Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
ALL AMERICAN HIGH
Dir: Keva Rosenfeld
Director Keva Rosenfeld (TWENTY BUCKS) spent much of the 1984 school year roaming the halls of Torrance High with a camera to capture this fly-on-the-wall documentary. As narrator, Finnish exchange student Rikki Rauhala offers perspectives on such familiar teen rituals as proms and parties - and the occasionally frivolous approach to education here.
Dir: Laurie Simons, Terry Sterrenberg
This award-winning documentary, narrated by Kiefer Sutherland, reveals the real story of how the health care systems in Canada and the United States evolved to be so different, when at one point they were essentially the same. It exposes the century-old public relations campaigns, more active than ever today, designed to dissuade Americans from supporting national health care and shows the faces of the heroes - and villains - of the Great Health Care War of North America.
Dir: Al Pacino
This filmic collage captures the highs and lows of presenting a challenging work by one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, Oscar Wilde. Staging the play live in Los Angeles, director Al Pacino tackles its problems and issues and helps discover a new star, Jessica Chastain, in the title role of SALOMÉ. Pacino also grapples with Wilde’s need to express something utterly different from anything he had written before, and with finding a way to make a movie of the entire event. An unusual, revealing and avant-garde journey into the light and heart of Oscar Wilde's masterwork.