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Hit The Road May 27, 2022
Montana Story May 27, 2022
Nightmare Alley (1947) June 2, 2022
Crimes of the Future June 3, 2022
Memoria June 3, 2022
Hamlet (Met Opera) June 4, 2022
Floating Weeds June 6, 2022
The Warriors June 9, 2022
Benediction June 10, 2022
The Last Picture Show June 16, 2022
Brian and Charles June 17, 2022
Cha Cha Real Smooth June 17, 2022
The Phantom of the Open June 17, 2022
The French June 23, 2022
Elvis June 24, 2022
Niagara June 27, 2022
Sound Mechanic June 30, 2022
Mr. Malcolm’s List July 1, 2022
Official Competition July 1, 2022
The Forgiven July 1, 2022
The Music Room July 2, 2022
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls July 7, 2022
Pink Flamingos July 9, 2022
Female Trouble July 12, 2022
Multiple Maniacs July 12, 2022
Desperate Living July 13, 2022
Polyester July 13, 2022
Hairspray July 14, 2022
Fire, or Both Sides of the Blade July 15, 2022
Marcel The Shell With Shoes On July 15, 2022
Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris July 15, 2022
Where The Crawdads Sing July 15, 2022
Beau Travail July 16, 2022
Nope July 22, 2022
The Sound of Music July 23, 2022
Liquid Sky July 28, 2022
Fire of Love July 29, 2022
Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia July 30, 2022
Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song August 5, 2022
Inland Empire August 6, 2022
Red River August 13, 2022
Welcome Home Brother Charles August 18, 2022
The Swimmer August 20, 2022
Moonrise August 27, 2022
DIVA September 3, 2022

Hit The Road

Follows a chaotic, tender family that is on a road trip across a rugged landscape and fussing over the sick dog and getting on each others' nerves. Only the mysterious older brother is quiet. more »


Montana Story

Two estranged siblings return home to the sprawling ranch they once knew and loved, confronting a deep and bitter family legacy against a mythic American backdrop. more »


Nightmare Alley (1947)

The only thing Guillermo Del Toro’s lavish 2022 version of William Lindsey Gresham’s novel really has over Edmund Goulding’s 1947 first pass is an extra 40 minutes. A lowly carny on the make (Tyrone Power) stumbles onto a psychic scam that enables his rise. As he takes on posher gigs—and, with the help of an unscrupulous psychia more »


Crimes of the Future

As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. more »



From the extraordinary mind of Palme D’or winning director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and starring Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton, comes a bewildering drama about a Scottish woman, who, after hearing a loud ‘bang’ at daybreak, begins experiencing a mysterious sensory syndrome while traversing the jungles of Colombia. 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 »


Floating Weeds

Yasujiro Ozu’s films so often put a brave face on disappointment that it’s bracing to encounter one where it lives out in the open. Remaking his own silent film A Story of Floating Weeds, the director follows a tattered traveling troupe of actors as they arrive in yet another small town... more »


The Warriors

A film for teenagers of all ages, Walter Hill’s popcorn classic translates a literal Greek classic (Xenophon’s Anabasis) into an urban action- adventure yarn about the titular mismatched New York street gang (led by a sullen Michael Beck) battling their way from the Bronx back to Coney Island. more »



Legendary 20th Century war poet Siegfried Sassoon's life-long quest for personal salvation through his experiences with family, war, his writing, and destructive relationships goes unresolved, never realizing it can only come from within. more »


The Last Picture Show

An elegy for a type of mid-century America that director Peter Bogdanovich and his New Hollywood cohorts both rhapsodized and helped kill off for good. more »


Brian and Charles

After a particularly harsh winter Brian goes into a deep depression; completely isolated and with no one to talk to, Brian does what any sane person would do when faced with such a melancholic situation. He builds a robot. more »


Cha Cha Real Smooth

A young man who works as a Bar Mitzvah party host strikes up a friendship with a mother and her autistic daughter. more »


The Phantom of the Open

Maurice Flitcroft, a dreamer and unrelenting optimist, managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship Qualifying in 1976 and subsequently shot the worst round in Open history, becoming a folk hero in the process. more »


The French

William Klein was the first person to be granted full, exclusive access to the tournament in its 90-year history, and using that doorway into locker rooms, TV studios, and players’ boxes, he shot the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the 1981 French Open—a crucial moment in a crucial year in the history of a game. more »



The film chronicles the life and career of singer and actor Elvis Presley, from his early days as a child to becoming a rock and roll and movie star, as well as his complex relationship with his manager Colonel Tom Parker. more »



Technicolor noir should be an oxymoron, but Niagara earns its shadowy bonafides. A mentally troubled veteran (Joseph Cotten) and his bored young wife (Marilyn Monroe in an early role) are coming apart in a motel overlooking the title falls. The honeymooners next door (Jean Peters and Max Showalter) get dragged into the drama, wh more »


Sound Mechanic

Baltimore filmmaker Skizz Cyzyk (Little Castles, Hit & Stay, Icepick to the Moon) presents the local debut of his feature-length documentary portrait of Baltimore musician and instrument inventor Neil Feather. more »


