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Alma's Rainbow

Alma’s Rainbow is a coming-of-age comedy-drama about three Black women living in Brooklyn...

About Tap

Director George Nierenberg's brilliant and blissful follow-up to No Maps on my Taps features stylist...

The Adventures of Prince Achmed

When The Adventures of Prince Achmed premiered to German audiences in 1926, it was hailed as the fir...

Alfred Hitchcock's Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache

Two short, absorbing dramas of wartime espionage and murder, together at last! Legendary master of s...

Araya

The Venezuelan peninsula of Araya is one of the dryest places on earth, exploited for over five hund...

Baby Peggy: The Elephant in the Room

Hollywood discovered Peggy-Jean Montgomery when she was 19 months old, and by the age of two, they m...

Back to God's Country: The Films of Nell Shipman

THE FILMS OF NELL SHIPMAN features two extraordinary motion pictures starring early independent prod...

Beyond the Rocks

This silent romance starring Gloria Swanson and Rudolph Valentino was long considered one of the gre...

The Big Animal

When the circus leaves town, Zygmunt and Marysia unwittingly adopt a camel into their home. The coup...

The Champion: A Story of America's First Film Town

When Mark Dintenfass arrived at Fort Lee in 1910, the sleepy New Jersey town was already a favorite ...

Chac: The Rain God

Based on the culture of the Popul Vuh, as well as stories from Tzeltal and Mayan legend, this gorgeo...

The Clay Bird

Set against a 1960's backdrop leading up to Bangladesh's independence from Pakistan, THE CLAY BIRD t...

Come Back, Africa/Black Roots

In making this mixture of documentary and drama, director Lionel Rogosin’s aimed to reveal the...

The Connection

Created by director Shirley Clarke at a time when female filmmakers were in short supply, THE CONNEC...

The Cook and Other Treasures

At the idyllic seaside destination of the Bull Pup Café, a chef (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle) mak...

Cut to the Chase: The Charley Chase Comedy Collection

Years in the making, this amazing collection of Charley Chase masterpieces features more than five h...

Cut-Up: The Films of Grant Munro

To encounter the work of Grant Munro is to discover an artist of inimitable talent and charm. Whethe...

The Daughter of Dawn

After disappearing for nearly a century, THE DAUGHTER OF DAWN returns to once again break boundaries...

The Dragon Painter

Sessue Hayakawa (The Bridge on the River Kwai) plays Tatsu, a painter-turned-hermit living in the wi...

The Dumb Girl of Portici

Previously unseen and long overdue for the spotlight, this film remains one of screen legend Lois We...

Electric Edwardians: The Lost Films of Mitchell & Kenyon

In the early twentieth century, traveling showmen hired pioneer filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James ...

The Exiles

THE EXILES chronicles one night in the lives of young Native American men and women living in the Bu...

Filibus

Directed by Mario Roncoroni and scripted by sci-fi author Giovanni Bertinetti, FILIBUS is the most e...

Film

Nobel-winning playwright Samuel Beckett’s lone work for cinema, archetypally titled "Film," is...

From the Archives of Modern Art

Eleanor Antin is an acclaimed artist and filmmaker with a long, diverse career in installation, perf...

Hindle Wakes

Factory workers Fanny and Mary decide to take their well-earned vacation to Blackpool, the Coney Isl...

I Am Cuba

Available for screenings. Contact Kino Lorber for price and availability! Not currently available f...

I'm Going Home

Gilbert Valence (Michel Piccoli) is a successful theater actor appearing in Eugene Ionesco's "Exit t...

In the Land of the Head Hunters

In 1911, photographer Edward S. Curtis traveled to British Columbia and visited the Kwakwaka'wakw, a...

John Canemaker: Marching to a Different Toon

For over two decades, award-winning animator JOHN CANEMAKER has lent his touch to films that charm, ...

Legong: Dance of the Virgins

Filmed entirely in Bali by the Marquis Henry de la Falaise in 1935, LEGONG: DANCE OF THE VIRGINS is ...

Losing Ground

The inimitable Kathleen Collins's second film tells the story of two remarkable people, married and ...

Maborosi

After the sudden, self-inflicted death of her husband, a young mother (Makiko Esumi) remarries and m...

Mad Love: The Films of Evgeni Bauer

Cinematic poet Evgeni Bauer combined the technical virtuosity of D.W. Griffith with the terror of Ed...

The Magic Box: The Films of Shirley Clarke

A true artist on every end of the camera, Shirley Clarke combined her innate curiosity and dancer's ...

Money Man

J.S.G. Boggs was an artist in the medium of money, his currency drawings becoming infamously known a...

The Mystery of Picasso

Pablo Picasso, the most influential artist of the twentieth century, is making a painting, just as F...

No Maps on My Taps

The golden age of tap dancing spanned the first half of the twentieth century, but by the 1950s, the...

NOTFILM

In 1964, esteemed playwright Samuel Beckett set out on an embattled collaboration with silent-era ge...

The Olive Thomas Collection

In the heyday of silent films, a winsome ingénue named Olive Thomas – affectionately du...

On the Bowery: The Films of Lionel Rogosin Vol. 1

Three films from documentarian Lionel Rogosin's inimitable career come together in this deluxe colle...

Ornette: Made in America

Returning in 1983 to his home in Fort Worth, Texas, documentary footage and dramatic scenes recall l...

Piccadilly

Anna May Wong stars in E.A. Dupont's PICCADILLY, the mesmerizing silent masterpiece about a maid who...

Portrait of Jason

On December 2, 1966, director Shirley Clarke and a miniscule film crew gathered in her apartment at ...

Rocco and His Brothers

Presented by Martin Scorsese and featuring an operatic score by Nino Rota, ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS is...

Shoes

Eva Meyer works at a five-and-dime, the sole earner for her three younger sisters, her mother and he...

The Sorrow and the Pity

From its first release at an underground theater in Paris, this account of France's occupation under...

South: Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance Expedition

When Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton set sail into the Antarctic on August 8, 1914, he was already consi...

Stones and Flies: Richard Long in the Sahara

Sir Richard Julian Long is a British land artist who's turned far-flung landscapes from the Australi...

Strange Victory

In response to the political paranoia and repression that spread like wildfire after World War II, p...

Village of Dreams

Known to everyone in their idyllic Japanese village as “the brats,” twin brothers Yukihi...

West is West

Young, handsome and broke Vikram (Ashutosh Gowariker, director of Oscar®-nominated Lagaan) arriv...

White Thunder & The Viking

White Thunder, directed by Victoria King, is a gripping account of the tragic adventure of the SS Vi...

Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East?

The first ever feature-length film from South Korea to gain theatrical distribution in the USA, WHY ...

Winsor McCay: The Master Edition

More than a century after the debut of Gertie the Dinosaur, the films of Winsor McCay continue ...

Winter Soldier

In February 1971, one month after the revelations of the My Lai massacre, a public inquiry into war ...

With Byrd at the South Pole

Admiral Richard E. Byrd was one of the biggest heroes of his age in the '20s exploration race. His f...

Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Power of Women in Hollywood

For over two decades, Frances Marion was one of the most powerful names in Hollywood, writing more t...

Word is Out: Stories of Some of Our Lives

In 1977, this groundbreaking documentary opened eyes and thrilled audiences across the country by pr...

The World of Gilbert & George

Gilbert & George are renowned for presenting themselves as ‘living sculptures,’ fusi...

You Got to Move: Stories of Change in the South

Lucy Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver's documentary about Southern individuals working for social c...