- 99 min
2005 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize.
"Why We Fight," the new film by Eugene Jarecki which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, is an unflinching look at the anatomy of the American war machine, weaving unforgettable personal stories with commentary by a "who's who" of military and beltway insiders. Featuring John McCain, Gore Vidal, William Kristol, Chalmers Johnson, Richard Perle and others, "Why We Fight" launches a bipartisan inquiry into the workings of the military industrial complex and the rise of the American Empire.
- 30 min
- 79 min
Filmmaker Alan Berliner chronicles his lifelong battle with insomnia in this intimate documentary. The cameras roll as he tries to quiet his overly active mind so he can get a decent night's sleep, capturing the details of what it's like to suffer from a chronic sleep disorder. As he struggles to find balance, his friends and family -- who endure the worst of Berliner's bouts with insomnia -- question whether he really wants to find a cure.
- 82 min
16 year-old Kelly Ann gives birth to a baby boy, which is immediately given up for adoption. Six weeks later, trying to get over the emotional upset, she goes on an overnight hike with her church youth group. The group is joined by 18-year-old Lee, the father of Kelly Ann's baby. Kelly Ann isn't pleased to see him. The rest of the group get worried when Kelly Ann starts thinking she hears a baby crying on the moors. But they do indeed find a baby abandoned in a ruined castle. As they hike back to take the baby to safety, the group is stalked by a wild beast that picks them off one by one.
"It's gonna kill us all........"
"Not if we kill it first."
The chase begins..........
- 98 min
In this darkly karmic vision of Arizona, a man who breathes nothing but ill will begins a noxious domino...
Windows On Monday
- 88 min
Frieder and his wife Nina, a doctor, are fixing up their house, though their relationship is obviously strained. Instead of picking up their young daughter Charlotte, Nina drives off to visit her brother Christoph in an isolated cabin. From there, she cycles to a sports hotel in the woods where she stays. Aimlessly wandering around the hotel, she has a brief encounter with an old tennis pro who has been giving demonstrations. Her brother, Frieder, and Charlotte find her, but she does not come home with them. After all the old windows have been removed, Frieder rejects the replacement ones that are delivered. Frieder has a liaison an old girlfriend Maria, who is now Charlotte's nursery school teacher. Nina returns to the house without windows. Written by Will Gilbert
- 98 min
Harris toplines as a reclusive novelist who has an estranged relationship with his daughter (Deschanel). She returns home after a seven-year absence to a house full of strangers that include a wandering loner (Ferrell) and one of the writer's former students (Warner). The daughter's arrival is the catalyst for change in all of them.
Wise Guys Never Die
- 86 min
After being framed for embezzlement, Nick is sent to prison where he meets professional conman Teddy who teaches him everything he needs to know to be a wise guy. After being released from jail, he agress to work with Teddy to get revenge against Dragon, his mentor's old adversary.
- 30 min
In order to protect her daughter, a young single mother is forced to fight after acquiring a powerful ancient weapon.
Within the Cavern: A Video Journal
- 15 min