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Kicking and Screaming

March 18

USA | 1995 | 96 min | Noah Baumbach

Growing Up Baumbach: End of College | Noah Baumbach's 1995 breakthrough film follows a group of friends suffering from post-collegiate ennui and searching for a path in life. Filled with razor sharp dialogue and a sublime cast, Kicking and Screaming proved to be one of the decade's touchstones of independent films.

Kidon

March 19

97 minutes |

Emmanuel Naccache | Comedy | 2013 | Israel | Arabic, English, French, Hebrew w/subtitles
This cheeky spy comedy reimagines the circumstances around the real-life assassination of a Hamas operative.

Kingsman: The Secret Service

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United Kingdom | 2015 | 129 Minutes | Matthew Vaughn

Director Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake, Kick–Ass) reinvents the secret agent movie with this action-packed, blood-soaked, subversive comedy starring Colin Firth as a debonair recruiter who brings a young street punk into the world of international espionage.

Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter

March 1

USA | 2014 | 104 minutes | David Zellner

When a lonely Japanese woman believes she knows the location of a buried treasure after watching and re-watching Fargo on an old VHS tape, she leaves her cluttered and mundane life in Tokyo to travel to Minnesota and find it.

Kumiko the Treasure Hunter

Opens: March 20

USA | 2014 | 105 min | David Zellner, Nathan Zellner

Indie filmmaker brothers David and Nathan Zellner take on another sibling director duo, the Coen Brothers, in this urban-legend tale of a Japanese woman (Academy Award nominee Rinko Kikuchi) who believes she knows the location of the buried treasure in the movie Fargo, and travels to Minnesota and find it.

Kung Fu Elliot

Opens: March 13

Canada | 2014 | 88 min | Jaret Belliveau, Matthew Bauckman

This wildly entertaining documentary about one man's search for stardom follows Elliot "White Lightning" Scott, whose mission in life is to become Canada's first action hero through his ambitious no-budget karate epic Blood Fight. With support from his girlfriend/cinematographer/producer/caterer Linda, Scott takes a no-holds-barred approach to completing his film.