Next to the Bible, The Little Prince is the most translated book in the world. Meet people from locations as varied as Morocco, Scandinavia, El Salvador and Tibet who have chosen this book to keep their languages and cultures alive.
From the mind of award-winning director Julie Taymor (The Lion King on Broadway, Frida, Titus) comes a Shakespeare adaptation like none other. Rich with Taymor's trademark creativity, this immersive and darkly poetic cinematic experience, filmed in front of a live audience, brings the play's icon...
In 1990, seven young male dancers joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. Now, years later, they reveal the truth about this life-changing experience, when they were ambassadors to the world on behalf of the LGBTQ community during the height of the AIDS epidemic.
Singer, songwriter and social activist Holly Near has been performing for over 50 years. From sold-out shows on iconic stages to million-person peace marches, this career-spanning documentary elevates Near to her deserved status of iconic artist and activist.
Based on the true story of Eugenia Ginzburg, a Russian literature professor who was arrested on false charges during Stalin's reign of terror and sentenced to ten years of hard labor in a Siberian Gulag. From Marleen Gorris, the director of the Academy Award-winning film Antonia's Line.
Trailblazing filmmaker King Hu (A Touch of Zen) brings together an all-star female cast, including Li Li-hua and Angela Mao, in this lively martial arts adventure featuring action sequences by Sammo Hung.
The rebellious fourteen-year-old Mára sets out behind the wheel of a stolen Audi with his eccentric friend Heduš. Together they head out into the frozen wastelands of the Czech Republic in search of adventure.
Gregory is an awkward Scottish teenager who has fallen hard for Dorothy, the first female player on his school’s soccer team. When he finally musters the courage to ask Dorothy on a date, nothing turns out as expected.
The greatest ice skater of all time, John Curry, transformed a dated sport into an art form and made history by becoming the first openly gay Olympian in a time when homosexuality was not even fully legal.
In late 19th century Vietnam, fourteen-year-old May becomes the third wife to a wealthy landowner. She quickly learns that she can gain status and security if she gives birth to a male child, but her burgeoning attraction to Xuan, the second wife, puts her fragile standing in jeopardy.
Lia once had a strong, passionate relationship with her lover Viktor, but a series of traumatic events sends her spiraling into a dark depression. Desperate to find a cure, she embarks on a psychomagic journey.
While battling drug addiction and other demons, Umar Bin Hassan of The Last Poets became a major influence on hip-hop. Now he has committed himself to be the devoted father figure that he was never fortunate enough to know.
Rey (Mathieu Amalric) and Laura (Julia Roy) believe they have found eternal bliss in their secluded seaside villa. But when he dies in a tragic accident, Laura alone by herself… or so she thinks. Based on a book by Don DeLillo.
At a time when others are conforming, three teenagers stand their ground and assert their right to love and be free. A continued exploration of the adolescent themes introduced in director Philippe Lesage’s THE DEMONS.
While Montreal is in the throes of a string of kidnappings targeting young boys, ten-year-old Félix becomes afraid of nearly everything he observes, until his imaginary demons begin to mirror those in the disturbing, real-life world around him.