Other Theatrical Releases


The Adventures of Juan Quin Quin
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This widescreen comedy/adventure film set in prerevolutionary Cuba offers a virtual catalog of classic film genres and styles the Western, the war film, slapstick comedy, Hollywood musicals, Buñuelian anticlerical satire, gangster movies, Douglas Fairbanks acrobatics and Soviet Socialist Realism in telling the story of the eponymous hero who, together with his sidekick and his sweetheart, rushes headlong through a series of comic adventures.
Directed by Julio Garcia Espinosa 1967, B&W, 113 mins., 16mm film Anamorphic projection lens required Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"...far-fetched fun...wildly silly comedy.
Marjorie Rosen, Saturday Review


The All-Round Reduced Personality
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Directed by and starring Helke Sander, this film is an engaging portrait of a young single mother's struggle to balance the demands of home and career. Its depiction of life in a Berlin then still divided by the Wall is alternately grim, ironic and wryly humorous, disenchanted with the dismal prospects offered by both socialist and capitalist sectors.
Directed by Helke Sander 1977, B&W, 98 mins., 35mm/16mm film German dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
...an exceptional first feature... The script...is just brilliant.
Ruby Rich, The Chicago Reader


Anarchism in America
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An illuminating and often funny documentary survey of the controversial social and political philosophy, from Emma Goldman and the Spanish Civil War to Murray Bookchin and punk rock.
Directed by Steven Fischler and Joel Sucher 1982, Color, 75 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $125
...an exceptionally lucid and interesting documentary.
Janet Maslin, The New York Times


The Animals Film
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Narrated by Julie Christie, this emotionally powerful documentary exposes society's mass exploitation of animals, examining this widespread treatment in the context of larger social, political and economic issues. It features shocking footage of the exploitation of animals in scientific research, factory farming, wildlife destruction, and the pet and fur industries, plus interviews with authors, scientists and the Animal Liberation Front.
Directed by Victor Schonfeld and Myriam Alaux 1981, Color, 136 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $150
..extraordinary...devastating and over-whelming..one of the most frightening of horror movies.
The Seattle International Film Festival
...unusual, explosive, tough and very special...a horrifying vision.
Toronto Sun


Bay of Pigs
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This innovative semi-documentary recreates the defeat of the CIA-sponsored assault of Cuban exile troops against Cuba in April 1961. It reconstructs the entire event, and includes interviews with participants and reenactments of the fighting interwoven with actual documentary footage and photos.
Directed by Manuel Herrera 1973, B&W, 103 mins., 16mm film Anamorphic projection lens required Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


Before Stonewall
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From the social experimentation of the Roaring Twenties and the scapegoating of homosexuals during the McCarthy era to the development of the early homophile movement, this documentary is a unique portrait of the history of homosexual experience in America. Great archival footage and a wonderful sense of humor make this film appropriate for audiences of all persuasions.
Directed by Greta Schiller 1984, Color, 87 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $125


Bitter Sea
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This Bolivian feature dramatizes episodes from the Pacific War of 1879 in which Chile invaded Bolivia in an attempt to seize the latter's rich nitrate deposits. This revisionist historical interpretation blames Bolivia's loss of the war on the machinations of Bolivian industrialists and military officers.
Directed by Antonio Eguino 1985, Color, 100 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


The Black Banana
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In this zany, ribald Middle Eastern comedy, young Jews, Arabs and Americans revolt against the parental authority and conventional authority represented by old-fashioned Jews, Arabs and Americans. Satirical comedy situations underline the motifs of brotherhood, laughter and peace.
Directed by Benjamin Hayeem 1976, Color, 71 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $125


Comedienne
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This fascinating cinéma-vérité documentary follows two stand-up comics trying to make it in New York, deftly cutting back and forth between two women whose careers are headed in opposite directions.
Directed by Katherine Matheson 1983, Color, 82 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $125


COURAGE OF THE PEOPLE
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A dramatic reenactment of the historic 1967 massacre of 'The Night of San Juan,' when the Bolivian army launched a surprise nighttime attack upon striking tin miners and their families. The film achieves dramatic power and authenticity through the participation of witnesses and survivors of the original events.
Directed by Jorge Sanjines 1971, Color, 90 mins., 16mm film Spanish and Quechua dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


Dead End Kids: A Story of Nuclear Power
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Based on the Obie award-winning stage play, this wacky, freewheeling satire examines key moments in the history of nuclear power, from the flowering of medieval alchemy in the 16th century to the development of the atomic bomb and the Cold War Fifties. The film blends historical and fictional characters, archival footage, musical comedy, dance numbers, satirical comedy, and an evocative musical score by David (Talking Heads) Byrne with additional music by Philip Glass.
Directed by JoAnne Akalaitis 1986, Color, 87 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $150


