Le premier jour du reste de ta vie
- 114 min
A sprawling drama centered around five key days in a family's life.
- 26 min
Joyce's ghost moves through the small town of Szombathely, while we investigate the phenomena of Bloomsday, celebrated throughout the world, even in the small town in Hungary. Why is Ulysses the Bible of modernism and what is the spell that Joyce cast on us more than hundred years ago? What is Bloom's message to the man of the 21st Century, after all?
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- 90 min
When Luke is viciously attacked and his fiancée is raped and murdered, he pledges to train himself in deadly hand to hand combat and use it against any wrong doers who dare to cross his path.
The Sacrament of Life
- 86 min
Lucian is back from the war and every thing is changed, and there's no way it will ever be the same again. Unless you were there you really have no idea. It's bottled up. Gruesome flashbacks. The war continues to rage from within. The Sacrament of Life offers the perspective from the faction that's actually been there and focuses on the truths of war and the fragility of man. It was directed and completely produced by members of the United States Air Force who have served, or are currently serving, in Iraq or Afghanistan. Trapped in the past. There is the horror of war that remains, lingering. Beyond the war... An illness that does not leave. It fades at times and is mostly invisible. It changes a man and it changes a man for good. "There's this darkness and it fights. It fights... You wouldn't understand... you haven't been there." Thrust back into a relationship and a world of blurred memories, he must learn to deal. As he struggles to adjust and adapt into normal life, he's plagued by his recent and distant past. You may not "understand," but The Sacrament of Life gives a brutal glimpse into what happens when you finally do come home. The war doesn't just go away. The demons are still there. It's a wound that won't heal. Not easily. The question remains. "What are you gonna do?" There's only one shot at this. Written by Mike Skurko
James Castle: Portrait of an Artist
- 53 min
A Documentary on James Castle that reveals the artist's life and creative process, as told by family members, art historians, curators, artists, collectors, and members of the deaf community. A true case of triumph of the spirit, Castle's inspirational story is one of monumental achievement.
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- 108 min
Born to a family of established court painters, a woman is forced to carry on her family name and take over her brother's life after he commits suicide.
Andrus: The Man, the Mind & the Magic
- 78 min
To some of the greatest performing magicians alive today, Jerry Andrus is the name of a legend. Renowned as one of the best and most influential "close-up magic" performers of our time, Jerry is equally regarded among scientists, educators and skeptics as a visionary, poet, philosopher, inventor and creator of truly astounding optical illusions. Andrus; The Man, the Mind & the Magic is the story of a modern day Da Vinci told by the man himself, along with extensive interviews from some of the notable thinkers, artists and magicians in the world today.
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City of Vice
- 300 min
Welcome to eighteenth century London - a world filled with prostitutes, pimps, gamblers and villains. In a time before the invention of modern policing procedures, Henry Fielding (Star Wars' Ian McDairmid) and his blind brother John (Game of Thrones' Iain Glen), battle the perilous streets of Covent Garden in their quest to clean up the crime-ridden city.
- 115 min