Categories Archives: Foreign Language


“Nightmarish stories intertwine with dreamy visuals to create an unsettling, and strangely entrancing, film in “Tempestad”…. artful and lyrical”-NY Times   “Twin stories of broken Mexican lives, exquisitely told…This powerful, luminously shot documentary pairs the tales of a woman jailed [&hellip

The Girl and Death

From acclaimed director Jos Stelling (THE POINTSMAN, THE ILLUSIONIST, THE FLYING DUTCHMAN) comes THE GIRL AND DEATH, Winner of Best Picture at the Netherlands Film Festival.   THE GIRL AND DEATH is a story about the impossible love between Nicolai and the [&hellip

Silent Souls

When Miron’s beloved wife Tanya passes away, he asks his best friend Aist to help him say goodbye to her according to the rituals of the Merja culture, an ancient Finno-Ugric tribe from Lake Nero, a picturesque region in West-Central [&hellip

Warsaw Bridge (Pont De Varsovia)

For the first time, the groundbreaking ’80s masterpiece by Pere Portabella, the Spanish master, Bunuel associate and director of THE SILENCE BEFORE BACH, is available in the United States and Canada.       Statement from Jonathan Demme: I was [&hellip

Heading South

Director Laurent Cantet follows up his critically acclaimed “Time Out”, set during an austere wintertime in France and Switzerland, with Heading South, set in Haiti during the late 1970s. Based on stories by Dany Laferriere, the heat comes not only [&hellip

Yang Ban Xi

History changes all the time. What is good today can be considered bad tomorrow. During the ten years of Cultural Revolution, traditional opera was banned by Mao’s wife Jiang Qing, and replaced by a new kind of art in which [&hellip


An old man has hiccups sitting on a bench, a drunken youth snores on the carriage, a kind old lady picks lilies of the valleys, women sew in the dressmaker’s shop, men play bowling in a pub, the bee keeper [&hellip