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DESERT RIDERS Opens Friday April 25th | NR

Theater One 1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:20
Camel racing, often called the Sport of Kings, is very popular in the Middle East. DESERT RIDERS is the harrowing story of some of the thousands of boys, as young as two years old, who have been trafficked from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania and Sudan to the Gulf States to work as camel jockeys. Sexually and physically abused, these young children were forced to live in horrendous conditions, starved to avoid weight gain, worked long hours even when clearly underage. In 2005, with international pressure brought to bear, help from the Bush Administration and courageous NGOs, many of the children were repatriated only to find themselves strangers in their home countries. As a plea to stop all abuse of children worldwide, seasoned filmmakers Vic Sarin and Noemi Weis reveal a complex history that helps these young men tell their story to the world.

WINNER: Best Documentary - Protection of Children’s rights- One World Human Rights Film Fest
WINNER: Best cinematography - Canadian Society of Cinematography NOMINATED: “Excellence in Documentary” - Director’s Guild of Canada

Running time: 1:26
Language: English
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TANZANIA: A JOURNEY WITHIN Opens Friday April 25th | NR

Theater Three 1:00 3:05 5:10 7:15 9:45
He’s from a place so old it’s been called the cradle of mankind. She’s led a privileged life in America without hardship or pain. Together these two unlikely friends embark upon a journey from the heights of Mt. Kilimanjaro to the depths of an AIDS ravaged village where even the smallest children become outcasts at the mere hint of the disease and malaria is an ever-present threat. As Venance and Kristen experience the ancient culture, heart-breaking poverty, and eternal spirituality of Venance’s motherland, the ability of the Tanzanian people to love, dream, and persevere in the face of overwhelming hardship triggers a life-changing transformation in Kristen—one that brings her face to face with her own mortality and will ultimately cause thousands of lives to be saved. This film is a dramatic, emotional, and visually stunning odyssey that will challenge and inspire you.

Running time: 1:42
Language: English

SPECIAL TREAT: Q&A with Director, Sylvia Caminer and subjects (Kristen Kenney & Venance Ndibalema) Fri 4/25 @ 7:15PM, Sat & Sun @3:05PM & 7:15PM

WINNER: Best Documentary/Best World Showcase (best of fest) - SoHo Int'l Film Festival
WINNER: Best Documentary - Albuquerque Films Festival
WINNER: Best Documentary - Long Island International Film Expo.
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BRIGHT DAYS AHEAD Opens Friday April 25th | NR

Theater Two 1:05 3:10 5:20 7:30 9:30
For recent retiree Caroline (Fanny Ardant, 8 WOMEN, CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS), a new life of freedom and opportunity lies before her: time to take care of her children, her husband, and most of all, to finally take care of herself. But while her peers at the local seniors’ club pass the time with ceramics and amateur theater, she finds a new hobby of her own between the sheets with the center’s computer teacher Julien (Laurent Lafitte, LITTLE WHITE LIES), a carefree ladies man decades her junior. The couple set rules for their affair, but Caroline seems to like courting danger, taking her lover to places she knows they might be seen and telling lies to her husband (Patrick Chesnais, THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY) that could easily be checked out. As Caroline finds herself in the midst a second youth – taking a new lover, living new experiences, breaking the rules, not doing what’s expected of her – will her retirement mark the beginning of the end for her marriage, or a new beginning?

Running time: 1:34
Language: French With English Subtitles
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WE COULD BE KING Opens Friday April 25th | NR

Theater Four 1:00 3:00 5:10 7:00 9:15
Against the backdrop of a city in upheaval, WE COULD BE KING follows a cast of unforgettable characters through an improbable football season.

Germantown and Martin Luther King High Schools were bitter rivals for over 40 years. This year, a budget crisis caused Philadelphia to lay off over 4000 employees and close 37 schools, including Germantown High. Now Germantown must merge with their former rival, King. Against overwhelming odds, a 27-year old first-time head coach and a new principal fight to inspire young men from difficult circumstances to come together and lift each other toward a better future.

Two-time Emmy nominated director Judd Ehrlich uses an intimate, unflinching lens to tell a story much larger than the Martin Luther King Cougars. As the threat of more drastic budget cuts and the loss of funding for athletics loom large, WE COULD BE KING examines the crisis of education in urban America, and celebrates the power of sports to bring young people, neighborhoods, and a city together.

