A documentary filmmaker becomes embroiled in a romantic triangle. So French.
In 1962 two great directors locked themselves away in Hollywood for a week to excavate the secrets of cinema.
An intimate and compelling reflection on nostalgia, butch identity, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
Panahi’s dashboard camera captures a spirited slice of Iranian society with a blend of comedy and drama.
Kent Osborne travels to a comic book convention in San Diego where he loses his mind and confronts the end of the world.
A heartbroken Christmas-tree salesman returns to New York City hoping to put his past behind him.
A convulsive video collage of fragmented footage — of notes, sketches, reality, and re-enactments — shot on various formats (RED camera, mobile phones, 16mm).
Winner of multiple awards at SxSW, Peace Officer is an engrossing study of the rise of police militarization.Director will attend
A singer with a penchant for destruction reconciles her domestic fantasies as she restores an abandoned home.Director Q&A via Skype
The latest feature film from Guy Maddin is, like every other film from Guy Maddin, difficult to describe.
While the young captains lead the revolution in the streets, the people of Fontainhas search for Ventura.
A comic drama about rage, doubt, lust, madness, and other brotherly hand-me-downs.
A relationship begins, welcomes children, and explodes, all in thirty minutes. Screens with The Princess of France.
Victor returns home after his father’s death to prepare a production of Love’s Labour’s Lost. Screens with Voilà l’enchaînement.
After hearing that her boyfriend cheated on her while she was in jail, a hooker and her best friend set out to teach him a lesson.
A live, ephemeral film performance and an ode to a beautiful natural environment that is fast diminishing.
Recent college graduate Nicole is bright, moody and in no hurry to embark on adult life. She’s also not sleeping very well.
A tense vacation and the fallout of an irreversible decision. Screens with I Believe in Unicorns.