New Release

The Square

Shortlisted for Best Foreign Language Film

In Ruben Östlund’s 2017 Palme d’Or–winner—the rare movie to have as many laughs as ideas— a well-heeled contemporary art curator at a Stockholm museum falls prey to a pickpocketing scam, which triggers an overzealous response and then a crisis of conscience.

Directed by Ruben Östlund

New Release

Lover for a Day

One of Cahiers du cinéma's top 10 films of 2017

In Philippe Garrel’s poetic exploration of relationships, desire, and fidelity, Jeanne (Esther Garrel), after a painful breakup, moves back in with her university professor father to discover that he is living with a student who is the same age as Jeanne.

Directed by Philippe Garrel

New Release Opens February 02, 2018

A Fantastic Woman

A young transgender woman (Daniela Vega) copes with the death of a loved one as she faces scrutiny from authorities and the deceased’s family in Sebastián Lelio’s compassionate, internationally acclaimed drama. A Sony Pictures Classics release.

Directed by Sebastián Lelio

New Release Opens February 09, 2018

Time Regained

New Digital Restoration

Ruiz’s most ambitious literary adaptation—an attempt to condense all of Proust’s In Search of Lost Time into a single feature, using the novel’s last installment as a kind of frame—is also one of his most transporting reflections on the movies’ power to seize and preserve moments of time. An NYFF37 selection.

Directed by Raúl Ruiz

New Release Opens February 16, 2018


Valeska Grisebach uses the Western as a template for her supremely intelligent genre update about an all-male group of German workers who are building a water facility in remote rural Bulgaria, and the conflict that arises between the reserved newbie and the boorish team leader.

Directed by Valeska Grisebach

Series October 17 - April 30, 2018

The Met Live in HD 2017 through 2018

The Metropolitan Opera's Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series Met Opera: Live in HD is back for the 2017 – 2018 season. Experience the Met live from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House at the Walter Reade Theater—specially equipped with high definition screens and surround sound!

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