Runtime: 1:20 min
Language: English

FOR A WOMAN Opens Friday May 2nd | NR

Anne has a very active imagination, only natural for a writer. But in her mid-thirties, she still knows practically nothing of her own family's past. After her mother's death, Anne discovers old photos and letters that convince her to take a closer look at the life of her parents, Michael and Léna. The young couple met in the concentration camps during World War II, later moving to France to start their new life together. Soon, Anne's research into their Jewish history and their ties to Lyon's communist party reveals the existence of a mysterious uncle, Jean, whom everyone seems intent on forgetting entirely. As she gradually closes in on the discovery she didn't know she was looking for, her father grows ever more ill, and may take the secret that kept them apart for so long to his grave. In a journey that stretches from post-war France to the 1980s, Anne's destiny intertwines with her father's past until they form a single, unforgettable story.

Running time: 1:50
Language: French With English Subtitles
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A young fugitive flees malevolent government agents while seeking a cure for the condition that transports him to random locations across the planet when he falls asleep.

Running time: 1:22
Language: English
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MORE THAN THE RAINBOW Opens Friday May 2nd | NR

1:00 4:30 8:30
After three decades turning his lens on New York City, taxi driver turned street photographer Matt Weber has seen it all. More Than the Rainbow not only chronicles the life and times of Weber, but becomes a vibrant conversation about the photographic medium, artistic expression, and New York City. Shot partially in gorgeous 35mm and largely scored to the music of Thelonious Monk, More Than the Rainbow interweaves verité, still photography and revealing interviews with Weber and fellow photographers like Ralph Gibson, Zoe Strauss, and Eric Kroll, as well as lifestyle designer Todd Oldham to create an evocative documentary that is a poetic celebration of the world's greatest city and the individuals who walk its streets.

Running time: 1:23
Language: English

SPECIAL TREAT: Director Dan Wechsler & Photographer Matt Weber will be present for a Q&A following Friday & Saturday’s 8:30PM show
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3:00 & 6:30
In this compelling documentary Oscar-winning director Allan Miller gives us an intimate look at the musical life of violinist Robert Mann. A founding member and first violinist of the Juilliard String Quartet, for 51 years Mann has been one of the most important influences in chamber music. The documentary includes rare footage of Juilliard String Quartet performances, Mann’s renowned coaching sessions, and interviews with many of classical music’s greatest performers, all revealing Mann’s profound influence as a chamber musician, teacher, and composer.

Running time: 0:58
Language: English

SPECIAL TREAT: Director Allan Miller will be present for a Q&A following Friday/Saturday/Sunday’s 6:30PM show
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"Based on actual events in the life of the filmmaker, Writer/Director Nick Gaglia's OVER THE GW tells the story of a cult-like, drug-rehabilitation center that abuses, brainwashes, and imprisons vulnerable teens.

Inspired by the book Help at Any Cost by Maia Szalavitz, AARON BACON is based on the true story of a troubled, 16-year-old boy who dies as a result of physical abuse and starvation in a tough-love, wilderness, drug-treatment facility.

With the purchase of a ticket for the evening showing of Altered States of Plaine, Saturday May 3rd thru Thursday May 8th you can see all three films ALTERED STATES OF PLAINE, OVER THE GW & AARON BACON for one price."
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UNCLAIMED Opens Friday May 2nd | NR

After enduring a traumatic childhood and two years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, Tom Faunce made an oath to spend the rest of his life helping those in need. Four decades later, he discovers a mysterious man in Southeast Asia claiming to be an American Special Forces soldier listed as 'Killed In Action.' Working against government forces trying to cover up the story, Tom struggles to prove the lost soldier’s identity and reunite him with his family.

SPECIAL TREAT: Director/Producer Michael Jorgensen will be present for Q&A's following the 7:40 show on Sunday May 4th and Monday May 5th.

Running time: 1:17
Language: English
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KIDNAPPED FOR CHRIST Opens Friday May 2nd | NR

Kidnapped for Christ tells the shocking stories of American teenagers who were taken from their homes and shipped to Escuela Caribe, an American-run Christian behavior modification program in the Dominican Republic. When a young evangelical filmmaker is granted unprecedented access to film behind the gates of this controversial school, she discovers shocking secrets and young students that change her life.

