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The Carer

A film by János Edelényi

2016 | 89 min. | Drama/Comedy | United Kingdom & Hungary | English

Diagnosed with a rare form of Parkinson’s Disease, ailing theatrical legend Sir Michael Gifford (Brian Cox) is terminally ill. He’s also foul-mouthed, irascible, and highly resistant to the concept of allowing a full time care giver into his home. Sir Michael’s daughter Sophia (Emilia Fox) reluctantly brings in Dorottya, an aspiring Hungarian actress herself in need of a day job, who secretly hopes that this opportunity to care for Sir Michael will propel her own career onstage and endures his unbearable temperament. Their relationship gradually improves as Dorottya’s warming personality and knowledge of theatre begins to grow on the old lion. The real drama begins to unfold when Sir Michael learns of his scheming daughter’s plans to remove Dorottya from his life, from whom he has regained a sense of meaning and vigor. Starring: Brian Cox, Coco König, Emilia Fox, Anna Chancellor, Karl Johnson  Read more →

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The President

A film by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

2014 | 115 min. | Dark Comedy | Georgia, France, UK, Germany | Georgian w/English subtitles

The President tells the story of a dictator who is forced to personally confront the many people tortured by his regime after his government is overthrown. After a coup d’état uproots his position of power, the President’s wife and daughters are flown out of the country as he stays behind with his grandson. His personal escort and bodyguards turn on him, and he is forced to disguise himself and flee into the countryside to avoid capture. He soon learns that he is now the country’s most wanted fugitive and begins a perilous journey with his grandson traveling towards the coast to an awaiting ship that will take them to safety.   Starring: Misha Gorniashvili, Dachi Orvelashvili, Guja Burduli  Read more →

 

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Remembrance

A film by Anna Justice

2010 | 105 min. | Jewish | Germany & Poland | German, Polish and w/English subtitles

Inspired by actual events, Remembrance depicts a remarkable love story that blossomed amidst the terror of a German concentration camp in Poland in 1944. In a daring escape Tomasz, a young Polish political prisoner, rescues his Jewish fiancee Hannah. With the Nazis in pursuit, Hannah and Tomasz make their way into hiding. Chaos ensues and the two are torn apart and each becomes convinced that the other is lost. Starring: Alice Dwyer, Mateusz Damięcki, Dagmar Manzel, Shantel Van Santen, David Rasche, Lech Mackiewicz, Susanne Lothar.  Read more →

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Open Up To Me

A film by Simo Halinen

2013 | 95 min. | LGBT | Finland | Finnish w/English subtitles

Maarit (Leea Klamola) has successfully managed to live what she considers a double life – a male body transformed into a woman. Maarit’s new life and body have come with a considerable price: an estranged wife and daughter, the feeling of being a stranger in a familiar but cold world, and a nagging conscience to confess her sexual identity to would-be employers and those who try to get too close. Most of all she longs to revive the relationship with her estranged daughter Pinja (Emmi Nivala). Starring: Leea Klemola, Peter Franzén, Ria Kataja  Read more →

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The Two Horses of Genghis Khan

A film by Byambasuren Davaa

2009 | 91 min. | Documentary | Mongolia | Mongolian w/English subtitles

An unfulfilled promise to her grandmother leads singer Urna Chahar Tugchi to Outer Mongolia to search for remnants of an old, lost memory that was torn away in the resulting chaos of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, a terrible event leaving bitter effects which Mongolians must bear forever. This lost memory is none other than the grandmother’s beloved horse head violin, the symbol of a lost generation, and the unfulfilled promise is that Urna have the precious instrument restored and the ancient song of the Mongols The Two Horses of Genghis Khan re-engraved on it. Starring: Urna Chahar-Tugchi, Hicheengui Sambuu, Chimed Dolgor  Read more →

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Einstein’s Universe

Hosted by Peter Ustinov

1979 | 118 min. | Documentary | US | Two-Disc Set

This highly informative and educational two hour BBC program was written and conceived by Nigel Calder, author of several books on science, including Einstein’s Universe, upon which this program is based. It is hosted by Peter Ustinov, who becomes educated in Einstein’s theories by many of the best minds in science, who provide demonstrations to illustrate his teachings. These include experiments to help understand gravity, warped space, how light responds to gravity, the “Doppler effect” and how radio waves, as used in police radar, are an unbeatable way of measuring speed.  Read more →

