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List creator: GreenCineStaff
Created on: January 3, 2006 - 1:48 PM PST
Description: The NYC-based company distributes a tantalizing array of foreign titles and American and Canadian indies.

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5x2 (2004)
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  "A shrewd, compassionate and quite brilliant essay in the secret theatre of relationships" - Peter Bradshaw in the Guardian
The Agronomist (2002)
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  "Superb... Jean Dominique embodies the fragile, perpetual hope that Haiti, so long tormented by foreign meddlers and domestic dictators, might someday nurture a just and decent political order" - A.O. Scott in the New York Times
The Aristocrats (2005)
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  Hitting the best-of-2005 lists: David Edelstein (NPR, Slate) and again, A.O. Scott.
The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)
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  "Penn sinks gracefully into the role of a working-class schlub," writes Scott Tobias for the A.V. Club about the film that "deals with the cataclysmic result when idealism and solipsism collide."
Being Julia (2004)
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  "It's a joy to watch Bening play Julia playing 'Julia'" - Edelstein in Slate on the Oscar-nominated performance.
Born Into Brothels (2003)
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  "Equally heartening and disheartening because of the filmmakers' link to the kids and their very real and productive attempts to help half a dozen of them," writes talltale of this Oscar winner.
Bright Young Things (2003)
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  Don't miss Sean Axmaker's wide-ranging interview with the wonderful Stephen Fry.
Bus 174 (2002)
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  "A remarkable and unsettling film" - London Times. Honorable Mention on our Best Docs list.
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys (2002)
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  "Great film," says larbeck. "The live action melts into some great, great anime-like animation by the Master Todd McFarlane (The Spawn) himself."
The Event (2002)
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  "A touching AIDS drama that gives the characters a little more dignity than most other AIDS dramas," says hobocamp.
Festival Express (2003)
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  "It was the greatest rock & roll party you never heard of" - Marjorie Baumgarten in the Austin Chronicle
Festival Express (Bonus Disc) (2003)
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  "Janis delivers an astonishingly wrenching and immediate performance. The most vivid evidence of her presence ever committed to film" - J. Hoberman in the Voice
Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine (2003)
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  "An engrossing tale of ego, strategy and the limits of human intelligence" - Chicago Reader
Genesis (2004)
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  From the team that gave us Microcosmos.
Gerry (2002)
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  Among those who named it the best film of 2003: Michael Atkinson (Voice), Susan Gerhard (SFBG), Anthony Kaufman (indieWIRE).
The Heart of Me (2002)
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  "Sad and romantic in a very English way" - Philip French in the Observer.
Kontroll (2004)
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  "An impressive debut," wrote Craig Phillips on his best-of-2005 list.
The Last Kiss (2001)
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  "It's been a while since I've seen a film quite as - well - Italian as this. This is an outrageously melodramatic sex comedy" - Peter Bradshaw in the Guardian.
Love in the Time of Money (2002)
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  "Whenever Mattei's dialogue begins teetering toward theatricality or facile whimsy, an unexpected shift occurs to reveal a gratifying new element that deepens the dramatic texture" - indieWIRE
Mondovino (2004)
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  "A must-see" - Jonathan Marlow
Mystic Masseur (2001)
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  "A wry, affectionate delight" - Roger Ebert
Overnight (2003)
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  "A fascinating study of the way the film industry works, and sometimes doesn't work," says underdog.
Palindromes (2004)
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  "Takes what could have been simply a gimmick of a plot device... and turns it into something more revelatory" - Craig Phillips, introducing his interview with Todd Solondz.
Primer (2003)
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  "Why can't there be more SciFi like this?" asks rmarkd. Grand Jury Prize winner at Sundance.
Spellbound (2002)
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  "Real kids, real pressure, really good," says rpmfla.
The Story of the Weeping Camel (2003)
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  "The purity of the film's vision... is all over Falorni and Davaa's no-frills but oftentimes startling compositions... and a series of magical, almost cosmic associations" - Ed Gonzalez in Slant
Teknolust (2002)
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  "A Liquid Sky for the 90s," says David Hudson.
Tell Them Who You Are (2004)
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  "There is so much going on here--history, humor, subservience, plea, revenge, to name a few," says talltale.
Time Out (2001)
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  "What gives the film its power are the amazingly conveyed anxiety, exhaustion, and impotence in the lead's performance," says AHidalgo.
Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself (2002)
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  "A poignant, death-tinged comedy" - Philadelphia Inquirer
World Traveler (2001)
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  "Once I comprehended where Freundlich was going with this, I began to really enjoy where the film was taking me" - Ron Wells, Film Threat

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