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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.

  • Alois Nebel - It is the end of summer, 1989. Alois Nebel works as a train dispatcher at a small railway station in the Sudetenland, a mountainous region on the Czechoslovak border. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Angry Monk - Gendun Choephel, a legendary figure in Tibet, turned from the monastic life he was born to (as the reincarnation of a Buddhist lama), to become a fierce critic of his country's religious conservatism and isolationism.

  • Art Safari - Meet the superstars of the Contemporary Art World, including Matthew Barney, Takashi Murakami and Sophie Calle, in this playful series of 8 films, along with "art geek" Ben Lewis, as he travels the world in search of great art, and art that might be great.

  • The Astonishing Work of Tezuka Osamu - An imaginative collection of Tezuka Osamu's 13 most innovative and legendary pieces. Known as the "father of anime," Osamu has created hundreds of comics, dozens of films, and even some television series, including Astro Boy. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • The Battle of Chile - The epic chronicle of Chile's open and peaceful socialist revolution, and of the violent counter-revolution against it in 1973. Judy Stone of the San Francisco Chronicle called it "a landmark in the presentation of living history on film."

  • The Battle of Chile (Parts 1 & 2) - The epic chronicle of Chile's open and peaceful socialist revolution, and of the violent counter-revolution against it in 1973. Judy Stone of the San Francisco Chronicle called it "a landmark in the presentation of living history on film."

  • The Battle of Chile (Part 3) - Deals with the creation by ordinary workers and peasants of thousands of local groups of "popular power."

  • 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.

  • Bestiaire - Fascinating and beguiling, Denis Côté’s mesmerizing meditation on the relationship between man and beast. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Beyond Zero - Auteur filmmaker Bill Morrison brings to life a new cinematic record of World War I.

  • Bill Morrison: Collected Works (1996 - 2013) - This five-disc set comprises 16 works by filmmaker and multimedia artist Bill Morrison.

  • 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.

  • Blood and Bones - Internationally acclaimed actor and director Takeshi Kitano gives his most captivating performance yet as Kim Shunpei, a Korean immigrant in Japan whose life is a disturbing tableau of cruelty, abuse and shocking violence. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Book of the Dead - Master animator Kihachiro Kawamoto's tour de force adventure tale of a young noble girl in 8th-century Japan who leaves her home to follow the apparition of an executed prince. 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.

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

  • The Case of the Grinning Cat - In his newest film, French cinema-essayist Chris Marker reflects on French and international politics, art and culture at the start of the new millennium.

  • Cell 211 - Juan, a rookie prison guard, is knocked unconscious in a freak accident his first day on the job. He is brought into an empty cell to recover, only to wake up to find a vengeful uprising underway. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Change of Character - Features neuroscientist Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, author of The Executive Brain, as well as neurologist and best-selling author Dr. Oliver Sacks (Awakenings), in a discussion of frontal lobe damage.

  • 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.

  • Chile, Obstinate Memory - Patricio Guzmán's landmark film The Battle of Chile(1976) documented the "Popular Unity" period of Salvador Allende's government, the tumultuous events leading up to the 1973 coup, and Allende's death. Guzmán has returned to show The Battle of Chile in his homeland for the first time, and to explore the terrain of the confiscated (but reawakening) memories of the Chilean people.

  • Chris Marker's Bestiary - Five Chris Marker short films devoted to animals collected together and available for the first time!

  • Cloistered Nun: Runa's Confession - Classic Japanese nunsploitation! Runa joins a convent when her stepsister steals her boyfriend. Far more politically pointed than the numerous European "sexy nun" films it resembles. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Colette - A fascinating visit with the legendary writer in her Paris apartment on the Palais Royal circa 1951. And Jean Cocteau drops by.

  • The Collected Shorts of Jan Svankmajer - One of cinema's most consistently surprising, wildly imaginative, and remarkable surrealists of our time. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Cul de Sac - An allegory for a working class suburb in decline, this film investigates the story of Shawn Nelson, who stole a tank and went on a rampage through the residential streets of Clairemont, CA.

