A prizewinner at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, AMANDLA! A REVOLUTION IN FOUR-PART HARMONY traces South Africa’s antiapartheid movement through the freedom songs that originated in the country’s black townships…. BLACK PICKET FENCE focuses on a real-life struggling rapper in Brooklyn’s rough East New York neighborhood…. THE BALLAD OF BERING STRAIT follows seven Russian teens on their 2 1/2-year quest to become country-music sensations…. Director Mark Moskowitz’s documentary STONE READER follows the filmmaker on his journey to find an author who penned a 1972 novel, then apparently disappeared…. New romantic attachments force the three British men of LAWLESS HEART to question whether they’ve accomplished everything they’ve wanted…. Murder, lust, and jealousy all play a part in the DISCHORD mounting in the life of a New Age musician…. In Ken Loach’s THE NAVIGATORS, a group of English laborers reluctantly face the privatization of the railroad for which they work…. South Korea’s Im Kwon Taek won best-director honors at 2002’s Cannes film festival for his 98th film, CHI-HWA-SEON: PAINTED FIRE, which focuses on a hard-living artist in the late 1800s…. In the Dogma drama OPEN HEARTS, Denmark’s foreign-film Oscar submission, the happy lives of two couples are forever altered when their paths tragically collide…. Bolivia details the hardscrabble existence of a Bolivian immigrant in Argentina…. And in Till HUMAN VOICES WAKE US, a psychologist (Guy Pearce) happens upon a mysterious stranger (Helena Bonham Carter) who reminds him of a lost love.