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  Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary
  Getting Home (Luo ye gui gen)
   Golden Door (Nuovomondo)
  Italian director Emanuele Crialese's elliptical saga tells the tale of a family's journey from Sicily to the New World.
  Gore-loving directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez offer up a double feature of two abbreviated films modeled after the bloody exploitation flicks of the seventies, one in which a murderous psycho gives in to his road rage, the other a horror flick in which ghoulish zombies battle the last known survivors on Earth.
  Gypsy Caravan
  This documentary chronicles an American tour undertaken by a group of nomadic gypsy musicians from all over the world.
   Happy Feet
  A family-friendly animated flick about a young penguin with a yen for tap-dancing that makes him an outsider in his Antarctica environs. Elijah Wood, Savion Glover, and Hugh Jackman provide the voices.
  Happy Walter
  The daughter of an eccentric Andy Warhol-meets-Homer Simpson artist tries to reconnect with her wayward father in this mockumentary about art, fame, and dysfunctional families. Renowned for his toilet paper sculptures and art films featuring unmoving images, Happy Walter basks in his success. Happy Walter Jr.--the eldest of the 13 children who bear his name--conceives of a documentary as a means of learning more about her uninvolved father and his inexplicable success. Through interviews with Happy and his uncredited assistant, Violet Brown--plus assorted self-declared experts and relatives--Happy Jr. exposes hilarious and poignant truths about the art world, fame, and her own dysfunctional family.
  Hard Boiled (Lat sau san taam)
  A tribute to the films of Hong Kong superstar Tony Leung.
  Jon Frankel's absorbing and insightful film documents Harlem's only high-school football team, under the guidance of former Dallas Cowboy Duke Ferguson.
   High Tension (Haute tension)
  A marvelously trashy French serial-killer thriller, featuring cool cars, a slick soundtrack, and the dangerously sexy actress Cécile de France.
  The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
  The Hills Have Eyes
  Alexandre Aja’s remake of the Wes Craven horror classic stars Aaron Stanford and Emilie de Ravin as members of a normal family who find themselves stranded in a desert wasteland that’s the home of a group of inbred mutants with a taste for human flesh.
  Holly Hobbie and Friends: Best Friends Forever
  Hollywood Dreams
  Maverick director Henry Jaglom delivers another one of his highly improvised, laid-back comedies about showbiz, with this tale of a hapless actress's travails in Hollywood.
   The Host (Gwoemul)
  South Korean writer-director Bong Joon-ho's fantastical thriller chronicles the events that unfold after a giant monster bent on destroying Seoul snatches up a little girl and her family is forced to take it on.
  Hostel: Part II
  Hostel director Eli Roth returns for the sequel to his quintessentially gory horror flick about a European hostel that serves as a cover for a group that hands kidnapped tourists over to sadistic millionaires to dispose of as they see fit.
   Hot Fuzz
  From the comedic British minds that created the surprise-hit zombie flick Shaun of the Dead comes this eagerly anticipated spoof, in which London's best cop is sent out to pasture after making his fellow police officers look bad.
  Hot House
  At once chilling and humanizing, "Hot House" provides an unprecedented look at how Israeli prisons have become the breeding ground for the next generation of Palestinian leaders as well as the birth place of future terrorist threats.
  Hula Girls (Hula garu)
   I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal
  Documentarian Richard Trank's focuses on the inspirational life story of the Holocaust survivor and activist Simon Wiesenthal, who dedicated his life to tracking down over 1,000 Nazi war criminals and bringing them to justice.
  I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK
   Into Great Silence (Die Grosse Stille)
  For this extraordinary documentary, German filmmaker Philip Gröning spent six months living in the Grand Chartreuse monastery in the French Alps, where ascetic monks live most of their lives without speaking.
  Invaders from Mars (1953)
  A young boy wakes in the middle of the night to find a spaceship has landed near his house. The members of his family go out to investigate and all return vaguely altered. Soon the kid discovers radios buried in their necks and not long after is captured by the Martains himself. Just as he is rescued by an army captain sent in to destroy the Martain craft, the boy wakes from his elaborate nightmare.
