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Modern master Christian Petzold boldly reimagines the ancient myth of Undine in an unpredictable tale of romance and betrayal in modern-day Berlin.



A 17th-century nun becomes entangled in a forbidden lesbian affair with a novice, but it is Benedetta's shocking religious visions that threaten to shake the Church to its core.


The latest film from Tsai Ming-liang marks yet another masterwork in one of contemporary cinema’s most extraordinary careers.


The Muppets

On January 8 and 14, Jim Henson Legacy President Craig Shemin introduces this joyous reboot that brought the Muppets to the screen for a whole new generation.


Visionary filmmaker Leos Carax creates a spellbinding tale of love, passion, obsession, and regret in this operatic musical fable.

The Power of the Dog

Masterfully conceived and executed, Jane Campion’s unconventional western is a mesmerizing, ambiguous, and very dark journey.

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy

An enchanting triptych of stories of chance and imagination, spinning mundane encounters into a world of infinite possibilities.


Drive My Car

A haunting drama of love, loss, acceptance, and peace, adapted from a short story by Haruki Murakami.

The Tragedy of Macbeth

A visually literate tribute to former versions by Welles and Kurosawa, Joel Coen’s film is a singularly contemporary adaptation.