By Robert Bresson

This incomparable story of crime and redemption from the French master Robert Bresson follows Michel, a young pickpocket who spends his days working the streets, subway cars, and train stations of Paris. As his compulsive pursuit of the thrill of stealing grows, however, so does his fear that his luck is about to run out. A cornerstone of the career of this most economical and profoundly spiritual of filmmakers, Pickpocket is an elegantly crafted, tautly choreographed study of humanity in all its mischief and grace, the work of a director at the height of his powers.

House Arrest (1996)

By Harry Winer

After announcing their intention to get a divorce, a suburban couple suddenly finds themselves locked in the basement together under orders from their kids to reconcile their differences. Soon, others in the neighborhood follow suit, and the basement becomes the crowded prison home for all the local bickering couples.

The Forgotten

By Joseph Ruben

Nine-year-old Sam Paretta is dead, killed in a plane crash. Even though it’s been fourteen months since the accident, his mother Telly (Julianne Moore, “Far From Heaven”), still grieves over the loss. But suddenly, her husband (Anthony Edwards, “ER”) swears they never had a child and her psychiatrist (Gary Sinise, “C.S.I.: NY”) insists she’s delusional. But worst of all, there is absolutely no evidence to prove Sam ever existed. Haunted by the memories of her son, Telly’s search for the truth propels her into a dark mind-shattering conspiracy of unearthly terror.

Lisa Lampanelli: Take It Like a Man

By Lisa Lampanelli

Lisa Lampanelli is “Comedy’s Lovable Queen Of Mean.” With her bawdy personality and all out honesty, Lisa has skewered the likes of Chevy Chase, Jeff Foxworthy, and Pamela Anderson on the Comedy Central Roasts, and appeared on “Premium Blend” and BET’s “Comic View.” A cross between Don Rickles, Archie Bunker, and a vial of estrogen, Lampanelli is touring across the United States in clubs and theaters with her outrageous and in-your-face performances, leaving audiences begging for more. Filmed live at the Improv in Hollywood, FL, Take It Like A Man is shocking and hilarious…no-holds-barred and politically incorrect…This is Lisa Lampanelli at her finest. Now sit back, and prepare to Take It Like A Man!

Charlie Victor Romeo

By Patrick Daniels, Robert Berger & Karlyn Michelson

Following its successful world premiere in Sundance’ New Frontier program, CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO was quick to get on the radar of forward-thinking, risk-taking programmers of high profile film festivals in the US and Europe. Based on a successful New York play, CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO charts the fatal descent of six real airline crashes. With dialogs based on the actual black box recordings, the film shows pilots and airline attendants in the cockpit fighting for their passengers’ lives, and trying to battle their imminent panic. CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO delivers the intensity and gut-wrenching emotion of these emergencies via the unique approach of live performance.

Hand Rolled: A Film About Cigars

By Steve Gherebean & Jesse Mariut

As tensions rose between the United States and Cuba, Castro began to nationalize important industries within Cuba, the premium tobacco industry being among them. Many traditional Cuban tobacco-growing families lost everything and had to flee to the US, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras to rebuild. Hand Rolled follows those families on a decades-long struggle to reestablish themselves in uncertain economies throughout Latin America.

Sesame Street: Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas

By Matt Vogel, Ken Diego & Leslie Williams

It’s the night before Christmas—time to put out some cookies for Santa! But how did this tradition start? Elmo’s dad spins him a bedtime story about his great-great-grandmonster, back when Sesame Street was a very different place. Why, everyone was so grouchy that Santa didn’t even visit! With help from his friends, Elmo will bring kindness, holiday cheer, and the spirit of Christmas to Sesame Street. But will it be enough for Santa? Primetime Emmy award winner!

The Pagan King

By Aigars Grauba

Off the coast of the Baltic Sea, an army has amassed to wage a crusade against the Pagans. On his deathbed, the region’s King transfers his power to an unexpected heir, Namay, who must find strength within himself to unite his people and fight back against the violent crusades which threaten their freedom.