abraxas
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“Abraxas” is the story of Jonen, a thirty-something zen monk and family man, who is questioning his role in contemporary Japanese society. Set in a small village outside of Toyko, cultural tradition has pressured Jonen to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a monk. … read more

Happy, Happy

Happy, Happy
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Kaja is an overly optimistic woman living in the middle of nowhere who is married to a man who hasn’t had sex with her for over a year. She claims that family is the most important thing—despite the fact that her husband and son don’t treat her particularly well. Although her life isn’t ideal by any means, she gets through it with a glowing smile.  … read more

KNUCKLE

KNUCKLE
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When you walk out of a film like “KNUCKLE”, you truly question your masculinity and what you’re willing to risk physically defending you and your family’s reputation. For over ten years, director Ian Palmer has documented an ongoing feud between a handful of traveler families (think Brad Pitt’s character in Guy Ritchie’s “Snatch”) in Ireland.  … read more

The Last Mountain

The Last Mountain
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“The Last Mountain” is a carefully crafted environmental documentary covering the extensive damage that mountaintop coal removal has caused in West Virginia’s Coal River Valley.  … read more