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.
A road trip through the stunning and complex landscape of troubled young love. Screens with Judy Judy Judy.
Six pieces that revolve around that age-old question of the avant-garde: How do we see?
We are proud to present the North American premiere of Sentimental Education.
Derek is a 30-something loner living with his parents who works part time and pours himself into an animation project.
Jason Schwartzman stars as Philip Lewis Friedman, a precocious literary star anticipating the publication of his second novel.
An impressionistic, episodic comedy about dreaminess, wandering and hanging out.
A a sardonic and over-confident filmmaker travels to Mexico intent on using the world’s last remaining reels of film stock to shoot an apocalyptic spectacle.
Linklater and Benning get together in Austin, where they hang out, talk about movies, and shag fly balls.
The Strange Little Cat is set almost entirely in a Berlin apartment, where an extended family has gathered to prepare and enjoy a meal together.