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  Anime legend Satoshi Kon's newest focuses on a dream detective who explores other people's sleep to solve crimes.
   Paris, je t'aime
  Twenty-one directors film eighteen brief stories set in eighteen of Paris's Arrondissements in this omnibus film that, by its nature, offers a mixed bag.
  Peace Process
  Peg O'My Heart (1933)
  Phantom Love
   Pierrepoint - The Last Hangman
  Adrian Shergold's biopic focuses on the life of Albert Pierrepoint, a celebrated British executioner who begins to doubt the morality of his vocation at the same time that his countrymen are calling for an end to the practice.
  Pierrot le fou (1965)
  After abandoning his wife and infant daughter for the new babysitter, a woman he'd loved and lost several years earlier, an errant husband embarks on a haphazard road to tragedy.
  Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
  Frustrated lovers Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann team up with a new captain (Geoffrey Rush) in an effort to reach and free Jack Sparrow from the clutches of danger, all while avoiding a treacherous new enemy (Chow Yun-Fat).
  Real Dirt on Farmer John
  A documentary exploring the life of John Peterson, a traditional farmer in the late sixties who was cast out by his community after turning his land into a haven for hippies and artists.
  Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania (1971-72)
  Rescue Dawn
  Early on in the Vietnam War, U.S. fighter pilot Dieter Dengler is shot down and captured in Laos. Banding together with some of his fellow POWs, Dengler escapes and makes his way through the jungle in hopes of being rescued.
  Respond to Sound II
  Retribution (Sakebi)
  Revolution '67
  On July 12, 1967, sparked by the rumor that a black taxi driver was stopped, beaten, and had died, Newark's black citizens turned out in force to protest police actions. The heavy-handed response of the police and city leaders turned the protest into a full-scale revolt. After six days, 26 people lay dead, 725 people injured, and close to 1,500 people had been arrested. The Newark riots were among the deadliest racial disturbances per capita, in recent U.S. history. "Revolution '67" details an important chapter in America's ongoing struggles with race, inequality, and idealism. Using archival footage and firsthand accounts, the film documents the spontaneous social protest. Interviews include eyewitness accounts by activists Amiri Baraka, Tom Hayden, George Richardson and Carol Glassman; former Governor Brendan T. Byrne; former Mayor Sharpe James; and journalist Bob Herbert. The musical score features more than 60 jazz pieces by international artists that set the mood for Newark in the late '60s.
  The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  A loving couple, a few lost monsters and a sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania sing and dance through a campy, sloppy salute to horror movies and sexual liberation. Bring your sense of humor. And some toast.
  The Searchers (1956)
  Ethan Edwards, an embittered veteran, returns to Texas after the Civil War and discovers that Comanche Indians have killed his family and kidnapped his niece. Along with Martin Pawley, who was adopted by the Edwardses after his own parents were killed by Comanches years earlier, Ethan sets out to find his niece, Debbie. The movie's title refers to the duo's five year search for the young woman, and their struggle to rescue her once she is adopted by the tribe and married to Chief Scar.
  Joss Whedon’s feature adaptation of the cult sci-fi TV hit Firefly, starring Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
  She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  Short Film
  ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway
  Director Dori Berinstein tackles the roller-coaster ups and downs of a single season on Broadway with this documentary, which chronicles the fates of four musicals that debuted in 2003: Wicked, Avenue Q, Caroline or Change, and Taboo.
   Shrek the Third
  The original gang returns for this sequel to the blockbuster animated films, as lovable Shrek finds himself suddenly heir to the throne of Far Far Away and sets out on a voyage to find an alternate heir to the throne.
  An exposé on the inner workings of America's health-care system.
  The Soil Beckons (Mitti Awajaan Maardi)
  Special Screening
  Spider-Man 3
  Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, and James Franco return for director Sam Raimi's third installment in the megabudget superhero franchise, in which Spider-Man's suit turns black and takes his personality with it.