DELIVERED VACANT
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Hoboken, New Jersey is "Naples on the Hudson" to its residents, and a square mile of prime real estate to others. Film-maker Nora Jacobson spent eight years documenting Hoboken's battles over gentrification, from boom in the Eighties to bust in the Nineties. This epic, dramatically engrossing documentary features a real-life cast of long-time residents, newly arrived Yuppies, tenants' organizers, real estate developers, street people, immigrants, and local politicians.
Directed by Nora Jacobson 1993, Color, 118 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $175
"Puts many Hollywood epics to shame in terms of its scale, substance and intricacy of storytelling.
Dave Kehr, The New York Daily News


A Girlfriend for David
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In this engaging comedy of manners about teenagers in Cuba, machismo meets its match. Regaled by his high school classmate, Miguel, about his many female conquests, David begins his amorous pursuit of Olga, the school knockout. Meanwhile, another girl, Ofelia, nicknamed 'fatty' by the other students, is attracted to David. While halfheartedly pursuing his 'conquest' of Olga, David finds himself won over by the audacity, honesty and charm of the less attractive girl.
Directed by Orlando Rojas 1985, Color, 103 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


House for Swap
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This wry social comedy revolves around the complicated politics of exchanging residences in Cuba. When a meddling mother sets out to find a home in the 'right' neighborhood for herself and her eminently marriageable daughter, her schemes become increasingly elaborate, involving more and more people and more and more homes, until everything collapses in comic chaos.
Directed by Juan Carlos Tabio 1984, Color, 98 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
This romantic comedy for the hip-hop generation explores the turbulent and often hilarious world of dating through the eyes of a group of African-American college students. Written and directed by Howard University film school graduate John Fisher, this film breaks from current stereotypes by featuring no drugs, gang warfare, or gunshots. Instead, the war between the sexes is waged with words and a sharp ironic edge, as Woody Allen meets Spike Lee in this astute directorial debut.
Directed by John Fisher 1997, color, 75 mins., 35mm film and video Rental: Inquire
"...a neat little film, a wry comedy...Black love done kinder, gentler, New South-style."
ary Dauphin, The Village Voice
"...a promising debut....assured mounting and an appealing cast give it solid niche-market potential, especially in areas where arthouse and ethnic auds converge."
Variety
"A fresh new comedy!"
Black Harvest International Film Festival


john henrik clarke: a great and mighty walk
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This award-winning documentary chronicles the life and times of the noted African-American historian, scholar and Pan-African activist, John Henrik Clarke (1915-1998). Both a biography of Clarke and an overview of 5,000 years of African and African-American history, the film offers a provocative look at the past through the eyes of a leading proponent of an Afrocentric view of history.
Directed by St. Clair Bourne Narrated by Wesley Snipes 1996, color, 92 mins., video Rental: Inquire
Grand Jury Prize/Best Documentary Urbanworld Film Festival
"...a veritable tour de force...The film is equal parts Baptist sermon and history."
The New York Amsterdam News


iracema
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This Brazilian semi-documentary recounts the adventures of Iracema, a 14-year-old Indian girl, who leaves her village to discover life in the big city. Surviving by prostitution, she joins up with a trucker and their journey on the Trans-Amazon Highway provides a sobering view of the 'new' Brazil, showing the beauty of Amazonia as well as the ecological, social and moral destruction being wrought by unhindered exploitation.
Directed by Jorge Bodansky 1975, Color, 90 minutes, video only Portuguese dialog with Engish subtitles Rental: $95


Malabrigo
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This Peruvian mystery-thriller, involving a young woman who arrives at a small fishing village to discover that her husband has mysteriously disappeared, has Garcia Marquez-like 'Magical Realist' overtones. As the woman's persistent efforts to locate her husband, hindered by a web of lies and half-truths spun by local residents, comes closer to exposing a local historical scandal, violence encircles her and those who attempt to help her.
Directed by Alberto Durant 1986, Color, 84 mins., 35mm film/video Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"...an accomplished, harrowing thriller...an intriguing hybrid: a mixture of the initially impenetrrable mysteries of such British thrillers as So Long at the Fair and The Lady Vanishes and the paranoid politics of such sobering South American dramas as The Official Story."
John Hartl, The Seattle Times


The Man from Maisinicu
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This political thriller blends mystery and adventure in its treatment of espionage and counterintelligence activity against the CIA during the early years of the Cuban revolution.
Directed by Manuel Perez 1973, B&W, 117 mins., 16mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $125


