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The Death of Stalin March 23, 2018
Isle of Dogs March 27, 2018
Trouble No More March 31, 2018
Mean Streets April 7, 2018
Ismael’s Ghosts April 13, 2018
L’Argent April 14, 2018
Lean on Pete April 20, 2018
Port of Call April 21, 2018
1945 April 27, 2018
Chappaquiddick May 4, 2018
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami May 4, 2018
Itzhak May 4, 2018
Strangers on a Train May 5, 2018
RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg May 11, 2018
The Rider May 11, 2018
To Joy May 12, 2018
Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer May 16, 2018
Let the Sunshine In May 18, 2018
Pope Francis: A Man of His Word May 18, 2018
Stranger Than Paradise May 19, 2018
1971 May 21, 2018
Ranma 1/2 The Movie: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China May 23, 2018
Beast May 25, 2018
Quai des Orfèvres May 26, 2018
Dead Leaves May 30, 2018
Andy Irons: Kissed By God May 31, 2018
First Reformed June 1, 2018
On Chesil Beach June 1, 2018
Le Corbeau June 2, 2018
Ponyo (Subbed Version) June 6, 2018
The Seagull June 8, 2018
Late Spring June 9, 2018
Ponyo (Dubbed Version- 6/9 ONLY) June 9, 2018
Birdboy: The Forgotten Children June 13, 2018
Hearts Beat Loud June 15, 2018
The Killers June 16, 2018
Persepolis June 20, 2018
American Animals June 22, 2018
The Catcher Was a Spy June 22, 2018
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? June 22, 2018
M. Hulot’s Holiday June 23, 2018
Mountain June 29, 2018
Early Summer July 2, 2018
Boundaries July 6, 2018
Thirst (Ingmar Bergman 100) July 7, 2018
Leave No Trace July 13, 2018
Sorry To Bother You July 13, 2018
Road House July 14, 2018
READ OR DIE OVAs July 18, 2018
The King July 20, 2018
Yellow Submarine July 20, 2018
Fantastic Planet July 21, 2018
Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot July 27, 2018
Eighth Grade July 27, 2018
Summer Interlude (Ingmar Bergman 100) July 28, 2018
The Set-Up August 4, 2018
Blackkklansman August 10, 2018
Don’t Bother To Knock August 11, 2018
Puzzle August 17, 2018
Tokyo Story August 18, 2018
Madeline’s Madeline August 24, 2018
Skate Kitchen August 24, 2018
Summer with Monika (Ingmar Bergman 100) August 25, 2018
Juliet, Naked August 31, 2018
The Bookshop August 31, 2018
The Wife August 31, 2018
The Last Movie September 1, 2018
Bus Stop September 8, 2018
We the Animals September 14, 2018
Rendezvous in July September 15, 2018
Fahrenheit 11/9 September 21, 2018
Love, Gilda September 21, 2018
Sawdust and Tinsel September 22, 2018
Night Is Short, Walk On Girl September 26, 2018
Blaze September 28, 2018
The Children Act September 28, 2018
UNDERWORLD U.S.A. September 29, 2018
Colette October 5, 2018
Monsters and Men October 5, 2018
L’ATALANTE October 6, 2018
Met Opera: AIDA October 6, 2018
The Hate U Give October 11, 2018
Free Solo October 12, 2018
Tea with the Dames October 12, 2018
CHINATOWN October 13, 2018
The Happy Prince October 19, 2018
The Old Man and the Gun October 19, 2018
Met Opera: Samson et Dalila October 20, 2018
Howl’s Moving Castle- Subbed 10/24 + 10/27 October 24, 2018
Beautiful Boy October 26, 2018
Mid90s October 26, 2018
Howl’s Moving Castle- Dubbed 10/27 only October 27, 2018
Met Opera: LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST October 27, 2018
Suspiria October 31, 2018
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust October 31, 2018
Can You Ever Forgive Me? November 2, 2018
WANDA November 3, 2018
Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms November 7, 2018
Boy Erased November 9, 2018
GRAND ILLUSION November 10, 2018
Met Opera: MARNIE November 10, 2018
Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone November 14, 2018
Maria by Callas November 16, 2018
THE SEVENTH SEAL November 17, 2018
Green Book November 21, 2018
PLAYTIME November 24, 2018
Macross: Do You Remember Love? November 28, 2018
Border November 29, 2018
Mirai- Dubbed November 30, 2018
Mirai- Subbed November 30, 2018
CASQUE D’OR December 1, 2018
The Castle of Cagliostro December 5, 2018
At Eternity’s Gate December 7, 2018
The Favourite December 7, 2018
SENSO December 8, 2018
Spirited Away December 12, 2018
Mary Queen of Scots December 14, 2018
Vox Lux December 14, 2018
Met Opera: LA TRAVIATA December 15, 2018
THE HITCH-HIKER December 15, 2018
Akira December 19, 2018
Ben Is Back December 21, 2018
Female Trouble December 22, 2018
If Beale Street Could Talk December 25, 2018
The Thin Man December 29, 2018
Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable January 5, 2019
The Upside January 11, 2019
Falbalas aka Paris Frills January 12, 2019
Met Opera: ADRIANA LECOUVREUR January 12, 2019
A STAR IS BORN January 18, 2019
A Night at the Opera January 19, 2019
They Live January 24, 2019
Cold War January 25, 2019
Stan & Ollie January 25, 2019
When You Read This Letter January 26, 2019
Met Opera: CARMEN February 2, 2019
Secrets of Women February 2, 2019
Oscar Shorts- Live Action February 7, 2019
Oscar Shorts: Animated February 8, 2019
Sansho The Bailiff February 9, 2019
Capernaum February 15, 2019
Where The Sidewalk Ends February 16, 2019
Arctic February 22, 2019
Never Look Away February 22, 2019
The Ladykillers February 23, 2019
Jackie Chan Police Story (1985) February 28, 2019
The Invisibles March 1, 2019
Met Opera- La Fille du Regiment- March 2 March 2, 2019
Touchez Pas Au Grisbi March 2, 2019
Birds of Passage March 8, 2019
Everybody Knows March 8, 2019
Wild Strawberries March 9, 2019
The Pledge- 3/14 only! March 14, 2019
Ruben Brandt, Collector March 15, 2019
The Wedding Guest March 15, 2019
Transit March 15, 2019
Hard Eight March 16, 2019
Babylon March 22, 2019
Gloria Bell March 22, 2019
Detour March 23, 2019
Detour March 23, 2019
The Mustang March 28, 2019
Hummingbird Project March 29, 2019
The Aftermath March 29, 2019
The Beach Bum March 29, 2019
Met Opera: Die Walküre March 30, 2019
The Band Wagon March 30, 2019
Apollo 11 April 5, 2019
The Public April 5, 2019
King Creole April 6, 2019
Amazing Grace April 12, 2019
Diane April 12, 2019
Sunset April 12, 2019
The Best of Enemies April 12, 2019
The Brink April 12, 2019
Young Mr. Lincoln April 13, 2019
Her Smell April 18, 2019
High Life April 19, 2019
The Magician April 20, 2019
Family April 25, 2019
The Chaperone April 26, 2019
Gilda April 27, 2019
Ask Dr. Ruth May 3, 2019
Red Joan May 3, 2019
Holiday May 3, 2019
The White Crow May 10, 2019
Tolkien May 10, 2019
Wild Nights With Emily May 10, 2019
The General May 11, 2019
Trial By Fire May 17, 2019
A Story From Chikamatsu May 18, 2019
Booksmart May 24, 2019
Non-Fiction May 24, 2019
Photograph May 24, 2019
The Biggest Little Farm May 24, 2019
I Am Cuba May 25, 2019
All Is True May 31, 2019
The Souvenir May 31, 2019
The Virgin Spring June 1, 2019
HALSTON June 7, 2019
The Tomorrow Man June 7, 2019
The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice June 8, 2019
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese June 11, 2019
The Dead Don’t Die June 14, 2019
The Fall of the American Empire June 14, 2019
Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation June 14, 2019
Rebecca June 15, 2019
Echo In The Canyon June 21, 2019
Pavarotti June 21, 2019
The Last Black Man in San Francisco June 21, 2019
It’s a Gift June 22, 2019
Morocco June 29, 2019
Midsommar (Director’s Cut) July 2, 2019
Maiden July 5, 2019
Ministry of Fear July 6, 2019
Wild Rose July 12, 2019
The Big Clock July 13, 2019
The Art of Self Defense July 19, 2019
Kiss Me Deadly July 20, 2019
The Farewell July 25, 2019
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love July 26, 2019
Vera Cruz July 27, 2019
Sword of Trust August 2, 2019
Cry of the City August 3, 2019
David Crosby: Remember My Name August 9, 2019
Mike Wallace Is Here August 9, 2019
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am August 9, 2019
Ride Lonesome August 10, 2019
Showgirls August 15, 2019
Where’d You Go, Bernadette August 15, 2019
Luce August 16, 2019
Tel Aviv on Fire August 16, 2019
Mikey & Nicky August 17, 2019
The Peanut Butter Falcon August 23, 2019
Shanghai Express August 24, 2019
After the Wedding August 30, 2019
Jay Myself August 30, 2019
Criss Cross August 31, 2019
Brittany Runs a Marathon September 6, 2019
Streetwise September 7, 2019
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice September 13, 2019
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool September 13, 2019
MELVIN AND HOWARD September 14, 2019
Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles September 20, 2019
Official Secrets September 20, 2019
1900 (Part 1) September 21, 2019
Judy September 27, 2019
Monos September 27, 2019
1900 (Part 2) September 28, 2019
Aquarela October 4, 2019
DOWN BY LAW October 5, 2019
El Camino A Breaking Bad Movie October 11, 2019
First Love October 11, 2019
Where’s My Roy Cohn? October 11, 2019
A BIGGER SPLASH October 12, 2019
Met Opera: Turandot (Live) October 12, 2019
Pain and Glory October 18, 2019
Met Opera: Manon (Live) October 26, 2019
THE OLD DARK HOUSE October 26, 2019
Harriet November 1, 2019
THE BAKER’S WIFE November 2, 2019
Frankie November 8, 2019
MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW November 9, 2019
Met Opera: Madama Butterfly (Live) November 9, 2019
AN ACTOR’S REVENGE November 16, 2019
Met Opera: Akhnaten (Live) November 23, 2019
MR. KLEIN November 23, 2019
DREAMS November 30, 2019
DOLEMITE December 5, 2019
THE DEVIL’S EYE December 7, 2019
Met Opera: Wozzeck (Live) January 11, 2020
Met Opera: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Live) February 1, 2020
Met Opera: Agrippina (Live) February 29, 2020
Met Opera: Der Fliegende Holländer (Live) March 14, 2020
Met Opera: Tosca (Live) April 11, 2020
Met Opera: Maria Stuarda (Live) May 9, 2020

