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OFF SEASON

Sun, Feb 13, 2011
at 12:15 PM (WH)

OFF SEASON

DIRECTOR: Jonathan Van Tulleken - CANADA

Stealing from summer cottages during the brutal off-season winter months, a transient and his faithful dog make a tragic discovery. (13 mins.)

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Sun, Feb 20, 2011
at 12 PM (WH)

ORMIE

DIRECTOR: Rob Silvestri - CANADA

Ormie tries to get his hands on the cookies that are just out of reach on top of the refrigerator. (4 mins.)

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OUTRAGE

Sat, Feb 19, 2011
at 11:30 PM (HW)
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OUTRAGE

DIRECTOR: Takeshi Kitano - JAPAN

“Takeshi Kitano is back in top form with this ruthless and violent yakuza thriller! Kitano stars as Otomo, a stoic mid-level yakuza boss. When two top mob bosses form an alliance, the entire yakuza world is in danger of erupting into war, and Otomo is instructed to keep the criminal families in balance by any means necessary. What follows is an intricate web of betrayal filled with sudden bursts of realistic violence. This modern Japanese Godfather is masterfully directed by Kitano, proving himself once again to be one of the great Japanese directors of our time.”—Dan Halsted. “Humor as mean...

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OVER YOUR CITIES GRASS WILL GROW

Wed, Feb 16, 2011
at 7 PM (B3)
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Tue, Feb 22, 2011
at 8:15 PM (WH)
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OVER YOUR CITIES GRASS WILL GROW

DIRECTOR: Sophie Fiennes - GREAT BRITAIN

German sculptor Anselm Kiefer’s manufactured landscapes and monumental installations are informed by one of the most provocative and rigorous minds in contemporary art. Fiennes’ striking film takes us into his singular world in exhilarating fashion, in the process creating a work as intriguing as its subject. Shot at Kiefer’s La Ribitte, his sprawling studio/estate in Barjac, France, which was once a silk factory, process and product find equal fascination. Here, Kiefer has worked on a series of elaborate installations and paintings—above and below ground—constructing and devising with earth, ash, gold, acid, glass, concrete, and lead; wielding blowtorches, brooms, and bulldozers...

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