Successful doctor Artur Planck, his wife Clara and their two daughters are seeking shelter from the Nazis storming Poland. They find a safe house in the farm of Emilia, their local grocer ... See full summary »
Katarzyna Al Abbas,
The 1700's...ish, Oxfordshire, England. In the sleepy town of Upper Trollop, there lived a poet named William Filthe'. He was in love with the beautiful but slightly terrifying Vanity Banks... See full summary »
Matthew Butler Hart
Matthew Butler Hart,
Tori Butler Hart,
Starring Marion Cotillard as Lady Grey, a burlesque artist with magical healing powers, the unshakable Sir Ian Mckellan as her crippled fan and Russell Tovey as the painter who is inspired by Lady Grey's grace and sensuality.
John Cameron Mitchell
An outstanding film in which a young man grapples with the death of his father over a period of several years. The film takes on a very human issue - that of the death of a parent - and dissects it in a lively, at times humorous, and emotionally moving way. It speaks of how all humans deal with key moments in their lives, how each persons experience differs and, yet, how there are many similarities in the way we all manage to get through personal tragedy. This film is a genuine learning and growing experience for the viewer. The animation treatment of the material is beautifully done, changing style and technique effortlessly and in a way that entertains and helps move the story along with a flare and sense of timing that is often missing in animated shorts. If you get a chance to see this film take it, it really is something special and rewards repeated viewings to reveal the subtleties and nuances of both the script and animation.
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