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The Story of Film: A New Generation

A decade after his synoptic inquiry into 20th-century cinema, The Story of Film: An Odyssey, film historian Mark Cousins returns with a hopeful tale of cinematic innovation at the frontiers of our young century. Playing 9/9–9/23!


The Gambler

In a magnetic, psychologically rich performance, Caan plays Axel Freed, a college literature professor who teaches Dostoyevsky by day and echoes the author's antiheroic Gambler by night.


On September 23, Todd Chandler’s breakthrough documentary is a slow-burn cinematic meditation on the array of forces that shape the culture of violence in the United States. With director in person.


Harry and Walter Go to New York

Mixing slapstick comedy with sepia-toned lensing by master DP László Kovács, and featuring committed performances by both the lead cast and a deep well of great character actors, Harry and Walter Go to New York remains a strange and inviting brew.

Gangs of Wasseypur

Anurag Kashyap’s ambitious and extraordinary blood-and-bullets-fueled crime saga charts 70 years in the lives of two mafia-like families fighting for control of the coal-mining town of Wasseypur, India.


Cinderella Liberty

In this overlooked gem from Hollywood’s 1970s heyday, Caan plays Baggs, a sailor marooned in Seattle on extended shore leave when his records are lost amid a ship transfer.


The Killer Elite

Released during the heyday of the 1970s conspiracy thriller, Peckinpah’s The Killer Elite might rank as the most cynical of them all.