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GINGER AND CINNAMON

GINGER AND CINNAMON

Directed by Daniele Luchetti
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 11 / 
  • Italy / 
  • 2003 / 
  • Italian with English subtitles / 
  • 82 min
Official Selection - Cannes Film Festival
Official Selection - European Union Film Festival

"Ginger and Cinnamon is an unpretentious romp about a 14-year-old determined to lose her virginity on a Greek island."
- Deborah Young, Variety
OT: OUR TOWN

OT: OUR TOWN

  • YEAR 1 - FILM 8 / 
  • United States / 
  • 2002 / 
  • English / 
  • 77 min
INCH'ALLAH DIMANCHE

INCH'ALLAH DIMANCHE

Directed by Yamina Benguigui
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 7 / 
  • France and Algeria / 
  • 2001 / 
  • French with English subtitles / 
  • 98 min
Winner - FIPRESCI Award (Best Film) - Toronto Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Audience Award - Bordeaux Int'l Festival of Women in Cinema

"A topnotch central perf by the attractive and convincing Fejria Deliba combines with well-observed details that bring the tricky assimilation of a generation of immigrants to life."
- Lisa Nesselson, Variety

"Exceptionally good! For those looking for a film with a lot of depth, you've come to the right place."
- Don Houston, DVDTalk.com

"[A] vibrant feature debut!"
- Leslie Camhi, Village Voice
MANITO

MANITO

Directed by Eric Eason
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 6 / 
  • United States / 
  • 2002 / 
  • English & Spanish with English subtitles / 
  • 77 min
Winner - Special Jury Prize - Sundance Film Festival
Winner - Best Emerging Filmmaker - Tribeca Film Festival
Winner - Competition Award - SXSW Film Festival

"Mr. Eason, using a hand-held camera and a largely new or nonprofessional cast, brilliantly captures the pulse of daily life in working-class, immigrant New York."
- A.O. Scott, The New York Times

"Storytelling at its very best!"
- Duane Byrge, The Hollywood Reporter

"Eason's warm regard for his gutter-mouthed characters and Franky G.'s boisterous debut performance make for an unusually impassioned indie."
- Mark Holcomb, The Village Voice
LIGHT OF MY EYES

LIGHT OF MY EYES

Directed by Giuseppe Piccioni
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 5 / 
  • Italy / 
  • 2001 / 
  • Italian with English subtitles / 
  • 113 min
Nominated - Best Film - Italian Oscars®
Nominated - Best Director - Italian Oscars®
Winner - Best Actor - Venice Film Festival

"Light of My Eyes is a poetic journey of love and personal struggle. A very well handled film that is a quirky and original romantic drama...the kind of romance film I wish there were more of."
- Nic Poague, Criticnic.com

"Imaginative! Handsomly shot and nicely played!"
- Time Out New York

"[An] eccentric and curious love story [with] marvelously complex layers. Enchanting, sad and gorgeously mysterious!"
- Jen Johans, Film Intuition
HE DIED WITH A FELAFEL IN HIS HAND

HE DIED WITH A FELAFEL IN HIS HAND

Directed by Richard Lowenstein
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 2 / 
  • Australia / 
  • 2001 / 
  • English / 
  • 107 min
Winner - Grand Jury Prize (Best Film) - New York Int'l Film & Video Festival
Winner - Best Screenplay - New York Int'l Film & Video Festival

"Driven by absurdist humor, random off-the-wall moments of originality and a generally ararchic tone, it mixes the heightened silliness of youth cinema with a more studied, film-literate approach. ...those who like their cinema on the edge should find a lot to enjoy here."
- Erin Free, The Hollywood Reporter

"This carousel ride of bizarre characters and out-of-control situations [becomes] a reasonably satisfying whole."
- David Rooney, Variety
EL BOLA

EL BOLA

Directed by Achero Manas
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 1 / 
  • Spain / 
  • 2000 / 
  • Spanish with English subtitles / 
  • 87 min
Winner - Best Film - Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars®)
Winner - Best New Director - Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars®)
Winner - Best New Actor - Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars®)

"A truly remarkable performance from its lead actor, twelve-year-old Juan José Ballesta, who plays this street urchin in equal parts tough and vulnerable."
- Jamie Russell, BBC

"A wonderful tale [with] amazing portrayals! Emotional and unforgettable!"
- Jen Johans, Film Intuition

"At once subtle and visceral...a measure of faith in the future."
- Leslie Camhi, The Village Voice
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