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2014 FILM GUIDE

SHOWING 12 RESULTS | FILMS IN THE SECTION 'AWARDS SCREENINGS'
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BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY NARRATIVE AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best Cinematography Award goes to Damian Garcia for Güeros:

A water balloon dropping from the sky, exploding on a mother’s head, in the frantic first moments of this striking debut feature, announces its director, Alonso Ruizpalacios, as a bold new voice of Mexican cinema. Set amidst the 1999 student strikes in Mexico City, this coming-of-age tale finds two brothers venturing through the city in a sentimental search for an aging legendary musician. Shot in beautiful black-and-white, Güeros brims with youthful exuberance. | Read More

SCREENING TIMES

SUN 4/27 7:00 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 5 BTC-05 PASSED
SUN 4/27 10:00 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 5 BTC-05 PASSED
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BEST EDITING DOCUMENTARY AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best Editing, Documentary Award goes to Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden for Ne Me Quitte Pas:

Left by his wife, Marcel falls into alcoholism and a deep depression, with only his friend Bob, also an alcoholic, to look after him. Their friendship captures the frailty of the male ego and the natural comedy borne from their candid conversations. Ne Me Quitte Pas follows this downward spiral of mid-life crisis in a tender, often humorous, sometimes disturbing examination of the "crisis of masculinity," alongside a mesmerizing exploration of mundane rural existence. | Read More

SCREENING TIMES

SUN 4/27 12:45 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 8 BTC-08 PASSED
SUN 4/27 6:45 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 8 BTC-08 PASSED
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BEST NEW DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Award for Best New Documentary Director goes to Alan Hicks for Keep On Keepin' On:

Trumpet legend Clark Terry has mentored jazz wonders like Miles Davis and Quincy Jones, but his most unlikely friendship is with Justin Kauflin, a 23-year-old blind piano player with uncanny talent but debilitating nerves. As Justin prepares for the most pivotal moment in his budding career, Terry’s ailing health threatens his own. Charming and nostalgic, Alan Hicks’ melodic debut celebrates an iconic musician while introducing an emerging star of equal vibrancy. | Read More

SCREENING TIMES

SUN 4/27 3:45 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 8 BTC-08 PASSED
SUN 4/27 9:45 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 8 BTC-08 PASSED
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best New Narrative Director goes to Josef Wladyka for Manos Sucias:

Towing a submerged torpedo in the wake of their battered fishing boat, a desperate fisherman and naive kid embark on a journey trafficking millions of dollars worth of cocaine. Shot entirely on location along the Pacific coast of Colombia—in areas that bear the indelible scars of the drug trade—Manos Sucias refuses to glamorize the drug trade but rather seeks to offer a rare glimpse of its devastating effects. Executive produced by Spike Lee. | Read More

SCREENING TIMES

SUN 4/27 11:30 AM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 4 BTC-04 PASSED
SUN 4/27 5:30 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 4 BTC-04 PASSED
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BEST ONLINE FEATURE AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best Online Feature Award goes to Vara: A Blessing:

Raised in a sheltered village, young Lila yearns for a life devoted to Hindu worship, like that of her devadasi mother, but she begins to encounter worldly obstacles to her spiritual fulfillment. Guileless, Lila agrees to model for a lowly village boy who hopes to become a sculptor, unknowingly endangering both of their lives under the ever-present gaze of the villagers, especially the village landlord’s son. | Read More

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SUN 4/27 7:30 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 9 BTC-09 PASSED
SUN 4/27 10:30 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 9 BTC-09 PASSED
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BEST SCREENPLAY NARRATIVE WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best Screenplay Award goes to Guillaume Nicloux for The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq:

If novelist Michel Houellebecq had indeed been kidnapped during his 2011 promotional book tour, this may have been the definitive documentary on the case. As a wild alternative, Guillaume Nicloux's work of complete fiction starring Houellebecq himself playfully speculates on the reason for the mysterious disappearance. This highly entertaining, farcical piece of cinema parallels the wry characteristics of its unique and ever-unconventional subject. | Read More

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SUN 4/27 2:30 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 4 BTC-04 PASSED
SUN 4/27 8:30 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 4 BTC-04 PASSED
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