Isle of Dogs

Stop-motion animated comedy film written and directed by Wes Anderson. Set in Japan, Isle of Dogs follows a boy's odyssey in search of his dog. more »


Trouble No More

“Diving headlong into one of the most controversial moments in Bob Dylan's storied career and paying no need to unbelievers, Jennifer Lebeau's Trouble No More unearths rare concert footage from the singer's ‘Christian period,’ when he toured small venues playing nothing but songs about his new faith. The singer's refusal to perf more »


Mean Streets

“The definitive New York movie, and one of the few to successfully integrate rock music into the structure of film: watch Keitel waking to the sound of the Ronettes, or De Niro dancing solo in the street to 'Mickey's Monkey'. Mean Streets is also pure Italian-American. Charlie (Keitel), a punk on the fringes of 'respectable' org more »


Ismael’s Ghosts

The story follows a filmmaker whose life is sent into a tailspin by the return of a former lover just as he is about to embark on the shoot of a new film. more »



"Robert Bresson's 14th film in 40 years, made in 1983. It returns to some of the themes of his earlier work—the notion of stolen grace from 'Pickpocket', the suppression of scenes in favor of a continuous flow of action from 'A Man Escaped'—but there is also a new passion and electricity in Bresson's minimalist images; it nowher more »


Lean on Pete

A teenager gets a summer job working for a horse trainer and befriends the fading racehorse, Lean on Pete. more »


Port of Call

Bergman himself admitted the strong influence of Rossellini and Neo-Realism on this dockside drama, filmed partly on authentic Gothenburg locations. A striking opening sees heroine Jönsson saved from drowning herself, before flashbacks fill out her desperate plight… After spending the night with her and sparking the embers of a more »



12 August 1945, 11 AM. Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. Within a few hours, everything changes. more »



Depicting Ted Kennedy's involvement in the fatal 1969 car accident that claims the life of a young campaign strategist, Mary Jo Kopechne. more »



A look at the life, work and religious heritage of violinist Itzhak Perlman. more »


Strangers on a Train

“Alfred Hitchcock's bizarre, malicious comedy, in which the late Robert Walker brought sportive originality to the role of the chilling wit, dear degenerate Bruno; it's intensely enjoyable--in some ways the best of Alfred Hitchcock's American films. The murder plot is so universally practical that any man may adapt it to his nee more »



A woman returns to the community that shunned her for her attraction to a childhood friend. Once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and sexuality. more »


The Rider

After suffering a near fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. more »


To Joy

"An orchestra violinist's dreams of becoming a celebrated soloist and fears of his own mediocrity get in the way of his marriage to the patient, caring Marta. Played out to the music of Beethoven, Ingmar Bergman's 'To Joy' is a heartbreaking tale of one man's inability to overcome the demons standing in the way of his happiness. more »


Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer

The night before the school festival, things seem to be repeating themselves. Gradually, all the world functions come to a stop, the only ones that are not affected are a select group of student friends. more »


Stranger Than Paradise

“…This three-part road-movie-with-a-difference is shot in long, static black-and-white takes, and features an excellent score that straddles both Screaming Jay Hawkins and Bartok. The story is slight: cool, laconic New Yorker (John) Lurie (of Lounge Lizards fame) reluctantly plays host when his young female cousin arrives on a v more »



“This documentary, by Johanna Hamilton, unpacks a crucial but little-known episode in modern political and journalistic history. On March 8, 1971, eight antiwar activists broke into a small F.B.I. office in the aptly named town of Media, Pennsylvania, and stole files showing that the government was trying to suppress legitimate more »


Ranma 1/2 The Movie: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China

In this action-packed animated adventure from Japan, martial arts master Happosai is one day confronted by an angry girl named Lychee. Years ago, Happosai gave Lychee's great grandmother half of a magic scroll that would bring its bearer happiness. After three generations, the promised second half has yet to appear... more »



"Rootless Hungarian émigré Willie (John Lurie), his pal Eddie (Richard Edson), and visiting sixteen-year-old cousin Eva (Eszter Balint) always manage to make the least of any situation, whether aimlessly traversing the drab interiors and environs of New York City, Cleveland, or an anonymous Florida suburb. With its delicate humo more »



A troubled woman living in an isolated community finds herself pulled between the control of her oppressive family and the allure of a secretive outsider suspected of a series of brutal murders. more »


Quai des Orfèvres

“A stunningly well-made entertainment, this detective film by Henri-Georges Clouzot features the master actor Louis Jouvet in the role of a police inspector. His world is contrasted with that of the music hall, represented by the full-blown, hypersexual Suzy Delair. When this voluptuous slut sings ‘Avec Son Tra-la-la,’ she may m more »


Dead Leaves

Powerhouse anime stalwarts Manga Entertainment and Production I.G (who brought audiences the popular Blood: The Last Vampire) once again team to take Japanese animation lovers on a wild ride with this breakneck futuristic actioner that will have even the most jaded viewers lifting their jaws from floor in disbelief... more »


First Reformed

A former military chaplain is wracked by grief over the death of his son. Mary is a member of his church whose husband, a radical environmentalist, commits suicide, setting the plot in motion. more »


On Chesil Beach

Based on Ian McEwan's novel. In 1962 England, a young couple find their idyllic romance colliding with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure, leading to an awkward and fateful wedding night. more »


Le Corbeau

"Suffocatingly corrosive and misanthropic, this 1943 thriller was shot in occupied France by Henri-Georges Clouzot ('The Wages of Fear'), and its story of a small town terrorized by anonymous poison-pen letters so effectively captures the national paranoia that after the war Clouzot was unjustly persecuted as anti-French. The ou more »


Ponyo (Subbed Version)

A five-year-old boy develops a relationship with Ponyo, a young goldfish princess who longs to become a human after falling in love with him. more »


The Seagull

One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life... more »


