"Black Cat" Kimama na neko
- 25 min
The assault on Eden concludes.
"Eve" Rules of Engagement
- 30 min
- 101 min
Bruce Willis plays an aging cop assigned to take a witness (Mos Def) to a New York City courthouse, but they find themselves running the gauntlet as other forces try to prevent them from getting there.
- 94 min
Chronicles the Israeli Defense Forces as they evacuate 8,000 Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip in five days to make way for 250,000 Palestinians.
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A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash
- 85 min
A theatrical documentary on the planet's dwindling oil resources.
Adam & Steve
- 99 min
Inhabiting a post 9/11 New York, "Adam & Steve" follows the romantic trajectory of two people struggling to make love work in spite of overwhelming odds. Having met in the 80's after a disastrous one night stand, Adam (Craig Chester) & Steve (Malcolm Gets) don't recognize each other when they meet again fifteen years later. With the help of their best friends, formerly obese stand up comic Rhonda (Parker Posey), and straight guy ladies man Michael (Chris Kattan), our protagonists fall in love only to realize, a year into their relationship, that they met before and unwittingly changed the course of each other's lives that fatefull night in the 80's. Now the question is: can they accept this and incorporate it into their current understanding of each other? Or more importantly, can they hold hands on the street without being beaten up?
- 61 min
Addison Madeira is a nine year old boy coping with a terrible trauma. Refusing to speak and estranged from his mother, he creates a world of his own, hidden behind a blanket hanging from his bedroom wall.
All the Invisible Children
- 124 min
Seven short films - each one focused on the plight of a different child protagonist.
- 95 min
A series of interwoven story lines focusing on how the proliferation of guns in America affects and shapes lives. The cast of characters includes a Virginia gun shop owner and his college student granddaughter who is pressured to work at the family business; the single mother of a suburban high school assassin; a school principal at a violent inner-city high school; and an exemplary student concealing a handgun at school.
Raymond Ding (Chris Tashima) is not young. He's been married before. He is the only Asian man Aurora Crane (Allison Sie) has ever kissed... and the only man she has ever loved. Three months ago, she told him she was moving out of the apartment they shared for two years. He quietly left instead.