E.M. Forster's turn-of-the-century account of two sisters and their brother, living together in London, whose lives become entwined with a wealthy family. Many Oscar nominations including Best Picture!
A shy widower moves to a small seaside community and joins the local amateur theatre group. Adapted for the screen by Alan Ackbourne from his prize-winning stageplay.
Strange things begin to happen when a man is bitten by a dying wolf. Is it love or the moon that makes him change? Pfeiffer and Nicholson tear up the screen. A stylish romantic thriller with a wicked edge.
Stiff Upper Lips -- Mr. Bryan interviews brilliant Poet / Writer / Journalist Wanda Coleman, author of over 20 books. (The Riot Inside Me, Mecurochrome, Mad Dog Black Lady etal.)
Genius. (period) is a 'must-see' interview if you've ever loved the writings of Wanda Coleman or if you're interested in finding out what her beautiful life, poetic conceptual process and philosophy of creative writing was all about.
Wolf -- Trailer for Wolf
Maj-id is a talented kick boxer from a gray, anonymous suburb in The Netherlands. As his fighting prowess brings him increasing notoriety in-and outside the ring, the worlds of kickboxing and organized crime begin to blur into each another and Maj id begins to lose sight of what it is he really wants.
Harrumphing boot shop-owner Henry Hobson finds himself in a fiery match of wills with his haughty, independent daughter Maggie when she decides to forge her own path, romantically and professionally, with none other than Henry’s prized bootsmith, Will.
Howards End -- text os
The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne -- Trailer For The Lonely Passion Of Judith Hearne
Farkas -- 'The world is too rich to live in peace'
A filmballad by Tamas Toth
The Wolf -- A young architect (Noah) has to hand in a project but can't get any sleep because he is visited by an imaginary werewolf.
Second Best -- Academy Award-winner and Golden Globe-nominee William Hurt ('Syriana,' 'The Village') stars in this touching story about a lonely, unmarried mail clerk.
An Awfully Big Adventure -- In Liverpool in 1947, a theatre company is planning to produce a series of plays. Sixteen year old Stella...
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