Valentin

Valentin is Argentine author/director Alejandro Agresti's name for himself in this tender depiction of his childhood in 1960's Buenos Aires, but much of the story is universal. The movie tracks a crucial year in the life of ten-year-old Valentin,  ...

Something Might Happen – Julie Myerson

The Something Might Happen in the title of Julie Myerson’s bleak, haunting not-quite-whodunit seems at first already to have happened: a woman named Lennie has been grotesquely murdered in a seaside village in Suffolk and the police have been  ...

To Be and to Have (�tre et Avoir)

The grave, soulful gaze with which small children regard the world is matched by director Nicolas Philibert’s camera in To Be and To Have, a masterful documentary shot throughout a school year in a one-room schoolhouse in the countryside  ...

Jet Lag (Decalage Horaire)

Jet Lag is not so much about jet lag as about technology lag. The French, way ahead in this particular technology, have beaten us to the punch with the first cell-phone romantic comedy, thereby keeping Hollywood from wrapping up  ...

The Cherry Orchard – Anton Chekhov

A handsome production of The Cherry Orchard served as the first theatrical production in Santa Fe's new Lensic Performing Arts Center, a 1930s Spanish-Moroccan movie palace painstakingly transformed at a cost of $8.2 million into a state-of-the-art, 800-seat theater  ...

The Mists of Avalon

Lovers of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s feminist reimagining of the Arthurian legend, first published in 1982, have no doubt been awaiting this TNT Original with eager anticipation. How could it miss? Acted by an award-winning cast headed by Anjelica Huston,  ...