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Three Women

Encore Screening

The opposite of a detached portrait, Three Women freely engages and communes with the village, capturing the warmth of the place and its people.


Tokyo Story

Ozu's quiet and haunting masterpiece, following an aging couple on a journey from their rural village to visit their married children in bustling postwar Tokyo, screens 3/24 and 3/26.


Art Talent Show

Encore Screening

Every year the Academy of Arts (AVU) in Prague receives hundreds of applications. Art Talent Show observes every step in the arduous process for three studios.

Marvels of Media Awards Ceremony and Exhibition Opening

On Thursday, March 30, celebrate the winners of this year’s Marvels of Media Awards at this festive evening featuring an awards ceremony and reception, which also marks the opening of the Marvels of Media Exhibition.

Godzilla vs. Megalon

Though once denounced among tokusatsu fans who prefer more serious kaiju fare, this fun adventure, in which the King of the Monsters reaches his peak as campy saurian superhero, has gained a strong cult following in recent years. 

La région centrale

One of the monumental achievements of avant-garde cinema, this is a three-hour long that Michael Snow shot during a single day atop a remote plateau in Northern Quebec.

Wavelength + La Chambre + Hotel Monterey

Michael Snow’s impact on Chantal Akerman’s filmmaking is evident in this pairing of Michael Snow’s classic Wavelength with two films that Akerman made during her 1971–72 stay in New York City.


Robert Bresson’s bracing adaptation of the novella by George Bernanos about a teen girl in a French village is spare and emotionally devastating.

Mamma Roma

Pasolini revived the style of Italian neorealism with his audacious second film, which stars Anna Magnani as a prostitute struggling to escape her past and provide a decent life for her teenage son.

Je tu il elle

Akerman’s first narrative feature, shot on 16mm on a shoestring budget after her return from New York City, is a triptych loosely based on Akerman’s own experiences hitchhiking across Belgium to visit an ex-girlfriend.

Le bonheur

The bucolic surface of Agnès Varda's film contrasts with the tragic drama of a young wife and mother (Claire Drouot) whose husband (Jean-Claude Drouot) falls in love with another woman.