Kenneth Branagh (“Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,” “The Road to El Dorado”) writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar-nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane. With an all-star cast, including Oscar-nominee Kate Winslet (“Iris,” “Titanic”) and Oscar-winner Julie Christie (“Dragonheart,” “Dr. Zhivago”), as well as appearances by Charlton Heston, John Gielgud, Jack Lemmon, Gerard Depardieu, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and many others. Branagh received an Oscar nomination for his outstanding screenplay. The Hollywood Reporter says “Branagh has boldly invigorated William Shakespeare’s most celebrated play to a towering visual dimension that captures the tumultuous tragedy as no stage or filmic version has… Multiple Oscar nominations seem in order.” #HarryPotter #WizardingWorld #Hogwarts
In this animated comedy with a whole lot of heart, Jake, with the help of the toy figures from his foosball table, embarks on a wild adventure in an attempt to save his village.
Is That You? Is an Israeli Academy Award Wining film. Staring the renown Alon Aboutboul (London Has Fallen, Dark Knight Rises) as Ronnie, a 60 years old man looking for his old time ex girl friend from 40 years ago.
Figs is the typical cynic, one finds lurking in the expansive lawns of Delhi University. Entangled in a web of drugged-out delirium, he’s the quintessential rebel. His world is thrown into disarray when his conservative parents begin to chalk out a strategy for his future. Things only become worse when a sudden scarcity of hash deprives Figs of his favorite pastime. Unable to cope with the situation, Figs joins forces with his best friend Maggie on a quest to attain M Cream, a mythical form of hash. They hastily devise a plan to trek to the far reaches of the Himalayas in pursuit of this goal. Maggie ropes in her boyfriend Niz, who’s purportedly headed to the hills on a photo assignment. Unknown to Figs, the trio is joined by Jay, a close friend of Niz. Chaos ensues as the reckless travelers journey across the Himalayan expanse. The road trip results in a series of unexpected encounters that begin to unravel the myriad realities of rebellion. Difficult choices are made and uncomfortable sides are taken as Figs and the others begin to comprehend the mysterious ways of the world we live in.(CBFC U DIL/3/3/2015-DEL)
“Hashar” is the story of today’s young generation who without true feelings of love, get together and later due to misunderstandings their life becomes tumultuous. Set in university campus it highlights the fact that when supported by politicians for their own benefits, student politics can take an ugly turn and create havoc in the personal life of students. The story is all about love, passion, hatred and romance and above all this fiction is more than reality.
An extraordinary motion picture, Ordinary People is an intense examination of a family being torn apart by tension and tragedy. Donald Sutherland and Mary Tyler Moore star as the upper-middle-class couple whose “ordinary” existence is irrevocably shattered by the death of their oldest son in a boating accident. Timothy Hutton is the younger son, struggling against suicide and guilt left by the drowning. Judd Hirsch is the empathetic psychiatrist who provides his lifeline to survival. Mary Tyler Moore gives a riveting portrayal of the inexplicably aloof mother. Robert Redford’s achievement as director, after more than twenty years as a superstar in front of the camera, earned him an Oscar® Superb performances and masterful direction complement the award-winning screenplay, based upon the novel by Judith Guest.
When a Tibetan refugee dies from a terminal illness, his last wish to set foot on his native soil remains unfulfilled… until his son, Tenzing Rigdol, a New York-based artist, embarks on an unthinkable journey to reunite Tibetans in exile with their land through an art project.