Executive produced by Lance Bass and winner of several international film festivals including the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2014 Slamdance Film Festival!

Running time: 1:25
Language: English
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CHAPMAN Opens Friday May 9th | NR

1:00 2:50 4:20 6:10 8:00 10:10
CHAPMAN is a searing glimpse at adolescent love and wounded relationships. Facing the wreckage of a checkered past, Alex returns home to confront the demons he left behind after a tragic incident destroyed a childhood friendship.

Running time: 1:24
Language: Englsih
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STILL I STRIVE Opens Friday May 9th | NR

Still I Strive is a story of transcendence through compassion, unity and hope.

At one orphanage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the performing arts are the path to healing and transformation. Guided by their matriarch Peng Phan, a renowned actress in her own right, the children aspire to achieve one of the highest honors in Cambodian society, to perform in front of Princess Bopha Devi as a symbol of their culture and heritage. Interspersed throughout the documentary are narrative film sequences featuring the children as actors. With an epic battle at the opening, a chase scene through the forest, horror sequences, and melodrama, the narrative parallels the documentary of the children’s tragic back stories. By weaving facts with fiction, reality with dreams, the film reveals where these lines ultimately merge by its conclusion.

The journey mirrors the travails of the nation as it struggles to leave behind the unprecedented destruction of human dignity, the tragic legacy of the Khmer Rouge era. Together, they learn to overcome the past and pave the way to the future by being faithful to the present.

Running time: 1:31
Language: Khmer With English Subtitles
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THE RESCUERS Opens Friday May 9th |

Directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Michael King, this film traces the journey of Stephanie Nyombayire, a young Rwandan anti-genocide activist who teams up with Sir Martin Gilbert, the renowned Holocaust historian, to travel across 15 countries and three continents interviewing survivors and descendants of the diplomats who rescued tens of thousands of Jews from the unspeakable horrors of the Nazi death camps. While Nyombayire embarks upon this quest in an effort to uncover potential solutions for the ongoing genocide in Darfur and elsewhere, what emerges from their journey is more a testament to the ways in which the inherent good in the human spirit can trump institutional evil no matter what the circumstance.

Running Time: 1:44
Language: English
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NEXT YEAR JERUSALEM Opens Friday May 16th | NR

1:00 2:50 5:00 7:00
Choosing life in life's final chapter is the poignant subtext of this new powerful documentary, a lyrical portrait of eight nursing home residents who make a pilgrimage to Israel.

Offered a seat on the bus for a 10-day tour, the viewer accompanies individuals with various personal theologies in and out of museums, crossing Israeli landscapes from mountains to desert. But Next Year Jerusalem is less a story about tourists in a foreign land than it is a meditation on the sanctity of human experience and a tribute to the wisdom acquired in the course of a lifetime. Earnest and nuanced, it is a true exploration of living and dying, hope and fear, travel and memory. A celebration of and a reverent tribute to life's eldest travelers.

Running time: 1:12
Language: English

SPECIAL TREAT: Director David Gaynes will be present for a Q&A following Friday/Saturday/Sunday’s 7:00PM show & Saturday & Sunday’s 1:00 & 2:50 shows
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A People Uncounted: The Untold Story of the Roma is a journey into the world of the Roma (commonly referred to as Gypsies)—a people who through the ages have been both romanticized and vilified in popular culture, politics and art, and who have endured centuries of intolerance and persecution.

Visiting 11 countries and interviewing dozens of Roma artists, historians, musicians and Holocaust survivors, this revealing film documents their culturally rich but often difficult lives, taking us back to ancient times and forward to the little-known story of Roma genocide at the hands of Nazis during World War II. As we watch the incredible story of the Roma unfold, both the people and their history come to life through the interplay of their evocative music and poetry, interwoven with true stories told by the survivors of the camps. As intolerance is on the rise in European politics, this remarkable film reminds us that ethnic minorities all too often fall prey to racism and genocide.

