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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

Pee Wee’s Big Adventure

Directed by Tim Burton

What would you do for the love of your bicycle? Pee-Wee’s charmed life, filled with wonder and delight, comes crashing

North by Northwest

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant), trying to prove he’s not who they think he is, encounters people who are not

Jurassic Park

Directed by Steven Spielberg

What could go wrong with breeding extinct predators and opening an amusement park where children can come see them...?

Neko Samurai 2: A Tropical Adventure

Directed by Takeshi Watanabe

The beloved cat/samurai duo that charmed audiences in Samurai Cat are back in an adventure which finds our heroes Tamanojo

Until the End of the World

Directed by Wim Wenders

In order to enable his blind wife (Jeanne Moreau) to see, Dr. Farber (Max von Sydow) invents a process that

The State of Things

Directed by Wim Wenders

The State of Things is a highly personal film about filmmaking in Europe and America. A film crew finds itself

Kings of the Road

Directed by Wim Wenders

Wenders began shooting Kings of the Road in an era of mass cinematic extinction, relying not on a script but

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

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

Sleeping Giant

Directed by Andrew Cividino

Teenager Adam is spending his summer vacation with his parents on rugged Lake Superior. His dull routine is shattered when