After a four-year shoot over three continents, Jonathan Nossiter produced 10 one hour films on the financial and political issues, as well as passions and inspirations that wine provokes. An even more original, probing, and funny project than his famous feature length documentary, “Mondovino”.
Sasá Iovine, a small-time Neopolitan operator, finds himself in the thick of a multi-murder mystery when Don Michelle, a building contractor involved in a number of housing scandals hires Iovine to find his daughter who has disappeared with incriminating documents.
Gripping documentary explores the different conceptions of Western values in other countries, focusing on the situation in Uganda with the Lord’s Resistance Army. We witness the tension: people don’t want the justice offered by the International Criminal Court; they want peace.
Australian film veteran Bruce Beresford delivers a heartfelt comedy that centres on a conservative lawyer (Catherine Keener) who, after splitting with her husband, takes her two teenage children to meet their estranged, eccentric grandmother (Jane Fonda).
A pair of young, aimless outsiders living in the desert off the Pearblossom Highway go looking for a place to belong in this new American vision from perennial voice of the lost, Mike Ott. With his ethereal take on the road trip movie, Ott offers a sparse, yet loving ode to the downtrodden.
Pearl of the Army is a 1916 silent film serial directed by Edward José. The Pathé-Astra film was made when many early film studio and film producers in America’s first motion picture industry were based in New Jersey’s Hudson River towns, particularly Fort Lee.