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Stop Making Sense (40th Anniversary) September 28, 2023
Killers of the Flower Moon October 19, 2023
Anatomy of a Fall October 26, 2023
Priscilla November 2, 2023
What Happens Later November 2, 2023
But I’m a Cheerleader November 9, 2023
The Holdovers November 9, 2023
Stage Fright November 13, 2023
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro November 16, 2023
The Metropolitan Opera: X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X November 18, 2023
The In-Laws November 20, 2023
Napoleon November 21, 2023
Saltburn November 21, 2023
The Breakfast Club November 22, 2023
Freaks and Dracula November 27, 2023
The Decline of Western Civilization November 30, 2023
The Metropolitan Opera: The Magic Flute (Encore) December 2, 2023
Me and My Gal December 4, 2023
I, Claude Monet December 6, 2023
Hedwig and the Angry Inch December 7, 2023
The Boy and the Heron December 8, 2023
Cries and Whispers December 9, 2023
The Metropolitan Opera: Florencia en el Amazonas December 9, 2023
Flash Gordon December 14, 2023
Wonka December 15, 2023
DIE HARD December 21, 2023
Poor Things December 21, 2023
The Iron Claw December 21, 2023
Ferrari December 25, 2023
The Boys in the Boat December 25, 2023
The Color Purple December 25, 2023
Degas: Passion for Perfection January 3, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: Nabucco January 6, 2024
Mutiny in Heaven: The Birthday Party January 18, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: Carmen January 27, 2024
The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism February 7, 2024
Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse March 6, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: La Forza del Destino March 9, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: Roméo et Juliette March 23, 2024
Frida Kahlo April 3, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: La Rondine April 20, 2024
John Singer Sargent: Fashion & Swagger May 1, 2024
The Metropolitan Opera: Madama Butterfly May 11, 2024
My National Gallery, London June 5, 2024
Dream Scenario Coming Soon

Stop Making Sense (40th Anniversary)

Considered by critics as the greatest concert film of all time, the live performance was shot over the course of three nights at Hollywood's Pantages Theater in December of 1983 and features Talking Heads' most memorable songs. more »


Killers of the Flower Moon

Members of the Osage tribe in the United States are murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, sparking a major F.B.I. investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover. more »


Anatomy of a Fall

A woman is suspected of her husband's murder, and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the sole witness. more »



When teenage Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, a vulnerable best friend. more »


What Happens Later

Willa and Bill are ex-lovers that will see each other for the first time in years when they both find themselves snowed in, in-transit, at an airport overnight. more »


But I’m a Cheerleader

The aptly misleading title (the theme is flawed assumptions) refers to the refusal of teenage golden girl Megan (Lyonne) to agree with her bible-bashing parents that she's gay. Denial seals her fate: heterosexual conversion therapy under the neurotic tutelage of Mary (Moriarty) and Mike (RuPaul) at True Directions reform school more »


The Holdovers

A cranky history teacher at a prep school is forced to remain on campus over the holidays with a student who has no family plans. more »


Stage Fright

It’s a murder mystery set in the stage world of London, and almost every scene features some sort of deception, from theatrical performance to bald-faced lying. Even the director, it turns out, isn’t to be trusted. The issues aren’t satisfactorily resolved, but Hitchcock seems to be exploring the ways in which various falsehood more »


Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro

"The feature directorial debut of animation’s great Hayao Miyazaki, 'The Castle of Cagliostro' is now considered an anime classic...The action-packed heist film, co-written by Miyazaki and Haruya Yamazaki, opens with Lupin III and his partner Daisuke Jigen zipping away from a successful job robbing a major casino, only to discov more »


The Metropolitan Opera: X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X

Anthony Davis’s groundbreaking and influential opera, which premiered in 1986, arrives at the Met at long last. Theater luminary and Tony-nominated director of Slave Play Robert O’Hara oversees a potent new staging that imagines Malcolm as an Everyman whose story transcends time and space. more »


