The tiny town of Newark, DE is home to the
For a complete list of films go here. The ones that I think I will try to watch are below.
I Have Never Forgotten You:
The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal
documentary / PG-13 / 1hr.45min.
For more than 60 years, Simon Wiesenthal dedicated his life to tracking down Nazi war criminals -- contributing to the prosecution of over 1,000 of them. Screened to sold out crowds at
documentary / NR / 1hr.41min.
The first film of its kind to chronicle the reasons behind
drama / R / 2hrs.17min.
At once a political thriller and human drama, THE LIVES OF OTHERS begins in East Berlin in 1984, five years before Glasnost and the fall of the Berlin Wall and ultimately takes us to 1991, in what is now the reunited Germany. In the film, each character asks questions that we confront every day: how do we deal with power and ideology? Do we follow our principles or our feelings? More than anything else, it is a human drama about the ability of human beings to do the right thing, no matter how far they have gone down the wrong path.
Irish music drama / R / 1hr.26min.
A deceptively simple story of how a guy & a girl (we never learn their names) are drawn, over a few days, into each other's orbit, a romance — or is it? — played out in the songs they sing together; songs that will carry you away... an inspirational tale of two kindred spirits who find each other on the bustling streets of
documentary / NR / 1hr.50min.
Shot by legendary cinematographer Albert Maysles, this dynamic musical documentary follows five Gypsy bands from four countries who unite for the Gypsy Caravan as they take their show around