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  • After Love - An intimate drama about the emotional and financial complexities of a separation, and the complexity of the end of a long love story.

  • Alena - Based on the internationally acclaimed graphic novel, ALENA is a psychological thriller about revenge. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Almayer's Folly - Narrative film adaptation by Chantal Akerman of Joseph Conrad’s first novel, following a European man living in Southeast Asia and his half-indigenous daughter.

  • The Apology - Three former "Comfort Women" forced to serve Japanese tropps during World War II tell their harrowing stories.

  • Black is the Color
  • Black Is the Color - Traces the history of African-American art, placing great works in context and including commentary from celebrated contemporary visual artists.

  • A Boatload of Wild Irishmen - The life and work of legendary director Robert Flaherty ("Nanook of the North"), the "father of documentary."

  • Boris Without Beatrice - A morality tale with fairy-tale inflections that focuses on Boris Malinovsky, an affluent, successful businessman who comports himself with an extreme degree of pride and arrogance. From the KimStim Collection.

  • By the Time It Gets Dark - A delicately poetic portrait of a country haunted by the lingering trauma of the 1976 government-sanctioned massacre of student demonstrators in Bangkok. From the KimStim Collection.

  • CERN - Multi-awarded director Nikolaus Geyrhalter delivers stunning images from inside the immense CERN apparatus. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Chantal Akerman by Chantal Akerman - A self-portrait by experimental narrative and feminist Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman.

  • The Chef's Wife - Karin Viard and Emmanuelle Devos star together for the first time as two women who want more out of life-at work and at home. From Distrib Films.

  • Cinema Novo
  • Cinema Novo - An intricately edited documentary composed of film clips from the major works of the Brazilian "Cinema Novo" movement and period interviews with its leading filmmakers.

  • Come Hell or High Water - When the graves of former slaves are bulldozed in Mississippi, a native son returns to protect the community they settled. From Bullfrog Films.

  • The Country Doctor - When a countryside doctor finds out that he suffers from a serious illness, he is left with no choice but to find a replacement. From Distrib Films.

  • Creepy - Based on the award-winning novel by Yutaka Maekawa, Kiyoshi Kurosawa's newest film braids plot twists on top of plot twists and shock on top of shock. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Dries - For the first time, fashion designer Dries Van Noten allows a filmmaker to accompany him in his creative process and home life. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Eight Films by Jean Rouch
  • Eight Films by Jean Rouch - Eight of the legendary ethnographic filmmaker’s works in a 4-disc boxset, with a 24-page booklet and bonus film about Rouch.

    Happy Hour
  • Happy Hour - A slow-burning epic chronicling the emotional journey of four thirtysomething women in the misty seaside city of Kobe. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Homo Sapiens - Abandoned landscapes of urban decay portend an ominous future in this wordless documentary. From the KimStim Collection.

  • In Her Name - A gripping and emotional legal drama based on a true story that moved France for three decades. Starring Daniel Auteuil and Sebastian Koch. From Distrib Films.

  • In the Shadow of Women - A close look at infidelity and the particular, divergent ways in which it's experienced and understood by men and women. Directed by Philippe Garrel. From Distrib Films.

  • In the Steps of Trisha Brown - Dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet learn choreographer Trisha Brown’s seminal 1979 dance "Glacial Decoy."

  • Just a Sigh - An imaginative and lushly filmed Parisian romance, with masterful performances by Emmanuelle Devos and her acclaimed co-star Gabriel Byrne. From Distrib Films.

  • Just Eat It - Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. From Bullfrog Films.

  • The Mafia Kills Only in Summer - A semi-autobiographical romantic comedy of childhood and first love, set in the tumultuous world of 1970s Italy. From Distrib Films.

  • Mali Blues - Four dynamic Malian mnusicians use their music to stand up to religoius extremism.

  • Mr. Gaga
  • Mr. Gaga - Artistic genius Ohad Naharin, one of the most important choreographers in the world, redefined the language of modern dance.

