A lone astronaut on the moon, only weeks away from returning to earth, is shaken to the core when he regains consciousness after an accident to discover he is no longer alone.
This documentary of genocide trials in a village in Rwanda probes the difficult steps toward forgiveness and reconciliation, asking what it means to have the man who killed your family moving back into your neighborhood.
An alienated teen sets off a chain of hilarious, disturbing and intense events after he announces his intention to film his own suicide. This wild ride unfolds as a torrent of sound, images, comedy and fragments of real experience.
From behind the headlines on the War on Terror comes this unexpected yet utterly American story: an intimate portrait of Hamza Pérez, Puerto Rican-born former drug dealer turned politically conscious hip-hop musician, community activist, family man and devoted Muslim.
MEL NOVIKOFF AWARD Fellini’s wife and muse, Giulietta Masina, portrays the spunky prostitute Cabiria in this humorous and ultimately transformative story of the survival of the human spirit by one of cinema’s greatest filmmakers. Note: Novikoff Award program accompanies Sunday, May 3 screening (TRT 172 min).
We all want to be noticed and understood, but it sometimes takes extra effort for the smallest among us to be heard or seen. Luckily, audiences of all sizes can be entertained by this multilingual collection of shorts. Recommended for ages seven and up. (TRT 77 min)
Gaël Métroz, inspired by the writings of the famous Swiss adventurer/philosopher Nicolas Bouvier, discovers a deep connection to nomadic peoples and the physical and spiritual beauty of their worlds. A travel film unlike any you’ve seen.
Heddy Honigmann returns to her native Peru for her latest deeply humanist exploration of everyday resilience and resignation. In Lima, “the forgotten city,” in the shadow of the presidential palace, bartenders and buskers create their own reality to survive an economy in ruins.
Sergio Leone reinvigorated the American Western with the unique vision of a brilliantly observant outsider. A photochemical restoration of his masterpiece has been made using the original negative, preserving the beauty of the photography and director Leone’s original vision.