• The Illusionist

    The Illusionist

    French animator Sylvain Chomet (Belleville Rendezvous) fashioned this exquisitely crafted hand-drawn animation, bearing more than a passing debt to the genius cinema of Jacques Tati. Adapted from an unproduced script of Tati’s, this wistful father-daughter drama is a magical homage to a master.

    Now showing here.

  • Our Eternal Summer

    Our Eternal Summer

    Émilie Aussel’s stunning debut feature shows how a blissful, lethargic summer is suddenly interrupted for a group of carefree teenagers, faced with grief and the loss of innocence. Our Eternal Summer offers a poignant reminder that—just like the euphoria of adolescence—nothing lasts forever.

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  • Nest


    With a year at home with his children suddenly on his hands, Icelandic rising star Hlynur Pálmason forged his own microcosmic utopia with this warm and whimsical short. Exquisitely capturing the changing seasons on 35mm, Nest is a tactile wonder charged with the untamed energy of its young cast.

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  • Trances


    Ahmed El Maânouni’s kinetic concert film is an unforgettable documentary portrait of Moroccan band Nass El Ghiwane. Offering reflections on Moroccan musical traditions, trance states, and the power of political theater, the pioneering group lead their audience—and us—to an encounter with ecstasy.

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  • Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

    The quest for perfection reaches new levels of paranoid surrealism in this pastel-colored satire of the American nuclear family. With nods to David Lynch, Todd Solondz and The Stepford Wives, this deadpan debut turns soccer-mom suburbia into the stuff of nightmares.

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  • Cold War

    Cold War

    Peering behind the iron curtain of 1950s Poland, Paweł Pawlikowski’s melancholic, jazzy period piece ruminates on the possibility of borderless love in an ideologically polarized world. An exquisitely shot, black-and-white gem nominated for 3 Academy Awards® including Best Director.

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  • Bergman Island

    Bergman Island

    Vicky Krieps, Tim Roth, and Mia Wasikowska star in this bewitching fable from Mia Hansen-Løve. Shot on Fårö where Ingmar Bergman made some of his greatest films, this sun-kissed voyage sails across the past and the present, fiction and reality, probing the prickly yet romantic process of artmaking.

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  • North Terminal

    North Terminal

    Turning to the grounding powers of nature and artistic solidarity, Lucrecia Martel’s documentary short carves a soulful reprieve from the uncertainties of the outside world. Vibrating through the woodlands of Salta, songs of freedom and resistance create a sonic haven against conservative doctrines.

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  • Visions of Ecstasy

    Visions of Ecstasy

    Banned in the UK for blasphemy, Nigel Wingrove’s experimental short eroticizes religious iconography with a breathless sensuality. Dipped in luscious colors, scenes of sinful passions rise to fever pitch, as the score by Steven Severin of Siouxsie and the Banshees lulls us into a woozy dream state.

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  • Happening


    Probing the social prejudices and legal obstacles surrounding abortion, Audrey Diwan’s Golden Lion winner astutely shatters the illusory liberalism of 1960s France. Starring a revelatory Anamaria Vartolomei, this unflinching and powerful cry for reproductive freedom simmers with a timely urgency.

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  • Where Are You, João Gilberto?

    Where Are You, João Gilberto?

    Following a trail left behind by the elusive artist and bossanova pioneer João Gilberto, this musical detective story is motivated by a profound feeling of longing—a.k.a. saudade. The atmosphere of Rio de Janeiro, the rhythm of its music, and the obsessive search for answers: all are infectious!

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  • Aloners


    Weaving elements of a ghost story into the restlessness of urban life, Hong Sung-eun’s atmospheric debut maps out the emotional safety nets relied upon by city dwellers. Probing the line between solitude and loneliness, Aloners seeks tenderness beyond the monotony of solo lunches and TV dinners.

    Now showing here.