Rock the Casbah

Rock the Casbah

Set in the Gaza Strip in 1989, Rock the Casbah follows a group of Israeli soldiers watching over Arabs in the Occupied Territories. One of them is killed by a local, who escapes. The soldiers’ mission becomes focused on avenging the death of their fallen comrade,...
R100

R100

Any way you look at it, Takafumi’s life is boring. He gets up, makes his son breakfast, sells upholstery downtown, stops by the hospital to see his comatose wife, and picks up dinner on the way home. He needs… adrenaline. When he stumbles upon a mysterious club with...
Rich Hill

Rich Hill

Winner of the Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, this intimate and shattering documentary is set in the impoverished town of Rich Hill, Missouri. Life here is challenging for three teenagers with hopes and dreams. Andrew is 13, athletic...
Attila Marcel

Attila Marcel

The first live-action feature film by two-time Oscar nominee Sylvain Chomet (nominated for the animated films The Triplets of Belleville and The Illusionist), Attila Marcel maintains Chomet’s career-long fascination with the style of Jacques Tati, while diving head...
The Great Flood

The Great Flood

The documentary that The New York Times called “lovely” and “visual poetry” and the LA Times proclaimed “a terrific achievement” has now come to Cinetopia! In 1927, the Mississippi River broke its banks in 145 places and flooded 27,000 square miles of the American...
Life Feels Good

Life Feels Good

For as long as he can remember, Matuesz has heard people call him a vegetable. Crippled by cerebral palsy and unable to speak, he’s been labeled mentally disabled. His parents hold out on the hope that he can understand them, but doctors refuse to believe...
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