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A Blast

“With its passionate, impetuous, and revolting hero A Blast IS the Greek crisis.” – Sueddeutrsche Zeitung, F. Goettler

Set in the fervent years of the collapse of the Greek economy, A Blast tells the story of a generation’s disillusionment and radicalization. Maria starts her adult life with the best of intentions. Ten years after, no matter where she looks her world is cracking. Unwilling to reconcile with a life of unreturned care, lost dignity and broken-down desire to live, Maria attacks. She attacks herself, her past, the people she loves, her country and the perception of her sex in a relentless battle to find truth, in her and around her.

“Freewheeling, tense and edgy” – Screen Daily

“Tzoumerkas directs each scene to its boiling point, resulting in montage sequences that stay in mind for long. Angeliki Papoulia, one of the most fearless European actresses, plays Maria without emergency breaks.” – Der Spiegel, Oliver Koever

“Syllas Tzoumerkas talks about the state of a generation without allegorical detours. He goes straight to the Greek state of things, using the anger, frustration, the restlessness, the pain and the passion of the protagonist Maria with breathtaking speed.” – Frankfurter Algemaine, P.Koerte

“A black, bleak, urgently contemporary film. The frantic, unsettling and intriguing record
of a woman’s journey, Syllas Tzoumerkas’ charged personal diatribe against an economic system seemingly designed first to make people, and then to break them.”
– The Hollywood Reporter, Jonathan Holland

Directed by Syllas Tzoumerkas

Starring

Angeliki Papoulia, Vassilis Doganis, Maria Filini , Themis Bazaka, Yorgos Biniaris, Makis Papadimitriou

Official selection

  • Locarno International Film Festival 2015 (Locarno, Switzerland)
  • Rotterdam International Film Festival 2015 (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

83 minutes / 2015 / Greek w/English sub-titles

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Crumbs

Crumbs is set against the background of spectacular post-apocalyptic Ethiopian landscapes, where the film finds a strange-looking scrap collector, Gagano (played by the charismatic Daniel Tadesse).

Alternately gripped by daydreams and constant fears, the diminutive Gagano has had enough of collecting the priceless crumbs of decayed civilization, including the most valuable: merchandise from Michael Jackson and Michael Jordan.

When a spaceship that has been hovering high in the sky for years starts showing signs of activity, Gagano has to overcome his fears– as well as a witch, Santa Claus and second-generation Nazis– to discover things aren’t quite the way he thought.

“…striking African landscapes make for evocative visuals” – Video Librarian

Winner:

  • Fantasia Film Festival 2015 New Flesh Award
  • Special Mention Los Angeles Film Festival 2015

Nominated:

  • Best Feature Film Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema
    2015
  • Best Film East End Film Festival, UK 2015

A 2015 film by Miguel Llansó / 68 minutes on 1 disc / Science Fiction-Fantasy

COUNTRY – Spain, Ethiopia / LANGUAGE – Amharic w/ English subtitles

SPECIAL FEATURES (DVD Only) – Short films by director Miguel Llansó

Chigger Ale (starring Daniel Tadesse)

Night in the Wild Garden

Crumbs Anecdotes

more

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Across the Line

A young, black athlete living in a racially divided community finds his career prospects in jeopardy when tensions in his community come to a head. Inspired by true events, Across the Line takes a hard look at the serious issues of racism, violence, and bullying in contemporary life.

“HARD HITTING AND MOVING” – The Chronicle Herald

“PASSIONATE IN ITS DRIVE TO EXAMINE RACIAL FRICTION” – National Post

Race showed us Stephan James could be a movie star. Across The Line mints him as an actor.” -Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto

Stephan James (Race, Selma) is Mattie, a talented hockey player recruited by a top NHL team, but his plans are jeopardized by his hustling brother and the corrosive racial tensions in his community and at his school.  Sarah Jeffery (Shades of Blue) is Jayme, a beautiful but tough young lady of mixed race, who is standing squarely on the line and has to decide which of two cultures she belongs in.  Based on real events.

