2014 March Movies

A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times

A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times

    • NONE
    • 75 min
    • Biography

    Jayson Blair is the most infamous serial plagiarist of our time. He unleashed the massive scandal that rocked the New York Times and the entire world of journalism.

    Against the Wild

    Against the Wild

      • PG
      • 90 min
      • Adventure

      Two siblings and their devoted dog become lost in the wilderness and must learn how to combine their skills, trust their instincts and navigate a terrain as beautiful as it is untamed.

      Airplane Vs Volcano

      Airplane Vs Volcano

        • PG-13
        • 91 min
        • Action

        When a commercial airliner is trapped within a ring of erupting volcanoes, the passengers and crew must find a way to survive – without landing.

        Almost Home

        Almost Home

          • G
          • 4 min
          • Animation

          Introduces the characters in DreamWorks upcoming animated adventure Home, about a group of aliens who seek refuge from their enemies by hiding out on Earth.

          American Arab

          American Arab

            • 63 min
            • Biography

            A Coming of Arab story. Iraqi-American filmmaker Usama Alshaibi (Nice Bombs) shares his own story of experiencing racism in post-9/11 America. Showcasing the diversity of Arabs living in the United States, American Arab sparks a frank conversation about identity and perception, and argues for giving people "the space to be complicated."

            Anita

            Anita

            • 76%
            • NONE
            • 95 min
            • Documentary

            Anita tells the story about young, brilliant African American Anita Hill who accuses the Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of unwanted sexual advances during explosive Senate Hearings in 1991 and ignites a political firestorm about sexual harassment, race, power and politics that resonates 20 years later today.

            Argo 2

            Argo 2

              • Action
              Aux yeux des vivants

              Aux yeux des vivants

                • 90 min
                • Fantasy

                It’s a warm and dry summer. Dan, Tom and Victor, three inseparable adolescents, take advantage of the last day of school to wander in the countryside. They jump with joy when they discover an abandoned old film studio, whose many corridors and halls are just begging to be explored. What they don’t know is that their new playing ground serves as a refuge for Isaac and Klarence Shooter, a man and his strange son who are determined to stop the trio from setting their eyes on their dark secrets. Night falls. Our friends are home again. But they soon realize that something has followed them. This night will be the longest of their young lives. And it very doubtful they’ll ever see the light of day again.

                Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher

                Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher

                  • PG-13
                  • 83 min
                  • Superhero

                  After interfering with a top secret mission, The Punisher is taken into custody by S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and Avenger Black Widow. At the orders of Director Nick Fury, Punisher and Black Widow are sent on a mission to stop Leviathan, a global terrorist organization that plans to sell stolen S.H.I.E.L.D. technology to the highest bidder. Now, the vigilante and spy must work together to prevent this technology from falling into the wrong hands. The fate of the world, and of the Avengers, hangs in the balance.

                  Bastards

                  Bastards

                  • 100%
                  • Unrated
                  • 83 min
                  • Documentary

                  Rabha El Haimer's heroic fight to have her sham marriage recognized and her daughter legitimized by the Moroccan judicial system. It is also a complex and compelling portrait of Moroccan society and its attitudes to women, female sexuality, their position in society and access to education. Through Rabha's story, the Moroccan judicial system is laid open and the contemporary issues facing Islamic women are exposed as they seek to reconcile their desire for increased independence with religious and family traditions.

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