Dear Lemon Lima (2009) After a selfish boyfriend dumps her, Vanessa Lemor (Savanah Wiltfong) decides to soothe her broken heart by embracing her Yupik heritage and encouraging her misfit pals at a prestigious Alaskan prep school to compete in the World Eskimo Indian Olympics. Along the way, the awkward teen learns to find her place in the community in director Suzi Yoonessi's touching film about identity, friendship and tradition.
Stone of Destiny (2008) Based on true events of 1950, this comic adventure follows Scottish nationalist Ian Hamilton (Charlie Cox) and three other young men as they make a daring raid on Westminster Abbey in an attempt to return the historic Stone of Scone to Scotland. Hamilton and his cohorts must outwit British authorities in their mission to right a centuries-old wrong and revive Scottish national pride. Kate Mara, Billy Boyd and Robert Carlyle co-star.
Vidal Sassoon: The Movie (2011) This incisive documentary profiles trend-setting stylist Vidal Sassoon, from his harsh childhood and Israeli military service to his revolutionary approach to hairstyles and his establishment as a world-renowned brand.
Bill Cunningham New York (2010) Living simply and using a bicycle to get around New York, 80-year-old photographer Bill Cunningham tirelessly records what people are wearing in the city -- both out on the sidewalk and in the salons of the wealthy.
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (2010) Focusing on two men whose bodies have been trashed by steroids, obesity and illness, this documentary chronicles the rigorous healing path -- including a two-month diet of fruits and vegetables -- that both attempt in a bid to rescue their health.
Wallace & Gromit in Three Amazing Adventures (1996) Animator Nick Park's most beloved creations -- the unflappable, cheese-worshipping Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit -- come to life in this collection of three adventures: "A Close Shave," "A Grand Day Out" and "The Wrong Trousers."
Skin (2008) Both her father (Sam Neill) and mother (Alice Krige) are white, but Sandra Laing (Sophie Okonedo) is born with dark skin -- a complex problem in the era of South African apartheid that soon drives a wedge into the family in this poignant drama based on a true story. Though her parents fight to have the government classify her as white, Sandra grows up in a divided world, and experiences her parents can't understand make her question her identity.
Little Voice (1998) A telephone repairman (Ewan McGregor) and a music promoter (Michael Caine) play second fiddle to Little Voice (Jane Horrocks), a young woman whose beautiful pipes could pack a thousand cabarets. Trouble is, she can only sing along to records in her room. This British charmer was a sleeper hit among the indie set thanks to its winning mix of romance, hope and humor. Brenda Blethyn and Jim Broadbent co-star.
Shaun the Sheep (2007) The shorn sheep made famous in Nick Park's stop-motion "Wallace and Gromit" franchise gets his own spin-off with this animated series about Shaun's woolly misadventures down on the farm with all of his barnyard friends. The rest of the flock includes Timmy, Shaun's tiny cousin (who's the star of his own spin-off, "Timmy Time"); Bitzer, an oversized sheepdog; Pidsley, a jealous cat; and Shirley, a rotund ewe with an enormous appetite.
Me and Orson Welles (2008) The story of a whirlwind week in 1937 NYC when a young aspiring actor (Efron) is thrown into the middle of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Company on the eve of the opening of Welles' historic staging of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Friday Night Lights (2006) Football is god in small-town Texas, where the Dillon High School Panthers seem to be a shoo-in for the state championship for the first time in 15 years. So when Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) signs on as the team's new coach, the pressure to win is enormous. This critically acclaimed drama series follows Taylor's ups and downs with the Panthers -- and with his wife (Connie Britton) and teenage daughter (Aimee Teegarden).
Ballets Russes (2005) The legendary Ballets Russes troupe gave Russian dancers who were never allowed to grace the stage in their home country a chance to shine, especially in the 1930s and '40s, when the company achieved worldwide renown. But even as early as the 1900s, it had been a showcase for such big-name talents as George Balanchine and Vaslav Nijinsky. When the '50s hit, though, the enchantment began to fade in the harsh light of fiscal realities.
Fraggle Rock (1983) The creative genius of Muppet master Jim Henson is on full display in this whimsical children's series set in a vibrant subterranean realm that's home to frolicsome Fraggles, diligent Doozers and tyrannical Gorgs who rule the tiny underground world. Though the fun-loving Fraggles enjoy spending their days eating radishes, singing and playing games, they also love to stir up trouble for the overbearing Gorgs.
Into the West (1992) Given the chance to escape their dreary lives, two impoverished Irish brothers flee Dublin on a magical white steed. But they must embark on a daring rescue mission after the stallion ends up in the clutches of an unethical horse breeder.
The Trotsky (2009) Seventeen-year-old Leon Bronstein (Jay Baruchel) thinks he is the reincarnation of Russian October Revolution leader Leon Trotsky, thus staging a strike at his father's (Saul Rubinek) factory and then a student walkout at his new school. Film legend Geneviève Bujold appears as the head of the school board in writer-director Jacob Tierney's "revolting" comedy. Emily Hampshire, Justin Bradley, Kaniehtiio Horn and Jesse Rath also co-star.
The Secret of Moonacre (2008) When the fantastic tale in her magical storybook comes to life, young Maria Merryweather (Dakota Blue Richards) finds herself trapped in an ancient feud between her family and a rival clan. Now, she must locate the source of their quarrel: a group of magic pearls. Gabor Csupo directs this adaptation of Elizabeth Goudge's award-winning children's book, The Little White Horse. Tim Curry and Ioan Gruffudd co-star.
Skellig: The Owl Man (2009) When new kid on the block Michael (Bill Milner) befriends a mesmerizing man named Skellig (Tim Roth) who lives alone in a shed, their blossoming connection helps take Michael's mind off school bullies -- and his baby sister's increasingly troubling illness. Kelly Macdonald and Skye Bennett co-star in this family-friendly, made-for-television adaptation of David Almond's award-winning novel of the same name.
Empire Records: Remix! Special Fan Edition (1995) This Allan Moyle comedy -- which ultimately gained cult status among die-hard fans -- captures a day in the life of a record store that doubles as a meeting place for young slackers, dreamers and doers. When a clerk (Rory Cochrane) gambles away the store's cash, the boss (Anthony LaPaglia) tries to recoup his losses. Meanwhile, flirty Gina (Renee Zellweger) provides a counterpoint to love-struck Corey (Liv Tyler), who's crushing on a co-worker.
Man on Wire (2008) Philippe Petit captured the world's attention in 1974 when he walked across a high wire between New York's Twin Towers. This Oscar winner for Best Documentary explores the preparations that went into the stunt as well as the event and its aftermath.
Dorian Gray (2009) When London artist Basil Hallward (Ben Chaplin) paints a portrait of the young and beautiful Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes), the subject is so taken with his own image that he declares he'd do anything to keep his looks -- even if it meant selling his soul. The plot thickens when his wish is granted, but even the painting can't mask the true nature of Dorian's inner beauty. Colin Firth co-stars in this period drama based on the novel by Oscar Wilde.
No Strings Attached (2011) Emotionally unencumbered and sexually satisfied, friends with benefits Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) have an open relationship that suits them just fine. That is, until those pesky little things called feelings enter the picture. Ivan Reitman directs and Kevin Kline and Cary Elwes co-star in this comedy that explores the perks and pitfalls of modern romance.