  • Cycling the Frame - A quirky 1988 documentary in which Tilda Swinton tours the circumference of the Berlin Wall on a bicycle.

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  • Daddy Longlegs - A realistic fairy tale that captures the magic—and perils—of parenthood, invoking memories of their inventive dad from their own childhood. From the KimStim Collection.

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

  • Decasia - A legendary cinematic exploration of the beauty of decaying archival footage by experimental film artist Bill Morrison. Available exclusively on Blu-ray!

  • Disco and Atomic War - The Soviet regime in Estonia went head to head with J.R. Ewing and the heroes of Western television...and lost.

  • Disorder - Huang Weikai collects footage from a dozen amateur videographers and weaves them into a unique symphony of urban social dysfunction. From the dGenerate Films 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.

  • Dust - Turns one of the most commonplace subjects imaginable into a vehicle for a new appreciation of how these tiny particles affect our bodies and our environment and can provide a fresh new perspective of the entire world.

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  • Edward Said - Two Films - Two films that provide a uniquely comprehensive, intimate and moving portrait of one of the great and lasting thinkers of the 20th century.

  • Edward Said: The Last Interview - An extended discussion with Prof. Edward Said filmed less than a year before his death. The noted literary critic and Palestinian activist delivers his final testament about his life and work as a committed intellectual.

  • El Sicario - The story of a hitman for the drug cartels, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

  • Elsewhere - An epic journey through voices and sounds from elsewhere. Landscapes, outlooks on the world, outlooks on life: Desert, snow, valley, jungle, ice, rainforest. An homage to humanity at the beginning of the 21st century.

  • The Embassy - In one of Chris Marker's few fiction films, political dissidents seek refuge in a foreign embassy after a military coup d'état in an unidentified country.

  • Erotic Diary of an Office Lady - The fearless Asami Ogawa (Beautiful Girl Hunter) stars in her debut performance as a strait-laced office worker with an extremely kinky private life. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Excellent Cadavers - A dramatic investigation of the recent history of the Mafia and its integral relationship to postwar Italian politics. Based on the book by Alexander Stille.

  • Exquisite Short Films of Kihachiro Kawamoto - A collection of short films from one of the world's greatest stop-motion animators: Kihachiro Kawamoto, famous for his beautiful, expressive puppets and for harnessing Japan's unique aesthetic traditions to create visually stunning stories. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • Facing Death - Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's seminal book "On Death and Dying," brought her international fame. This intimate portrait was filmed in 2002, when she lived secluded in the desert, awaiting - as she says - her own death.

  • Far from Vietnam - The landmark collaboration between Jean-Luc Godard, Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Chris Marker and Alain Resnais in protest of the Vietnam war.

  • 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.

  • Fold Crumple Crush - A powerful portrait of Africa's most widely acclaimed contemporary artist El Anatsui.

  • Forever - A poignant tour of the importance of art in the lives of visitors to the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris, the final resting place for legendary writers, composers, painters and other artists from around the world.

  • Forget Me Not - Filmmaker David Sieveking portrays the domestic care of his mother Gretel, who, like millions of others, is suffering from Alzheimer's disease. From the KimStim Collection.

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

  • Four Adventures of Reinette & Mirabelle - A criminally overlooked gem from master filmmaker Eric Rohmer. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Franz Kafka's A Country Doctor and Other Fantastic Films - A collection of Koji Yamaura's most remarkable works for the first time in the U.S., featuring his 2003 Oscar® Nominee (for Best Animated Short) Mt. Head. Yamamura is considered one of the greatest independent Japanese animators of this generation. From the KimStim Collection.

  • From The East - Chantal Akerman retraces a journey from the end of summer to deepest winter, from East Germany, across Poland and the Baltics, to Moscow. ** One of the 10 Best Films of the 1990s - J. Hoberman, Artforum.

