“There is a bit of Oliver Twist and a bit of Blade Runner in the dusty and industrial world of Mondocane. Reveals the humanity typical of pure and incorruptible hearts that struggle not to be sucked into the vortex of evil and crime.” –Vanity Fair 


Winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival

Official Selection: New York, Toronto, AFI Fest

“Few filmmakers rage with such naked emotion and formalist conviction.” – Manohla Dargis, The New York Times

"Cuts to the heart of Nadav Lapid’s visceral genius... one of the world’s most irrepressible filmmakers." –


Newly Restored, Winner of the Prix de la Jeunesse at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival

“Uses a seemingly simple style to make some quiet and deep observations.” — Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

“Patricia Rozema's vivid and surprising imagination, coupled with a startlingly original performance by Sheila McCarthy, help make the film a rare and unexpected delight.” – Associated Press



Winner of Best Film at the BFI London Film Festival

Official Selections: Cannes Film Festival (Directors’ Fortnight), New York Film Festival, AFI Fest

“A lovable and affecting crowd-pleaser with universal appeal and real potential to become a word-of-mouth hit.” –  


“Swift, complex and altogether challenging. A tempestuous, non-fiction love story. Bashore (is) a punchy, non-nonsense director with a wry sense of humor and compassion.” — Los Angeles Times

New 2K restoration by UCLA Film & Television Archive


Part documentary, part rock film, and all kinds of crazy, Stunt Rock is a feature length ode to fearless Australian stuntman Grant Page (the Mad Max films, Road Games, The Gods Of Egypt) from Ozploitation legend Brian Trenchard-Smith (BMX Bandits, Deathcheaters).


Official Selection: Sundance Film Festival

“An entrancing reverie of Himalayan life in India. A mix of heavenly landscapes and desperate lives. An uncategorizable cinematic experience — and a haunting one.” – Indiewire


Winner of the Audience Award at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

Narrated by Jeff Goldblum, captures the humor and drama of director Norman Jewison's quest to recreate the lost world of Jewish life in Tsarist Russia and re-envision the beloved stage hit as a wide-screen epic.




Official Selections: Cannes Film Festival (Directors’ Fortnight), Sundance Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, AFI Fest

“The future of Black film. Pure cinematic power.” –  The Hollywood Reporter