Oliver Stone: Inside Out
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Profiles the life and work of the controversial, Academy Award-winning filmmaker through comments by friends, associates and family members, as well as in-depth interviews with Stone himself, on the set of JFK and at his L.A. home. The video shows how Stone's personal involvement in the watershed events of the Sixties including combat experience in Vietnam, experimentation with drugs, the rock music scene, and political activism have provided the passion behind his critically acclaimed work as a screenwriter and director. In addition to interviews with Michael Douglas, Eric Bogosian, Kevin Costner, Charlie Sheen and Martin Scorsese, the video includes behind-the-scenes footage and excerpts from many of Stone's films, including Platoon, Wall Street, Born on the Fourth of July, Salvador, Talk Radio, The Doors and JFK.
Directed by Joel Sucher and Steven Fischler 1992, Color, 70 mins., video Rental: $95


Only Emptiness Remains
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This emotionally devastating feature documentary examines political repression and the situation of the 'disappeared' during Argentina's 'dirty war' in the late Seventies. The film looks at this problem through the powerful testimony of the mothers and grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, who, through their courageous weekly demonstrations, brought the tragic plight of their disappeared sons and daughters to the eyes of the world.
Directed by Rodolfo Kuhn 1984, Color, 95 mins., 35mm film/video Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


OUT OF SIGHT
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This offbeat feature documentary is part Western, part soap opera, part film noir, and part female buddy picture. Out of Sight incorporates interviews, cinéma-vérité sequences, and dramatic reenactments to tell the story of Diane Starin, a 34-year-old northern California cowgirl, and her rocky relationship with Herb Martin, a man in his sixties with whom she shares a love of horses. This intimate, unflinchingly honest, and continually surprising documentary reveals the dreams and difficulties of Diane as a young, thoroughly modern single woman, who also just happens to be blind, struggling for her independence amidst a real-life cast of colorful supporting characters.
Directed by David Sutherland 1994, Color, 85 mins., 35mm film/video Rental: $150
"Sutherland straps us in for a ride through the surreal soap opera...few Hollywood movies these days give as good a ride."
Betsy Sherman, Boston Globe


Parting of the Ways
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This controversial Cuban feature involves a Cuban mother, now living in Miami, who returns to Havana to visit her son and his family, whom she had abandoned ten years earlier. The psychological confrontations which ensue offer a sensitive analysis of the lejania, the distance or separation among members of the same family, created by the Cuban revolution.
Directed by Jesus Diaz 1985, Color, 90 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
...as graceful and touching as anything from more experienced filmmaking nations... All foreign films should be this good.
The Minnesota Daily


Patakin
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This first Cuban musical transposes two characters from Yoruba mythology into present-day Havana, pitting the charming, sexy Shango, the Yoruba god of thunder (here, an irresistible bully who lives off of his wife) against the earnest, hard-working Ogun (in this version, a machinist at a nearby farming collective) in a comic/ heroic battle of wits that is half mythology and half Busby Berkeley.
Directed by Manuel Octavio Gomez 1983, Color, 108 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"...a lively, silly, semi-nostalgic sendup of musicals, films and, surprisingly, considering its source, of the worker state. There's more music per minute than on MTV, more bikinis than during Easter Week at Ft. Lauderdale, more hoofing than A Chorus Line..."
Variety


Rebellion in Patagonia
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This classic of the Latin American cinema is based on actual historical events involving the brutal military suppression of a series of strikes during the early Twenties by rural workers in the southernmost province of Argentina. The film's narrative, set within a richly detailed social context and mounted as a colorful action film, features fascinating character studies of the main protagonists, including the anarcho-syndicalist leaders of the workers' movement and the ruthless military commander who realizes too late that he is merely a tool of the wealthy landowners.
Directed by Hector Olivera 1974, color, 107 mins., 16mm film/video Spanish dialog with English subtitles Non-Theatrical Rental Only: $150


Secuestro: A Story of a Kidnapping
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This feature documentary dramatizes the complex problem of kidnapping in Colombia, a country where the disparity between rich and poor has turned kidnapping for ransom into a virtual business, with a kidnapping occurring every seven hours. In 1985, 20-year-old Sylvia Motta, daughter of a wealthy industrialist, was kidnapped by ten armed men. Director Camila Motta, the victim's sister, recreates the harrowing three months during which Sylvia was chained to a bed while their father negotiated for her life. The film utilizes a montage of interviews, dramatic re-creations, still photos, slow motion, and actual recordings of the series of telephone negotiations between the kidnappers and the father. The result is a dramatically compelling portrait of the psychological torment experienced by the victim and her family and the ruthless but thoroughly professional criminal methods of her captors.
Directed by Camila Motta 1993, Color, 92 mins., 16mm film/video Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"..among the most creatively complex and insightful documentaries in recent years...gripping from start to finish."
Thelma Adams, The New York Post