Late Spring

“Yasujiro Ozu's 1949 film inaugurated his majestic late period: it's here that he decisively renounces melodrama (and, indeed, most surface action of any kind) and lets his camera settle into the still, long-take contemplation of his gently drawn characters. Setsuko Hara, in the first of many performances for Ozu, plays a young more »


Birdboy: The Forgotten Children

There is light and beauty, even in the darkest of worlds. Winner of Spain's Goya Award for Best Animated Feature (where the director separately won Best Animated Short Film in the same year), Alberto Vázquez's debut feature is a darkly comic, mind-bending fantasy based on his own graphic novel and award-winning short film... more »


Hearts Beat Loud

A father and daughter form an unlikely songwriting duo in the summer before she leaves for college. more »


The Killers

“Robert Siodmak's atmospheric 1946 rendition of Ernest Hemingway's classic short story proved a success for the young Burt Lancaster, playing an ex-fighter who double-crosses the fixers and ends up the target of reprisal. Siodmak evokes an atmosphere of impending disaster, and as the insurance investigator assigned to the case ( more »



A precocious and outspoken Iranian girl grows up during the Islamic Revolution. more »


American Animals

The unbelievable but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most audacious art heists in US history. Determined to live lives that are out of the ordinary, they formulate a daring plan for the perfect robbery, only to discover that the plan has taken on a life of its own. more »


The Catcher Was a Spy

A major league baseball player, Moe Berg, lives a double life working for the Office of Strategic Services. more »


M. Hulot’s Holiday

“The reedy, pipe-smoking Mr. Hulot spends a week's vacation at a slightly battered seaside hotel, where he battles inanimate objects and thinks—long and hard—about flirting with a pretty girl. Jacques Tati's 1953 masterpiece features some of the funniest and loveliest slapstick imaginable, yet it is also a work of impressive for more »



An experience about the highest peaks around the world. more »


Early Summer

“The Mamiya family is seeking a husband for their daughter, Noriko, but she has ideas of her own. Played by the extraordinary Setsuko Hara, Noriko impulsively chooses her childhood friend, at once fulfilling her family's desires and tearing them apart. A seemingly simple story, Early Summer is one of Yasujiro Ozu’s most complex more »



Laura and her son Henry are forced to drive her estranged, pot-dealing, carefree father Jack across country after being kicked out of a nursing home. more »


Thirst (Ingmar Bergman 100)

“Made right after the dissolution of Bergman’s own second marriage, Thirst is an often dazzling tirade against the institution of matrimony. The principal couple, Bertil and Ruth, travel home by train to Sweden from Switzerland, at each other’s throats the whole way. Meanwhile, in Stockholm, Bertil’s former lover, Viola (Birgit more »


Leave No Trace

A father and his thirteen year-old daughter are living in an ideal existence in a vast urban park in Portland, Oregon, when a small mistake derails their lives forever. more »


Sorry To Bother You

In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe. more »


Road House

“Jefferson Robbins (Richard Widmark) owns a roadhouse near the Canadian border that is managed by his playboy buddy Pete Morgan and cashier Susie Smith . After a trip to Chicago, Robbins brings back Lily Stevens (Ida Lupino), a chanteuse with whom he is obviously smitten. When Robbins goes on a hunting trip with some pals and pl more »


The King

Forty years after the death of Elvis Presley, a musical road trip across America in his 1963 Rolls Royce explores how a country boy lost his authenticity and became a king while his country lost her democracy and became an empire. more »


Yellow Submarine

The Beatles agree to accompany Captain Fred in his Yellow Submarine and go to Pepperland to free it from the music hating Blue Meanies. more »


Fantastic Planet

"Nothing else has ever looked or felt like director René Laloux’s animated marvel Fantastic Planet, a politically minded and visually inventive work of science fiction. The film is set on a distant planet called Ygam, where enslaved humans (Oms) are the playthings of giant blue native inhabitants (Draags). After Terr, kept as a more »



Lifelong friends Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal co-wrote and star in this timely and wildly entertaining story about the intersection of race and class, set against the backdrop of a rapidly gentrifying Oakland. more »


Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot

On the rocky path to sobriety after a life-changing accident, John Callahan discovers the healing power of art, willing his injured hands into drawing hilarious, often controversial cartoons, which bring him a new lease on life. more »


Eighth Grade

A teenager tries to survive the last week of her disastrous eighth-grade year before leaving to start high school. more »


Summer Interlude (Ingmar Bergman 100)

“Maj-Britt Nilsson beguiles as an accomplished ballet dancer haunted by her tragic youthful affair with a shy, handsome student (Birger Malmsten). Her memories of the sunny, rocky shores of Stockholm’s outer archipelago mingle with scenes from her gloomy present, most of them set in the dark backstage environs of the theater whe more »


The Set-Up

“One for the Ten Best lists. This is the boxing movie to lick all others, with Ryan impeccable as the ageing fighter gearing up for a bout he's expected to lose; Audrey Totter more »



Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, successfully managed to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan and became the head of the local chapter. more »


Don’t Bother To Knock

"Unusually seedy and small-scale for a Fox picture of 1952, this black-and-white thriller is set over one evening exclusively inside a middle-class urban hotel and the adjoining bar. The bar's singer (Anne Bancroft in her screen debut) breaks up with her sour pilot boyfriend (Richard Widmark), a hotel guest. He responds by flirt more »



Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined. more »


Tokyo Story

“A profoundly stirring evocation of elemental humanity and universal heartbreak, Tokyo Story is the crowning achievement of the unparalleled Yasujiro Ozu. The film, which follows an aging couple’s journey to visit their grown children in bustling postwar Tokyo, surveys the rich and complex world of family life with the director’ more »


Madeline’s Madeline

A theater director's latest project takes on a life of its own when her young star takes her performance too seriously. more »


Skate Kitchen

Camille's life as a lonely suburban teenager changes dramatically when she befriends a group of girl skateboarders. As she journeys deeper into this raw New York City subculture, she begins to understand the true meaning of friendship as well as her inner self.Camille's life as a lonely suburban teenager changes dramatically... more »


Summer with Monika (Ingmar Bergman 100)

“Inspired by the earthy eroticism of Harriet Andersson, Ingmar Bergman had a major international breakthrough with this sensual and ultimately ravaging tale of young love. A girl and boy run away from home to spend a secluded, romantic summer at the beach. Inevitably, it is not long before the pair are forced to return to realit more »


Juliet, Naked

Juliet, Naked is the story of Annie (the long-suffering girlfriend of Duncan) and her unlikely transatlantic romance with once revered, now faded, singer-songwriter, Tucker Crowe, who also happens to be the subject of Duncan's musical obsession. more »


The Bookshop

Set in a small town in 1959 England, it is the story of a woman who decides, against polite but ruthless local opposition, to open a bookshop, a decision which becomes a political minefield. more »


The Wife

A wife questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband, where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. more »


The Last Movie

“...Given carte blanche by Universal after the tremendous commercial success of Easy Rider, Hopper took the money and ran – literally – staging his next directorial adventure at farthest remove from the Hollywood beast. With an entourage in tow that included Kris Kristofferson, Peter Fonda, Michelle Phillips and Samuel Fuller, H more »


Bus Stop

“The film that finally proved Monroe really could act; excellent comedy-drama about innocent cowboy (Murray) who falls for saloon singer and decides to marry her-- without bothering to ask. Fine performances by all, with MM's famed rendition of `(That Old) Black Magic' a highlight. Film debuts of Don Murray and Hope Lange (who s more »


We the Animals

Manny, Joel, and Jonah tear their way through childhood and push against the volatile love of their parents. As Manny and Joel grow into versions of their father and Ma dreams of escape, Jonah embraces an imagined world all on his own. more »


Rendezvous in July

"Lucien loves Nicole, Roger loves Thérèse, and Pierrot loves a laugh, but conflicting relationships and ambitions threaten to derail this group of jazz-crazy young Parisians as they try to build their lives following the catastrophe of World War II." (Rialto) more »


Fahrenheit 11/9

Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out? more »


Love, Gilda

In her own words, comedienne Gilda Radner looks back and reflects on her life and career. Weaving together recently discovered audiotapes, interviews with her friends, rare home movies and diaries read by modern day comediennes (including Amy Poehler), LOVE Gilda offers a unique window into the honest and whimsical... more »