  Spider-Man 3: The IMAX Experience
  This film has been digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® technology. Audiences will be transported to thrilling new heights as they experience "Spider-Man 3" on the world's largest screens, surrounded by state-of-the-art digitial surround sound.
  An alien's ship crashes on Earth, and, to avoid detection, he transforms himself into a physical replica of the deceased husband of a young woman, whose house is the first he comes upon in the woods. He then must assuage her fears, learn how to adjust to his human form, and use her help to get to the Arizona crater where the mother ship awaits him. Things get's complicated when the two fall in love and the alien is pursued by government agents attempting to capture him.
  Stranger From Venus
  A beautifully-crafted tale of a superior being from Venus who has the power of life and death at his touch. Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal's glowing and sensitive performance as a woman caught up in the biggest event in history is complemented by Helmut Dantine's powerful, moving portrayal as the Stranger. Suggested by events in the sci-fi classic "The Day the Earth Stood Still," this film is a touching, humanizing and haunting story of "first contact" with a peaceful and advanced intelligence from another planet coming to Earth with an ultimatum and out-of-this-world powers to back it up.
  Strike (Strajk - Die Heldin von Danzig)
  Volker Schlöndorff's historical drama focuses on a working-class divorced woman who organizes her fellow laborers into revolt after a tragic explosion at the shipyard where they work.
  Suffering and Smiling
   Surf's Up
  Jeff Bridges, James Woods, and Zooey Deschanel provide the voices for this animated mockumentary, which focuses on the exploits of a penguin named Cody Maverick as he perseveres to win the annual Penguin World Surfing Championship.
   Ten Canoes
  Australian directors Rolf de Heer and Peter Djigirr's celebrated, enchanting film reimagines an ancient Aboriginal fable as told by one brother to another during an egg-gathering expedition.
  Ten Skies
  Testament of Orpheus (1960)
  They Were Expendable
  The Thing
  Thirteen Lakes
  This experimental work presents static 10-minute-length panorama shots of 13 different lakes in the United States. The images receive their power from the careful framing, the changing weather and the sound of nature, giving this extreme documentary a unique hypnotic tranquility.
  Tie A Yellow Ribbon
  Too Saved
  Traces of Love (Gaeulro)
   Two or Three Things I Know About Her (2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elle)
  Jean-Luc Godard’s 1966 classic is, nominally, a film about a middle-class Parisian woman who prostitutes herself part-time.
   Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion
  A surprisingly levelheaded look at the wide spectrum of organizations and individuals battling abortion.
  Unessential Cinema Presents: Personal Archive
  The Unforeseen
  The Valet (La Doublure)
  Elder French director Francis Veber strains for contemporary jokes in his mannered comedy about a supermodel who pretends to have an affair with a lowly parking valet, in order to hide her affair with a wealthy married man.
  Felicity's Keri Russell stars in the late Adrienne Shelly's quirky comedy, as a master pie baker who works in a small-town diner while cooking up an affair with a new-on-the-scene doctor and scheming to escape from her controlling husband.
  We'll Never Meet Childhood Again
  What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
  Two aging sisters - one a has-been child star, the other a Hollywood actress whose career was ruined when an accident left her in a wheelchair - share the same old, dilapitated mansion where the Davsis character, is slowly growing demented out of jealousy from the success her sister had.
  White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
  "White Light/Black Rain" offers a visceral, topical and moving portrait of the human cost of atomic warfare.
  White Palms (Feher Tenyer)
  Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu's sports drama retells the story of his own brother, a gymnast with Cirque du Soleil who plays himself in the film.
  Year of the Dog
  Molly Shannon stars in this odd film as an unstimulated secretary who, after her beloved dog dies, transforms her love for animals into a full-blown obsession.
  You Kill Me
  While drying out on the west coast, an alcoholic hit man befriends a tart-tounged woman who might just come in handy when it's time for him to return to Buffalo and settle some old scores.