Char•ac•ter (Character)

Char•ac•ter (Character)

A raw and candid dialogue about the life and craft of acting between longtime colleagues and friends Dabney Coleman, Peter Falk, Charles Grodin, Mark Rydell, Harry Dean Stanton and Sydney Pollack. Drago Sumonja’s document takes […]

BURN

BURN

BURN is an action-packed, award-winning film exploring human struggles, hope and personal courage in the face of overwhelming odds. From executive producer Denis Leary, this riveting and inspiring film spends a year with Detroit firefighters, […]

Bestiaire

Bestiaire

Fascinating and beguiling, Bestiaire is Denis Côté’s mesmerizing meditation on the relationship between man and beast. This strikingly beautiful film about looking starts with a group of art students attempting to sketch an animal that […]

Red Flag

Red Flag

In this hilarious road trip comedy, a newly single filmmaker (Alex Karpovsky, “Girls”) hits the road with an old friend to promote one of his films, but romantic chaos ensues when an adoring fan decides […]

Northeast

Northeast

Will (David Call, Tiny Furniture), an unemployed and aimless playboy in Brooklyn, New York, has spent his 20s skating on easy charm from one casual, distant relationship to the next. But as his friends gradually […]

Picasso and Braque Go To The Movies

Picasso and Braque Go To The Movies

Co-produced and narrarated by Martin Scorsese and direcy by Anne Glimcher, this fascinating documentary looks at the influence of cinema on cubist artists

Loudmouth Soup

Loudmouth Soup

Catherine and Jason are nervously preparing for their first L.A. dinner party. They have moved from New York and are celebrating the sale of their first film, a hit at Sundance. They feel like fish […]

Enemies of Laughter

Enemies of Laughter

A Hollywood version of “American Splendor,” “Enemies” tells the story of a playwright and sitcom writer Paul Halpern (Academy Award Nominee David Paymer) who can’t buy a break! Somewhat successful professionally, he can’t get his […]

Driving Me Crazy

Driving Me Crazy

Both uproariously funny and unerringly cautionary, Broomfield’s behind-the-scenes document of the making of a musical becomes a ceremonious unmaking-of as egos, budgets and general calamity conspire to ruin the best efforts of all involved in […]