Sawdust and Tinsel

"Ingmar Bergman presents the battle of the sexes as a ramshackle, grotesque carnival in Sawdust and Tinsel, one of the late master's most vivid early works. The story of the charged relationship between a turn-of-the-century traveling circus owner (Ake Grönberg) and his performer girlfriend (Harriet Andersson), the film features more »


Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

Wednesday, September 26 @ 9PM Friday, September 28 @ 8PM* Saturday, September 29 @ 11:30AM * The 9/28 screening is part of Baltimore Japan Art Festival 2018, and will feature an appearance by the original character designer, Yusuke Nakamura. For more information visit more »


The Children Act

As her marriage crumbles, a judge must decide a case involving a teenage boy who is refusing a blood transfusion on religious principle. more »



“Sam Fuller's harsh, obsessional 1960 crime drama is narrated in the style of a comic book gone berserk. Cliff Robertson is the neurotic hero, bent on avenging his father's death by infiltrating and destroying a crime syndicate that operates under the redolent name ‘National Projects.’ Corruption is all-pervasive in this vision more »



Colette is pushed by her husband to write novels under his name. Upon their success, she fights to make her talents known, challenging gender norms. more »


Monsters and Men

The aftermath of a police killing of a black man, told through the eyes of the bystander who filmed the act, an African-American police officer and a high-school baseball phenom inspired to take a stand. more »



“…One of the supreme masterpieces of French cinema… The simple love-story plot involves the marriage of a provincial woman to the skipper of a barge…The sensuality of the characters and the settings, indelibly caught in Boris Kaufman's glistening cinematography, are only part of the film's remarkable poetry….The film is so fully more »


Met Opera: AIDA

In what should be a highlight of the new season, soprano Anna Netrebko sings her first Met Aida, going toe-to-toe with mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili as Amneris. Later in the season, a second star-studded cast takes over, with Sondra Radvanovsky and Dolora Zajick as the leading ladies... more »


The Hate U Give

Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressures from all sides of the community, Starr must find her voice and stand up for what's right.


Free Solo

Follow Alex Honnold as he becomes the first person to ever free solo climb Yosemite's 3,000ft high El Capitan Wall. With no ropes or safety gear, he completed arguably the greatest feat in rock climbing history.


Tea with the Dames

Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith have let the cameras in on a friendship that goes back more than half a century. The four acting greats discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings in the theatre.



“…This stylish 1974 whodunit stars Jack Nicholson (never better) and Faye Dunaway (likewise). A bit abstract, though gorgeously shot (by John Alonzo) and cleverly plotted (by Robert Towne), Polanski's film suggests that the rules of the game are written in some strange, untranslatable language, and that everyone's an alien and, more »


The Happy Prince

The untold story of the last days in the tragic times of Oscar Wilde, a person who observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humor. more »


The Old Man and the Gun

Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker and his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70 to an unprecedented string of heists that confounded authorities and enchanted the public. more »



“Pianist Edouard and his wife Caroline are expected at her uncle's house for a party, but a series of sartorial choices land them in an evening-long argument that threatens to derail Edouard's plans to wow his uncle-in-law's fancy guests with his musical skills.” more »


Met Opera: Samson et Dalila

When mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča and tenor Roberto Alagna joined forces for a new production of Carmen at the Met, the results were electrifying. Now this star duo reunites for another sensual French opera when they open the season in the title roles of Saint-Saëns’s biblical epic Samson et Dalila... more »


Howl’s Moving Castle- Subbed 10/24 + 10/27

When an unconfident young woman is cursed with an old body by a spiteful witch, her only chance of breaking the spell lies with a self-indulgent yet insecure young wizard and his companions in his legged, walking castle. more »


Beautiful Boy

Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse, and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years. more »



Follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 90s-era LA who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.


Howl’s Moving Castle- Dubbed 10/27 only

When an unconfident young woman is cursed with an old body by a spiteful witch, her only chance of breaking the spell lies with a self-indulgent yet insecure young wizard and his companions in his legged, walking castle. more »



Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek sings Puccini’s gun-slinging heroine in this romantic epic of the Wild West, with the heralded return of tenor Jonas Kaufmann in the role of the outlaw she loves. Tenor Yusif Eyvazov also sings some performances. Baritone Željko Lučić is the vigilante sheriff Jack Rance, and Marco Armiliato conducts. more »



“Bergman's first major success…this enchanting comedy of manners assembles a team of couples, ex-couples and would-be couples, and puts them through their paces in a game of love at a country house party during one heady midsummer weekend in 1900. Ruthless towards its characters' amorous pretensions, but extending a kind of iron more »



A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up. more »


Can You Ever Forgive Me?

When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. An adaptation of the memoir Can You Ever Forgive Me?, the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel.



“…A subtly picaresque movie about the wanderings of a semi-destitute American woman. Directing herself, Barbara Loden manages to make the character at once completely convincing in her soggy and directionless amorality, yet gradually sympathetic and even heroic. After a desultory involvement with a bank robber, to whom she becom more »


Boy Erased

The son of a Baptist preacher is forced to participate in a church-supported gay conversion program after being forcibly outed to his parents. more »



”Restored and as relevant as ever, Jean Renoir’s 1937 masterpiece, La Grande Illusion, is a film about common values and decency – the ability in all of us to act with respect and warmth towards those with whom we share bonds stronger and deeper than national boundaries and political divisions. If all that sounds cosy – which, p more »


Met Opera: MARNIE

Composer Nico Muhly unveils his second new opera for the Met with this gripping reimagining of Winston Graham’s novel, set in the 1950s, about a beautiful, mysterious young woman who assumes multiple identities. Director Michael Mayer and his creative team have devised a fast-moving, cinematic world for this exhilarating... more »


Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone

The fate of the world is threatened by seemingly monstrous entities known as Angels. NERV is an organisation set up to counter this threat and it is up to young pilots to protect Earth but exactly what are the real motives behind NERV? more »


Maria by Callas

An intimate look at the life and work of Greek-American opera singer, Maria Callas, as told in her own words. more »



“Max von Sydow and Gunnar Björnstrand are the ascetic Crusader knight and his cynical squire who return from the wars after 10 years to find their country ravaged with plague and the population panicking about the coming apocalypse. The knight is confronted by the cowled figure of Death, who agrees to a game of chess, and lets t more »


Green Book

A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. more »



“French actor-filmmaker Jacques Tati’s 1967 masterpiece still holds up as a feast of subtle sight gags, playful noise and, above all, visual wonders. Tati’s pipe-smoking alter ego Monsieur Hulot (as seen in Mon Oncle and Mr Hulot’s Holiday) takes a back seat here to the director’s intricate, extraordinary and very expensive reco more »


Macross: Do You Remember Love?

In the next century, a reconfiguring ship (think "Transformer" with a pilot) called Macross carries fifty thousand refugees within its hold as it returns to Earth pursued by giant humanoid warriors. A young pilot in the military named Hikaru rescues his idol, the beautiful singer Lynn Minmay, from the giants as they break... more »



A customs officer who can smell fear develops an unusual attraction to a strange traveler while aiding a police investigation which will call into question her entire existence. more »


Mirai- Dubbed

A young boy encounters a magical garden which enables him to travel through time and meet his relatives from different eras, with guidance by his younger sister from the future. more »


Mirai- Subbed

A young boy encounters a magical garden which enables him to travel through time and meet his relatives from different eras, with guidance by his younger sister from the future. more »



”A radiant Simone Signoret dominates Jacques Becker's 1952 film, which is based on a Paris underworld incident of 1898 that is, in some ways, the French parallel to the legend of Frankie and Johnny. Becker emphasized atmospherics at the expense of psychology, which outraged the literary critics of the time and impressed the youn more »


The Castle of Cagliostro

A dashing thief, his gang of desperadoes and an intrepid policeman struggle to free a princess from an evil count's clutches, and learn the hidden secret to a fabulous treasure that she holds part of a key to. more »


The Favourite

In early 18th century England, a frail Queen Anne (Colman) occupies the throne and her close friend Lady Sarah (Weisz) governs the country in her stead. When a new servant Abigail (Stone) arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah.