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Home From Home

A film by Edgar Reitz

2013 | 230 min. | Historical Fiction | Germany | German w/English subtitles

Set in a dreary, unforgiving mid-19th century German village in Hunsrück, Home From Home captures the plight of hundreds of thousands of Europeans who emigrated to faraway South America to escape the famine, poverty and despotism that ruled at home. Their motto was: “Any fate is better than death”. Edgar Reitz’s film is a heart-wrenching drama and love story set against the backdrop of this forgotten tragedy. It encompasses a time of tribulation and illuminates the revolutionary and intellectual spirit present in the souls who are center of this tale.   Starring: Jan Dieter Schneider, Antonia Bill, Maximilian Scheidt, Marita Breuer  Read more →

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Little England

A film by Pantelis Voulgaris

2014 | 132 min. | Drama | Greece | Greek w/English subtitles

Set during the 1930’s on the Greek island of Andros, Little England is a passionate story about two young sisters determined to escape the fate that typically befalls most women of the island. Twenty-year-old Orsa is passionately in love with second mate Spiros Maltabes, a secret she dares not reveal anyone, least of all her domineering mother, Mina or her sister Moscha. Mina conspires and uses her societal connections to wed her daughters off to the wealthiest suitors; Orsa to ship owner and captain Nikos Vatokouzis and later Moscha to the very man she rejected as a potential husband to Orsa, Spiros Maltabes, now a captain and ship owner. In the wake of World War II, suppressed feelings are rekindled between Orsa and Spiros, and fate reveals a dark and long held secret. Starring: Penelope Tsilika, Sofia Kokkali, Anneza Papadopoulou, Andreas Konstantinou, Maximos Moumouris  Read more →

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Two Hundred Thousand Dirty

A film by Timothy L. Anderson

2012 | 89 min. | Comedy | USA | English

Meet Rob (Mark Greenfield) and Manny (Coolio), the unsuccessful, unrefined and uncouth sales force behind Affordable Mattress. The pair spend their days shifting around unsold inventory, taking smoke breaks, washing windows, and middling with employees from other stores in the strip mall. Desperate to improve sales, Preston (Kenneth McGregor) the store manager, hires a pretty woman named Isabelle (Rocío Verdejo) to help sell mattresses. The seemingly charming Isabelle, however, sells not only mattresses but also a scheme to her three new friends – murder her ex-husband and make it look like an accident so that she can collect a $200,000 life insurance payout, which she will split with them. Starring: Mark Greenfield, Coolio, Rocío Verdejo, C. Clayton Blackwell, Kenneth McGregor.  Read more →

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Within the Whirlwind

A film by Marleen Gorris

2009 | 100 min. | Historical Drama | Germany, Belguim & Poland | English

Ten years of imprisonment in a Soviet Gulag – this was endured by Eugenia Ginzburg, a teacher and writer, as she was swept up in one of Joseph Stalin’s brutal purges in the 1930’s as the dictator tightened his grip on the Soviet Union. Ginzburg survived and lived to tell about it. Though most Americans are familiar with the Nazi Holocaust, few are aware of similar purges that took place in other countries, such as the mass annihilation of millions of Soviet citizens as a result of Joseph Stalin’s intense desire to eliminate would-be political enemies. Starring: Emily Watson, Ulrich Tukur, Ian Hart.  Read more →

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Beautiful Darling

A film by James Rasin

2010 | 86 min. | LGBT | USA | English

Beautiful Darling chronicles the short but influential life of Candy Darling, who was a major part of Andy Warhol’s entourage and one of the inspirations for the Lou Reed song “Walk on the Wild Side.” The film uses both current and vintage interviews, excerpts from Candy’s own diaries and letters, as well as vintage footage of Candy and friends. Chloë Sevigny appears as the voice of Candy Darling, and interview subjects include: John Waters, Fran Lebowitz, Holly Woodlawn, Julie Newmar.  Read more →

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Vincent Wants to Sea

A film by Ralf Huettner

2010 | 96 min. | Comedy | Germany & Italy | German w/English subtitles

Vincent Wants To Sea tells the story of a Tourette’s sufferer named Vincent who has just endured the loss of his mother. His father, an ambitious politician running for office who cannot be burdened with the task of caring for Vincent, sends him off to a rehabilitation clinic, where he will learn how to manage his twitches, tics, and ill-timed and unpremeditated verbal outbursts. Once indoctrinated into the program, Vincent finds solace in his new friends, Marie and Alexander. The three friends escape from the hospital on a road trip across Europe to honor the dying wish of Vincent’s mother; to have her ashes spread at sea. Starring: Florian David Fitz, Heino Ferch, Karoline Herfurth, Katharina Müller-Elmau, Johannes Allmayer.  Read more →