  Jhoom Barabar Jhoom
  Two people, engaged to different people, arrive in Europe to get married, but fall in love with each other instead.
   Killer of Sheep (1977)
  Charles Burnett's critically lauded 1977 feature, about the depressed life of a group of African-Americans living in Los Angeles's Watts district, gets its first theatrical release.
   Knocked Up
  This buzzy comedy chronicles the awkward, odd-couple relationship that develops between a gorgeous entertainment reporter and the zhlubby slacker who gets her pregnant.
  Korean Shorts Program 1
  Korean Shorts Program 2
  Korean Shorts Program 3
   La Vie en Rose (La Mome)
  Olivier Dahan's propulsive, vibrant look at the turbulent life of French singer and legend Edith Piaf, who went from singing in the streets to becoming one of her country's greatest icons.
   Lady Chatterley
  Director Pascale Ferran's expansive, ground-level take on D. H. Lawrence's erotic classic.
  A Lesson of Belarussian (Lekcja bialoruskiego)
  Let's Get Lost
  Bruce Weber's slick 1988 tribute to Chet Baker cross-cuts footage of the square-jawed trumpet stud in his prime with images of a grizzled Baker in his spiky old age.
  Lights in the Dusk (Laitakaupungin valot)
  A comically stoic, lonely security guard gets wrapped up in a classic double-cross when he falls for a gangster's moll.
  Live Free or Die Hard
  John McClane takes on an Internet-based terrorist organization who is systematically shutting down the United States.
   The Lives of Others (Das Leben der Anderen)
  In this German thriller, a government loyalist is dispatched to collect evidence against a group of free-thinkers, only to realize his own ideological shortcomings.
  Longing (Sehnsucht)
  A love triangle set in the former communist East Germany.
   Manufactured Landscapes
  This documentary traces the photographer Edward Burtynsky as he attempts to illustrate the vast scale of China's expansion.
  The Marrying Kind
  The Matrimony (Xin zhong you gui)
   A Mighty Heart
  Michael Winterbottom's much-hyped biopic about the abduction and murder of journalist Daniel Pearl and its devastating effect on his wife.
  The Million (Le Million)
  Miracle on 1st Street (1Beonga-ui gijeok)
  Mommie Dearest
  A portrayal of the actress Joan Crawford as a screaming witch-mother who abuses her kids.
  Mr. Brooks
  Kevin Costner stars in this thriller as a successful businessman and loving father who moonlights as a bloodthirsty serial killer until his rage starts to infiltrate his picture-perfect life.
  Mr. Untouchable
   The Namesake
  Stoner extraordinaire Kal Penn earns a new reputation for himself in Mira Nair's wonderful adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri's novel. Nair's lush visual sensibility and intimate touch with family history is on display —but Penn grounds it all with shrugs and wry commentary as an Indian-American who retraces his family's history.
  Nancy Drew
  The resourceful, mystery-loving heroine of the time-honored kids-book series here is transported to Hollywood High School, where she struggles to fit in with the obnoxious cliques while indulging her sleuthing bug on the side.
  Nightmare on Elm Street
  In the dreams of his victims, a specteral child murderer stalks the children of the members of the lynch mob that killed him.
   Ocean's Thirteen
  The good-looking gang from the first two films reunites with director Steven Soderbergh for another crime caper, in which the crew decides to wreak revenge on their longtime enemy, casino owner Willy Bank.
  This understated modern musical stars Glen Hansard (the lead singer of The Frames) as a street musician who embarks on a sweet love affair with a Czech immigrant he meets while performing.
  Orpheus (1950) (Orphee)
  Our Father
  Over the GW
  Tony and Sofia are two troubled teenage siblings from the Bronx. Out of options, their mother brings them over the GW Bridge to a rehab in Jersey. What is meant to be a 30-day stay turns into a traumatic two and a half years in which Tony and Sofia experience abuse, brainwashing and false imprisonment. The director of the program, Dr. Hiller, leads Tony and Sofia to believe this is the only institution that will keep them sober and if they leave they will die. Instead, the siblings enter into a psychological and physical struggle for their lives!