“Aptly titled — a lush, melodramatic portrait of seduction and betrayal, decadence and deceit in the midst of Italy's resistance to Austrian occupation in the mid-19th century, revealing Luchino Visconti at his most baroque and the Italian cinema at its most spectacular (1953). A fine tragic performance by Alida Valli and surpri more »


Spirited Away

During her family's move to the suburbs, a sullen 10-year-old girl wanders into a world ruled by gods, witches, and spirits, and where humans are changed into beasts. more »


Mary Queen of Scots

Mary Stuart's attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I, Queen of England, finds her condemned to years of imprisonment before facing execution. more »


Vox Lux

An unusual set of circumstances brings unexpected success to a pop star. more »



Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Michael Mayer’s richly textured new production, featuring a dazzling 18th-century setting that changes with the seasons. Soprano Diana Damrau plays the tragic heroine, Violetta, and tenor Juan Diego Flórez returns to the Met for the first time in five seasons to sing the role of Alfredo... more »



“…Two men on a fishing trip pick up a mass-murdering (hitch-hiker), and are forced at gunpoint to drive him through Mexico until the fatal moment when he no longer needs them. Absolutely assured in her creation of the bleak, noir atmosphere - whether in the claustrophobic confines of the car, or lost in the arid expanses of the more »



A secret military project endangers Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psychic psychopath that only two teenagers and a group of psychics can stop. more »


Ben Is Back

19 year-old Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) unexpectedly returns home to his family's suburban home on Christmas Eve morning. Ben's mother, Holly (Julia Roberts), is relieved and welcoming but wary of her son staying clean. Over a turbulent 24 hours, new truths are revealed, and a mother's undying love for her son is tested as she... more »


Female Trouble

"Female Trouble is a simply Divine living Tabloid Epic of Teenage Psycho Freaks on the Rampage, wallowing in a life of Crime and Glamour! The supreme Magic of Divine is at its highest, fever pitch in this walloping hit of High Art genius from Baltimore’s Finest: Mr. Waters. (made in Baltimore by real Baltimorons).” (George “Drib more »


If Beale Street Could Talk

A woman in Harlem desperately scrambles to prove her fiancé innocent of a crime while carrying their first child.


The Thin Man

“Dashiell Hammett's fifth and last novel was something of a departure in that it was less a hardboiled thriller than a spray of sophisticated banter in which nobody - least of all detective Nick Charles and his delightful Nora - took the tough guy ethos very seriously. With Powell and Loy fitting the roles to perfection, the fil more »


Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable

"Described as a poet, an athlete, or a philosopher of photography, Garry Winogrand harnessed the serendipity of the streets to capture the American 1960s and ‘70s. His Leica M4 snapped spontaneous images of everyday people, from the Mad Men era of New York to the early years of the Women’s Movement to post-Golden Age Hollywood, more »


The Upside

A comedic look at the relationship between a wealthy man with quadriplegia and an unemployed man with a criminal record who's hired to help him. more »


Falbalas aka Paris Frills

“Becker’s third feature... made in 1944, his last under the Occupation, was also his first masterwork. The contours of its story...are surprisingly close to those of Phantom Thread : the suave, sardonic Raymond Rouleau plays Philippe Clarence, a successful, middle-aged Parisian designer (and a serial philanderer) whose mansion i more »



Soprano Anna Netrebko joins the ranks of Renata Tebaldi, Montserrat Caballé, and Renata Scotto, taking on—for the first time at the Met—the title role of the real-life French actress who dazzled 18th-century audiences with her on-and offstage passion. The soprano is joined by tenor Piotr Beczała as Adriana's lover, Maurizio... more »



In "A Star Is Born," Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga fuse their considerable talents to depict the raw and passionate tale of Jack and Ally, two artistic souls coming together, on stage and in life. Theirs is a complex journey through the beauty and the heartbreak of a relationship struggling to survive... more »


A Night at the Opera

"The script's generally great, Dumont's completely great, and the Brothers get to perform some of their most irresistible routines - the stateroom scene and all.” more »


They Live

“John Nada is grouchy because ever since he arrived in Los Angeles from Colorado, there's been nothing but trouble. People are rude, he lives on a campsite, and then the place is demolished by the cops. Things get worse when he happens across a hidden stash of special sunglasses. Donning a pair, his vision is literally reduced t more »


Cold War

Cold War is a passionate love story between a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris... more »


Stan & Ollie

Laurel and Hardy, the world's most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song - a grueling theatre tour of post-war Britain. more »


When You Read This Letter

“Sex, religion, and blackmail feed the cauldron of this early thriller from Jean-Pierre Melville, the French cinema’s preeminent misanthrope. A young novitiate (Juliette Greco) is called home to watch over her younger sister (Irene Galter) after their parents are killed in a car accident, and when the sister is raped by a handso more »


Met Opera: CARMEN

Mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine reprises her remarkable portrayal of opera’s ultimate seductress, a triumph in her 2017 debut performances, with impassioned tenors Yonghoon Lee and Roberto Alagna as her lover, Don José. Omer Meir Wellber and Louis Langrée share conducting duties for Sir Richard Eyre’s powerful production... more »


Secrets of Women

(1952 Ingmar Bergman) “A film of marvelous moments...three women friends recall significant moments in their marriages as they await the arrival of their menfolk on an island summer home, while the elopement plans of a younger generation adds counterpoint....The final story, which finds sniping Dahlbeck and pompous Björnstrand more »


Sansho The Bailiff

”This is one of the greats, and I'm too much in awe of it to say much more than: See it—as often as you can. Kenji Mizoguchi's 1954 film is the story of a family torn apart by political upheavals in 11th-century Japan—the children sold into slavery, the mother made a courtesan, the father lost. Mizoguchi looks out on utter devas more »



A politically-charged fable, featuring mostly non-professional actors, about a child who launches a lawsuit against his parents. more »


Where The Sidewalk Ends

“A weatherbeaten Andrews gives one of his finest performances as Detective Mark Dixon, a belligerent cop whose father was a crook and whose roughhouse tactics appall his bosses. He's a good man at heart, but the fates are against him and his behaviour becomes closer and closer to that of the father he abhorred. Mobster Merrill i more »



A man stranded in the Arctic after an airplane crash must decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his makeshift camp or to embark on a deadly trek through the unknown in hopes of making it out alive. more »


Never Look Away

German artist Kurt Barnert has escaped East Germany and now lives in West Germany, but is tormented by his childhood under the Nazis and the GDR-regime. more »


The Ladykillers

“Mackendrick and Ealing's resident American writer William Rose had already collaborated on The Maggie when they came together again for this, the last, most enduring and best known of all the studio's comedies, in which the sheer blackness of the central concept is barely disguised by the accomplished farce which surrounds it. more »


Jackie Chan Police Story (1985)

“Jackie Chan’s Police Story is one of the great 1980s action films. It’s also one of the most 1980s action films. It’s a bundle of cop-on-the- edge clichés that climaxes with Chan’s Hong Kong policeman hero at war with both his by-the-book superior officers and the crime lord villain who remains stubbornly beyond the law’s reach more »


The Invisibles

The Invisibles is a testament to the resourcefulness, willpower and sheer chance needed to survive against incredible odds. more »


Touchez Pas Au Grisbi

”...An ageing and weary Gabin attempts to retire after one last robbery. Instead he finds himself in a world of moody double- crosses. Becker's film, full of neat angles and delightful little bits of business, is laconic and admirably methodical. If its code of honour and its world of safe houses (and the absence of any police) more »


Birds of Passage

During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture. more »


Everybody Knows

Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However, the trip is upset by unexpected events that bring secrets into the open. more »


Wild Strawberries

“One of Bergman's warmest, and therefore finest films, this concerns an elderly academic - grouchy, introverted, dried up emotionally - who makes a journey to collect a university award, and en route relives his past by means of dreams, imagination, and encounters with others. It's an occasionally over-symbolic work… but it's fi more »


The Pledge- 3/14 only!