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Lila Lila

A film by Alain Gsponer

2009 | 107 min. | Comedy | Germany | German w/English subtitles

David Kern (Daniel Brühl) is a hapless waiter who chances upon an unpublished novel in an old dresser he buys at a flea market. Desperate to impress Marie (Hannah Herzsprung), a young woman he fancies, he presents the manuscript to her as his own. Marie is fascinated and surprises David by submitting it to a publisher. The book quickly becomes a literary sensation must to David’s dismay. David’s guilt of his deception becomes very stressful; but it’s nothing compared to the panic that follows when the real author, Jacky (Henry Hubchen) surfaces to talk to David about their newfound predicament. Starring: Daniel Brühl, Hannah Herzsprung, Henry Hübchen.  Read more →

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Klitschko

A film by Sebastian Dehnhardt

2011 | 110 min. | Documentary | German, Ukrainian and English w/English subtitles

This unique documentary takes a look at the lives of Ukraine’s most famous athlete brothers: World Heavyweight Boxing Champions Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko. From humble beginnings in the Ukraine to championship bouts in Madison Square Garden, the brothers have used their talents to dominate the boxing world and win the hearts of hundred of thousands of fans around the world. Featuring Wladimir & Vitali Klitschko; Interviews with Larry Merchant, Emanuel Steward, Lennox Lewis.  Read more →

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A Long Way From Home

A film by Virginia Gilbert

2013 | 80 min. | Drama | UK, France | English

Joseph (James Fox) and his wife, Brenda (Brenda Fricker) have retired to the South of France. Joseph finds himself bored, lonely and miserable. On a chance meeting with a young couple, Joseph becomes infatuated with the beautiful Suzanne (Natalie Dormer). Joseph, a moral man and gentleman, is able to keep his emotions well-contained, however, the encounter with Suzanne has stirred something inside of him that will change his stale life forever. Starring James Fox, Brenda Fricker, Natalie Dormer.  Read more →

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The Rising Sun

A film by Fabian Kimoto

2011 | 90 min. | Dance & Documentary | Switzerland | German & English w/English subtitles

The eight member Roc Kidz Crew, one of the most authentic hip-hop formations ever gave up their middle-class lives and material expectations of life and make their way as a multicultural break-dancing crew all over Europe, on a tour that promises neither profit nor fame. Theirs is a journey full of surprises and positive encounters: with their love of dance, music and freedom, the Roc Kidz Crew radiates a pure zest for life that crosses all social and ethnic borders.  Read more →

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Policeman

A film by Nadav Lapid

2011 | 105 min. | Fictional Drama | Israel | Hebrew w/English subtitles

Yaron, an elite special operations squad leader, is the spiritual leader and alpha male among his peers, a small, highly trained team that is part of the Israeli Defense Ministry’s Anti-Terrorism unit. Like a band of brothers, these men work, play, laugh, and cry together. They are true patriots; they love their country, their families, and each other. Yaron is ambitious and energetic, but a cyclone of emotions consumes him. His wife is expecting their first child, and the failing health of a team member weighs on his soul as the men contend with an unforgivable accident resulting from a miscalculation during a recent rescue mission, and the price that must be paid as a result of this. Starring: Yiftach Klein, Michael Mushonov, Michael Aloni, Meital Berdah.  Read more →

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Days to Come

A film by Lars Kraume

2010 | 128 min. | Fictional Drama | Germany | German w/English subtitles

Europe, 2020 – The European Union has collapsed after the onset of the 4th Gulf War. The fight for the last remaining oil reserves has unveiled a poisonous sentiment that engulfs the citizenry, cutting into the deepest parts of the fabric of civilization. As the old Europe is flooded by refugees from adjacent continents, economic conditions worsen and worsen, and chaos ensues. Families and relationships are torn apart, and violence seems the only promise of survival in this dark new world. Starring: Bernadette Heerwagen, Daniel Brühl, Johanna Wokalek, August Diehll, Susanne Lothar.  Read more →

