Funny Ha Ha
- 85 min
Marnie just graduated from college, drinks likes she's still in school, is looking for a temp job but a permanent boyfriend. She loves a guy who doesn't love her (?), ping-pongs between awkward romantic alternatives and even less suitable jobs.
"Funny Ha Ha" paints a portrait of Marnie that captures the aimless, stop and go rhythms of a young slacker's life.
- 90 min
In Graves End, the four year-old son of the wealthy financier Tag Graves is kidnapped and the criminals demand a ransom of six million dollars. FBI agent Paul Rickman is assigned to the case that ends with the cruel death of the child and the disappearance of the requested amount. The kidnapper Luke Devilyn is arrested but is released after his trial due to fails in the evidences. He returns to Graves End, a place where the 666 dwellers welcome ex-cons rejected by other towns. When Luke Devilyn is found dead in the woods nearby the town, agent Rickman notes that the criminals that move to Graves End simply vanish, and he returns to the town for further investigation. He meets Sheriff Hooper and recognizes him from a case of bad temper and attitude with great repercussion in the past. Meanwhile, the psychopath Billy also comes to the town leaving a trail of blood behind. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Happily Ever After
- 100 min
Yvan Attal's new film depicts three buddies, two married, one single, and their various relationships. Vincent (Attal) and Georges (Alain Chabat) are the married ones, each with a five-year-old child. Both men are beginning to chafe at the "bonds" they imagine to be constraining their lives. It doesn't make things any easier that the other member of the triumvirate, Fred (Alain Cohen), is a bachelor with an endless row of women lined up to share his bed. Ironically, while envied by his pals, Fred ultimately desires what they have: a committed relationship with one partner.
It is subsequently revealed that Vincent is seeing another woman and keeping the affair a secret from his friends and from his wife, Gabrielle (Charlotte Gainsbourg). But Gabrielle, unbeknownst to Vincent, is already aware of her husband's affair and is just hoping that things will all work out - until, that is, she encounters an attractive stranger in the aisles of a music store.
- 240 min
A chronicle of the life of the Greek hero who, after killing his three sons must perform six labors to repent.
- 90 min
Illegal Aliens Attack!
- 6 min
It's the Summer of 2003 and California's governor, Gray Davis, is embroiled in a heated recall election campaign. In a last ditch effort to remain in power, he signs a controversial bill, SB60, allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses. Meanwhile, an extra-terrestrial scout is arrested for driving without a license in his preparation to attack Sacramento. Instead of foiling the plot, the arrest inadvertently allows the aliens to become a driving force behind the gubernatorial recall campaign. But when the new governor's allegiance is questioned, the jailed alien scout must begin grooming his truly loyal cell-mate for their next phase of attack... Written by Jason Long
In The City
- 110 min
A group of friends in a big city. A journey through each of their private, untold stories. Through their deepest feelings and secret desires. Through the world of emotions always kept hidden. Loneliness IN THE CITY in a choral, urban story.
- 93 min
In this provocative and gritty ensemble piece we explore the destroyed worlds of four lovers. The film starts in a tacky Vegas chapel with Steven, Bill, Kerry and Katie thinking about their failed relationships. They each reflect on their recent past and how each came to be married in the chapel. Their four marriages came about during fragile moments of desperation and need. As we reflect back on the four gut wrenching stories of love, violence, laughter and heartache we are eventually brought to the present day and the reality that each well painted story is still unresolved. Steven is the "wannabe" rocker. Bill is the fragile X marine. Kerry is the struggling mother with a handicapped son. Katie is the hippie drifter nomading around the country. The final resolution will leave them facing the cold fact that love can be harsh and life marches forward irrespective of their broken lives. These four enticing stories leave us moved by the stark emotions of their Indigo Hearts. Written by Tom Duncan
- 110 min
Former acclaimed dancer Na Young-sae (Park Keon-Hyeong) attempts to make a comeback after his opponent, Hyun-soo (Yoon Chan), purposely injures him at a dance competition. At the suggestion of dance studio manager Ma Sang-doo (Park Won-sang), Young-sae then brings to Korea Jang Chae-rin (Moon Geun-Young), an ethnic Korean from China whom he presumes is a renowned, talented dancer. To his surprise, Young-sae learns Chae-rin knows nothing about dancing and her soon-to-be married older sister, Chae-min, is the talented dancer. With only three months until the national dance championship, Young-sae trains Chae-rin, vowing to turn turn her a world-class dancer. Written by Wikipedia
King Arthur's Disasters
- 24 min