Narrative

Moos

About the Film 

A socially awkward young woman takes tentative steps towards independence and fulfilling a lifelong dream to find her uniquely beautiful voice, in this Dutch romantic dramedy brimming with beguiling characters.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
91 minutes

Mordechai

About the Film 

After years apart, identical twin brothers with very different lives are reunited at their father’s funeral, in this funny and touching fable of family and faith. 

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
14 minutes

Mr. Bernstein

About the Film 

A daughter meets the famous music conductor who lifted her father’s spirits in a postwar refugee camp. Best Drama prize at the Toronto International Short Film Festival. 

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
12 minutes

My Favorite Year

About the Film 

In this riotous paean to the chaotic early days of live television, directed by actor Richard Benjamin, Peter O’Toole gives a flamboyant Oscar nominated performance as a booze-loving, womanizing Hollywood movie star, cut down to size by the small screen. An outstanding supporting cast rounds out this comedy classic.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
92 minutes

Paradise

About the Film 

Russia’s Best Foreign Language Film entry, this stunning, absorbing chamber drama recalls the shattered dreams of Holocaust victims and perpetrators, via docu-style, flashback confessionals by three protagonists.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
130 minutes

Past Life

About the Film 

Two Israeli sisters unravel the shocking truth about their father’s murky wartime past, in this hybrid detective thriller and heart-tugging melodrama, based on fact, by award-winning filmmaker Avi Nesher.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
107 minutes

The Principle of Grace

About the Film 

A heart-wrenching house call tests the resolve of a pitiless social welfare worker. Best Student Film winner at the Haifa International Film Festival. 

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
18 minutes

The Second Time Around

About the Film 

Sharing a love of music, two senior citizens learn it’s never too late for love, in this unabashedly sentimental romance between a cranky, cynical Polish immigrant still raw from his wife’s death, and a lively opera-loving widow.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
107 minutes

Subte-Polska

About the Film 

Past and present collide in the jagged memories of a 90-year-old Polish-born chess player who longs for late-life romance in the dreamlike Argentine melodrama, a deeply felt and often gently humorous character study depicting a quixotic life that comes full circle in its final bittersweet chapter.

Genre 
Narrative
Running Time 
99 minutes

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