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Ballast (2008) USA Director: Lance Hammer Runtime: 96 minutes USA, 2009 Produced and Distributed by Kino International (Region 1)

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Unmistaken Child (2008) Israel Director: Nati Baratz Runtime: 102 minutes USA, 2009 Produced by Samsara Films (Region 1) and Distributed by Oscilloscope Pictures

Dillinger Is Dead (1969) Italy Director: Marco Ferreri Runtime: 95 minutes USA, 2010 Produced and Distributed by The Criterion Collection (Region 1)

Paranoid Park (2007) USA Director: Gus Van Sant Runtime: 84 minutes USA, 2008 Produced by MK2 and Meno Film Company and Distributed by IFC Films (Region 1)

Whom Shall I Blame?: Trouble the Water (2008) USA Director: Carl Deal and Tia Lessen Runtime: 93 minutes USA, 2008 Produced and Distributed by Zeitgeist Video (Region 1)

Tulpan (2008) Kazakhstan Director: Sergey Dvortsevoy Runtime: 100 minutes USA, 2009 Produced and Distributed by Zeitgeist Films (Region 1)
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Document Type: Review Article

Affiliations: 1: University of North Carolina Wilmington. 2: University of Notre Dame. 3: University of Birmingham, UK.

Publication date: 2010-07-01

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