27 film events (and counting). Visiting filmmakers. Film passes now on sale for $50.
A looped, rotating selection of films that explore the vicissitudes of time and memory.
Williams, co-curator of Stereo Visions, presents his sensational new film.
The influential film that inspired Robert Redford to launch the Sundance Institute.
A tennis player arranges to have his wealthy wife murdered. It does not go as planned.
A woman is haunted by an apparition that compels her to an abandoned lakeside pavilion.
Herzog puts 3D technology to profound use, taking us back in time more than 30,000 years.
Films that demystify politics and power, paired with foundational Canyon Cinema works.
“Right at the hazardous corner of desire and dread.” — The New York Times
A handful of chromatic delights, radically different in approach, format, and effect.
A key work of American neo-realism and collectivist filmmaking, shot in North Dakota.
A recent electric collaboration between Ken and Flo Jacobs and OpenEndedGroup.
The Southeast premiere of this acclaimed new doc about the life and music of Milford Graves.
Even if you’ve seen it before, don’t miss this stunning 4K digital restoration.
The city as collage. Featuring music by Rhys Chatham, John Zorn, Glenn Branca, and others.
A married woman and a single man meet. Seasons pass. A second film begins…
This mesmerizing quartet of films stretch and ripple through space horizontally.
Nuñez’s early, seldom seen gem premiered at the 1984 New York Film Festival.
Twelve landmark films offer lessons in place, materiality, and the relationship between the two.
Linklater’s Super-8 debut, made two years before he changed the indie world with Slacker.
The first 100 people in the theater will get an Odorama card. An Odorama card!
Johnny Knoxville and his buddies do more beautifully insane, hilarious shit. But in 3D.
Twelve landmarks films that explore the syntax and expressive potential of their medium.
Crispin Glover plays Sean Penn plays Groovin’ Gary plays Olivia Newton-John.
An eight-film program of cosmological transmissions and quizzical terrains.
Preceded by another of Jacobs’s Eternalism films, Another Occupation.
Portland bohemians join forces to fight a proposed real estate development.
Van Sant’s feature about Portland addicts helped to mainstream American indies.
Excavates the visual vocabulary we use to operate the daily material world.
The materiality of life, light, gesture, and decay.