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The Fabelmans

Growing up in post-World War II era Arizona, a young man named Sammy Fabelman discovers a shattering family secret and explores how the power of films can help him see the truth. more »


High and Low

Akira Kurosawa’s urban thriller is still, in a way, a samurai film. Toshiro Mifune plays a corporate executive embroiled in a high-stakes takeover deal when kidnappers snatch his chauffeur’s son thinking that the boy is his son. Does he pay the ransom, scuttling his plans, or risk letting the bo more »


The Banshees of Inisherin

Two lifelong friends find themselves at an impasse when one abruptly ends their relationship, with alarming consequences for both of them. more »


The Menu

A young couple travels to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises. more »


She Said

Two-time Academy Award® nominee Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman, An Education) and Zoe Kazan (The Plot Against America limited series, The Big Sick) star as New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, who together broke one of the most important stories in a generation--a story that helped propel the #Metoo move more »



Set in the international world of classical music, the film centers on Lydia Tár. widely considered one of the greatest living composer/conductors and first-ever female chief conductor of a major German orchestra. more »


The Inspection

Rejected by his mother, a young gay man finds unexpected strength, camaraderie and support after he joins the Marines. more »


The Leather Boys

It’s absolutely shocking that Sidney Furie’s charismatic slice of British “kitchen sink” realism isn’t better known here. Rita Tushingham and Colin Campbell play a young couple. She loves him. He loves her, his motorcycle, and going for rides with his mates. After marrying maybe a bit too soon, cracks begin to show, egged on sly more »


Spoiler Alert

The story of Michael Ausiello and Kit Cowan's relationship that takes a tragic turn when Cowan is diagnosed with terminal cancer. more »


Come and See

One of the scant handful of war films that can’t be said to glamorize war. Elem Klimov’s masterful epic follows a young Belarussian farmboy (Aleksei Kravchenko) as he joins the partisans fighting the Nazi invasion of his country during World War II. There are no big battle scenes, no bonhomie, just a panorama of violence and hor more »


Puts & Pierce’s THE HOURS

Renée Fleming makes her highly anticipated return to the Met in the world-premiere production of Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Kevin Puts’s The Hours, adapted from Michael Cunningham’s acclaimed novel. more »


Empire of Light

A romance develops in a beautiful old cinema on the south coast of England in the 1980s. more »


Fanny and Alexander

Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling bourgeois clan in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Sweden. Ingmar Bergman intended Fanny and Alexander as his swan song, and it is the legendary director’s warmest and most autobiographical film, a four-time Academy more »


I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Discovered by record executive Clive Davis, Whitney Houston rises from obscurity to international fame in the 1980s to become one of the greatest singers of her generation. more »


The Whale

An obese and reclusive English teacher tries to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption. more »



Decadence, depravity and outrageous excess lead to the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers in 1920s Hollywood. more »


Women Talking

Women in an isolated religious colony struggle to reconcile with their faith after a series of sexual assaults. more »


Giordano’s FEDORA

Umberto Giordano’s exhilarating drama returns to the Met repertory for the first time in 25 years. Packed with memorable melodies, showstopping arias, and explosive confrontations, Fedora requires a cast of thrilling voices to take flight. more »



Wagner’s soaring masterpiece makes its triumphant return to the Met stage after 17 years. In a sequel to his revelatory production of Parsifal, director François Girard unveils an atmospheric staging that once again weds his striking visual style and keen dramatic insight to Wagner’s breathtaking music. more »



Baritone Michael Volle stars as the caddish knight Falstaff, gleefully tormented by a trio of clever women who deliver his comeuppance, in Verdi’s glorious Shakespearean comedy. more »



A dream cast assembles for Strauss’s grand Viennese comedy. Soprano Lise Davidsen is the aging Marschallin, opposite mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard as her lover Octavian and soprano Erin Morley as Sophie, the beautiful younger woman who steals his heart. more »


Blanchard & Cristofer’s CHAMPION

Six-time Grammy Award–winning composer Terence Blanchard brings his first opera to the Met after his Fire Shut Up in My Bones triumphantly premiered with the company to universal acclaim in 2021–22. more »



Tony Award–winning director of Broadway’s A View from the Bridge and West Side Story, Ivo van Hove makes a major Met debut with a new take on Mozart’s tragicomedy, re-setting the familiar tale of deceit and damnation in an abstract architectural landscape and shining a light into the dark corners of the story and its characters. more »



One of opera’s most beloved works receives its first new Met staging in 19 years—a daring vision by renowned English director Simon McBurney that The Wall Street Journal declared “the best production I’ve ever witnessed of Mozart’s opera.” more »