• We


    The personal and the collective lyrically entwine in Alice Diop’s Berlinale prizewinner, lending an ear to the underrepresented voices of Paris’s maligned outskirts. A lattice of experiences where filming is akin to remembering, these everyday vignettes evoke the rich cultural tapestry of the city.

    Now showing (almost) globally here.

  • Our Bodies are Your Battlefields

    Our Bodies are Your Battlefields

    Bursting with revolutionary fervor, Isabelle Solas’s documentary is a rallying cry against patriarchal and religious intolerance. Intimately intersectional in their embrace of body diversity, transfeminist activists in Argentina fight their tireless battles with courage, resilience, and radical joy.

    Now showing (almost) globally here.

  • Pleasure


    Featuring a powerful and daring performance by Sofia Kappel, PLEASURE is Ninja Thyberg's refreshingly uncompromising feature debut, with anm analysis of will, ambition and consent in the adult film industry that breaks down old-fashioned taboos on sex work.

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  • Moneyboys


    Marrying the poetry of Hou Hsiao-hsien with the clinical detachment of Michael Haneke, C.B. Yi’s bold debut is bathed in the neon-lit melancholy of big city life. A revelatory comeback for teen idol Kai Ko, this tender portrait of gay sex workers in China is sexy, dangerous, and lovingly empathetic.

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  • Happy Together

    Happy Together

    Arthouse favorite Wong Kar Wai took an artistic leap forward with this richly written love story. He won Best Director at Cannes, but just as much praise is due the exquisite look from cinematographer Christopher Doyle and the heart-wrenching performances by superstars Tony Leung and Leslie Cheung.

    Now showing here.

  • Love in the Afternoon

    Love in the Afternoon

    After Godard, it's time to visit a different but no less beautiful side of the French New Wave with Éric Rohmer, the crème de la crème of sex comedy auteurs, heir to wry masters from Woody Allen to Hong Sang-soo.

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  • Ahed's Knee

    Ahed's Knee

    The Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid continues in the momentum of SYNONYMS (winner of a Golden Bear) with the story of a director living through many personal crises. Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes, AHED'S KNEE is a feverish personal story about national identity and art.

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  • Deception


    Prior to his return to Cannes this year, Arnaud Desplechin brings a seductive blend of intellectual and carnal passions to his riveting adaptation of Phillip Roth’s eponymous novel. A mesmerizing, literary concoction of sex, love, and loyalty made bewitching by Léa Seydoux’s luminous performance.

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  • La Collectionneuse

    La Collectionneuse

    Imbued with the louche and aimless glamour of distracted youth in St. Tropez, Rohmer’s first film in colour also took his now legendary 1960s series of Moral Tales into darker territory. Stunningly photographed by Néstor Almendros, this is an arthouse classic about the lengths one will go for lust.

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  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World

    Formally playful and humorously observant, Joachim Trier's Oscar-nominated gem embraces with open arms the messiness of life at a crossroad. Winner of Cannes' Best Actress Award for her star-making turn, the effervescent Renate Reinsve commands the screen–and our hearts–with her ravishing vivacity.

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  • Mysterious Skin

    Mysterious Skin

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt began his reign as indie cinema's leading man in this collaboration with New Queer Cinema pioneer (and all-around troublemaker) Gregg Araki, who spins an incendiary, bizarro, yet sensitive tale of the dark secrets in the American heartland. 

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  • Oslo, August 31st

    Oslo, August 31st

    A reworking of Louis Malle's New Wave classic THE FIRE WITHIN, Joachim Trier's Cannes hit about a young man's fade-out is a triumph of sensitive insight and observation, a smart, sharp portrait that even finds within its heavy subject matter the chance for warmth. 

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