The In-Laws

Never mind the remake, this is the real deal, a formula comedy raised to heights of hilarity by the kind of off-beam lunacy which probably wouldn't get past the studio suits these days. Bergman's screenplay melds odd-couple and fish-out-of-water templates, as their children's forthcoming wedding brings together maverick undercov more »



The film takes a personal look at Napoleon Bonaparte's origins, and his swift, ruthless climb to emperor viewed through the prism of his addictive, and often volatile, relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine. more »



Academy Award winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) brings us a beautifully wicked tale of privilege and desire. Struggling to find his place at Oxford University, student Oliver Quick (Barry Keoghan) finds himself drawn into the world of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), who invites more »


The Breakfast Club

The high-school stereotypes that John Hughes pens up together in detention for his epochal teen comedy are so stark that they still read as recognizable decades later, but Hughes’ crisp script and direction and still-hungry cast keep it all on this side of cliché. It really is too bad he had to do Ally Sheedy’s character like th more »


Freaks and Dracula

Tod Browning’s pre-Code cult classic Freaks casts actual carnival performers as the members of a traveling troupe unnerved when a mercenary trapeze artist (Olga Baclanova) cynically woos and marries a wealthy dwarf (Harry Earles). There’s an essential empathy to Browning’s film, despite its chilling denouement. Browning’s semina more »



RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ accentuates the journey of RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri. more »


The Decline of Western Civilization

A seminal document of the West Coast punk scene of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, Penelope Spheeris’ film captures interviews and often-searing performance footage from bands like X, the Germs, the Circle Jerks, and Black Flag. (As well as tedious also-rans like Catholic Discipline, lest you think it was all bitchin’.) The most h more »


The Metropolitan Opera: The Magic Flute (Encore)

The Met made history in December 2006 when it presented its first Live in HD transmission to movie theaters worldwide —the abridged English-language version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. This holiday season, the opera returns to select movie theaters in a special encore presentation. more »


Me and My Gal

A baby-faced Spencer Tracy stars as a wise-cracking cop in this pre-Code jewel about life and love on the New York City waterfront. There’s a plot involving his crush on a diner waitress (Joan Bennett) and tangles with local gangsters, but Raoul Walsh film is almost more of a hangout comedy—you get as much out of the peripheral more »


I, Claude Monet

From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favorite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful pain more »


Hedwig and the Angry Inch

A young East German boy flees Soviet-era communism to become a rampaging trans rock star (John Cameron Mitchell) barnstorming the American heartland in pursuit of his former lover/protégé (MIchael Pitt). Arguably the only rock musical to get the rock all the way right, the film version of Mitchell and Stephen Trask’s stage show more »


The Boy and the Heron

Through encounters with his friends and uncle, follows a teenage boy's psychological development. He enters a magical world with a talking grey heron after finding an abandoned tower in his new town. more »


Cries and Whispers

Ingmar Bergman convened three of his great actresses (Liv Ullman, Harriet Andersson, and Ingrid Thulin) to play sisters who come together when one is dying of cancer. Cocooned in a red-walled mansion with a maid (Kari Sylwan), they confront mortality and their relationships with each other. One of Bergman’s most intense films, i more »


The Metropolitan Opera: Florencia en el Amazonas

Sung in Spanish and inspired by the magical realism of Gabriel García Márquez, Mexican composer Daniel Catán’s 1996 opera tells the enchanting story of a Brazilian opera diva who returns to her homeland to perform at the legendary opera house of Manaus—and to search for her lost lover, who has vanished into the jungle. more »


Flash Gordon

Based on a 1930s comic strip, this Dino De Laurentiis-produced one-off was light-years ahead of the MCU’s hero-in-tights hegemony and waaay more campy fun. Bland blond Sam Jones plays Flash, a quarterback turned adventurer forced to rally a colorful space empire against the evil Emperor Ming (Max Von Sydow). The score by Queen m more »



Based on the extraordinary character at the center of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, "Wonka" tells the wondrous story of how the world's greatest inventor, magician and chocolate-maker became the beloved Willy Wonka we know today. more »