Mr. Malcolm’s List

A young woman courts a mysterious wealthy suitor in 1800s England, unaware of his unattainable list of conditions for a future wife. more »


The Forgiven

The Forgiven takes place over a weekend in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and explores the reverberations of a random accident on the lives of both the local Muslims, and Western visitors to a house party in a grand villa. more »


The Music Room

Satyajit Ray’s film is as complex and beguiling as the luxe palace interiors of its setting and Indian classical music of its showcase scenes. Chhabi Biswas plays an indolent aristocrat whose grand style and love of connoisseur concerts have helped erode his dwindling riches. more »


Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

Sexploitation pioneer Russ Meyer created his Hairspray by appropriating the basic showbiz-is-a-bitch plot from Jacqueline Susann’s potboiler The Valley of the Dolls, slapping on some Aquarian drug and rock ‘n’ roll tropes, and infusing it all with his own peculiar horndog obsessions. The late film critic Roger Ebert deserves cre more »


Pink Flamingos

Considering Pink Flamingos' five-figure budget and aggressive transgressiveness, it's a little shocking to be reminded how well-made John Waters' triumph-of-filth really is! more »


Female Trouble

Part of our retrospective, "THE FILTHIEST FILMS EVER MADE: The Early Films of John Waters." more »


Multiple Maniacs

Part of our retrospective, "THE FILTHIEST FILMS EVER MADE: The Early Films of John Waters." more »


Desperate Living

Part of our retrospective, "THE FILTHIEST FILMS EVER MADE: The Early Films of John Waters." ON 35MM FILM! more »



Part of our retrospective, "THE FILTHIEST FILMS EVER MADE: The Early Films of John Waters." The film will be presented in ODORAMA!! more »



Part of our retrospective, "THE FILTHIEST FILMS EVER MADE: The Early Films of John Waters." more »


Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is the enchanting tale of a seemingly ordinary British housekeeper whose dream to own a couture Christian Dior gown takes her on an extraordinary adventure to Paris. more »


Where The Crawdads Sing

Abandoned by her family, Where the Crawdads Sing is a coming of age story of a young girl raised by the marshlands of the south in the 50's. more »


Beau Travail

The detachment of French Legionnaires at the heart of Claire Denis’ enigmatic masterpiece do everything in a group. They drill. They hit the nearest town. They iron their underwear. They . . . hug? But their sergeant (Denis Levant) takes a particular dislike to a charismatic new recruit (Grégoire Colin), upsetting the unit’s equ more »



The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery. more »


The Sound of Music

The indelible songs, the romance, the whimsy, Julie Andrews at her most chastely adorable, the last-reel whiff of peril—all these things contribute to The Sound of Music’s generation-spanning reputation as an ironclad creampuff classic. more »


Liquid Sky

A film that still may be a little ahead of the times. Aliens descend upon pre-gentrification lower Manhattan to score their fix —the chemicals the human brain produces during orgasm. more »


Fire of Love

Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things — each other and volcanoes. For two decades, the daring French volcanologist couple roamed the planet, chasing eruptions and documenting their discoveries. more »


Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia

Gritty, sweaty, sleazy, and fetid, Sam Peckinpah’s existential road movie sticks to you like a damp shirt. A Mexican crime lord demands the cabeza of the lothario who soiled his teenage daughter, and somehow the task comes to a hapless gringo lounge lizard (Warren Oates). more »


Inland Empire

Shot piecemeal on low-grade digital video over several years, David Lynch’s last feature film to date both culminates his auteurial approach and smashes it to pieces. more »


Red River

Howard Hawks’ seminal Western established Montgomery Clift as a movie star and movie star John Wayne as an actual actor. Wayne plays an aging rancher determined to drive his cattle hundreds of miles to market at all costs. Clift plays the young protege who rebels against his dogged elder. more »


Welcome Home Brother Charles

A Black man (Marlo Montes) is screwed over by The Man and imprisoned—we’ve seen this movie before. But unless you’ve seen "Welcome Home Brother Charles," you’ve never, ever seen it play out this way. more »


The Swimmer

Burt Lancaster embodies such a paragon of mid-century suburban WASP-iness that nothing seems awry when he materializes in a manicured Connecticut backyard wearing only swim trunks and announces a plan to breaststroke all the way home via private pools. more »



The sins of the father haunt a smalltown schlub in Frank Borzage’s noir. A murderer’s son (Dane Clark) kills his lifelong bully in self-defense. He’s wracked with guilt and worry that some stain of sin has been passed down, but not so wracked that he doesn’t quickly take up with the bully’s fiancee (Gail Russell) while he frets more »



Jean-Jacques Beineix exhaled a gust of fresh Gauloise smoke into French cinema with this stylish caper film that established the ‘80s as A Thing as surely as any other cultural product you care to name. A Parisian postman (Frédéric Andréi) obsessed with the title soprano (Wilhelmenia Wiggins Fernandez) gets tangled up in two sep more »