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Les Rendez-vous d’Anna

In one of Akerman’s greatest films, a celebrated Belgian filmmaker tours cities in West Germany, Belgium, and France with her work, and passes through anonymous, depopulated spaces like a ghost.


Letters Home

Adapting Rose Leiman Goldemberg’s off-Broadway play based on Sylvia Plath’s letters to her mother Aurelia, Akerman delivers a spare reflection on the inextricable ties binding mother and daughter.

The Blair Witch Project

On May 7, Joshua Glick (co-curator of our Deepfake exhibition) introduces horror sensation The Blair Witch Project, exploring the film’s clever, effective packaging and how the 1999 release anticipated a new millennium of unstable evidence on screen. Followed by reception.


News from Home

This exquisite, deceptively simple film perfectly captures a young artist’s desire for independence from the eternal pull of maternal ties. Screens May 6 and 7.


No Home Movie

Built around a series of conversations in person and online between the filmmaker and her mother, a Belgian Holocaust survivor, No Home Movie is both diaristic and avant-garde, a meditation on family relations, memory, and death in the modern world.



Working with Martin Ritt, one of his favorite directors, Paul Newman plays a hell-raising cowboy with a pink Cadillac who doesn’t get along with his moralistic rancher father. It perhaps Newman’s greatest and most psychologically complex movie of the 1960s.

External Shudders

On Friday, May 13, a live performance using slide projectors, external shudders, and a rotating screen with Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy.