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Suzu is a shy, everyday high school student living in a rural village. For years, she has only been a shadow of herself. But when she enters "U", a massive virtual world, she escapes into her online persona as Belle, a gorgeous and globally-beloved singer. One day, her concert is interrupted by a monstrous creature chased by vig more »


Licorice Pizza

LICORICE PIZZA is the story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up, running around and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley, 1973. Written and Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the film tracks the treacherous navigation of first love.  LICORICE PIZZA finds Paul Thomas Anderson shifting into a surprisingly comfortable more »


Parallel Mothers

Two women, Janis and Ana, coincide in a hospital room where they are going to give birth. Both are single and became pregnant by accident. Janis, middle-aged, doesn't regret it and she is exultant. The other, Ana, an adolescent, is scared, repentant and traumatized. Janis tries to encourage her while they move like sleepwalkers more »


The Tragedy of Macbeth

Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in Joel Coen’s bold and fierce adaptation; a tale of murder, madness, ambition, and wrathful cunning.  Led by a stellar Denzel Washington, THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH strips the classic story down to its visual and narrative essentials. more »


The Velvet Queen

In the heart of the Tibetan highlands, multi-award-winning nature photographer Vincent Munier guides writer Sylvain Tesson on his quest to document the exceptionally elusive snow leopard. Munier introduces Tesson to the subtle art of waiting from a blind spot, tracking animals, and finding the patience to catch sight of th more »



FLEE tells the story of Amin Nawabi as he grappleswith a painful secret he has kept hidden for 20 years, one that threatens to derail the life he has builtfor himself and his soon to be husband.  Recounted mostly through animation to director Jonas Poher Rasmussen, he tells for the first time the story of hisextraordinary journe more »



THE CONDUCTOR takes the audience into the heart of classical music, and into the soul of one of its top artists, the internationally renowned conductor Marin Alsop -- the first woman to serve as music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra -- giving more »



Ingmar Bergman explores conflict on two levels in his idiosyncratic 1968 film. It is perhaps expected that the director delves deep into the disintegrating marriage of two ex-musicians (Liv Ullmann and Max Von Sydow) as they scrape by on a farm on a remote island. But a civil war complicates their intimate struggle, placing them more »



An aging jockey (Clifton Collins Jr.), hopes to win one last title for his longtime trainer (Molly Parker), who has acquired what appears to be a championship horse. But the years – and injuries – have taken a toll on his body, throwing into question his ability to continue his lifelong passion. And the arrival of a young rookie more »



Alice and Neil Bennett (Charlotte Gainsbourg, Tim Roth) are the core of a wealthy British family on vacation in Acapulco with younger members Colin and Alexa (Samuel Bottomley and Albertine Kotting) until a distant emergency cuts their trip short. When one relative disrupts the family's tight-knit order, surprising tensions rise more »


Dead Ringers

David Cronenberg’s masterpiece was so far ahead of its time that it still seems a miraculous anomaly today. Jeremy Irons plays twin-brother gynecologists, one an introverted medical genius, the other a master schmoozer and ladies’ man. more »


Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

Interweaving lecture, personal anecdotes, interviews, and shocking revelations, in WHO WE ARE — A Chronicle of Racism in America, criminal defense/civil rights lawyer Jeffery Robinson draws a stark timeline of anti-Black racism in the United States, from slavery to the modern myth of a post-racial America.  Robinson's groundbrea more »


In The Mood For Love

Wong Kar-wai created one of the greatest movie romances ever by putting his would-be lovers together, and keeping them apart. Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung play two people living in a crowded apartment building in 1960s Hong Kong who discover their spouses are having an affair. As they commiserate, their feelings for each other g more »


Strawberry Mansion

In a future where the government records dreams and taxes them, a dream auditor gets caught up in the dreams of an aging eccentric. Strawberry Mansion's sci-fi premise provides cover for a film whose dream logic and surreal visuals are underscored by quietly poignant themes. more »


The Worst Person in the World

The chronicles of four years in the life of Julie, a young woman who navigates the troubled waters of her love life and struggles to find her career path, leading her to take a realistic look at who she really is.  THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD concludes Joachim Trier's Oslo Trilogy with a romantic comedy that delightfully subve more »


Goodbye, Dragon Inn

The best film ever made about going to the movies? It’s the last night in operation for a grand old Taipei movie house showing a revival of King Hu’s wuxia classic Dragon Inn. There’s a skeleton crew looking after the theater and barely anyone in the audience, but somehow director Tsai Ming-liang’s unblinking takes and Sahara-dr more »


8 1/2

Federico Fellini’s masterpiece is hailed as such for many reasons, but maybe most for its reflexive, seamless blur of cinema, fantasies, and dreams. The film opens inside the REM visions of harried, creatively blocked film director Guido (Marcello Mastroianni) as he forestalls starting his latest project at a luxe spa. more »


The Passion of Anna

Andreas (Max Von Sydow) is licking his wounds after a painful divorce when he meets Anna (Liv Ullmann), a recent widow with some wounds of her own. Their budding relationship is refracted through their friendship with an art photographer (Erland Josephson) and his wife (Bibi Andersson), also both damaged in less obvious ways. more »


Basic Instinct

Now that Paul Verhoeven’s 'Showgirls' has undergone critical rehab, is it time to revisit his other hypersexual ‘90s lightning rod? The director and screenwriter Joe Eszterhas were condemned at the time for peddling sleaze and stereotypes, and subtle it ain’t. more »


Ariadne auf Naxos (Met Opera)

The exhilarating soprano Lise Davidsen makes her Live in HD debut in one of her signature roles, the mythological Greek heroine of Strauss’s enchanting masterpiece. more »


The Exorcist (The version you’ve never seen)

If you haven’t seen The Exorcist lately, there are probably a few more scenes than you remember involving people in overcoats and scarves having concerned conversations. But Friedkin summons an air of creeping unease throughout... more »


The Entertainer

At a fading resort on the coast of a fading empire, fading music-hall performer Archie Rice (Laurence Olivier) holds on to the feeble dregs of an undistinguished career, wheedling, lying, scheming, and upsetting his long-suffering family to do it. more »


Santa Sangre

It all starts at the circus and involves an armless saint, a church built around a pool of blood, an elephant’s funeral, and an affair between a knife thrower and a tattooed lady, and then things start to get strange. more »


Don Carlos (Met Opera)

For the first time in company history, the Met presents the original five-act French version of Verdi’s epic opera of doomed love among royalty, set against the backdrop of the Spanish Inquisition. more »


Turandot (Met Opera)

Superstar Anna Netrebko makes her long-awaited Met role debut as Puccini’s icy princess—seen live in cinemas on May 7. more »


Hamlet (Met Opera)

Shakespeare offers a gauntlet to composers that shouldn’t always be picked up, but Dean’s Hamlet rises to the challenge. more »


Mothering Sunday

On a warm spring day in 1924, house maid and foundling Jane Fairchild (Odessa Young) finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. Her employers, Mr and Mrs Niven (Colin Firth and Olivia Colman), are out and she has the rare chance to spend an afternoon of abandon with her secret lover, Paul (Josh O’Connor), the boy from the manor house more »


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