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Ethiopian-Mexican filmmaker Jessica Beshir joins us in person for her hypnotic documentary feature exploring the coexistence of everyday life and its mythical undercurrents.
Cinephile-as-auteur Bogdanovich’s eighth film in eight years is an homage to 1930s Ernst Lubitsch musical comedies.
Bogdanovich closed out his most celebrated decade with an underappreciated gem that adapts the novel by Paul Theroux.
Shortlisted for the Oscars in the International Feature category, the second fiction film by Panamanian director Abner Benaim questions how far each of us would go to help a stranger.
Ghost story, Sisyphean tale, erotic romance—Hiroshi Teshigahara's film is a landmark of the Japanese New Wave.
Starring legendary singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte in one of his first leading roles, we're transported to an eerily quiet New York City after a radioactive explosion has killed almost everyone.
In true Muppet fashion, we proudly present a 26th anniversary screening of Brian Henson's beloved musical adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s swashbuckling adventure.
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Winner of five awards at the 2019 Thessaloniki International Film Festival, including the FIPRESCI prize and People’s Choice Award.
This selection of shorts highlights the full comic range of Keaton’s talents, ending his first independently produced film, The High Sign.
Cinema founding father Sergei Eisenstein’s final completed works form an historical diptych unprecedented in scale and visual audacity.
Despite all the versions that have come after, Jean Cocteau's masterpiece remains the greatest: a rapturous, haunting evocation of love that exists beyond the natural world.