Running time: 1:39
Language: English, Romanian, Hungarian, Russian & Czech With English Subtitles

SPECIAL TREAT: Director Aaron Yeger will be present for a Q&A following Friday & Saturday’s 9:00 show.
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THE AMERICAN NURSE Opens Friday May 16th |

1:00 2:40 4:20 6:00 7:40 9:45
The American Nurse explores some of the biggest issues facing America - aging, war, poverty, prisons - through the work and lives of five nurses. It is a documentary that will change how we think about nurses and how we wrestle with the challenges of healing America. Jason Short drives up a creek to reach a home-bound cancer patient in Appalachia. Tonia Faust runs a prison hospice program where inmates serving life sentences care for their fellow inmates as they're dying. Naomi Cross coaches patient Becky, an ovarian cancer survivor, through the Caesarean delivery of her son. Sister Stephen runs a nursing home filled with goats, sheep, llamas and chickens where the entire nursing staff comes together to sing to a dying resident. And Brian McMillion, an Army veteran and former medic, rehabilitates wounded soldiers returning from war. Premiering in Washington D.C. on May 7 and releasing nationwide immediately after, The American Nurse is an important contribution to America's ongoing conversation about what it means to care.

Running time: 1:19
Language: English

HANNA RANCH Opens Friday May 16th | NR

Hanna Ranch is a feature documentary about visionary cattleman Kirk Hanna and his personal struggle to protect a once prominent way of life in Colorado. Born into a life on the family ranch, Hanna became a leader in the environmental ranching movement that set out to protect the West from the relentless encroachment of development and misuse.

Featured in the book Fast Food Nation and dubbed the “eco-cowboy,” he was an early adopter of Holistic Resource Management practices, sat on numerous environmental boards and was president of the Colorado Cattleman’s Association. Hanna’s opinion was so widely sought and respected, many even saw him as a future governor of Colorado. But when his dream of harmony and sustainability ran up against the reality of family conflict and mounting threats to the land, Hanna lost hope.

Kirk’s legacy and fight live on as his family and friends continue to protect the West by saving Hanna Ranch.

Running time: 1:13
Language: English
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HALF OF A YELLOW SUN Opens Friday May 16th | R

Olanna (Thandie Newton) and Kainene (Anika Noni Rose) are glamorous twins from a wealthy Nigerian family. Upon returning to a privileged city life in newly independent 1960s Nigeria after their expensive English education, the two women make very different choices. Olanna shocks her family by going to live with her lover, the “revolutionary professor” Odenigbo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and his devoted houseboy Ugwu (John Boyega) in the dusty university town of Nsukka; Kainene turns out to be a fiercely successful businesswoman when she takes over the family interests, and surprises even herself when she falls in love with Richard (Joseph Mawle), an English writer. Preoccupied by their romantic entanglements, and a betrayal between the sisters, the events of their life seem to loom larger than politics. However, they become caught up in the events of the Nigerian civil war, in which the lgbo people fought an impassioned struggle to establish Biafra as an independent republic, ending in chilling violence which shocked the entire world.

A sweeping romantic drama, HALF OF A YELLOW SUN takes the sisters and their lovers on a journey through the war which is powerful, intensely emotional and, as the response of readers around the world has shown, it is a story which can touch everyone’s heart.

Running Time: 1:53
Language: English
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LILA LILA Opens Friday May 23rd | NR

Popular German actor Daniel Brühl plays David Kern, a socially awkward waiter who works a dead end job in a chic cafe. One day he stumbles upon the biggest break of his life, an unpublished manuscript which he finds in a jammed nightstand drawer. He reads the manuscript, and thinking there might be something to it, claims it as his own in order to impress Marie, a pretty literature student who frequents the cafe. The manuscript turns out to be a lost masterpiece. Marie is quite taken with this stunning new writer, and is not content to let the hefty document go unpublished, much to David’s dismay. With David’s guilty conscience nibbling away, a stranger appears - the real author of the story, Jackie Stocker. Jackie wastes no time prying into David’s life and turning his newfound fame into a living nightmare. David, unable to comprehend what is unfolding before him, must come to grips with what his deception has caused, and figure out what exactly are Jackie’s plans. Will Jackie expose David as a fraud, or will he just “settle” for blackmailing him? Jackie, a shrewd con-man who recognizes opportunity when he sees it, latches onto David for dear life and soon proves to be as much of a weasel as David proves to be auspicious.