Three friends get the chance to live the college dream when they're invited to join an elite fraternity-but first they'll have to survive the hazing from hell more »


Ruben Brandt, Collector

A psychotherapist suffers violent nightmares inspired by legendary works of art. Four of his patients, expert thieves, offer to steal the works, since he believes that once he owns them, the nightmares will disappear. He becomes a wanted criminal know as "The Collector". Who will dare to catch him and his gang? more »



When a man flees France after the Nazi invasion, he assumes the identity of a dead author whose papers he possesses. Stuck in Marseilles, he meets a young woman desperate to find her missing husband - the very man he's impersonating. more »


Hard Eight

“A pared-down crime thriller set mainly in Reno, this first feature by writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson is impressive for its lean and unblemished storytelling, but even more so for its performances. Especially good is Philip Baker Hall…In his role as a smooth professional gambler who befriends a younger man (John C. Reilly) more »



Franco Rosso's incendiary Babylon follows a young dancehall DJ (Brinsley Forde, frontman of landmark British reggae group Aswad) in South London as he pursues his musical ambitions, battling fiercely against the racism and xenophobia of employers, neighbors, police, and the National Front. more »



“What can you say about a 69-minute grade-Z production from 1945 starring a catatonic unknown (Tom Neal) and the most metaphysically distressing actress ever to grace an American film (Ann Savage) that takes place mainly in front of a rear projection screen and a progression of minimally rendered motel rooms and roadside diners more »



Chance events trap hitch-hiker Al Roberts in a tightening net of film noir trouble. more »


The Mustang

MUSTANG tells the story of Roman Coleman, a violent convict, who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training of wild mustangs. more »


Hummingbird Project

A pair of high-frequency traders go up against their old boss in an effort to make millions in a fiber-optic cable deal. more »


The Aftermath

Post World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the German who previously owned the house. more »


Met Opera: Die Walküre

In what is expected to be a Wagnerian event for the ages, soprano Christine Goerke plays Brünnhilde, Wotan’s willful warrior daughter, who loses her immortality in opera’s most famous act of filial defiance. Tenor Stuart Skelton and soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek play the incestuous twins Siegmund and Sieglinde... more »


The Band Wagon

“One of Minnelli's best musicals, with an ingenious book which has Buchanan as a highbrow producer trying to turn Astaire's comeback show into an art house 'Faust', while Astaire and Charisse are meantime resolving the problem of whether their dancing styles can meld into a partnership. More importantly, it parades a stream of b more »


Apollo 11

A look at the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin. more »


The Public

An act of civil disobedience turns into a standoff with police when homeless people in Cincinnati take over the public library to seek shelter from the bitter cold. more »


King Creole

“Curtiz's intelligent, austere, film noir-ish direction provides the perfect antidote to the occasional excesses of a script based on a Harold Robbins novel and an ideal complement to Presley's performance as a street hustler who forges himself a magnetic rebel image through his music. The sequence in which he sings 'If you're l more »


Amazing Grace

A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972. more »



Diane fills her days helping others and desperately attempting to bond with her drug-addicted son. As these pieces of her existence begin to fade, she finds herself confronting memories she'd sooner forget than face. more »



A young girl grows up to become a strong and fearless woman in Budapest before World War I. more »


The Best of Enemies

Civil rights activist Ann Atwater faces off against C.P. Ellis, Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, in 1971 Durham, North Carolina over the issue of school integration. more »


The Brink

THE BRINK is a fly-on-the-wall chronicle of embattled former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's global mission to spread extreme nationalism. more »


Young Mr. Lincoln

“One of John Ford's most memorable films, and not at all the tedious bummer that the title might suggest. The film is an embroidery on an actual murder trial in which Lincoln was the defense lawyer. Henry Fonda, in one of his best early performances, is funny and poignant as the drawling, awkward young hero…” (Pauline Kael) more »


Her Smell

A self-destructive punk rocker struggles with sobriety while trying to recapture the creative inspiration that led her band to success. more »


High Life

A father and his daughter struggle to survive in deep space where they live in isolation. more »


The Magician

“Known in Sweden as The Face, Ingmar Bergman's 1958 film operates on the principle that illusion and reality, the darkly irrational and mysterious and the brightly rational and obvious, both possess an enormous power over the soul and mind of man. Set in the 19th century, it's one of Bergman's most tightly structured and frighte more »



Kate Stone is career-focused, and enjoys her life that way. Her brash attitude keeps relationships at arm's length, making her an outcast in her own right. more »


The Chaperone

In the early 1920s, a Kansas woman finds her life forever changed when she accompanies a young dancer on her fame-seeking journey to New York City. more »



“….It's set in a highly fanciful Buenos Aires, where a professional gambler (Glenn Ford) goes to work for a casino owner (George Macready) who then marries the gambler's old flame (Rita Hayworth), thereby setting off the sickest and weirdest bout of repressed love and hatred (both hetero- and bisexual) you ever saw. And Hayworth more »


Ask Dr. Ruth

A documentary portrait chronicling the incredible life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist. As her 90th birthday approaches, Dr. Ruth revisits her painful past and her career at the forefront of the sexual revolution. more »


Red Joan

The story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy. more »



“George Cukor's masterful 1938 film of Philip Barry's play about a society girl (Katharine Hepburn) who falls for her sister's charming, eccentric fiance (Cary Grant). The light comedy achieves perfection, but beneath it lies Cukor's serious concern for the ways in which we choose to live our lives. There are a thousand nonconfo more »


The White Crow

Young Rudolf Nureyev becomes a top ballet dancer in Russia, but a life-changing visit to Paris soon makes him seek asylum in France. more »



Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. more »


Wild Nights With Emily

Dramatization of the little known side of the writer Emily Dickinson's life, in particular, her relationship with another woman. more »



Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the classic John Dexter production of Poulenc’s devastating story of faith and martyrdom. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila, a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress. more »


The General

”…Buster Keaton’s timeless 1926 silent The General is the perfect chase movie: it has never been bettered, and maybe never will. Keaton plays a train driver during the American civil war who loses both his beloved steam engine The General and his estranged fiancée (Marion Mack) to a troupe of Northern spies. Overcoming impedimen more »


Trial By Fire

The tragic and controversial story of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was executed in Texas for killing his three children after scientific evidence and expert testimony that bolstered his claims of innocence were suppressed. more »


A Story From Chikamatsu

“A sublime, perfectly modulated story of doomed love between a merchant's wife and a servant, set in 17th-century Japan and drawn from the repertory of Japan's puppet theater, the Bunraku. Kenji Mizoguchi's 1954 film has the most imaginative sound track of any of his films, and while the story lacks the awesome power of his Uget more »



On the eve of their high school graduation, two academic superstars and best friends realize they should have worked less and played more. Determined not to fall short of their peers, the girls try to cram four years of fun into one night. more »



Set in the Parisian publishing world, an editor and an author find themselves in over their heads, as they cope with a middle-age crisis, the changing industry and their wives. more »



A struggling street photographer in Mumbai, pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develop a connection that transforms them in ways they could not expect. more »


I Am Cuba

“….A black-and-white wonderment that tells the story of the revolution with squealing trumpets, restless drums and astonishing cinematography. It is a story told with everyday heroes laboring in smoky dance halls and dusty fields, and with villains like Batista and the United Fruit Company. Mostly, though, it is a story told wit more »


All Is True

A look at the final days in the life of renowned playwright William Shakespeare. more »


The Souvenir

A young film student in the early 80s becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man. more »


The Virgin Spring

"One of the few films that Ingmar Bergman directed but did not write, this 1960 feature recounts a 14th-century Swedish legend on the abundance of God's grace. The period details are magnificently worked into the narrative, and the pace and economy of the tortured Swede's storytelling make his metaphysics infinitely easier to ta more »


The Tomorrow Man

Ed Hemsler spends his life preparing for a disaster that may never come. Ronnie Meisner spends her life shopping for things she may never use. In a small. These two people will try to find love. more »


The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice

“Beginning in light-hearted mood with four women deceiving their husbands to go drinking at a spa, this exquisite Ozu film gradually turns dark as it charts the marital crisis of one of the women and her taciturn husband. At once a study of the shortcomings and strengths of the arranged marriage, and an exploration of what const more »


The Dead Don’t Die

The peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling a zombie horde as the dead start rising from their graves. more »


The Fall of the American Empire

A shy and insecure delivery truck driver accidentally arrives on the scene of a major crime and happens to pick up two bags of cash and hides them in his truck. Only the help of a prostitute and a former biker who came out of jail might get him out of trouble. more »



“Magnificent romantic-gothic corn, full of Alfred Hitchcock's humor and inventiveness…Joan Fontaine gives one of her rare really fine performances--she makes her character's shyness deeply charming. And with Judith Anderson, George Sanders, and Florence Bates--all three showing their flair for playing rotten people….” (Pauline K more »


Echo In The Canyon

A look at the roots of the historic music scene in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon featuring the music of iconic music groups such as The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, and The Mamas and the Papas. more »


