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Official Selection - Montreal World Film Festival
"This is a film that belongs on your 'Must-See' list if you were ever 11 years old and made it to adulthood!"
- Cynthia Corral, Cinequest
A CALL GIRL
Winner - Best Supporting Actor - Slovene Film Festival
"Features the breathtaking debut of new talent Nina Ivanisin in the title role. An actress to keep an eye on!"
- Basil Tsiokos, indieWIRE
A PECK ON THE CHEEK
Winner of six 2003 National Film Awards of India
Music by the Academy Awardï¿½ winning composer of Slumdog Millionaire, A.R. Rahman
"A Peck on the Cheek is a sweet, funny, fairy tale about the adopted daughter of loving parents who wants to find her real mother, even if it means running away from home."
--Adam Nayman, Eye Weekly
A SCREAMING MAN
Winner - Silver Hugo for Best Screenplay - Chicago Int'l Film Festival
- Todd McCarthy, indieWIRE
A SIMPLE CURVE
Winner - Best Director - Nantucket FF
"A Simple Curve possesses wisdom that is rare for film these days, let alone a debut."
- Peter Howell, The Toronto Star
"One of the wry pleasures of 2004, and certainly the year's most enjoyable Belgian disability road comedy."
--Jonathan Romney, Film Comment
Submitted by Country - Best Foreign Film - Academy Awards®
"A funny, politically incorrect and, somewhere deep down, thoughtful black comedy.""
- Gunnar Rehlin, Variety
AGATA AND THE STORM
Official Selection - Palm Springs Int'l Film Festival
"CRITICS' PICK! Luminous!"
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"CRITICS' PICK! Gorgeous!"
- V.A. Musetto, New York Post
"CRITICS' PICK! Relish in the adventure!"
- Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
Winner - Best Original Screenplay - Australian Film Critics Circle
Winner - Grand Prix - Buster Int'l Children's Film Festival
Nominated - Best Film - Locarno Int'l Film Festival
"Antares, a film that is as much about sex as it is about marriage and relationships and sadness, is the rare film that explores this elusive terrain with clarity and dignity."
- Phillip Kennicott, Washington Post