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A Bag of Marbles

Directed by Christian Duguay

Based on Joseph Joffo's autobiographical memoir, A Bag of Marbles tells the story of the Nazi occupation through the eyes

A Fistful of Dollars

Directed by Sergio Leone

The first film in Leone’s “Man with No Name” trilogy and one of the most successful spaghetti westerns of the

Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Directed by Werner Herzog

Championed by Roger Ebert as one of the top ten films of all time, Klaus Kinski plays the titular madman

Alice in the Cities

Directed by Wim Wenders

Alice in the Cities is technically Wenders’ fourth film, but he often refers to it as his first, because it

An American Tail

Directed by Don Bluth

After leaving behind his role at Disney as the animation director on such films as The Rescuers and Pete's Dragon,

Babe

Directed by Chris Noonan

Shy but plucky runt piglet Babe doesn’t quite seem to know his place in the world. When he’s won by

Belle and Sebastian

Directed by Nicholas Vanier

Set during World War II in the French Alps, Belle and Sebastian is based on a beloved 1960s French TV series featuring

Big in Japan

Directed by John Jeffcoat

“Real-life Seattle rockers Phillip A. Peterson, David Drury, and Sean Lowry, known collectively as Tennis Pro, play reasonable facsimiles of

Black Jack

Directed by Ken Loach

Adapted from Leon Garfield’s novel of the same name, this whimsical yet terrifying children’s adventure strays from Loach’s usual realist

Castle in the Sky

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki

A rare opportunity to see one of Miyazaki’s most stunningly beautiful, exciting, and infrequently screened films. A young girl with

Embrace of the Serpent

Directed by Ciro Guerra

Crosscutting stories set decades apart, Guerra weaves two parallel journeys between a lone Amazonian shaman and western scientists in search of

Forbidden Planet

Directed by Fred M. Wilcox

A major landmark in the evolution of cinematic science fiction, Forbidden Planet is credited with a number of pioneering achievements: