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FALLING ANGELS

FALLING ANGELS

Directed by Scott Smith
  • YEAR 2 - FILM 10 / 
  • Canada / 
  • 2003 / 
  • English / 
  • 109 min
Official Selection - Toronto Int'l Film Festival
Official Selection - Vancouver Int'l Film Festival

"One of the most effective family dramas to emerge in a good long while."
- Reel Film Reviews

"Excellent [and] artful...[with] an exemplary cast."
- Dennis Harvey, Variety

"Smoldering! Quirky...[and] terrific."
- Michael Booth, The Denver Post
FOREIGN LETTERS

FOREIGN LETTERS

Directed by Ela Thier
  • United States / 
  • 2012 / 
  • English, Hebrew & Vietnamese with English subtitles / 
  • 100 min
Winner - Global Zoom Award - Children's Film Festival Seattle

"A truly heartfelt and absolutely delightful film, rich with both comic and dramatic episodes, that I would recommend to anyone!"
- Christina Zawadizsky, BookRoom Review

"There's an overall sense of grassroots intimacy [with] beauty at the core."
- Robert Bell, Exclaim.ca

"Inspiring! Powerful [and] delightful!"
- David Crumm, Read the Spirit
GLASSLAND

GLASSLAND

Directed by Gerard Barrett
  • YEAR 14 - FILM 3 / 
  • Ireland / 
  • 2014 / 
  • English / 
  • 93 min

"Knockout performances, almost flawless drama."
- Leslie Felperin, The Guardian

"Its melancholic beauty is elicited from the decisively enthralling cinematography and two utterly intense performances."
- Carlos Aguilar , Indiewire

"Before anyone has even said anything, the economy of Barrett as a storyteller is abundantly clear."
- Hollywood Reporter
HELENA FROM THE WEDDING

HELENA FROM THE WEDDING

Directed by Joseph Infantolino
  • YEAR 8 - FILM 12 / 
  • United States / 
  • 2010 / 
  • English / 
  • 89 min

"Beautifully modulated! Full of both the ache and the joy of real life."
- Jon Frosch, The Hollywood Reporter

"Funny as hell! Helena From The Wedding boasts a strong ensemble cast...piercing humor...[and] a bittersweet sting that brings a smile to our faces and a lump in our throats."
- Cullen Gallagher, Hammer to Nail

"The acting performances are all perfect...It is a brutally realistic depiction of the trials and tribulations of 30-something couples and their friendships."
- Don Simpson, Smells Like Screen Spirit
HELLO LONESOME

HELLO LONESOME

Directed by Adam Reid
Winner - Audience Award Best Feature - Ashland Independent Film Festival
Winner - Best Ensemble Jury Award - LA Film Festival

"First-time writer-director Adam Reid has a lightly endearing touch!"
- Kyle Smith, The New York Post

"A small beauty of a film!"
- Marshall Fine, The Huffington Post

"Smart, poignant!"
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
LET THE CHURCH SAY AMEN

LET THE CHURCH SAY AMEN

Directed by David Petersen
  • YEAR 3 - FILM 4 / 
  • United States / 
  • 2004 / 
  • English / 
  • 87 min
Official Selection - Sundance Film Festival

"A deeply moving 87 minutes that leave you feeling touched, renewed and refreshed - kind of like a great sermon."
- Nathalie Hopkinson, The Washington Post

"A modest but affecting portrait...viewers [will] care deeply about these people."
- Scott Foundas, Variety
LITTLE SPARROWS

LITTLE SPARROWS

Directed by Camille Chen
  • YEAR 9 - FILM 4 / 
  • Australia / 
  • 2010 / 
  • English / 
  • 88 min

"Terrific! Mesmerizing! [Little Sparrows'] script is a gift to the actors who pay Chen back with seemingly effortless performances."
- Natasha Senjanovic, The Hollywood Reporter

"A well-balanced and sublimely acted dramatic film!"
- Don Simpson, Smells Like Screen Spirit

"Beautifully shot, it's a story destined to linger in the memory long after the final curtain."
- Hari Raj, The Weekly Review
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
MORLANG

MORLANG

Directed by Tjebbo Penning
  • YEAR 1 - FILM 12 / 
  • Netherlands / 
  • 2001 / 
  • English / 
  • 95 min
Winner - Best Film - Cairo Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Best Actor - Cairo Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Best New Director - Netherlands Film Festival
NOISE

NOISE

Directed by Matthew Saville
  • YEAR 6 - FILM 4 / 
  • Australia / 
  • 2007 / 
  • English / 
  • 109 min
Winner - Best Film - Film Critics of Australia Awards
Winner - Best Director - Film Critics of Australia Awards

"[Noise] kicks off with a wallop, then constantly confounds expectations by approaching its subject matter from fresh directions."
- Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter
NURSE.FIGHTER.BOY

NURSE.FIGHTER.BOY

Directed by Charles Officer
  • Canada / 
  • 2008 / 
  • English / 
  • 93 min
Nominated - Best Film - Canadian OscarsĀ®
Winner - Best Original Song - Canadian OscarsĀ®
Winner - Audience Award - Mannheim Heidelberg Int'l Film Festival

"Gorgeously crafted. Enchanting!"
- Jennie Punter, The Globe and Mail

"HOMICIDE and THE WIRE's Clark Johnson gives a quietly intense performance."
- Adam Nayman, EYE Weekly
PRAIRIE LOVE

PRAIRIE LOVE

Directed by Dusty Bias
  • YEAR 10 - FILM 2 / 
  • United States / 
  • 2011 / 
  • English / 
  • 80 min
Official Selection - Sundance Film Festival
Winner - Grand Jury Prize - Atlanta Film Festival

"From the frozen plains of North Dakota comes this wonderfully bizarre story about three people searching for love in the oddest way."
- Sundance Institute

"An unnervingly romantic, starkly humorous, and startlingly composed drama."
- Roya Rastegar, The Huffington Post