  • From the Other Side - Using technology developed for the military, the flow of illegal immigration into San Diego has been stemmed. But for the desperate, there are still the dangerous deserts of Arizona, where Chantal Akerman shifts her focus.

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

  • Great Expectations - A journey through the history of visionary architecture, a survey of the most significant architectural movements of the 20th century that challenged conventional concepts.

  • The Great Flood - Multimedia artist Bill Morrison and composer Bill Frisell explore the catastrophic Mississippi River Flood of 1927, and the ensuing transformation of American society.

  • A Grin Without A Cat - Chris Marker's epic film-essay on the worldwide political wars of the 60's and 70's: Vietnam, Che, May '68, Prague, Chile, and the fate of the New Left.

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

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  • 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.

  • Hotel Terminus - Marcel Ophuls' Academy Award winning examination of the Nazi officer Klaus Barbie, the infamous “Butcher of Lyon”, weaves together forty years of footage and interviews.

  • The Human Scale - According to revolutionary Danish architect and urban planner Jan Gehl, if we are to make cities sustainable and livable for people, we must re-imagine the very foundations of modern urban planning. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • 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.

  • ICE - An innovative independent thriller, shot in New York City, which centers on a revolutionary group plotting to attack a fascistic political regime.

  • In Search of Memory - The life and work of one of the most important neuroscientists of the 20th century, Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel.

  • An Injury To One - Reconstructs the long-forgotten murder of union organizer Frank Little in Butte, Montana, and draws a connection between the unsolved murder of Little, and the attempted murder of the town itself.

  • Investigation of a Flame - An intimate look at the Catonsville Nine who on May 17, 1968 walked into a Catonsville, Maryland draft board office, grabbed hundreds of selective service records and incinerated them with homemade napalm.

  • Invisible Frame - A filmic journey starring Tilda Swinton as she traces the former Berlin Wall via bicycle.

  • 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.

  • The Ister - A journey up the Danube River, this film takes up some of the most challenging paths in Martin Heidegger's thought. With the philosophers Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Jean-Luc Nancy, Bernard Stiegler, and filmmaker Hans-Jürgen Syberberg.

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  • Jan Svankmajer: The Ossuary and Other Tales - An astounding collection of remarkable short works from an artist who has mesmerized audiences the world over, inspiring filmmakers from the Brothers Quay to Tim Burton and Terry Gilliam. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Jiri Barta: Labyrinth of Darkness - Czech filmmaker Jiri Barta has made a career fashioning stunningly gothic worlds of horror and fantasy that are infused with sublime humor and intense moral examinations. From the KimStim 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.

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  • Kassim the Dream - This acclaimed documentary charts the incredible journey of Uganda-born world champion boxer, Kassim "The Dream" Ouma. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Kati With an I - In three tumultuous days, the future of one Alabama high school senior is cast into doubt.

  • Kirikou and the Wild Beast - Tiny Senegalese hero Kirikou is back in this sumptuous follow-up to the universally beloved Kirikou and the Sorceress, directed by world-acclaimed animation masters Michel Ocelot and Bénédicte Galup and produced by Didier Brunier (The Triplets of Belleville). From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Knowledge of Healing - The first feature documentary dealing extensively with Tibetan medicine.

  • Kochuu - A visually stunning film about modern Japanese architecture, its roots in Japanese tradition, and their relationships to modernist Scandinavian design. With two Pritzker Prize winners, Tadao Ando and Sverre Fehn.

  • The Kreutzer Sonata - An emotionally and sexually charged psychological thriller from director Bernard Rose, featuring Danny Huston as a husband who is consumed by feelings of carnal desire and violent jealousy over his pianist wife's possible affair with a handsome violinist. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • La Commune - The most recent film by Peter Watkins. A 5 hour 45 minute event. Based on a thorough historical research into the Paris Commune of 1871, this film leads to an inevitable reflection about the present.

  • 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)

  • The Last Bolshevik - This two-disc set includes Chris Marker's tribute to Russian film director Alexander Medvedkin, Medvedkin's silent classic Happiness (1934), and loads of extras.