Running Time: 1:47
Language: German with English Subtitles
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L'ECHANGE Opens Friday May 30th | NR

An Action-packed thrilling ride of intrigue, suspense and danger weaves through the tense political hostage drama ”L’echange,” which is produced by Salim Khassa . Russian terrorists kidnap the son of the French Minister of Defense in order to use the boy as a bargaining chip to obtain blue-print design plans of a highly secret military weapon. The terrorist syndicate is led by the ruthless but beautiful Miss Markova who contacts the Defense Minister to meet her demands. Resistance causes anger to boil over with Hell-to-pay and a former Secret Ops warrior is drafted into the fray to free the boy. "The Exchange" ( L'echange ) will not occur easily, as a daring rescue attempt alters the course of all lives involved…and ends drastically for many more unlucky warriors in the ensuing battle.

Running time: 1:16
Language: French With English Subtitles

BEFORE YOU KNOW IT Opens Friday May 30th | NR

The subjects of Before You Know It are no ordinary senior citizens. They are go-go booted bar-hoppers, love struck activists, troublemaking baton twirlers, late night Internet cruisers, seasoned renegades and bold adventurers. They are also among the estimated 2.4 million lesbian, gay and bisexual Americans over the age of 55 in the United States, many of whom face heightened levels of discrimination, neglect and exclusion. But Before is not a film about cold statistics and gloomy realities, it’s a film about generational trailblazers who have surmounted prejudice and defied expectation to form communities of strength, renewal and camaraderie—whether these communities be affable senior living facilities, lively activist enclaves or wacky queer bars brimming with glittered trinkets and colorful drag queens.

Running time 1:50
Language: English
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1:00 3:10 5:20 7:30 9:40
This film is an up-close look at one of humanity's most time-honored traditions. By following pilgrims from all walks of life as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind, we witness the Camino's magnetic and miraculous power to change lives. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, the pilgrims throw themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago and most importantly, their personal journey to know themselves.

Running time: 1:24
Language: English

SPECIAL TREAT: Q&A's with filmmakers after the 1:00, 3:10, 5:20 & 7:30. The filmmakers will introduce the last show of the day, the 9:40pm.
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SMALL SMALL THING Opens Friday June 6th |

In December 2012 Olivia Zinnah died of complications from a rape that happened when she was 7 years old. This is her story.

Small Small Thing begins at JFK Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. Olivia Zinnah is 9 years old, severely malnourished and handicapped. Her condition is life threatening. Believing her injuries to be the result of witchcraft, Olivia's mother had been hiding her for years. The doctors conclude her condition is the result of a brutal rape that took place when Olivia was 7 years old. When pressured to reveal her rapist, Olivia names her cousin.

This diagnosis has severe consequences. Originally from deep in the Liberian jungle, Olivia and her mother are shunned from their tribe for seeking outside help. They are left stranded in Monrovia at the mercy of President Sirleaf's government, facing the most difficult decision of all. What price are they willing to pay for justice?

Running Time: 1:25
Language: English
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KINO! 2014- FESTIVAL OF GERMAN FILMS. Opens Friday June 13th |

Building on 35 years at the Museum of Modern Art, KINO! reboots at new locations – but still bringing the latest of German cinema that New Yorkers have come to expect from this long-running fixture on the cultural calendar.

Ever since a new generation burst on the scene about 15 years ago in the form of the Berlin School (Christian Petzold, Thomas Arslan, Angela Schanelec)--recently showcased at MoMA-- German cinema has been blessed with a steady stream of fresh talent, such as Ramon Zürcher’s THE STRANGE LITTLE CAT (New Directors/New Films). Meanwhile Germany’s most renowned directors such as Wim Wenders, Werner Herzog and Margaretha von Trotta keep on making successful features and docs, embraced by US audiences and beyond.

Organized by German Films, the national information and advisory center for the promotion of German films worldwide, KINO! kicks off on June 12 with its opening night at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria (Queens), one of the most fast-growing, vibrant neighborhoods in the five boroughs. The full program showcases a total of 13 features, documentaries and shorts (NEXT GENERATION SHORT TIGER 2014) are screened daily in Manhattan’s Quad Cinema from June 13-19.

