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WE | Official Trailer | Now Showing

Pieces of life are brought together in an attempt to grasp something of life in the inner cities and suburbs of modern-day France. A commuter train appears to connect different worlds, but is there such a thing as ‘we’ in our fragmented societies? Alice Diop's WE is now showing (almost) globally exclusively on MUBI here.

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From father-daughter mortality dramas and empathetic docs to psychological thrillers and gibberish comedies, here are Letterboxd’s ten best from this year’s Tribeca fest. 

News Release - The Huntington and Ghetto Film School Present 15 New Student Works in Inaugural Installation

SAN MARINO, Calif.—In an ongoing partnership with Ghetto Film School, The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens is serving as a training ground for student filmmakers exploring careers in the film industry. An inaugural installation of film shorts, opening Nov. 20 in the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art, shows the work of 15 students who pursued the theme of portraiture at The Huntington, a nod to the new Kehinde Wiley painting, A Portrait of a Young Gentleman, now on…

10 Films To Watch If You Love Parasite (2019)

If you loved Parasite’s thrilling twists and turns, there’s a sure chance that you will love another acclaimed South- Korean director Park Chan-wook’s 2016 film The Handmaiden. The director who created the masterful Oldboy, his latest offering is an erotic physiological thriller that begins with a woman who is hired as a handmaiden in a Japanese household. Thereafter, all the secrets of this household come crashing down, one after the other. Inspired by the novel The Fingersmiths by Sarah Waters,…

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From his days as a critic at Cahiers du cinéma, where he specialized in new f/x-driven movies and the hypermodern cinema coming from the Pacific Rim, Olivier Assayas has been a figure uniquely attentive and responsive to the changing face of the world and human relationships, in an ever-more-closely connected globe that revolves around the 24/7 circulation of capital. While no longer a young upstart, he remains the most breathlessly contemporary of filmmakers, even when addressing period subjects. Following the Cannes…

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