It’s a Gift

“It's a masterpiece, and Fields' definitive study in the horrors of small town family life. Every person and thing around causes sublime winces of irritation, from the town's horrid disabled citizen Mr Muckle, and a passing insurance salesman looking for 'Karl LaFong', to a squeaking hammock and a rolling coconut. And Fields hi more »



“This 1930 feature was Josef von Sternberg's first American film with Marlene Dietrich, and some purists might declare it the best; certainly the visual exoticism is thick enough to taste—in layers yet. Gary Cooper at his most effective costars as a foreign legionnaire who wins Dietrich's heart, and Adolphe Menjou plays a wealth more »



The story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook on charter boats, who became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989. more »


Ministry of Fear

“This is a wonderfully atmospheric, almost expressionistic thriller, packed with memorable moments: the jolly village fête ominously taking place at night; the open door of the railway carriage and the muted tapping which heralds the arrival of the blind man out of a cloud of steam; the rat-like tailor using an enormous pair of more »


Wild Rose

Wild Rose tells the complicated story of Rose-Lynn, a woman on a quest to become a country music star, while also grappling with the responsibilities of being recently released from prison and a young mother of two children. more »


The Big Clock

“Excellent noir thriller in which crime-journalist Milland, innocently involved with a girl subsequently murdered by his megalomaniac boss (Charles) Laughton, is then commissioned by Laughton to find the culprit. When he himself becomes the framed suspect, the trap seems closed... With strong performances (especially Laughton a more »


The Art of Self Defense

After he’s attacked on the street at night by a roving motorcycle gang, timid bookkeeper Casey (Jesse Eisenberg) joins a neighborhood karate studio to learn how to protect himself. Under the watchful eye of a charismatic instructor, Sensei (Alessandro Nivola), and hardcore brown belt Anna (Imogen Poots), Casey gains a newfound s more »


Kiss Me Deadly

“Robert Aldrich’s flamboyant and hectic 1955 film noir opens with a pre-credit sequence that announces its blend of sexual voracity, sadism, found poetry, sharp-edged performances, and visual invention. The story is adapted from a pulp novel by Mickey Spillane, and its detective, the brutish Mike Hammer (played by Ralph Meeker) more »


The Farewell

The film follows a Chinese family who, when they discover their beloved Grandmother has only a short while left to live, decide to keep her in the dark and schedule an impromptu wedding to gather before she passes. Billi, feeling like a fish out of water in her home country, struggles with the family's decision to hide the trut more »


Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love

Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is renowned filmmaker Nick Broomfield's most personal and romantic film of his storied career. The documentary starts on the Greek island of Hydra in 1960, where Leonard Cohen, then a struggling and unknown fiction writer, and Marianne Ihlen, a single mother with a young son, became part of a more »


Vera Cruz

“A brash, lively, and totally appealing Western about a couple of American adventurers - Cooper, a decent but cynical Southern gentleman, and Lancaster, a supremely conniving crook - getting involved with Maximilian's imperial court and the Juarez revolutionaries in 1860s Mexico…..Beautifully shot by Ernest Laszlo, it conjures u more »


Sword of Trust

When Cynthia & Mary (Jillian Bell & Michaela Watkins) show up to collect Cynthia's inheritance from her deceased grandfather, the only item she's received is an antique sword that was believed by her grandfather to be proof that the South won the Civil War. The two attempt to unload the object to a curmudgeonly pawnshop owner more »


Cry of the City

“Atmosphere is everything in this 1948 remake of Manhattan Melodrama, with Victor Mature and Richard Conte replacing William Powell and Clark Gable as the two slum pals who grow up on opposite sides of the law. Director Robert Siodmak was in many ways the reference point for film noir in the 40s…his style was one of the most st more »


David Crosby: Remember My Name

You thought you knew him. Meet David Crosby now in this portrait of a man with everything but an easy retirement on his mind. With unflinching honesty, self-examination, regret, fear, exuberance and an unshakable belief in family and the transformative nature of music, Crosby shares his often challenging journey. more »


Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

This artful and intimate meditation on the legendary story- teller examines her life, her works and the powerful themes she has confronted throughout her literary career. more »


Ride Lonesome

“One of the best of the Boetticher/Scott Westerns, bleaker but not too distant in mood from the autumnal resignation of Peckinpah's Ride the High Country, as Scott's ageing lawman lets time catch up with him…It’s deviously structured as an odyssey of cross-purposes in which Scott captures a young gunman and proceeds to take him more »



“…The film's protagonist is Nomi, a fiercely independent…doll-like creature who arrives in Las Vegas lost, with no family, no friends and a CV consisting exclusively of straight-talking and lap dancing. Soon, her ability to arouse piques the attention of Cristal Connors, performed by the wickedly absurd Gi more »


Where’d You Go, Bernadette

Based on the runaway bestseller, Where'd You Go, Bernadette is an inspiring comedy about Bernadette Fox (Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett), a loving mom who becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing herself for her family. Bernadette's leap of faith takes her on an epic adventure tha more »



It's been ten years since Amy and Peter Edgar (Naomi Watts and Tim Roth) adopted their son from war-torn Eritrea, and they thought the worst was behind them. Luce Edgar (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) has become an all-star student beloved by his community in Arlington, Virginia. His African American teacher, Harriet Wilson (Octavia Spenc more »


Tel Aviv on Fire

Israel / Palestine, today. Salam, a charming 30-year-old Palestinian living in Jerusalem, works as a trainee on the Palestinian popular soap opera "Tel Aviv on Fire", produced in Ramallah. Every day, to reach the TV studios, Salam has to go through a rather difficult Israeli checkpoint. There he meets the commander of the checkp more »


Mikey & Nicky

“Nicky (John Cassavetes), a small-time gangster, is holed up in a Philadelphia flophouse, hiding from a hit man. His lifelong friend and Mob companion, Mikey (Peter Falk), shows up to help him out—or to sell him out. In the course of their apocalyptic overnight ramble, the two men act out a lifetime of unresolved passions, pett more »


The Peanut Butter Falcon

A modern Mark Twain style adventure story, THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON tells the story of Zak (Zack Gottsagen), a young man with Down syndrome, who runs away from a residential nursing home to follow his dream of attending the professional wrestling school of his idol, The Salt Water Redneck (Thomas Haden Church). A strange turn of more »


Shanghai Express

”Irresistibly enjoyable. Marlene Dietrich gets to deliver what is perhaps her most memorable line: ‘It took more than one man to change my name to Shanghai Lily.’ In this glossy mixture of sex and intrigue, Shanghai Lily and her exquisitely stoic beloved (Clive Brook) fall into the hands of sinister Chinese revolutionaries led b more »


After the Wedding

Isabel (Michelle Williams) has dedicated her life to working with the children in an orphanage in Calcutta. Theresa (Julianne Moore) is the multimillionaire head of a media company who lives with her artist husband (Billy Crudup) and their twin boys in New York. When word comes to Isabel of a mysterious and generous grant for th more »


Jay Myself

JAY MYSELF documents the monumental move of renowned photographer and artist, Jay Maisel, who, in February 2015 after forty-eight years, begrudgingly sold his home--the 36,000 square-foot, 100-year-old landmark building in Manhattan known simply as "The Bank." Through the intimate lens of filmmaker and Jay's protégé, noted artis more »


Criss Cross

“Wonderfully seedy tale of betrayal and obsession from superb noir-thriller stylist Siodmak. Beautifully shot and scripted, it bears more than a slight resemblance to the same director's The Killers. Again Lancaster is the fall guy, an armoured-car payroll guard still brooding over his ex-wife, who has taken up with gangster Sl more »


Brittany Runs a Marathon

Brittany Forgler is a hilarious, friendly, hot mess of a New Yorker who always knows how to have a good time, but at 27, her late-night adventures and early-morning walks-of-shame are starting to catch up to her. When she stops by a Yelp-recommended doctor's office in an attempt to score some Adderall, she finds herself slapped more »



“Seattle, 1984. Taking their camera to the streets of what was supposedly America’s most livable city, filmmaker Martin Bell, photographer Mary Ellen Mark, and journalist Cheryl McCall set out to tell the stories of those society had left behind: homeless and runaway teenagers living on the city’s margins. Born from a Life magaz more »


Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

JOIN US TO WELCOME PRODUCER NICOLE LONDON FOR A Q&A AFTER THE 6:50 P.M. SHOWS ON 9/13 AND 9/14! Miles Davis: Horn player, bandleader, innovator. Miles was a singular force of nature, the very embodiment of cool. The central theme of Miles Davis' life, and of this film is Davis' restless determination to break boundaries and liv more »



“A beautifully observed, beautifully performed offbeat comedy. The story is slim: milkman Melvin Dummar (Paul Le Mat) picks up a grouchy old hobo in the Nevada desert one night, lends him a quarter while disbelieving his claim to be Howard Hughes, and then returns to a mundane life of work, divorce, remarriage, and failed songw more »


Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles

The origin story behind one of Broadway's most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof, and its creative roots in early 1960s New York, when "tradition" was on the wane as gender roles, sexuality, race relations and religion were evolving. more »


Official Secrets

The true story of a British whistleblower who leaked information to the press about an illegal NSA spy operation designed to push the UN Security Council into sanctioning the 2003 invasion of Iraq. more »


1900 (Part 1)

“…The movie`s saga begins in 1901, with a town crier sobbing out the news of Giuseppe Verdi`s death, and then proceeds on a grand operatic scale to the end of World War II. Its principals are two men, born on the same day that Verdi died and on the same Northern Italian estate. Alfredo (Robert De Niro) is a member of the landed more »



Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts. more »



On a faraway mountaintop, eight kids with guns watch over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow. more »


1900 (Part 2)

“…The movie`s saga begins in 1901, with a town crier sobbing out the news of Giuseppe Verdi`s death, and then proceeds on a grand operatic scale to the end of World War II. Its principals are two men, born on the same day that Verdi died and on the same Northern Italian estate. Alfredo (Robert De Niro) is a member of the landed more »



AQUARELA takes audiences on a deeply cinematic journey through the transformative beauty and raw power of water. Filmed at a rare 96 frames-per-second, the film is a visceral wake-up call that humans are no match for the sheer force and capricious will of Earth's most precious element. From the precarious frozen waters of Russia more »



“Reissued in a new digital print, Jim Jarmusch’s deliciously deadpan third feature (first released in 1986) looks more than ever like a milestone in American independent cinema….On a sweaty night in New Orleans, three mismatched oddballs – DJ Zack (Tom Waits), hipster pimp Jack (John Lurie) and stray Italian tourist Roberto (Rob more »


El Camino A Breaking Bad Movie

In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future. more »


First Love

The film is the prolific auteur, Takashi Miike, at his most fun and anarchic, a noir-tinged yakuza film blending genres in the story of a young boxer and a call girl, who fall passionately in love while getting innocently caught up in a drug-smuggling scheme over the course of one night in Tokyo. more »


Where’s My Roy Cohn?

Roy Cohn personified the dark arts of American politics, turning empty vessels into dangerous demagogues - from Joseph McCarthy to his final project, Donald J. Trump. This thriller-like exposé connects the dots, revealing how a deeply troubled master manipulator shaped our current American nightmare. more »



“Jack Hazan’s A Bigger Splash stands between documentary and fictional film, reality and fantasy. Following influential pop artist David Hockney in a particularly uncreative period in the early 1970s as his relationship with muse Peter Schlesinger deteriorates, the film is ostensibly a portrait of the artist as an uninspired man more »


Met Opera: Turandot (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Puccini’s Turandot, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, October 12. Franco Zeffirelli’s spectacular production returns to cinemas, with Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Met’s Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer Music Director, conducting his first Puccini opera with more »


Pain and Glory

A film director reflects on the choices he's made in life as past and present come crashing down around him. more »



“One of the strangest and most mercurial movies ever made in Hollywood. A veritable salad of mixed genres and emotional textures, this exciting black-and-white cold war thriller runs more than two hours and never flags for an instant. Produced by director John Frankenheimer and screenwriter George Axelrod, the film was made with more »


Met Opera: Manon (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Massenet’s Manon, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, October 26.  Massenet’s tale of passion, excess, and their consequences stars rising soprano Lisette Oropesa in the effervescent title role.  Tenor Michael Fabiano is her ardent admirer, Chevalier des more »



“Alongside The Bride of Frankenstein, Whale's greatest film, a masterly mixture of macabre humour and effectively gripping suspense. A very simple story - a group of travellers stranded by a storm take shelter in the sinister, unwelcoming Femm household, a gloomy mansion peopled by maniacs and murderers - allows Whale to concent more »



Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, HARRIET tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. more »



“The village baker cannot work because he laments his wife's departure with a stupid, sexy shepherd; the villagers, who want their bread, organize to bring her back. Raimu's baker is an acting classic-a true tragicomic hero-and it's easy to agree with Orson Welles, who cited this comedy as proof that ‘a story and an actor, both more »



Three generations grappling with a life-changing experience during one day of a vacation in Sintra, Portugal, a historic town known for its dense gardens and fairy-tale villas and palaces. more »



“With the possible exception of Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story, this 1937 drama by Leo McCarey is the greatest movie ever made about the plight of the elderly. (It flopped at the box office, but when McCarey accepted an Oscar for The Awful Truth, released the same year, he rightly pointed out that he was getting it for the wrong pic more »


Met Opera: Madama Butterfly (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, November 9.  Anthony Minghella’s vividly cinematic staging returns to cinemas, featuring soprano Hui He in the devastating title role.  Pier Giorgio Morandi conducts one of opera’s most beaut more »



“Kon Ichikawa's 1963 masterpiece, one of the most dazzling and stylistically audacious Japanese films ever made, has to be seen to be believed—though in Japan, interestingly enough, it's never been regarded as anything but a potboiler…. The hero is a Kabuki female impersonator out to avenge the death of his parents, and the plot more »


Met Opera: Akhnaten (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, November 23.  Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines American composer Philip Glass’s transcendent contemporary creation, with Karen Kamensek conducting.  Phelim McDermott’s stunning produ more »



“Mr. Klein…is a cool, elegantly dressed movie…It’s the story of the dandyish Robert Klein (Alain Delon), a successful upper-class entrepreneur whose life in the Nazi-occupied Paris of 1942 is probably not much different than it was before the war, except that he doesn't hesitate to deal in objets d'art being sold by Jewish refug more »



“Grave and witty by turns, Dreams develops into a probing study of the psychology of desire. Susanne (Eva Dahlbeck), head of a modeling agency, takes her protégée Doris (Harriet Andersson) to a fashion show in Göteborg, where Susanne makes contact with a former lover, and Doris finds herself pursued by a married dignitary (Gunna more »



“A lasting testament to both rap pioneer / nightclub comic par excellence Rudy Ray Moore and the sun-bleached, smog-covered vistas of ‘70s L.A., Dolemite remains one of blaxploitation’s greatest achievements. more »



“A seldom-shown, strikingly atypical film by Ingmar Bergman, this is a broad, rather heavy farce in which Don Juan is sent by the devil to seduce that paragon of Swedish respectability, a country parson's daughter. The first part of the film, set in a stylized hell, is a witty, arch symposium on seduction techniques, as Don Juan more »


Met Opera: Wozzeck (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Berg’s Wozzeck, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, January 11.  Berg’s 20th-century shocker stars baritone Peter Mattei in the title role, with Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium and soprano Elza van den Heever as the long-suffering Marie. more »


Met Opera: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, February 1.  The Gershwins’ modern American masterpiece has its first Met performances in almost three decades, starring bass-baritone Eric Owens and soprano Angel Blue in the title roles. more »


Met Opera: Agrippina (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Handel’s Agrippina, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, February 29.  As the imperious title empress, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato leads the Met premiere of Handel’s tale of deception and deceit. Harry Bicket conducts Sir David McVicar’s wry new productio more »


Met Opera: Der Fliegende Holländer (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holländer, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, March 14.  Sir Bryn Terfel returns to the Met for the first time since 2012, as the mysterious seafarer searching for salvation.  Director François Girard, whose mesmerizing production more »


Met Opera: Tosca (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Puccini’s Tosca, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, April 11.  Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko appears in her 16th Live in HD transmission, taking on the soaring title diva of Puccini’s grand melodrama. Bertrand de Billy conducts Sir David McVicar’s evoc more »


Met Opera: Maria Stuarda (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, May 9.  A pseudo-historical opera about Mary, Queen of Scots, and her bitter rivalry with Queen Elizabeth I, Donizetti’s drama thrills with intense stand-offs and impressive vocal displays.  S more »