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  • 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.

  • Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery - For nearly 40 years, Wolfgang Beltracchi fooled the international art world and was responsible for the biggest art forgery scandal of the postwar era. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Beyond Zero - Bill Morrison pieces together a unique visual exploration from footage that has never been viewed by modern audiences.

  • Biophilic Design - An innovative way of designing the places where we live, work and learn, pointing the way toward creating healthy and productive habitats for modern humans. From Bullfrog Films.

  • Blind - Ingrid (Ellen Dorrit Pettersen) is a woman contending with the loss of vision. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Bridgend - A narrative based on a mysterious suicide cluster that took place in Bridgend County, a small former coal-mining province in Wales. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart - A small-town murder in New England became one of the highest-profile cases of the twentieth century.

  • Chantal Akerman Four Films
  • Chantal Akerman Four Films - Four documentaries spanning two decades are included in this 5-disc box set, with a 16-page booklet and bonus film about the late filmmaker.

  • Chantal Akerman, From Here - A conversation with Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman about her films and her directorial philosophy.

  • Dark Star: H. R. Giger's World - Meet the Oscar-winner behind the ALIEN xenomorph and architect of nightmares. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Dreams Rewired - With material from hundreds of films, traces the anxieties of today's hyper-connected world back a hundred years. Narration, Tilda Swinton.

  • Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez - The story of Gabriel García Márquez, author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and Nobel Prize winner.

  • Five Films by Patricio Guzmán - Five of the master documentarian’s seminal works in an 8-disc boxset, with a 24-page booklet and bonus film about Guzmán.

  • The Forgotten Space - Allan Sekula and Noël Burch investigate maritime trade, the global supply chain and 21st-century capitalism.

  • Gringo Trails - A global survey of the impacts on cultures, economies, and the environment of the most powerful globalizing force of our time: tourism.

  • The Homestretch - Three homeless teens in Chicago fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future. From Bullfrog Films.

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

  • I, Anna - The lives of a beautiful divorcee and a troubled detective intersect during the investigation of a vicious murder in London. From the KimStim Collection.

  • I Don't Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman - Explores the filmmaker's 40 plus films and charts the sites of her peregrinations.

  • Iron Ministry
  • The Iron Ministry - Filmed over three years on what will soon be the world's largest railway network, traces the vast interiors of China on the move. From the dGenerate Films Collection.

  • 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.

  • Lamb - Ephraim, a half-Jewish Ethiopian boy, will do anything to save his pet in this subtle drama. From the KimStim Collection. (Release date: September 2016)

  • Lost Rivers - Explore the growing movement and innovative projects around the world to uncover once-buried urban waterways.

  • Marcel Ophuls and Jean-Luc Godard - In Geneva, Switzerland, film directors Marcel Ophuls and Jean-Luc Godard meet for a surprisingly intimate and sometimes contentious dialogue.

  • The Next Big Thing - The contemporary art world is changing dramatically. How are collectors, museum directors, dealers and artists responding to transformations in the market?

  • No Home Movie - In her essential final feature, Chantal Akerman documents her relationship with her mother, a Holocaust-survivor.

  • No Ordinary Hero - When a deaf actor who plays a superhero on television looks beyond his cape to influence a deaf boy to redefine what "being normal" means, he also finds inspiration to transform himself. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Our Daily Poison - Reveals how everyday chemicals—pesticides, Aspartame and plastics—may be slowly poisoning us.

  • Outsider - Judith Scott had Down syndrome, was deaf, and did not speak. Yet after 35 years of institutionalization, with the help of a sister who never gave up on her, she emerged to create a series of sculptures that have fascinated and mystified art experts and collectors around the world.

  • 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. (Release date: August 2016)

  • Red Knot - A modern exploration of love, isolation and the inescapable vastness of the natural world. Starring Vincent Kartheiser and Olivia Thirlby. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Saving Mes Aynak - Afghan archaeologist Qadir Temori races against time to save a 5,000-year-old archaeological site from imminent demolition.

  • 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.

  • Seventeen - A group of high school seniors hurtles toward maturity with a combination of joy, despair, and an aggravated sense of urgency.

  • Shadows of Liberty - Reveals the extraordinary truth behind the news media: censorship, cover-ups and corporate control. From Bullfrog Films.

  • The Silence of Mark Rothko - With his imposing canvasses, pure color and texture, Mark Rothko sought to express fundamental human emotions.

  • Under the Sun - A fascinating portrait of one North Korean girl and her parents in the year as she prepares to join the Korean Children's Union on Kim Jong-Il's birthday.

  • The Way Things Go
  • The Way Things Go - 100 feet of physical interactions, chemical reactions, and precisely crafted chaos worthy of Rube Goldberg or Alfred Hitchcock. On Blu-Ray and DVD!

  • Xmas Without China - Two families living worlds apart in the same community collide when pride and mischief inspire Chinese immigrant Tom Xia to challenge the Jones family to celebrate Christmas without any Chinese products. From Bullfrog Films.

Upcoming Releases

  • 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. (Release date: February 2017)

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