An immersive audio/visual experience.
North American premiere of restoration. In celebration of James Agee.
A walking tour, with some surprises (and drinks) along the way.
The best thriller since the days of Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang.
Robyn Hitchcock ambles through stories and songs.
A rough-hewn portrait of musicians at work.
A family-friendly intro to film and animation, both new and old.
Eight films with an interest in digging beneath the surface.
Kym, just out of rehab, threatens to ruin her sister’s big day.
Recent work by one of America’s premier experimental filmmakers.
Lulu is not who she seems, but as we come to learn, neither is Charlie.
Everyday streets, everyday birds, unflagging tides, mud, and sky.
Two adrift strangers find refuge in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Art Museum.
A “film for the ears” by the always inventive Meredith Monk
Demme’s rarely seen portrait of an Episcopal priest in Harlem.
Six films about creativity and the digital/analog divide.
Melds documentary and narrative into a complex meditation on city life.
Six films that start and stutter and stutter and stop.