New Release


South Korea's Oscar Entry · The New York Times Critic's Pick

In Bong Joon Ho’s exhilarating, Palme d’Or–winning film, a threadbare family of four struggling to make ends meet gradually hatches a scheme to work for, and as a result infiltrate, the wealthy household of an entrepreneur, his seemingly frivolous wife, and their troubled kids.

Directed by Bong Joon Ho

New Release Opens October 25, 2019


Disillusioned Israeli Yoav (Tom Mercier), who has absconded to Paris following his military training and has disavowed Hebrew, falls into an emotional and intellectual triangle with a wealthy bohemian couple in Nadav Lapid’s powerful film about language and physicality, masculinity and nationhood.

Directed by Nadav Lapid

Series November 01 - 06, 2019

Poetry and Partition: The Films of Ritwik Ghatak

Ghatak only completed eight fiction feature films during his lifetime, but each represents a landmark achievement in the history of Indian cinema, movingly reflecting the social realities of a nation trying to revise its identity in the aftermath of British colonial rule and the partition of India and Pakistan, and representing the melodrama of everyday life under the country’s newly modernized economy.
Film Opens November 25, 2019

With Merce

Merce Cunningham Centennial Screening · Introduction by Charles Atlas and Nancy Dalva

When legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham died in 2009, filmmaker and media dance innovator Charles Atlas created a compilation of excerpts focusing on their unique, longtime collaboration. To mark the Cunningham Centennial, Atlas will show this rare selection made with or about the artist whom he has called “the best collaborator anyone could have.”

Directed by Charles Atlas

New Release Opens January 24, 2020

Zombi Child

Bertrand Bonello injects urgency and history into the well-worn walking-dead genre with this unconventional plunge into horror-fantasy, moving fluidly between 1962 Haiti, where a young man known as Clairvius Narcisse is made into a zombie by his resentful brother, and a contemporary Paris girls’ boarding school attended by Clairvius’s direct descendant.

Directed by Bertrand Bonello


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