Given striking immediacy by the graphic depiction of real sex, Q is a probing look at the nature of sexual impulses and the unique intimacy that only sex can create between two people. A subversive and explicit adventure that is impossible to forget.
Cinema Provocateur celebrates the visionaries that dare to push boundaries and challenge expectations. The first volume of this collection explores sex in cinema; from the use of real sex to confront taboos surrounding the depiction of sex on screen, to sex as a commodity, to an intimate love story played out in a world of pornography and extravagant musical set pieces, awarded Berlin Film Festival’s Silver Bear for the feature film that opens new perspectives on cinematic art.
Q - A probing look at the nature of sexual impulses and the unique intimacy that only sex can create between two people.
STUDENT SERVICES - Based on the notorious memoir of a former student prostitute, a film as compelling as it is shocking.
THE WAYWARD CLOUD - An outrageous blend of sex, comedy and musical extravaganza from acclaimed auteur Tsai Ming Liang.
THE HOUSEMAID -This Cannes Palme d’Or nominee is a sexy and stylishly crafted psychological thriller.
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HALF NELSON - Ryan Gosling turns in a stunning, Oscar-nominated performance in the smart, moving and politically engaged HALF NELSON.
SUGAR - Sundance-selected portrait of the modern-day immigrant experience from the directors of Half Nelson.
DARK HORSE - Acclaimed director Todd Solondz examines the loss of youth in this darkly hilarious comedy, featuring Christopher Walken, Mia Farrow, Selma Blair and Jordan Gelber.
BALLAST - A double prize winner at the Sundance, BALLAST is a stunningly evocative story of personal catastrophe and communal redemption.
HONEYDRIPPER - The godfather of American independent cinema, writer/director John Sayles, brings the birth of rock ‘n’ roll to life with electrifying effect, starring Danny Glover, Yaya DaCosta and Grammy award-winner Gary Clark Jr.
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Winner of the World Cinema Screenwriting Award at Sundance Film Festival and Best European Film at Berlin Film Festival, BLIND, the directorial debut of acclaimed screenwriter Eskil Vogt (Reprise, Oslo, August 31st), is a playful, touching and provocative story of a young woman’s journey to rediscover herself, her husband and the life that she once knew.
ZERO DEGREES is a remarkable collaboration between four of today's most respected artists. Moroccan-Flemish SIDI LARBI CHERKAOUI is well known for his work with Les Ballets C. de la B. while AKRAM KHAN is world renowned for developing his own 'contemporary Kathak' style, winning numerous awards. For Zero Degrees they bring their unique styles together in this spellbinding piece of dance.
His path to enlightenment began with revenge… In his directorial debut, Buddhist lama Neten Chokling vividly presents the captivating story of Milarepa, the man who would become Tibet’s greatest yogi. TWO-DISC SET, including "TEACHINGS ON MILAREPA" (175 mins), featuring contributions from Buddhist luminaries such as Khandro Rinpoche, Ani Pema Chödrön, director of MILAREPA Neten Chokling Rinpoche and many others.
Laurent Bouhnik's Q is a probing look at the nature of sexual impulses and the unique intimacy that only sex can create between two people. When the enigmatic Cecile walks into the lives of a group of conflicted teenagers, their deepest-felt sexual urges are unleashed and their worlds changed forever.
This major work brings together two of today's pre-eminent dance talents, AKRAM KHAN, world renowned for developing his own 'contemporary Kathak' style, and international superstar SYLVIE GUILLEM, as they explore the dynamics and language of two great classical dance forms, kathak and ballet.
Brilliant Moon: Glimpses of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche chronicles the life of writer, poet, and meditation master Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, one of Tibet's most revered 20th-century Buddhist teachers. He was an inspiration to all who encountered him, and his many students throughout the world included the Dalai Lama and the King of Bhutan. Two of his admirers are Richard Gere and Lou Reed, who provide the narration for his dangerous journey out of China and the subsequent spread of his influence around the world.