  • Last Summer Won't Happen - Shot in 1968, one year after the Summer of Love, this is a critical yet sympathetic examination of the anti-war movement in New York City.

  • Le Joli Mai - Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme's legendary portrait of Paris and Parisians at the close of the Algerian war.

  • Level Five - In Chris Marker's futuristic reverie, game-developer Laura creates a video game based on the WWII Battle of Okinawa.

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

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  • The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear - A kaleidoscopic view of life for young adults in the contemporary Republic of Georgia.

  • The Making of Rocky Road to Dublin - Reunites Peter Lennon and cinematographer Raoul Coutard, who recount the making of their then controversial but now classic documentary on Ireland in the Sixties.

  • Making Plans for Lena - Acclaimed auteur Christophe Honoré's rapturously sprawling family saga that veers from painful to funny to painfully funny, expertly capturing all the feints and digs that pass for conversation when loved ones reunite. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Man from London - A lonely railway worker's inner life is suddenly thrown into chaos after he stumbles upon a deadly business transaction that leaves him with a money-stuffed suitcase and a guilty conscience for a crime he didn't commit. From the KimStim Collection.

  • A Man Vanishes - Begins as an investigation into one of the thousands of missing persons cases that occur in Japan each year.

  • 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.

  • Master of the Universe - In economic powerhouse Germany, a top banker gives a disturbing insider's account of his emotions, motivations and predictions. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Middletown - This classic series, created by Emmy and Academy Award winner Peter Davis, explores both the continuity and the change embodied in the people and institutions of one Midwestern community: Muncie, Indiana.

  • Milestones - A lilting, free-associative documentary and fiction hybrid following dozens of characters--including hippies, farmers, immigrants, Native Americans, and political activists--as they try to reconcile their ideals with the realities of American life. Released for the first time on DVD in the US, Robert Kramer and John Douglas' masterpiece is coming out in a set with Kramer's gritty cinema-verité style thriller, Ice.

  • The Miners' Hymns - The ill-fated coal mining communities in North East England are the subject of this inspired documentary by multi-media artist Bill Morrison.

  • Mondovino: The Series - Epic in scope, this multi-generation, globe-trotting saga covers not only the entire gamut of wine making, but wine's place in a treacherously globalized and hyper-marketed world. From the KimStim Collection. (new January, 2015)

  • Monte Grande - How do body and mind exist as an integrated whole? The eminent neurobiologist Francisco Varela devoted his entire life to answering this question. Featuring His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama.

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  • 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?

  • Night and Day - A married man in his early forties, Seong-nam is an award-winning painter who, after getting busted for smoking pot with an American exchange student in Seoul, impulsively flees to Paris. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Nine Muses - John Akomfrah's remarkable meditation about chance, fate and redemption.

  • 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.

  • Northern Light - A beautiful and candid portrait of the American working class experience set against the backdrop of a town's snowmobile race.

  • Nostalgia for the Light - Director Patricio Guzmán travels to Chile’s Atacama Desert where astronomers examine distant galaxies, archaeologists uncover traces of ancient civilizations, and women dig for the remains of disappeared relatives.

  • Notes on Marie Menken - The story of the "mother of avante-garde film"—the influential experimental filmmaker who inspired artists such as Stan Brakhage, Andy Warhol, and Kenneth Anger.

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  • O Amor Natural - A celebration of Brazilian poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade's sensual vision. The first of four great documentaries by Heddy Honigmann that we will release on DVD over the coming year.

  • Old Dog - A family on the Himalayan plains discovers their dog is worth a fortune, but selling it comes at a terrible price. From the dGenerate Films Collection.

  • On Strike!: Chris Marker and The Medvedkin Group - Two films made collaboratively by Chris Marker and striking workers in 1968 and 1969.

  • One Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevich - Filmmaker Chris Marker's homage to his friend and colleague, Andrei Tarkovsky. A unique and intimate portrait of the legendary Russian filmmaker.

