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93 minutes, documentary, color, 2013
In English, Spanish, Portuguese & French w/ English subtitles

A film by Rodrigo H. Vila

Journey into the world of Argentina's most famous musical artist in Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America. Over a career that spanned 50 years, Sosa sold millions of records, performed thousands of concerts all over the world, and left behind an incredible legacy as an artist who went beyond the borders of music to become one of the most influential – and loved – personalities of the 20th century.

This intimate documentary reveals Sosa's early life and her rise to worldwide stardom, and explores the impact she had on the musical – and political – heritage of Latin America...and the world.

“A skylark who sang truth to power in Argentina. Bereaved but resilient, the sound of the monumental Argentine folk singer conveys eons of suffering and survival. You don't have to understand Spanish to be moved by an instrument that expressed the sorrows and hopes of the world's poor and downtrodden with a profound empathy.”- The New York Times

“Mercedes Sosa could be considered the Latin American Bob Dylan.”- New York Daily News

“A deeply loving portrait, with a leisurely pace that proves quite rewarding, as it encourages a rich immersion in the music and persona of its great subject.”- Film Journal

Packaged in a 100% Certified Green Forestry Practices Eco Pack

UPC: 7-20229-91591-5 | Catalog #: FRF 915915D | SRP: $24.95 | Street Date: May 6

57 minutes, documentary, color, 1998

A film by Roger Sherman

Bonus Features • Art & Photo Gallery • Interview with Director

Alexander Calder is the definitive portrait of one of the pre-eminent artists of the 20th century, and the inventor of an art form, the mobile. This acclaimed film shows Calder at work in his studio and never-before-seen archival films and photographs. It includes contemporary shooting of dozens of works, and features interviews with Arthur Miller, Ellsworth Kelly, I.M. Pei, Brendan Gill, Marla Prather, David Ross, Calder's daughters and grandson, Sandy Rower, and others.

“An extraordinary American masterpiece.”- Charlie Rose

“Grade: A.” - Entertainment Weekly

“An incisive documentary that captures the boundless optimism and energy of its subject.” - People

“The film does a wonderful job exploring and explaining the inspiration behind the artist. Like Calder's art, it's self-assured and singularly delightful.” - New York Daily News

UPC: 7-20229-91595-3 | Catalog #: FRF 915953D | SRP: $24.95 | Street Date: May 6

97 minutes, fiction, color, 2011

A film by Nanouk Leopold

Charlotte is a young doctor living in Brussels with her husband, Max, and their son. She leads a normal, harmonious life - except for the fact that she secretly maintains an apartment where she has sex with her patients, selecting them as if setting up a scientific experiment. When Max finds out about this unusual situation, their relationship is put to the test.

“A daring exploration of marriage that, like its bold female protagonist, challenges conventional thinking around sex and relationships. Provocative adult drama...its quiet power resonates long after the end credits roll. Beneath its glacial surface, 'Brownian Movement' courses with powerful emotions colliding like in the theory after which the film is named.” - Screen Daily

“Composed of ethereal, exquisitely lit widescreen tableaux...the actors are luminous.” - Variety

“With its unflinching examination of an intelligent woman's sexual life, this is material with strong potential – and, courtesy of luminous cinematography (which makes Sandra Huller strikingly resemble Cate Blanchett at certain junctures), 'Brownian Movement' is always very easy on the eye.” - The Hollywood Reporter

Packaged in a 100% Certified Green Forestry Practices Eco Pack

UPC: 7-20229-91594-6 | Catalog #: FRF 915946D | SRP: $24.95 | Street Date: May 6

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