Monthly Screenings


Dir.: Frédéric Tcheng
| 120 minutes

A documentary following the life of the man whose name became synonymous with couture fashion in the 70s. Frédéric Tcheng (Dior and I), combines rare archival footage and interviews to reveal Halston’s flamboyant and complex persona.

The Halt

Dir.: Lav Diaz
| 278 minutes

In 2034, South East Asia has gone completely sunless as a result of a volcanic eruption. Pandemics rage; millions are killed or driven out, and the state is ruled by a mad dictator. Filipino master Lav Diaz’s new film.

Hassan Arfa Compound

Dir.: Yoav Gurfinkel
| 55 minutes

The daily struggle of residents of the Hassan Arfa compound – a neglected enclave in the heart of Tel Aviv – in the process of being demolished. Their battered existence erodes in front of the camera – money, principles, and despair meet for one final duel.

Heimat is a Space in Time

Dir.: Thomas Heise
| 218 minutes

Senior German documentary filmmaker, Thomas Heise, uses materials from his private archive to weave together the story of his family. His personal narrative reflects and uncovers the tumultuous national narrative of modern Germany.


Dir.: Bas Devos
| 87 minutes

Three starkly different people deal with the aftermath of the Brussels terrorist attacks in 2016: A Flemish doctor, a young man of Algerian descent, and an Italian woman. The same question that seems to haunt the city, looms over their lives.

High Life

Dir.: Claire Denis
| 110 minutes

Claire Denis’s new and highly-praised film transports us to a spaceship inhabited by prisoners who undergo a series of sexual experiments conducted by a mysterious doctor. Starring Juliette Binoche and Robert Pattinson.

House of Hummingbird

Dir.: Kim Bo-ra
| 138 minutes

In 1994 Korea, a teen passes her days feeling alienated. When a new teacher arrives, it seems as though there is finally someone who understands her. Kim Bo-ra’s debut film about adolescence won prizes at Busan FF and the Berlinale.


Dir.: Pawel Pawlikowski
| 82 minutes

In 1960s Poland, a novice nun embarks on a journey during which she learns about her family’s past, her parents who perished in the War, and her heretical, ex-communist, alcoholic aunt. Pawel Pawlikowski’s Oscar-winning masterpiece.

If Beale Street Could Talk

Dir.: Barry Jenkins
| 119 minutes

Two years after winning an Oscar for Moonlight, Barry Jenkins returns with an acclaimed adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel. In 1970s Harlem, a pregnant woman fights to prove the innocence of her wrongfully-convicted partner.

An Impossible Love

Dir.: Catherine Corsini
| 135 minutes

In 1950s France, a romance between a young woman from a provincial town and wealthy Parisian man ends abruptly, despite the woman’s pregnancy. Thus begins an intelligent, sweeping melodrama based on a celebrated novel.

In Your Hands

Dir.: Maša Šarović, Sharon Engelhart
| 10 minutes

After begging her to come back, Azra picks her daughter Lejla up from the airport. In the car, she tells gives her some surprising news and takes her to an unknown place where mother and daughter will revisit their roles.

The Factory 2019

Jessica Forever

Dir.: Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel
| 97 minutes

In a dystopian world, Jessica saves a band of juvenile criminals from a life of violence. Isolated, they spend their time in commando training, until one day, a lost boy crashes into their home, and things begin to change.

Jonas Mekas – Who Cares About Art?

| 100 minutes

His was a personal form of filmmaking; one that rhymed with intimacy, diary, and visual poetry. “I don’t really make films; I only keep filming.” Screening of: Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania | Notes on the Circus


Dir.: Sudabeh Mortezai
| 100 minutes

Joy, a Nigerian immigrant and victim of female trafficking, is forced to take charge of a young Nigerian girl who refuses to accept her fate. Screened at festivals worldwide, Joy was the recipient of the first prize at the London Film Festival.

Just Don't Think I'll Scream

Dir.: Frank Beauvais
| 75 minutes

During six months of heartbreak, French filmmaker Frank Beauvais watched hundreds of films and decided to present his personal story through a mesmerizing collage of clips from these films.  A masterpiece of editing and text.

Koko-di Koko-da

Dir.: Johannes Nyholm
| 86 minutes

Following a family tragedy, a couple go camping in an attempt to rehabilitate their relationship. Never could they have imagined that violent psychopaths would join them. An extremely effective film that debuted at Sundance FF.

Last Resort

Dir.: Pawel Pawlikowski
| 75 minutes

Tanya leaves Moscow to be reunited with her British fiancé, but he fails to show up. She has no passport, money, or rights; however, a new friendship with a man gives her some hope. Pawlikowski’s prize-winning drama. 

Les Misérables

Dir.: Ladj Ly
| 104 minutes

Ladj Ly’s début film, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes, follows a Paris police special crimes unit operating in one of the city’s most sensitive districts. A botched arrest leads to a battle the between police and raging citizens.


Dir.: Albert Serra
| 120 minutes

In 1774 Germany, ex-aristocrats recruit the support of an admired duke in spreading Libertinism, a philosophy that rejects moral boundaries in favor of uninhibited pleasure-seeking. Albert Serra’s enrapturing new film.