  • One Day Pina Asked... - Chantal Akerman follows choreographer Pina Bausch and her dance company on a five-week tour across Europe.

  • Operation Filmmaker - When Hollywood gives a young Iraqi film student the opportunity of a lifetime, nothing goes according to plan, and the result is an engaging, sometimes comical political parable about do-gooder intentions gone wrong.

  • Our Daily Bread - A spectacular visual essay composed of epic tableaus, a haunting vision of our modern food industry, and the methods and technology utilized for mass production.

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

  • Out of Place - Traces the life and work of Edward Said (1935-2003), the Palestinian-born intellectual who wrote widely on history, literature, music, philosophy and politics.

  • Outsider - Judith Scott had Down syndrome, was deaf, and did not speak. Yet after 35 years of institutionalization and 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.

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  • 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)

  • Phil Mulloy: Extreme Animation - A compilation of 24 films from one of animation's most prurient, dark and mischievious masters. Multi-award-winning animator Phil Mulloy stands as an antidote to all that is kitsch and sentimental. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Pinochet Case - The story of the landmark legal case against General Augusto Pinochet of Chile, before and after his arrest in London in 1998.

  • The Point of Least Resistance - Two artists in rat and bear costumes become embroiled in a murder mystery that raises questions and observation on the nature of art and crime, before spiraling into sublime flights of fancy.

  • Police, Adjective - A new whip-smart, dryly funny comedy from Romania and double prize winner at Cannes. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Presumed Guilty - A searing examination of the Mexican criminal justice system through the case of one man, wrongly accused of murder.

  • Promised Lands - Famed writer and critic Susan Sontag's sole documentary project (and her third directorial effort), shot in Israel on the fly in the final days and immediate aftermath of the 1973 Yom Kippur War. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • Rabbit à la Berlin - 2010 Academy Award Nominee, Best Documentary Short Subject. The history of the Berlin Wall from the rabbits' point-of-view.

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

  • Red Persimmons - A visually elegant paean to the cultivation and harvesting of the sweet red fruit, and the disappearance of a traditional way of life in rural Japan.

  • Regular or Super - A lovely introduction to Mies van der Rohe, one of the 20th century's most influential architects, and a stimulating examination of modernism and urban environments.

  • Remembrance of Things to Come - Reminiscent of Resnais, Ivens, even Kubrick, but in its deployment of still photographs (as in La Jetée), its theme of history and memory, its subject-skipping montage and rapid shuttle of wit and philosophy it's pure Marker.

  • The Right Way - Two artists in rat and bear costumes try to find reasons for all they see and experience, getting closer than expected to the right way.

  • Rocky Road to Dublin - The last film screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1968. A provocative, biting portrayal of 1960s Ireland: the stultifying educational system, the repressive, reactionary clergy, and the myopic cultural nationalism.

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  • Salvador Allende - Patricio Guzmán (The Battle of Chile) tells Allende's story, from his youth in Valparaiso and his early career, to his presidency of Chile and death during the coup of September 11, 1973.

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

  • Sermons and Sacred Pictures - Profiles Reverend L.O. Taylor, a Baptist minister and inspired photographer/filmmaker who documented the fabric of black American life prior to the civil rights movement.

  • 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 Shrine - Director Jon Knautz returns with a blood-curdling tale of sacrificial cults, demonic possession and ancient evil. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Shock Doctrine - Based on Naomi Klein's provocative bestselling book of the same name, a gripping and incisive deconstruction of how radical "free market" policies have come to dominate the world. From the KimStim Collection.

  • 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.

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

  • The Sixth Side of the Pentagon - Chronicle of the 1967 Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam protest march on the Pentagon, by documentary essayist Chris Marker. Also on this disc is a second film, THE EMBASSY.

  • Slow Food Story - In 1986 Carlos Petrini, dispirited by the rapid rise of global fast food chains, launched Slow Food, an international movement to preserve traditional and regional cuisine. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Sol Lewitt - Sol LeWitt was one of the most prominent post-war American artists and is considered a key founder of conceptual art.