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Jail Caesar

A film by Paul Schoolman

2012 | 90 min. | Drama | UK, South Africa, Canada | English

Jail Caesar (aka String Caesar) is a feature film that tells the timeless story of an adolescence shaped by social and political events. It charts a young man’s impassioned quest for power, for the meaning of freedom and to know himself, to live his dreams, and achieve his ambitions. The film explores his struggle to survive by becoming a power broker, a manipulator and then a dictator — the genesis of a powerful man, with roots in politics, violence, and gang warfare. The story, shot in three of the most notorious prisons in the world, uses both acclaimed actors and actual inmates incarcerated in these prisons to reenact the tale of a young Julius Caesar. Starring: Derek Jacobi, John Kani, Alice Krige, Warren Adler, Richard Clifford.  Read more →

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Calm At Sea

A film by Volker Schlöndorff

2011 | 96 min. | Historical Drama | France | French and German w/English subtitles

Few outside Europe are familiar with Guy Môquet, the symbol of the French Resistance against the Nazi occupation during the second World War, but to the country of France, he is a brave soul that lives forever in their hearts and minds. Calm at Sea, a narrative based on Môquet’s final days, is one of the outstanding historical dramas that Corinth is especially proud to distribute.  Starring: Léo Paul Salmain, Marc Barbé, Ulrich Matthes, Jean-Marc Roulot, Sébastien Accart.  Read more →

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Road North

A film by Mika Kaurismäki

2012 | 110 min. | Comedy | Finland | Finnish w/English subtitles

Timo, an esteemed concert pianist, gets the surprise of his life one day after arriving home after a performance only to find a homeless drunkard asleep outside his front door. The man, Leo (played by Finnish musician, actor and artist Vesa-Matti Loiri), makes the outrageous claim to be Timo’s long-lost father who left the country when Timo was three and hadn‘t been in touch since. Leo, as mysterious and manipulative as he is slovenly, has returned to bestow his legacy upon his only son, and to re-unite him with his estranged family — Timo’s sister, ex-wife and daughter. Creating more questions than answers, Leo proves to be his son’s alter-ego of sorts, eventually prying him from his comfort zone and forcing him to reluctantly reconcile with shadows of the past. Starring: Vesa-Matti Loiri, Samuli Edelmann, Mari Perankoski, Irina Björklund.  Read more →

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Where I Belong

A film by Fritz Urschitz

2014 | 90 min. | Historical Drama | UK and Austria | German and English w/English subtitles

Rosemarie Kohschitz is a hard-working young woman like many others of her age in late 1950s England. When she gets home though, the young English lady becomes her father’s little Austrian daughter – she is all aging and embittered émigré Friedrich Koschitz has left. While Friedrich tries in vain to reclaim the estate that was taken from them in the war, Rosemarie’s life is split between evenings in the dance hall with her friends and the grueling routine of her work and the life with her father – her English and her Austrian identity. Change comes for them both, however, when Anton, a charming but married man and Friedrich’s old friend from the days in internment arrives and triggers love, loss and longing. Starring: Natalie Press, Johannes Krisch, Matthias Habich.  Read more →

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The Most Important Thing in Life is Not Being Dead

A film by Olivier Pictet, Pablo Martin Torrado, Marc Refuenco

2011 | 100 min. | Fictional Drama | Spain | Spanish w/English subtitles

A Franconian era comedic drama, this cerebral and tantalizing film by the Olpama Film team (consisting of Olivier Pictet, Pablo Martin Torrado, and Marc Recuenco Bigorda) explores a man‘s identity crisis as he awakens one day to realize that life is not at all what it seemed to be for many years. This is a familiar notion that each of us has explored at one time or another, however for the main character, Jacobo, his situation is elaborately complicated by the appearance of a phantom. Although not menacing or violent, the phantom leaves Jacobo with a figurative ball of yarn, which begins to unwind, symbolizing his once peaceful existence.  Starring: Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Francisco Nortes, Mercè Montalà.   Read more →

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Habermann

A film by Juraj Herz

2010 | 104 min. | Historical Drama | Germany, Czech Republic | German w/English subtitles

Habermann is a stimulating film that raises awareness of a post World War II event that must never be forgotten – the brutal and horrific expulsion of ethnic Germans from the Sudetenland and other parts of Eastern Europe. A result of the resentment against Germans as Nazi sympathizers that are responsible for the war, millions of Germans that had been peacefully co-existing alongside Czechs were stripped of their land and possessions and forced in mass exodus back to German soil.  Starring: Mark Waschke, Hannah Herzsprung, Karel Roden, Ben Becker.   Read more →

