Single mom Laura, along with her awkward 14 year-old son Henry is forced to drive Jack, her estranged, care-free pot dealing father across country after he's kicked out of yet another nursing home.
Emily Price tries to balance family life and leading crunch negotiations between a Canadian politician and the president of a country whose natural resources are being exploited.
A doctor (Mel Ferrer), his wife (Beatrice Pearson) and their children pass as white in a New England town.
A married woman seeks the fulfillment she can't find in her marriage by visiting a secret club where participants explore sexual boundaries.
Jared takes extreme measures in order to gain the sympathy of his ex-boyfriend.
An avant-garde film featuring a variety of images and sounds.
The stories of three ordinary Indians, a penniless super fan, a boy superstar and a girl cricketer, for each of whom the sport of cricket is a lifeline.
Two men and one woman are involved in a dramatic triangle between love and passion, transgression and betrayal. Florian Flicker has set Karl Schönherr's "Der Weibsteufel" in Austria's borderland shortly after the turn of the last century. In the remote swamps next to the March River, Hans and Jana are living in a criminal idyll that comes tumbling down when a young soldier enters the picture.
A middle-aged man married a young woman but his war memories and her lack of them stand between them.
A visual, 4-D experience of the battles of World War II featuring stories, archival footage and advanced special effects.
In this Spanish film, Daniel (Tony Isbert) is a member of The Organization. It is never quite clear whether The Organization is part of the government, a secret society, or something else. Whatever it is, it is powerful, and does not take disobedience lightly. He is sent on an assignment to Bilbao to determine what has become of a lad his age, a former member. He takes over the boy's room in an odd rooming house. When he is given the photo of the boy's girlfriend (Geraldine Chaplin), he is so taken with it that he puts off his quest. The Organization requires him to continue, however, so he tracks her down to a remote fishing village. The two fall in love and attempt to escape.
An exchange of filmed correspondence between three documentarists, respectively Indonesian, Serbian and South Korean. Attentive to cultures other than their own, each films zones with blurred or shifting borders.
Beyond Boundaries is a lyrical, essay-like road movie tracing the scars of war in Europe and telling of places where a border is known as “Meja”, “Granica”, “Határ” or “Frontiera” – the borders of Slovenia to Austria, Croatia, Hungary, and Italy.
Examine the rise and fall of Hollywood media mogul Harvey Weinstein following the scandal in 2017. Learn from exclusive interviews with those who knew him in the industry, and a discussion of the start of the #MeToo movement.
A small desert town in western Australia is the scene of several love affairs in this romantic drama. Forty-year-old Stella (Wendy Hughes) works at her father's hotel and bar. She receives annual New Year's marriage proposals from rodeo rider Andy Ford (John Hargreaves), who talks himself into asking her one more time. Stella's father Billy (Norman Kaye) is a former cricket star whose career ended early when he was involved in a sex scandal. She spends the night with vacationing Arthur (Michael Siberry) when his car breaks down. Andy elects not to pop the question to Stella in lieu of her one-night stand with the stranger. When Billy elects to marry June Thompson (Julie Nihill), the local gossipmongers have a field day recalling the woman's promiscuous past.
Aseema Beyond Boundaries film is based on the acclaimed Oriya novel 'Aseema'. It is the story of a young woman played by Gracy Singh. The film takes you through her journey of life as she displays the strength of her character by sheer resilience and conviction in order to achieve all her goals single-handedly, thereby creating her own identity in the society. Along with the subject of womanhood, the film also brings in the theme of true love - love that is beyond any boundaries. It promises to depict various definitions of love that have seldom been explored before. It's a story that redefines relationships and revives unadulterated love.
In this intimate glimpse at celebrated writer, activist and Buddhist priest Peter Matthiessen (The Snow Leopard), filmmaker Jeff Sewald explores the influences that have colored the author's life, work and beliefs. Interviews with Matthiessen, book excerpts, and anecdotes from novelist Jim Harrison, author Thomas McGuane, son Alex and others create a dynamic portrait of the two-time National Book Award winner. Glenn Close narrates.
Toronto International Film Festival 1997
While waiting at Attari Railway Station circa 1968, Rajveer Singh and his wife, Amrit Kaur, recall the turbulent years of partition, how they fled from their hometown in Lahore, and of being separated from their only son, Ehsaan. They arrive near Amritsar and take over the vacant house of Pervez Shahbudin - with it's lone occupant, a male child, left behind by his parents. Amrit gets to adopt him after Rajveer is unable to locate his parents, and they call him Ehsaan - who soon grows up to excel in studies and sports. On a trip to Kashmir, he meets with and falls in love with Chandni rather dramatically, and is overjoyed to learn that she also is from Amritsar.
Director Peter Brook discusses his move from theater to film, his approach to adapting LORD OF THE FLIES, and the film's complicated production history.