“Racial discrimination has always been a painful subject to talk about. Not to mention the torturous feeling you have to experience as you watch a film that touches the same subject. ACROSS THE LINE directed by Director X. brings us to North Preston, Nova Scotia, Canada’s Largest Black Community where one hopes to rise above the prejudices, while the others try to clip the wings of the one who wishes to have a better life.” – Canadian Film Festival Movie Reviews

“This film explores racism in a way that feels very unique. Stephan James is outstanding in his role, which only serves to bring the points of the film home even more. It’s very powerful and does an amazing job of showing people who don’t have to face racism on a daily basis just how incredibly difficult it can make even the simplest things become.” – Toronto Film Scene

“X’s strong visual storytelling skills carry the film home, and herald a promising big-screen career.” – The Globe and Mail

“…makes a powerful study for black and white tensions” – Cinemablographer

A film by Director X (Rihanna, Drake, Kendrick Lamar) 

“…an emotionally-intense 86 minutes. X’s direction is superb” – Mr. Will Wong Online

88 minutes on 1 disc / Urban Drama / English / 2015 / Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired / Available on DVD, Bluray or for digital licensing

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45RPM

A Worldwide Critically Acclaimed, Multi-Award Winning Independent Film directed by Juli Jackson (Sugar (sweet) Tooth (ache), The Sowers).

“45RPM gets it all right” – HexBeat

Charlie, an artist who seeks a connection between her work and her estranged father’s music, teams up with Louie, an obsessive record collector from Memphis.

Together they begin an exhaustive search for a rare 45 RPM recording from the 1960’s Arkansas scene that takes them on both a journey across the seldom-explored landscape of the new Old South as well as a trip through musical inspiration and influence.

  • WINNER Best Feature Little Rock Film Festival
  • WINNER Best Actress Little Rock Film Festival
  • WINNER Best Soundtrack RXSM Film Festival
  • WINNER Special Jury Award Oxford Film Festival
  • WINNER Audience Choice Knoxville Film Festival
  • Official Selection Stony Brook Film Festival
  • Official Selection Phoenix Film Festival
  • Official Selection Offshoot Film Festival
  • Official Selection Naples International Film Festival
  • Official Selection Kansas City Film Festival
  • Official Selection Rome International Film Festival
  • Official Selection Cinema Bayou Film Festival
  • Official Selection Carrboro Film Festival
  • Official Selection Atlanta Film Festival
  • Official Selection Waterfront Film Festival

“The film dabbles in questions on the nature of art and how to handle and overcome those foundational, youthful moments of artistic discovery” – Movie Mezzanine

“[5 out of 5 stars]: Music only acts as a catalyst for what this film so subtly but perfectly portrays: the relationships that we often take for granted but which matter the most in our lives – Vue Weekly

Features Liza Burns, Jason Thompson, Candyce Hinkle, Natalie Canerday

96 minutes on 1 disc / 2013 / Color

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Albert Schweitzer

To those who had nothing, he brought hope… To those who had everything, he was a shining example…

From the Producers of Luther comes the stunningly filmed biographical story of the man Life Magazine referred to as possibly the greatest man in the world.

For generations the name Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) has been synonymous with hands-on compassion and the power of sacrifice. Now director Gavin Miller presents a landmark drama about the legendary medical missionary and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

The year is 1949, the Cold War has begun and a climate of fear pervades. Christian medical missionary and theologian Albert Schweitzer (Jeroen Krabbé) is regarded as one of the world’s most eminent humanitarians due to his life saving work in Africa. But when Schweitzer takes a controversial political stand, powerful adversaries launch a smear campaign designed to discredit and silence him. His enemies sabotage his medical clinic endangering the patients and threatening to put an end to the work.

Shot entirely in South Africa and in just under two months, the film offers up a fantastic cast that includes Jeroen Krabbe (The Fugitive), Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Barbara Hershey, Judith Godreche (The Man in the Iron Mask), Samuel West (Howard’s End), and Jonathan Firth (Luther)

NOTE: Barbara Hershey won the Palme d’Or at Cannes for her role as the doctor’s selfless wife.

“In addition to the drama tied to the CIA, the film chronicles Schweitzer’s work to save his hospital, mediate conflicts among co-workers, deal with tribal superstitions, and stave off efforts by government officials to take over his operations. Handsomely filmed, this entertaining and informative biographical portrait is recommended.” – Video Librarian

Millar has captivated the audience with this film, which depicts a chapter of political history of the 20th century. Avoiding the pitfalls of the biopic genre, the film refrains from squeezing all aspects of the life of the German-French philosopher, musicologist, organist, theologian and physician Albert Schweitzer into a cinematic puzzle. British director Gavin Millar focuses instead on a few crucial years of Schweitzer’s life: the period from 1949 to 1954, the year in which he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his philosophy of the “reverence for life.” – DW Akademie

A Film by Gavin Millar

114 minutes on 1 disc / Widescreen / English w/ optional English subtitles / 2009

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Hidden Love

Acclaimed actress Isabelle Huppert stars in this downbeat tale of a suicidal mental patient trapped in an endless maze of despair following the death of her only child.