  • Nasser's Republic, the Making of Modern Egypt - The story of the most important political leader in the post-colonial Arab world.

  • The Nightmare - A party girl suffers the slow chaos of a mental breakdown, and forms a bond with a strange monster. From the KimStim Collection.

  • No Gods, No Masters - A comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the multi-faceted global anarchist movement—once a mass force that sought not to seize political power, but to utterly destroy it.

  • On the Way to School - Follows four children on their long and challenging journeys to school, in Kenya, Morocco, India and Argentina. From Distrib Films.

  • Paths of the Soul - An astonishing journey of redemption, faith, and devotion, following a group of villagers who leave their families and homes to make a Buddhist "bowing pilgrimage" to the holy capital of Tibet.

  • Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch - Angela Sun reveals the effects of our rabid plastic consumption as she investigates The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. From Bullfrog Films.

  • Portraits of America: Two Films by Natalie Bookchin - Natalie Bookchin is an artist and filmmaker who, through virtuosic editing and innovative sonic and visual montage, interrogates the American crisis and its increased inequality and polarization.

  • Rebels on Pointe - The riotous, all-male troupe Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo challenge gender and artistic norms in the world of ballet.

  • School of Babel - Welcome to one Parisian school's program for newly arrived immigrant children from all over the world.

  • The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger - The artist, intellectual and storyteller John Berger is the subject of four essay films by Tilda Swinton and the Derek Jarman Lab.

  • Stray Dog - Oscar-nominated filmmaker Debra Granik returns to SW Missouri to look at the life of Vietnam vet, Ron "Stray Dog" Hall, and shatter some stereotypes. From Bullfrog Films.

  • Tharlo
  • Tharlo - Tibetan director Pema Tseden adapts his own novella about the story of a Tibetan shepherd's encounter with the big city. From the dGenerate Films Collection.

  • Three Sisters - Three little sisters live alone in a small village in the high mountains of the Yunnan region, spending their days working in the fields or wandering in the village. From the dGenerate Films Collection.

  • Tokyo Idols - A provocative look into the Japanese pop music industry and its focus on traditional beauty ideals.

  • To Tell the Truth - Two films that place familiar historical events in a startling new perspective and help viewers understand the choices behind, and consequences of, on-screen "reality."

  • Utopia - A rare and powerful insight into the indigenous first people of Australia, the oldest, most enduring presence on Earth. From Bullfrog Films.

  • Viva La Liberta - Toni Servillo plays two roles in this elegant and chilling story about world politics. From Distrib Films.

Upcoming Releases

  • I Am Somebody: Three Films by Madeline Anderson - Newly preserved and available together for the first time, Madeline Anderson’s three films bring viewers to the front lines of the fight for civil rights.
    Release date: February 20, 2018

  • Sunstroke - Academy Award®-winner Nikita Mikhalkov delivers an epic saga, a magnificent love story and portrait of Russia recalled during the glory days before its fall.
    Release date: February 20, 2018

  • The Coming War on China - The United States and China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war. This is both a warning and an inspiring story of resistance.
    Release date: February 20, 2018

  • White Sun
  • White Sun - When his father dies, anti-regime partisan Chandra travels to his remote mountain village after nearly a decade away. He must face his brother Suraj, who was on the opposing side during the Nepalese civil war.
    Release date: March 6, 2018

  • The Assistant - A suspenseful drama-thriller in the vein of classic Hitchcock, centering on a mother's revenge for the accidental death of her son.
    Release date: March 13, 2018

  • Miss Kiet's Children - In a Dutch classroom, refugee children learn alongside locals under Miss Kiet's firm but loving hand.
    Release date: March 20, 2018

  • Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth - Six young Maya present a wholly indigenous perspective, in which all life is sacred and connected, as they resist the destruction of their culture and environment.
    Release date: March 20, 2018

  • Nicholas on Holiday - School's out! Between the beach and the hotel, with his friends and family, Nicholas is really going to enjoy a holiday to remember.
    Release date: March 27, 2018

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