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Films In 2010

FOREIGN PARTS (Véréna Paravel, J. P. Sniadecki, 2010)
"Gentrification, economic inequality, class conflict, and the rusty reality of the American Dream." - Village Voice ... Willets Point is an almost forgotten industrial corner of Queens, tucked behind… Read more

FOUR LIONS (Chris Morris, 2010)
“The most engaging and fuzzy-warm film about people who want to kill you that you'll ever see.” - Empire ... What's so funny about jihad? Everything apparently in this satire about a group of bum… Read more

Green Crayons (Kazik Radwanski, 2010)
Boys will be boys, as the saying goes. At least until the teacher arrives. From Accelerator alumni Kazik Radwanski. ... D/S Kazik Radwanski P Daniel Montgomery WS Medium Density Fibreboard Films TD 3… Read more

HAHAHA (Hong Sangsoo, 2010)
“For Hong's fans as well as art film-inclined audiences coming to his films new, this is as tangy and refreshing as sangria.” - Hollywood Reporter ... Receiving the top prize in the Un Certain Re… Read more

Heavy Heads (Helena Frank, 2010)
A minimalist black comedy about a woman whose only respite from her loneliness and despair is eliciting sexual favours from a housefly. ... D/S Helena Frank P Elisabeth Victoria Poulsen WS The Nation… Read more

HI-SO (Aditya Assarat, 2010)
"Things change quickly, so this film should be a snapshot of the way things are now. Like a polaroid, as soon as you take it, it's already fading into the past." - Aditya Assarat ... With his second … Read more

HOME BY CHRISTMAS (Gaylene Preston, 2010)
“A classic New Zealand story, perfectly told.” - New Zealand Herald ... On his way home from rugby practice, Ed Preston joined the New Zealand army. He promised his pregnant wife Tui he'd be home… Read more

HONEY (Semih KaplanoÄŸlu, 2010)
“A movie without spiritual values is like useless knowledge.” - filmmaker Semih KaplanoÄŸlu ... Winner of the Golden Bear at this year's Berlin Film Festival, Honey completes Kaplano lu's non-c… Read more

Hortum (Ayse Altinok, 2010)
“I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.” - Kurt Vonnegut ... --- ... D/S Ayse Altinok P Neil C… Read more

Hotel 66 (Anthony Chen, 2010)
For a lone security guard and a mysterious guest at the Hotel 66, curiosity and fascination gives way to something more. ... --- ... D/S Anthony Chen P Kurban Kassam WS National Film and Television S… Read more

HOW MUCH DOES YOUR BUILDING WEIGH, MR. FOSTER? (Norberto López Amado, Carlos Carcas, 2010)
'The architect really has no power. That is the truth.' - Lord Norman Foster ... One of the world's most prolific modern architects, Lord Norman Foster has designed renowned buildings and landmarks s… Read more

HOW TO DIE IN OREGON (Peter D. Richardson, 2010)
"A beautifully intimate look at terminally ill patients who choose to end their lives painlessly and legally." - Variety ... How to Die in Oregon is a remarkable and deeply moving documentary that ex… Read more

How to Rid Your Lover of a Negative Emotion Caused by You! (Nadia Litz, 2010)
This could be a perfect love story as long as no one bleeds to death. ... D Nadia Litz P Daniel Bekerman, Heather K Dahlstrom S Ryan Cavan WS Canadian Film Centre TD 35mm/2010 ... Read more

HUGH HEFNER: PLAYBOY, ACTIVIST AND REBEL (Brigitte Berman, 2010)
'There isn't a man alive who wouldn't give his left nut to be Hugh Hefner.' - Gene Simmons ... At Hugh Hefner's 80th birthday, Brigitte Bermen convinced him to divulge the ‘real deal' about the man… Read more

I WISH I KNEW (Jia Zhangke, 2010)
Jia Zhang-ke, China's most acclaimed contemporary filmmaker, turns his gaze toward the ultimate mega-city: Shanghai. ... Commissioned for last year's Shanghai World Fair - but overcoming its roots as… Read more

I'm Here (Spike Jonze, 2010)
A robo-romance in a world where robots are part of the everyday and love isn't hardwired. A short film by Spike Jonze. ... --- ... D/S Spike Jonze P Vincent Landay WS CAA TD HD CAM/2010 ... --- ... D… Read more

In A Pig's Eye (Atsushi Wada, 2010)
Japanese animator Atsushi Wada's latest surreal snapshot of the life of a family, and the giant pig blocking their front door. ... --- ... D/P/S Atsushi Wada L no dialogue TD digibeta/2010 ... --- ..… Read more

IN THE COMPANY OF ERIC ROHMER (Marie Rivière, 2010)
A warm-hearted portrait of one of the most beloved filmmakers of the twentieth century. ... Eric Rohmer was one of the last of the key French New Wave directors and one of the most revered, continuin… Read more

Incident by a Bank (Ruben Östlund, 2010)
A one-shot reconstruction of an actual event witnessed on June 26, 2006, as a bank robbery doesn't quite go to plan. ... --- ... D/S Rubem Östlund P Erik Hemmendorff, Marie Kjellson L Swedish w/Engl… Read more

INTIMATE GRAMMAR (Nir Bergman, 2010)
Israel, 1965. As his country grows up without him, an uncertain boy teeters on the edge of manhood and tragedy. ... At 13 years old, Aharon (Roee Elsberg) doesn't want to grow up. Small for his age, … Read more

INTO ETERNITY (Michael Madsen, 2010)
"Jaw dropping... one of the most extraordinary factual films to be shown this year." - Guardian ... Around 150 km northwest of Helsinki, the Finnish government is building a solution to the world's n… Read more

ISHQIYA (Abhishek Chaubey, 2010)
“A delicious little film that teeters dangerously between saucy comedy and suspenseful noir.” - CNN-IBN ... Crime, suspense, passion and deceit are the backdrops of romance in Ishqiya, a tale of … Read more

JANE EYRE (M) (Cary Joji Fukunaga, 2010)
Charlotte Brontë's famous tale gets a fresh makeover, with a winning performance from Australia's Mia Wasikowska (The Kids Are All Right, MIFF 2010) as the tenacious Jane. ... Having been adapte… Read more

JEAN GENTIL (Laura Amelia Guzman, Israel Cardenas, 2010)
"Documentary-like in its attention to detail and shot in impeccably composed images... traces the slow voyage into oblivion of a talented immigrant looking for his place in a world that thinks it doe… Read more

JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT: THE RADIANT CHILD (Tamra Davis, 2010)
“He was one of the people I was truly envious of but… he was too fragile for this world.” - Madonna ... This is the first feature-length documentary about celebrated artist Jean-Michel Basq… Read more

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