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Mr. Kaplan

Directed by Alvaro Brechner

Jacob Kaplan lives an ordinary life in Uruguay. Like many of his other Jewish friends, Jacob fled Europe for South

Bugsy Malone

Directed by Alan Parker

Alan Parker's laugh-filled debut film is a nostalgic, prohibition-set gangster musical cast entirely with children. Exploiting every crime cliché imaginable

A Matter of Life and Death

Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

“Set in a gorgeously photographed Technicolor England and a monochrome heaven, A Matter of Life and Death took the imaginative

Portland ReelAbilities Film Festival

Directed by Various

The Disability Art and Culture Project and ReelAbilities present award-winning films of the highest cinematic and artistic quality. We disrupt

Army of Darkness

Directed by Sam Raimi

Happy-go-lucky S-Mart employee Ash is ripped from his 1990s existence and transported back to medieval times, where he must struggle

The Gold Rush

Directed by Charlie Chaplin

In search of gold in turn-of-the-century Alaska, Charlie takes refuge with a fellow prospector in an isolated, comically imbalanced cabin

The Death of Stalin

Directed by Armando Iannucci

The one-liners fly as fast as political fortunes fall in this uproarious, wickedly irreverent satire from Armando Iannucci. Moscow, 1953:

Maktub

Directed by Oded Raz

Guy Amir and Hanan Savyon, the writers and stars of several Israeli TV mega-hits, play partners in crime in this

Pony Place

Directed by Joost Reijmers

When young Emma is prohibited from taking her iPad on holiday, she asks her grandma to look after her digital

Playtime

Directed by Jacques Tati

Jacques Tati made a fitfully long career out of diagnosing and then holding a mirror to normative tendencies in French

Bodied

Directed by Joseph Kahn

A UC Berkeley grad student whose thesis explores the use of racial slurs in rap battles finds himself drawn into

Bye Bye Germany

Directed by Sam Garbarski

Garbarski’s film offers a humorous and moving look at Jewish life in postwar Germany. Frankfurt, 1946: David Bermann is a