Not only is Die Hard a Christmas movie, but it’s actually a stealth retelling of It’s a Wonderful Life. Just as Scrooged retold A Christmas Carol through the lens of ‘80s corporate television, Die Hard is basically Capra’s story filtered through an ‘80s action-movie fantasia more »


Poor Things

The incredible tale about the fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter, a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter. more »


The Iron Claw

The true story of the inseparable Von Erich brothers, who made history in the intensely competitive world of professional wrestling in the early 1980s. more »



Set in the summer of 1957, with Enzo Ferrari's auto empire in crisis, the ex-racer turned entrepreneur pushes himself and his drivers to the edge as they launch into the Mille Miglia, a treacherous 1,000-mile race across Italy. more »


The Boys in the Boat

A 1930s-set story centered on the University of Washington's rowing team, from their Depression-era beginnings to winning gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. more »


The Color Purple

Musical adaptation of Alice Walker's novel about the life-long struggles of an African American woman living in the south during the early 1900s. more »


Degas: Passion for Perfection

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN journeys from the streets of Paris to the heart of a superb exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, whose extensive collection of Degas’ works is the most representative in Britain. With exclusive access to view rare and diverse works, this film tells a fascinating story of Degas’ pursuit for perf more »


Mutiny in Heaven: The Birthday Party

Directed by Ian White, MUTINY IN HEAVEN is the story of The Birthday Party’s ascent, apex and inevitable collapse - a thrilling tale of epic struggle, artistic genius and total dysfunctionality. Told in the group’s own words, MUTINY IN HEAVEN brings the band’s story to the screen for the first time. This is a twisted tale of asc more »


The Metropolitan Opera: Carmen

Carrie Cracknell makes her Met debut, reinvigorating the classic story with a staging that moves the action to the modern day and finds at the heart of the drama issues that could not be more relevant today: gendered violence, abusive labor structures, and the desire to break through societal boundaries. more »


The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism

Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, the American impressionist movement followed its own path which over a forty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about its art as a creative power-house. It’s a story closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapi more »


Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Claude Monet was an avid horticulturist and arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, but he was not alone. Great artists like Van Gogh, Bonnard, Sorolla, Sargent, Pissarro and Matisse all saw the garden as a powerful subject for their art. These great artists, along with many other famous names, feat more »


The Metropolitan Opera: La Forza del Destino

Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Verdi’s grand tale of ill-fated love, deadly vendetta, and family strife, with stellar soprano Lise Davidsen following a string of recent Met triumphs with her role debut as the noble Leonora, one of the repertory’s most tormented—and thrilling—heroines. more »


The Metropolitan Opera: Roméo et Juliette

Two singers at the height of their powers—radiant soprano Nadine Sierra and tenor sensation Benjamin Bernheim—come together as the star-crossed lovers in Gounod’s sumptuous Shakespeare adaptation. more »


Frida Kahlo

Who was Frida Kahlo? Everyone knows her, but who was the woman behind the bright colors, the big brows, and the floral crowns? Take a journey through the life of a true icon, discover her art, and uncover the truth behind her often turbulent life. Making use of the latest technology to deliver previously unimaginable quality, more »


The Metropolitan Opera: La Rondine

Puccini’s bittersweet love story makes a rare Met appearance, with soprano Angel Blue starring as the French courtesan Magda, opposite tenor Jonathan Tetelman in his highly anticipated company debut as Ruggero, an idealistic young man who offers her an alternative to her life of excess. more »


The Metropolitan Opera: Madama Butterfly

The title character of Madama Butterfly—a young Japanese geisha who clings to the belief that her arrangement with a visiting American naval officer is a loving and permanent marriage—is one of the defining roles in opera. more »


My National Gallery, London

The National Gallery of London is one of the world’s greatest art galleries. It is full of masterpieces, an endless resource of history, an endless source of stories. But whose stories are told? Which art has the most impact and on whom? The power of great art lies in its ability to communicate with anyone, no matter their art h more »


Dream Scenario

A hapless family man finds his life turned upside down when millions of strangers suddenly start seeing him in their dreams. When his nighttime appearances take a nightmarish turn, Paul is forced to navigate his newfound stardom. more »