2008 Movies (By Date)

Teddy Bear

    • Unrated
    • 99 min

    Ben Corisky has a warm, boyish face and an infectious charm. He works, visits his son and pays his child support when he can. He is also a serial killer and he's on a search for answers in the mind of a monster... himself.

    - Written by

    David Sparrow

    Freedom House

      • Unrated
      • 54 min

      The remarkable true story of refugee children who defy a regime with the help of a video camera. Burma is a death zone, battered by silent genocide and the longest civil war in history. Armed with a video camera, refugee students from Burma produce movies that become portals into the triumph and tragedy of their Karen people. Filmed over two years with original photography deep inside Thailand and Burma, this intimate journey examines war and hope through the eyes of children. This is their story...their words. And their dream for a better world.

      - Written by

      Andrew Schultz

       (2008)

      Every Good Thing to Rust

        • Unrated
        • 86 min

        Three friends discover friendship in the age of end times.

        - Written by

        Anonymous

        Eventual Salvation

          • Unrated
          • 87 min
          • Documentary

          Having barely escaped with her life over a decade ago, my American-born, 80 year old grandmother returns to Monrovia, Liberia to rebuild her home and community after the devastating Liberian civil war.

          - Written by

          Rees, Dee

          90 Millas: El Documental

            • Unrated
            • Documentary

            An inside look at musician Gloria Estefan recording her Latin music tribute to album, 90 Millas.

            Fennario's War: The War to End All Wars

              • Unrated
              • 41 min

              David Fennario invited friends and family to his Verdun (Montreal) apartment where he read his newest play, an account in which he takes on the character of the past speaking directly to the present, speaking with power and truth, a dramatic monologue which picks up on the author's lifelong concern with "the war to end all wars." Fennario plays three characters: the young journalist Jerry Nines, the aging veteran Harry "Rosie" Rollins, and his best friend Private Rummie Robidou. The setting is the "King Eddy", a hotel bar in Montreal, Remembrance Day 1977, as Rollins tells Nines about the experience of being in the trenches during World War One.

              - Written by

              Hyman Glustein, Patrick Barnard and Alec G. MacLeod

              You Are Not Alone

                • Unrated
                • 20 min

                While taking dancing lessons, Muharem, a recent graduate of film studies, falls in love with Zoe, a tourist agency clerk. Will they be able to overcome their differences and meet each other by Eternal Flame in Sarajevo?

                - Written by

                Anonymous

                Outsource

                  • Unrated
                  • 12 min

                  In a future world, Human Processing Units are bred to perform menial tasks for people on Earth. But when one HPU discovers he's not alone, he will do anything to make contact.

                  - Written by

                  Anonymous

                  Disappearing Voices: The Decline of Black Radio

                    • Unrated
                    • 67 min

                    La Osa Mayor menos dos

                      • Unrated
                      • 96 min
                      • Documentary