  • South - The heart of this journey is the brutal murder of James Byrd, Jr in Jasper, Texas. But this is not an anatomy of his murder, rather, it is an evocation of how this event fits in to a landscape and climate as much mental as physical.

  • The Spectre of Hope - Critic and writer John Berger and photographer Sebastião Salgado. A searing examination of imagery and images, the abyss, hope, and globalization.

  • A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness - Follows an unnamed character through three seemingly disparate moments in his life. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Strange Little Cat - A sequence of family scenes in a Berlin flat creates a wondrous world of the everyday: Coming and going, conversations, all manner of doings. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Substance - Chock-full of rare footage and LSD-celebrity interviews, an informative and enteraining historical and scientific "trip."

  • Summer Holiday (aka Boogie) - From acclaimed Romanian director Radu Muntean, Summer Holiday (aka Boogie) is a funny and bittersweet drama of male mid-life crisis. From the KimStim Collection.

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  • Tales from the Golden Age - A funny, poignant and surreal portrait of 1980s Romania, conceived and scripted by Palme d'Or winner Cristian Mungiu. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Tatsumi - Celebrates the life and work of Japanese comics artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi—a manga pioneer who elevated the genre to a new level of creative expression and adult realism. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Three Cheers for the Whale - Noted French documentarian Chris Marker chronicles the history of the whale and, in a more general manner, that of all marine mammals, in the process warning of the imminent destruction of the whale threatened by the fishing industry.

  • Three Songs about Motherland - A film about collisions between the past, present, and future in three Russian cities today.

  • To Chris Marker, An Unsent Letter - A cinematic love letter to filmmaker Chris Marker.

  • Torture Made in USA - Mixes stunning archival footage, on the ground detective work and backed by hard hitting interviews from key administration witnesses. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Tosca's Kiss - Meet the inhabitants of the "Casa di Riposa" in Milan, the world's first nursing home for retired opera singers, founded by composer Giuseppe Verdi in 1896.

  • Towards Zero - A dazzling mix of shocking family drama, picturesque seaside landscapes and three generations of brilliant French actresses, and a smart, smoldering and thrilling update of one of Agatha Christie's most enduring works. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Trouble Every Day - World renowned filmmaker Claire Denis's most controversial, divisive and under appreciated films to date. From the KimStim Collection.

  • Two Films by Peter Fischli and David Weiss - From the artists who brought us the amazing cult classic THE WAY THINGS GO, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, come the earlier adventures of Rat and Bear!

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  • 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 Universal Clock - Could there be an alternative to run-of-the-mill TV? The film introduces us to Peter Watkins, who for the last three decades has proven that quality TV may be made without compromise.

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  • Vic + Flo Saw a Bear - Tells the story of Vic, a woman who has just been released from prison. She moves into a house in the Canadian forest and receives a visit from her lover, Flo. From the KimStim Collection

  • A Visit to Ogawa Productions - Nagisa Oshima - the 'New Wave' Japanese director - visits the filmmaking collective led by Shinsuke Ogawa, to discuss the social and cinematic philosophy of one of Japan's best-known documentary film collectives.

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  • 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!

  • We Feed the World - What does world hunger have to do with us? In a word: EVERYTHING. From the KimStim Collection.

  • We Loved Each Other So Much - The Lebanese singer Hoda Nouhad Haddad, better known as Fairuz, is a legend in the Arab world. The stories of diverse Beirut inhabitants and of their love for her provide a moving commentary on Lebanon's tumultuous history.

  • Wife to Be Sacrificed - Queen of Japanese erotica Naomi Tani plays Akiko, a wife who charges her husband with sexual battery. From the KimStim Collection.

  • The Windmill Movie - What if someone wrote your autobiography? Would it be true? What if someone took the images of your life and made a film? From the KimStim Collection.

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  • Xmas Without China - Pride and mischief inspire Chinese immigrant Tom Xia to challenge his American neighbors to celebrate Christmas without Chinese products. From Bullfrog Films.

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