Sera Posible el Sur: Mercedes Sosa Sings
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A profile of one of Latin America's leading musical artists, this film chronicles Sosa's 1984 national concert tour following her return to Argentina after years in exile. As she travels throughout the country, performing at concert halls, music festivals and isolated rural areas, concert footage is interspersed with breathtaking scenes of the Argentine countryside.
Directed by Stefan Paul 1985, Color, 76 mins., 35mm film/video Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"..a beautiful little film that sketches an impression of an inspiring artist and the many faces of her native Argentina...It contains some splendid music...a moving film about a singer who touches millions."
San Francisco Chronicle
"When Mercedes Sosa threw back her head and began to sing from the screen, I sat up. And when she hit those deep notes, the shivers started running down my back."
New York Post


SEX and Other Matters of Life and Death
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This award-winning documentary chronicles a year in the life of STAR Theater, a teenage theater company which uses drama to help young people avoid risks and grow up safely in the age of AIDS. The film combines intimate profiles of the young actors with scenes from their performances, poignantly revealing that the performers are struggling with the same coming-of-age problems in their own lives that they are addressing on stage.
Directed by Roger Weisberg 1996, Color, 70 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $125
Audience Award for Best Film Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema


Slam Nation
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This feature-length documentary offers an exciting, inside look at the phenomenal growth of the spoken word movement and its latest manifestation as literary blood sport the Slam Poetry competition. Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Devlin follows New York City's novice Slam Team as they journey to the National Poetry Slam in Portland, Ore-gon, where they engage in poetic battle with 120 performance poets from twenty-seven regional teams over four days of intensive elimination bouts. In the process, we enjoy not only the raw energy and remarkable talent of some of the greatest performance poets in the country, but a good old-fashioned tale of heroes and villains, Machiavellian strategizing, personal animosities, and fulfilling triumphs amidst the dramatic tension of fiery competition.
Directed by Paul Devlin 1997, color, 91 mins., 16mm film and video Rental: Inquire
The drama is always full-flame. So is the comedy.
The Los Angeles Weekly
"...a pop-culture phenomenon.
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
Fast, funny, furious and every now and then poignant.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Woodstock of spoken word.
Time Out New York
Very Good If you've never considered poetry an exciting art, you'll be shocked into radical reevaluation by this white-knuckled portrait"
Boxoffice


The Tables Turned
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This romantic comedy portrays a typical young Cuban couple, sexually liberated, who nonetheless cannot cope with the affair between his mother and her father. The young woman comes around first, but the young man cannot accept what he considers scandalous behavior for a woman of fifty. The result is a series of misunderstandings and confusions which comment on the generation gap, machismo, and related themes.
Directed by Rolando Diaz 1984, Color, 90 mins., 35mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150


through the eyes of larry harlow
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This lively documentary chronicles the development of salsa music in New York City during the 50s, 60s, and 70s through the experience of Larry Harlow, a Jewish-American musician from Brooklyn who became one of salsa's greatest stars. Harlow takes us from his childhood roots into the clubs and personalities of salsa's golden era the Catskills, the Cheetah, Arsenio Rodrâguez, Celia Cruz, the Fania All-Stars. The film also features interviews and commentary by such legendary performers as Cheo Feliciano, Santos Col÷n, Ismael Miranda, and Don Tite Curet Alonso.
Directed by Orlando J. Guzman Colon 1998, color, 70 mins., video Rental: Inquire
"Thoroughly entertaining!" Katharine A. Diaz, Hispanic Magazine


The Traitors
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This compelling Argentine political thriller dramatizes the life of a trade union militant who is gradually corrupted as he rises within the union bureaucracy. Skillfully interweaving documentary and fictional sequences, the film traces over seventeen years of Argentina's most explosive political history.
Directed by Raymundo Gleyzer 1973, Color, 109 mins., 16mm film Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
"...political cinema at its finest...a fine work of cinema."
Catholic Film Newsletter


