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Inu-oh

From visionary director Masaaki Yuasa comes a revisionist rock opera about a 14th-century superstar, screening October 1 and 2.

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Bottle Rocket

In Wes Anderson’s beloved, tonally distinctive debut comedy, three aimless Texas friends aspire to a life of crime and outlaw notoriety, elaborately scheming up low-level burglaries that ride the line between fantasy role-play and real-world consequences.

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Mind Game

Masaaki Yuasa’s acclaimed debut feature is a thrilling animated journey through the hopes and regrets of an aspiring manga artist. Screens Sep 30–Oct 1.

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Misery

Famous for his imposing presence and strapping physique, Caan spends most of Misery physically broken and detained, subjected to everything from imprisoning idolatry to femur-cracking punishment.

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Elf

Will Ferrell stars in this wildly popular and truly unconventional contemporary Christmas classic, which combines holiday cheer with offbeat comedy.

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Inu-oh

From visionary director Masaaki Yuasa comes a revisionist rock opera about a 14th-century superstar, screening October 1 and 2.

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Misery

Famous for his imposing presence and strapping physique, Caan spends most of Misery physically broken and detained, subjected to everything from imprisoning idolatry to femur-cracking punishment.

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Thief

Michael Mann’s debut film, screening September 30, October 2 and 9, reveals a master already at work, and it offered James Caan one of his greatest roles.

Triangle of Sadness

Cinematic mischief maker Ruben Östlund liberally applies his customary playfulness to the wide canvas of his wildly ambitious, frequently hilarious latest film, which won the Swedish director his second Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Screens October 3.

Stars at Noon

On October 4, Claire Denis appears in person with her Cannes-awarded latest film, a contemporary thriller suffused with political intrigue and languid eroticism, moving entirely to the tactile rhythms of its actors.

TÁR

From writer-producer-director Todd Field comes a searing examination of power and its impact and durability in today’s society. Followed by Q&A with Cate Blanchett and Todd Field, moderated by Laurie Anderson.

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