• Burn Burn Burn

    Burn Burn Burn

    A dark sense of humor runs through this millennial road movie about reckoning with grief. Reminiscent of Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers, the debut feature from Chanya Button’s stars Downton Abbey’s Laura Carmichael alongside brilliant cameos from British comedy legends Alice Lowe and Sally Phillips.

    Now showing here.

  • 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.

    Now showing here.

  • Psychobitch


    Do opposites attract? Norwegian director Martin Lund finds out in this compassionate coming-of-age romance. An early standout of Generation Z cinema, Psychobitch sees Elli Müller Osborne and Jonas Tidemann deliver moving performances as the perfectly awkward teenage couple at the film’s center.

    Now showing here.

  • Prayers for the Stolen

    Prayers for the Stolen

    Under the shadow of drug and human trafficking, girlhood reveries tenderly bloom in Tatiana Huezo’s sensorial narrative debut. Produced by the team behind Roma, this profound tale of love and survival juxtaposes the lushness of rural Mexico with the cartel violence looming over crimson poppy fields.

    Now showing here.

  • The Turin Horse

    The Turin Horse

    Béla Tarr has stated that this towering masterwork will likely be his final feature. If that does turn out to be the case, you couldn’t ask for a greater summation of his thematic and formal concerns. A work of staggering vision, The Turin Horse builds to a climax of ecstatic cinematic rapture.

    Now showing here.

  • Reprise


    The first in Joachim Trier’s masterful “Oslo Trilogy” is an electric and affecting dual portrait of two writer friends whose ambitions are challenged by the trials of life. Saturated with punk playfulness, Reprise explores the tantalizing promise—and peril—of fulfilling your creative aspirations.

    Now showing here.

  • The Tale of King Crab

    The Tale of King Crab

    Drawing its idiosyncratic power from the wellsprings of legend, this ecstatic folktale travels from 19th-century Italy to Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego. A primal meditation on the potency of storytelling, The Tale of King Crab is a redemptive fable charged with mythic grandeur and elemental beauty.

    Now showing here.

  • The Souvenir: Part II

    The Souvenir: Part II

    The magnificent conclusion to British filmmaker Joanna Hogg’s autobiographical epic is finally here. Constructing an intricate emotional labyrinth through the formative years of an artist in search of her voice, this dazzlingly reflexive masterwork draws memoir and fantasy into iridescent reverie.

    Now showing here.

  • Chess of the Wind

    Chess of the Wind

    Once considered a lost masterpiece, Mohammad Reza Aslani’s delirious melodrama was found in a thrift shop and miraculously restored. Sensually abounding in sumptuous lace and pearls, this decadent parable on the sickness of wealth erupts into a frenzied vortex of murderous mania and feverish lust.

    Now showing here in collaboration with The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project.

  • Lemon


    Three years before she adapted a Twitter thread into the electrifying strippers-at-war tale Zola, Janicza Bravo made her feature debut with this bracingly funny comedy of embarrassment. With its diverse cast and exacting eye for timing and composition, Lemon has directorial rigour and style to burn.

    Now showing here.

  • The Second Mother

    The Second Mother

    Winning awards in Sundance and Berlin, this sparkling dramedy is piercing in its depiction of Brazil’s class distinctions, yet deeply heart-warming. Regina Casé charmed audiences with her candid performance as the loyal maid of a wealthy household—whose social codes her brazen daughter will disrupt.

    Now showing here.

  • In Fabric

    In Fabric

    The unique imagination of British master of weird, Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio), is filled with eerie corridors, giallo antechambers, and surreal humour. This spellbinding killer-dress oddity is a gloriously bonkers trip to shopping hell—and nothing can prepare you for it.

    Now showing here.