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Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Before Synder moved over to big-budget comic book blockbusters, he made his mark in the horror genre with this ambitious remake of Romero’s 1970s zombie classic.

Mayor

One of the most insightful and entertaining documentaries of recent years, Mayor is a genuine political saga following Musa Hadid, the Christian mayor of Ramallah, Palestine. With director David Osit in person!

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Strictly Ballroom

One of the most successful Australian films of all time, Strictly Ballroom premiered 30 years ago at the Cannes Film Festival, where it introduced the world to the signature stylings of 29-year-old Baz Lurhmann.

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Shaun of the Dead

Hilarious, endlessly quotable, gloriously gory, and endearingly sweet, Shaun of the Dead is a zombie film like no other—the world’s first “rom-zom-com.”

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Night of the Living Dead

George A. Romero’s seminal, independent zombie movie, which laid the groundwork for the indie horror film, as part of our series Films of the Dead: Romero & Co.—next screening on July 2.

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Crimes of the Future

The latest film from David Cronenberg is a return to the speculative body horror of the Canadian auteur’s early career, showing July 1–9.

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The Dead Don’t Die

Jim Jarmusch’s Trump-era allegory imagines a placid upstate New York community overrun by zombies who have been reanimated by the addictive consumerism they practiced in life.

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The Dead Don’t Die

Jim Jarmusch’s Trump-era allegory imagines a placid upstate New York community overrun by zombies who have been reanimated by the addictive consumerism they practiced in life.

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One Cut of the Dead

An independent film crew making a low-budget zombie film encounters real-life zombies in Shinichiro Ueda's fresh and funny comic horror meta-movie—screening July 2 and 10.

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