Initially raised in an acrid household, later locked into a dicey marriage, and ultimately saddled with a daughter she never wanted, Danielle attempts to take her own life multiple times before doctors are left with no other choice than to lock her away for the sake of her own safety. Not even sympathetic psychiatrist Dr. Neilson (Greta Scacchi) seems able to break through to the stoic patient whose hollow gaze that hints that any hope for salvation has long been lost.

Winner: European Silver Ribbon, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists

Nominated: Golden Marc’Aurelio Award, Rome Film Fest

“Isabelle Huppert once again reaffirms her status as one of the world’s greatest actresses; the film has many pleasures to offer, but her performance as a mother devastated by her own apparent inability to feel is chief among them, and would in itself be good cause to seek this one out and give it a look. Recommended. – DVD Talk

“…a movie that knows exactly who it is about” – Roger Ebert

“The image of suicidal Danielle (Huppert), seated in the office of caring shrink Dr. Nielsen (Greta Scacchi), is that of a woman who has stared down the dark, deep hole of her own demise and psychic defeat. It is yet another reminder that there is arguably no other thesp in world cinema who dares push her characters to such radical limits while remaining resolutely human.” – Variety

Key Cast

  • Isabelle Huppert – Danielle
  • Greta Scacchi – Dr. Dubois
  • Mélanie Laurent – Sophie
  • Olivier Gourmet – Morris
  • Jean-Michel Larre – Luc
  • Giorgio Lupano – Sébastien

103 minutes on 1 disc / French w/English sub-titles (2007)

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Glamour Dolls

WINNER: BEST LGBT DRAMA Mediterranean Film Festival 2016

On the surface, Glamour Dolls is about two British male prostitutes struggling to break into mainstream acting. A deeper look at the film finds it to provide an inside look into show business from the dirty underbelly to the high flying power brokers.

Adam and Ben live together, they are close friends, support each other and they like to party. They have a good life, pockets full of money… money that comes from their clients.

Ben has his own sweetheart who just moved in with them and doesn’t really get along with Adam. Larry, their pimp, has a cabaret show and after a problem with the two lead actors he is forced to urgently find replacements. He offers this opportunity to Adam and Ben and suddenly they are involved in this new world of underground theater, performing as drag queens.

On their road to success, Adam and Ben meet many people from the media industry, journalists, actors, producers, rich and powerful people; everyone is after something. These two guys will go on a journey that will show them how sick, perverted and dangerous it could be to get involved in show business but how tempting and rewarding as well.

Showing all aspects of the industry from the underground to the most mainstream areas, from the lower class people to the most powerful individuals; Adam and Ben are about to see it all.

  • Director: John De Luca
  • Features John De Luca (Escape from Marwin), Dominik Danielewicz, Ashlie Walker

111 minutes on 1 disc / color /  2016

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God’s Outlaw: The Story of William Tyndale


The church state called it heresy; a crime punishable by death. William Tyndale called it God’s word.

A true story, God’s Outlaw is about international politics, church intrigue, cold-blooded betrayal, and false justice ending in a criminal’s death. But it’s also about victorious faith and spiritual triumph over some of the greatest political and religious forces known in the 16th century.

A simple God-seeking man, William Tyndale somehow became one of the most wanted men in England and all throughout Europe. Pursued by King Henry VIII, Lord Chancellor Sir Thomas More, and the Pope’s personal legate Cardinal Wolsey, Tyndale darted across Europe to avoid capture — always pushing to complete the task that obsessed him.

The task was translating the Bible into English and publishing it for his fellow countrymen — Englishmen who lived in a country where the Bible and even prayers in English were outlawed by a harsh and rigid religious establishment.

Today William Tyndale is renowned as “the father of the English Bible,” and is recognized as one of the major leaders of the English Reformation. But the tale of how he lived and died as “God’s Outlaw” is a compelling “rest-of-the-story,” and is especially a moving encouragement for modern people of faith.

Starring Roger Rees, Willoughby Goddard, Keith Barron, Oona Kirsch, Bernard Archard and more.

Notable critical acclaim: 

WINNER: Gold award / Houston International Film Festival

WINNER: Best Cinematography / Christian Film Distribution Association

“This story of the life of early English Bible translator William Tyndale is a gem in the crown…” – Visual Parable

“While God’s Outlaw might seem at first like a fictitious adventure story, this award-winning drama is the true story of William Tyndale. Tyndale was a brilliant 16th-century linguist capable of speaking seven languages. His passion was to translate the Bible into English so that even a plowman could have the word of God available to him. At that time, the Bible and even prayer were denied to the English people in their own language. Because of Tyndale’s work, he was declared a heretic and an outlaw, and was pursued by Henry VIII, Sir Thomas More and Cardinal Wolsey. For ten years he eluded capture until his betrayal by a trusted friend landed him in prison. At his trail he sounded very much like Martin Luther in his refusal to recant his works. He was declared a heretic and, eventually, burned at the stake. In an ironic twist two years later, Henry VIII ordered copies of Tyndale’s Bible be placed in every church. Today, Tyndale is recognized as the father of the English Bible.” – Library Alive

“You can thank the 16th century rebel William Tyndale — the “father of the English Bible” — for not having to read scripture in Latin, the preferred language of Tudor England’s Catholic Church, which kept rigid control over the dissemination of God’s word (the Latin Bible assured church leaders that the rabble who formed their congregations would never sully the Word of God with their sweat-stained fingers). William Tyndale changed all of that with his desire to make the Bible available to all, eventually becoming the most hunted man in England (Tyndale would complete his English translation of the New Testament in 1525 in Germany; a decade later he would be executed). Roger Rees (The Emperor’s Club, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby) vividly brings Tyndale to life in this feature-length historical drama that draws on the spectacularly beautiful English countryside to tell its story. DVD extras include an abridged version with commentary by religious scholar Ken Curtis, and a DVD-ROM-accessible article and study guide/worksheets in PDF format. Recommended.” – Video Librarian

DVD Features:
– Chapter titles for easy scene access
– Biographical information on director and leading actors
– In the DVD-ROM folder: Christian History magazine article and study guide/worksheets in PDF format
– Abridged version with commentary by Ken Curtis

93 minutes on 1 disc / 1987 / 480 x 368 / English, Spanish, Korean, Portuguese w/English and Korean sub-titles.

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Coyote

Available 9-26-17

How far would you go and what price would you pay to live the American dream?

Despite its 2007 production year, Coyote is a very timely story about undocumented immigrants that will resonate within today’s ever changing politics. The film was shot in the desert bordering Arizona and Mexico and is a wonderful example of independently produced film.

After their Mexican friend gets deported, two young Americans decide to begin smuggling illegal immigrants into Arizona for profit. Once they create the plan, it is clear that the path to freedom is going to be filled with danger.

“Navigate[s] its way through the lavish lives of suburban human smugglers with unexpected humor and stylish cinematography.” – Brooklyn Film Festival

“A hyperreal and perhaps ill-advised tour of the Mexican border-crossing business by two regular guys who decide it can’t be that hard.” – OffOffOff

Features Brian Peterson (Napoleon Dynamite), Brett Hernandez Spackman (I Pranked My Parents), Marina Valle (Vamonos).

Set against the beauty of the Sonoran desert, the film depicts two men who hatch a plan that they thinkwill both help immigrants and simultaneously make them rich. Coyote explores the complexity of immigration but balances it out with the timeless story of men seeking happiness and satisfaction.

Multi award wins include

  • Audience Award for Best Feature, Anchorage International Film Festival
  • Audience Choice Award, Best Feature, Sidewalk Film Festival
  • Best Actor, Brian Petersen, San Diego Film Festival

94 minutes on 1 disc / Color / 5.1 surround / Directed by Brian Petersen

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CANDY APPLE

Available Aug. 15, 2017

“Intense, oddball characters that are low on cash but high on ideas.” – IndieFlurry

Candy Apple is a dark, independently produced comedy about a father and son consumed by New York’s undercurrents of vice and desperation. Using the director’s biological father and true stories assembled into a fictional narrative, the film follows ‘Texas Trash’ as he struggles to get sober while his son Bobby attempts to launch a career in filmmaking.

Winner: Best Feature – Winter Film Awards

Official Selection – Arizona Underground Film Festival

A film by Dean Dempsey (Deadman’s Barstool) / Musical Score by Sean McAllister (Unsung: The Forgotten)

Starring Dean Dempsey, Sophia Lamar (Adam Green’s Aladdin)

Rating:     Not Rated / Language:   English / Run Time:   79 minutes / Sound Format:   Stereo / Production Year 2015

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