Explore new German films—ranging from thought-provoking features, moving documentaries and award-winning shorts. Come meet new German filmmakers and other talent. Special highlights include as sneak previews and personal appearances.
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TEST Opens Friday June 13th |

Set in the free-spirited San Francisco of 1985, Test lovingly portrays this exciting and harrowing era as young Frankie (dancer Scott Marlowe in a breakout acting debut) confronts the challenges of being an understudy in a modern dance company where he’s taunted to “dance like a man!” Frankie embarks on a budding relationship with Todd (Matthew Risch, HBO’s “Looking”), a veteran dancer in the same company and the bad boy to Frankie’s young innocent. As Frankie and Todd’s friendship deepens, they navigate a world of risk — it’s the early years of the epidemic — but also a world of hope, humor, visual beauty and musical relief.

The captivating dance sequences were especially choreographed for the film by acclaimed U.S. choreographer Sidra Bell, and he film’s vibrant soundtrack includes work by ‘80s icons Jimmy Somerville (Bronski Beat), Klaus Nomi, Romeo Void, Laurie Anderson, Martha and the Muffins, Cocteau Twins and Sylvester.

Running time: 1:29
Language: English
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LULLABY Opens Friday June 13th | R

Estranged from his family, Jonathan (Hedlund) receives word that his father, Robert (Jenkins), who has been fighting illness for over a decade has chosen to take himself off life support in less than forty-eight hours. What follows is an unexpected journey of love, laughter, and forgiveness.

Running time: 1:57
Language: English

FONZY Opens Friday June 20th | NR

José Garcia plays Diego Costa, who, 20 years ago, using the nickname Fonzy, regularly donated his sperm for research purposes. Now aged 42, Diego delivers fish for his family’s firm, and lives like a fun-loving teenager. But when his girlfriend Elsa announces she’s pregnant, his past starts to catch up with him. Diego discovers that he’s the biological father to 533 children, 142 of whom want to know just who this Fonzy is…

Running time: 1:43
Language: French With English Subtitles

MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL Opens Friday June 20th |

THE NOTEBOOK Opens Friday August 29th | NR

Set on the onset of WWII, THE NOTEBOOK, which stars Ulrich Thomsen (THE CELEBRATION) and Ulrich Matthes (DOWNFALL), tells the story of thirteen year old twins abandoned by their parents and forced to live with their cruel grandmother in a village on the Hungarian border. Studying the evil surrounding them, the twins learn to rely on their loyalty to one another, ultimately surviving in the face of challenging circumstances.

Running time: 1:49
Language: Hungarian With English Subtitles

THE RULE Opens Friday September 5th | NR

THE RULE details how and why the Benedictine monks of New Jersey’s Newark Abbey and their school, St. Benedict's Prep, are able to achieve amazing success with America's most vulnerable population: inner city African American and Latino teenage males. While Newark, with a very high poverty rate of 32%, has an abysmal high school graduation rate of only 22%, St. Benedict's has a near 100% COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE rate. THE RULE presents their "recipe for success" as a model for whole cities nationwide.

Running time: 1:30
Language: English
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REEL RECOVERY FILM FESTIVAL Opens Friday September 26th |

Writers In Treatment is proud to present The REEL Recovery Film Festival. This multi-day event is a celebration of film, the arts, writing and creativity. We showcase filmmakers who make honest films about addiction, alcoholism, behavioral disorders, treatment and recovery. Slated for screening is an eclectic lineup of contemporary and classic films, documentaries and shorts from American and international, first-time filmmakers and industry veterans.
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COWS WEARING GLASSES Opens Friday October 10th |

“Cows wearing glasses” is a movie about the emotional awakening of a man on the verge of reaching his final days. Marso, a lonely, eccentric painter and art professor is suffering from an illness that will cause him to lose his sight at any given moment. He’s now forced to re-examine his relationship with his only daughter all the while he makes sense of an existence filled with professional successes but unsatisfying personal relationships. On the brink of entering the imprisonment of living in blindness, he realizes that only forgiveness could set him free. His thoughts are filled with longing and anxiety as he tries to escape from his fearful imminent future. The fear and uncertainty of what’s ahead have left an imprint in his psyche and maybe even in his morals. “Cows wearing glasses” is a reflexive tale of a man facing the unavoidable. The subtle use of humor and modesty in the portrayal of mundane daily humiliations evokes an intimate feeling that draws the viewers into the internal struggles of a character driven to the edge of his existence.





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