FIND FILM BY
FILM SETS & MORE
ABOUT OUR FILMS
CURRENT CLUB RELEASES
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $100
Nominated - Best Film - Canadian Oscars
"Familia is a refreshing and insightful look at the relationships of two sets of three generations of women that contemplates the question of whether or not women are genetically bound to be like their mothers."
- Ray Bennett, The Hollywood Reporter
"A condemned man's wrenching wait for his own execution works like a ticking time bomb"
--Robert Koehler, Variety
"One of the wry pleasures of 2004, and certainly the year's most enjoyable Belgian disability road comedy."
--Jonathan Romney, Film Comment
THE FOREST FOR THE TREES
"The Forest for the Trees is a precisely modulated first film about an idealistic young educator ostracized for her lack of teaching skills and civil graces."
--Eddie Cockrell, Variety
Winner - Best Screenplay - Amanda Awards (Norwegian Oscars®)
Winner - Jury Prize - Norwegian Int'l Film Festival
"One of the best Norwegian films made in many years."
- Gunnar Rehlin, Variety
Winner - Best Documentary - Long Island Film Festival
"A campaign for mayor that takes unexpected, and heartbreaking, twists and turns."
- Josh Benson, The New York Times
Slovenia's submission to the 2003 Academy Awards
"One of the most powerful and provocative movies of the year."
- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
Winner - Best Screenplay - Award of the Israeli Film Academy
"Released as the settlements on the Gaza Strip were being dismantled, Cedar's film offers a refreshing new perspective of them and a sly critique of their origins."
- Ken Fox, TV Guide
"Wang Xioashuai's follow-up to his fest hit Beijing Bicycle is another stern, compelling story of modern proletariat life as seen through the eyes of China's Seventh Generation filmmakers."
--Jason Anderson, Eye Weekly
ROADS TO KOKTEBEL
Winner - Phillip Morris Award - Karlovy Vary Int'l Film Festival
"In less talented hands, the plot could have turned into just another road movie. Instead, [Popogrebsky and Khlebnikov's] taut script, skill with performers and loving eye for natural beauty create a film that recalls vintage Terrence Malick."
- Leslie Felperin, Variety
AGATA AND THE STORM
Official Selection - Palm Springs Int'l Film Festival
LE GRAND VOYAGE
"One of the Best Films of the Decade!" - The Times (London)
"In this remarkable directorial debut, the stern father of a Muslim family in France has his teenage son drive him to Mecca for the religious pilgrimage known as the hajj."
--Jonathan Curiel, San Francisco Chronicle