El viaje de la nonna
- 93 min
La Nonna can't remember much except her late Italian husband and the fact that she wants to go to Italy with ALL her family before she dies. Most of the family members don't have the time, money and especially can't see the point: "Why bother? She won't remember that we went anyway." -- "Well, if she can't remember let's just tell her we already went." ---Obviously, it's not that easy. Written by S. Silva
- 90 min
A screenwriter suffering from writer's block decides to lock himself in his apartment for 18 days in order to meet a career-making deadline. His script involves characters from his past, including a terrifying and disfigured clown. As cabin fever sets, he soon finds himself living in a world where what's real and what's fiction begin to cross lines with chilling and fatal consequences.
Fist of the Vampire
- 96 min
1977. A family is murdered in cold blood. The case goes unsolved for decades and remains a mystery. Enter the present day, detective Lee Southward is sent on assignment to infiltrate an illegal underground fighting tournament and bring in the organizers. Lee battles his way to the top of the tournaments in attempts to get closer to the organizers. As Lee draws closer and begins to piece clues together he is brought back to the case closed decades ago. However there is a problem: The organizers are of the undead and crave human blood! Lee must fight his way through all the sex, drugs, and violence of the underground while trying to piece together evidence with the help of an undercover officer and find a way to stop the undead! Written by killerwolf films
Garfield Gets Real
- 75 min
Garfield is back with a new look. Tired with his routine as a comic strip star, Garfield escapes the page and heads into the "real world." While living the low-key life of a real housecat, he learns his comic will be cancelled if he doesn't return before the newspaper goes to print. The video games will follow the storyline as Garfield plows through obstacles to make his way back home.
- 106 min
Harried and overworked, Taeko (Kobayashi Satomi) leaves the city for a much-needed island vacation. Stepping off a propeller plane onto golden sands, she drags her giant suitcase across the beach to Hamada Inn. Owner Yuji (Mitsuishi Ken) is impressed; it's the first time in three years a guest has made it to his inn without getting lost. The next morning Taeko wakes up to the greetings of peculiar fellow vacationer Sakura (Motai Masako) who leads the townspeople in funny morning calisthenics on the beach. Thus begins Taeko's strange vacation on this strange island full of strange people. At first Taeko finds the laidback attitude and mass idleness hard to bear, but soon she too begins to see the joy in "twilighting".
Gone with the Woman
- 87 min
A woman moves into a young man's home and starts to run his life -- a process that makes him fall hopelessly in love with her.
Great World of Sound
- 106 min
GREAT WORLD OF SOUND is a sly, engaging ride down the bumpy back-roads to fame. The story of two struggling talent agents searching for the next--or simply nearest--best thing, Craig Zobel's first feature is a wryly comic look at the underside of today's "American Idol" culture.
Hell On Wheels
- 90 min
In 2001 a rowdy group of Austin women were determined to ressurect an old sport, but with a new spin. This is the beginning of a revolution: HELL ON WHEELS is the ass-kicking documentary film telling the story of a group of Texas women who band together to resurrect roller derby for the 21st century. Emerging from the Austin music and arts scene, these women create a rock and roll fueled version of all-girl roller derby that has spawned the derby craze that's sweeping the nation.
- 80 min
Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which will celebrate its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives. The film is an exploration of urban spaces in major cities and the type that inhabits them, and a fluid discussion with renowned designers about their work, the creative process, and the choices and aesthetics behind their use of type.
Here Is What Is
- 90 min
A behind-the-scenes look at Grammy-winning Canadian composer and record producer Daniel Lanois.
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