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My German Friend

A film by Jeanine Meerapfel

2012 | 100 min. | Jewish | Germany and Argentina | Spanish and German w/English subtitles

After the war, Nazis and Jews alike fled to Argentina to escape war crime tribunals and the horrendous persecution of the past, respectively. Each brings with them an intense dislike of the other, trying their best to begin new lives, but the ghosts of the past sometimes never let go.  Starring: Max Riemelt, Celeste Cid, Benjamin Sadler, Noemi Frenkel.   Read more →

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Seamonsters

A film by Julian Kerridge

2011 | 97 min. | Fictional Drama | United Kingdom | English

Set in the seaside town of Worthing, England, the title of this film suggests something other than a cute, charming picture. Although Seamonsters would most strongly appeal to a younger audience, almost any person could identify with the thematic elements of this film: the testing of one’s breaking point, the pain of being deceived by a close friend, and the agony of a dark secret being revealed.  Starring: Reece Noi, Jack McMullen, Georgia Henshaw, Leila Mimmack, Rita Tushingham.   Read more →

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As If I Am Not There

A film by Juanita Wilson

2010 | 109 min. | Historical Drama | Ireland, Macedonia, Sweden | Bosnian, Serbian & Croatian w/English subtitles

As If I Am Not There is a story of a young school teacher from Sarajevo, Samira, whose life is shattered the day a Serbian soldier walks into her apartment and orders her to pack her things. Shortly after the onset of the Bosnian War, her village is invaded by the Serbian army: the men are executed, and the women are rounded up and cast into servitude.  Starring: Natasha Petrovic, Fedja Stukan, Jelena Jovanova.   Read more →

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A Life For Ballet

A film by Marlène lonesco

2011 | 95 min. | Dance | France | French w/English Subtitles

For ballet fans, as well as those interested in the dance arts, A Life for Ballet offers a stunning look at the master Pierre Lacotte and his impressive career. Lacotte and his wife and dance partner, Ghislaine Thesmar, influenced the world of ballet with their work, including adaptations of romantic ballets such as Coppelia in Shanghai in 2002, Daughter of the Danube in Tokyo in 2007 and La Sylphide in 2011 in Vienna and Moscow. Thesmar was Prima Ballerina in La Sylphide in Buenos Aires and Tokyo and in Swan Lake with Ruolf Noureev, and has been an esteemed professor at the Opera de Paris. Starring: Pierre Lacotte and Ghislaine Thesmar.   Read more →

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Miss Conception

A film by Eric Styles

2008 | 104 min. | Comedy | UK & USA, Germany | English

Shortly after determining that single life seems to suit her for the time being, Georgina is doused with cold water after learning that a genetic irregularity will soon render her completely unable to bear children, dashing to pieces her hopes and dreams of matriarchal bliss. That is, unless she can become pregnant in the time frame allotted by her doctor before her body permanently loses the ability to fertilize an embryo – one week. Casting any remaining sense of reason to the wind, Georgina and her best friend Clem (played by Mia Kirshner) come up with a plan to expedite the process of finding a suitable mate to replace Zak and fulfill Georgina’s ambition of becoming pregnant… a task ill-suited for the illogical and desperate minds at work. Starring: Heather Graham, Mia Kirshner, Tom Ellis, Will Mellor.   Read more →

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Bicycle Thieves

A film by Vittorio De Sica

1984 | 90 min. | Classics | Italy | Italian w/English Subtitles

Bicycle Thieves quickly solidified its position as one of the greatest films ever made when it was originally released. In his December 13th, 1949 review for The New York Times, Bosley Crowther called it “brilliant and devastating — a film that will tear your heart, but which should fill you with warmth and compassion.” The film later won a special honorary Academy Award for Outstanding Foreign Language Film. Starring: Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiola, Lianella Carell, Elena Altieri.

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A film by Federico Fellini

1963 | 138 min. | Classics | Italy | Italian w/English Subtitles

Federico Fellini’s surreal self portrait, a triumph of art and imagination, is one of the indisputable cornerstones of a collection of great cinema. It has been studied, acclaimed and loved all over the world, it is a motion picture that can never grow old. 8½ is Fellini’s soul, a magnificently textured film that mingles dreams, reality and fantasy with a riot of visual imagery; a comic extravaganza of overwhelming brilliance. Starring: Marcello Mastroianni, Anouk Aimée, Sandra Milo, Claudia Cardinale.

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