Twenty Years Later
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In the early Sixties, the Brazilian peasant leader, Joao Pedro Teixeira, was assassinated by two gunmen hired by local landowners. Teixeira's story was being filmed as a docudrama when the 1964 military coup prevented the completion of the film. The entire crew was imprisoned and their equipment confiscated. Twenty years later, in a more democratic Brazil, director Eduardo Coutinho recovered his confiscated film and located the murdered peasant's widow and children. Coutinho's interviews with her and other peasant families are interwoven with sequences from the original docudrama to produce an unusually provocative historical film.
Directed by Eduardo Coutinho 1984, Color, 119 mins., 35mm film/video Portuguese dialog with English subtitles Rental: $150
An unusually poignant political and personal document- a movie that is one-of-a-kind. "
Vincent Canby, The New York Times
"Extraordinary...This is a rare and remarkable example of how film can capture a moment of history with all the intensity of the human drama involved."
Judy Stone, The San Francisco Chronicle


vampires in havana
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This feature-length animated cartoon for adults is a hilariously funny spoof of horror and gangster movies done up in an outrageously caricatured, bawdy style reminiscent of Fritz the Cat. The wacky plot involves Professor von Dracula, a vampire scientist who leaves Transylvania for Cuba where he invents "Vampisol," a potion that allows vampires to survive in sunlight. When the Professor announces his intention to donate his formula free of charge to vampires all over the world, the European group of vampires from Dusseldorf and the Vampire Mafia from Chicago try to steal the formula. The ensuing action escalates crazily as assorted bad guys, police, vampires and other monsters, musicians, tourists, and our hero are all caught up in the chase.
Directed by Juan Padron 1985, Color, 80 mins., video only Spanish dialog with English subtitles Rental: $95
"An animated fun and fang fest...a toothy treat for horror, comedy and animation buffs alike."
New York Daily News
"A fast-paced, broad comedy with enough bawdy and genuinely funny humor to entertain older audiences."
The Hollywood Reporter


VOICES OF THE CHILDREN
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This documentary tells the story of three people imprisoned as children in Terezin, a WWII Nazi concentration camp for Central European Jews, many of whom were eventually shipped to Auschwitz and other extermination centers. Zuzana Justman, the filmmaker, herself spent two years in Terezin, so her film conveys an unusually personal quality. Interviews with the Terezin survivors, filmed in their homes and with their families in the U.S., Austria and the Czech Republic, are blended with excerpts from their diaries and drawings from the wartime years.
Directed by Zuzana Justman 1996, Color, 80 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $150


DOUBLE LOWFAT LATTE LOVE
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Tamara, a tragically hip young woman, is caught up in a superficial world of hot coffee and steamy romance. When her dreamboat, Raif, walks into her life and sweeps her off her feet, she thinks she has it all cappuccino galore, cool clothes and a wicked boyfriend. Unfortunately, Raif sees things differently.
Directed by Jennifer Hinkey 1995, Color, 9 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $25


the hero
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Max decides to hold up the local deli. It's late, few people are around it's an easy target. Or so he thinks, as one thing after another goes wrong for poor Max.
Directed by James Mairata 1995, Color, 9 mins., video only Rental: $25


MICHELLE'S THIRD NOVEL
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A young novelist, suffering from a bad case of writer's block, and on the verge of blowing a fuse, discovers a shocking new means of artistic inspiration.
Directed by Karryn de Cinque 1995, Color, 5 mins., 35mm film/video Rental: $25


monas pets
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In this visually inventive comedy, Ra-mona, a "punked-out" older sister, unexpectedly returns home to her mother and two young brothers. None of them, however, are aware that her luggage is filled with cockroaches, and the resulting roach invasion becomes a catalyst for changing this comically dysfunctional family.
Directed by John D. Allen 1992, color, 32 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $50


pArts
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A hungry diner visits a new restaurant with an unusual bill of fare. After being served his order, however, his selection is criticized by the waiter, the bus boy, and another customer, and our befuddled diner opts for another dish he hopes will be less controversial.
Directed by Tom Whitus 1997, color, 8 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $25


REIGN OF THE DOG: a re-visionist history
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This provocative animated film, featuring a voracious mongrel dog and an evocative synthesizer score by Kasandra Woodring, uses allegorical and documentary images, maps and texts to explore and deconstruct the history of the conquest of the Americas.
Animated and directed by Ruth Hayes 1995, Color, 16 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $35


SULLIVAN'S LAST CALL
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A sexy little film about celibacy. Sullivan, a Manhattan artist, and a conservative old flame return to her apartment after their first date in six years. After an unexpected kiss, he announces that he is celibate... for "spiritual reasons." Sullivan isn't buying it, however, because she knows him too well. Armed with scotch, cigarettes and sexual fearlessness, she chips away at his intellectual armor, with results neither of them bargained for.
Directed by Fran Rizzo 1995, B&W, 18 mins., 16mm film/video Rental: $35