Monthly Screenings

Vox Lux

Dir.: Brady Corbet
| 114 minutes

Natalie Portman stars in Brady Corbet’s new film, a cinematic odyssey that explores modern America through the story of a legendary pop star whose survival of a school-shooting offers a chance to reveal her talent to the entire nation.


Dir.: Trevor Jimenez
| 15 minutes

Weekends is the story of a young boy shuffling between the homes of his recently divorced parents. Surreal dream-like moments mix with the domestic realities of a broken family in this hand-animated film set in 1980s Toronto.

2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Animation

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

Dir.: Rob Garver
| 95 minutes

A fascinating portrayal of Pauline Kael, legendary film critic for The New Yorker magazine, who was renowned for her sharp and resolute style, and who maintained a reputation as America’s most powerful, witty, and influential film critic for over three decades. 

The Whistlers

Dir.: Corneliu Porumboiu
| 98 minutes

Corneliu Porumboiu’s (Police, Adjective) new film follows a Romanian cop with ties to the local mafia. When a young woman recruits him for an unusual task, he finds himself trapped between the police, mafia, and his feelings.

The White Snake Enchantress

Dir.: Taiji Yabushita
| 78 minutes

The first Japanese animated feature film shot entirely in color—an adaptation of a Chinese love story between a snake disguised as beautiful princess and a young man. A digitized version recently screened at the Cannes FF.

Widow of Silence

Dir.: Praveen Morchhale
| 85 minutes

Aasiya, a nurse at a hospital in Kashmir with a daughter and mother-in-law at home, is considered a “half widow,” whose husband was arrested and disappeared. To obtain his death certificate, she embarks on a mission against the corrupt authorities.

The Wild Goose Lake

Dir.: Diao Yinan
| 113 minutes

A fugitive gangster sacrifices everything to save his family, while relying on a mysterious woman’s help. Diao Yinan’s (Black Coal, Thin Ice) latest film draws on classic film noir to create a dark portrait of modern China.

Wild Rose

Dir.: Tom Harper
| 100 minutes

A heartfelt British drama about Rose-Lynn, a gifted mother of two who gives up her dream of becoming a country music star and cleans houses for a wealthy family. When her employer discovers her talent, Rose’s life takes an unexpected turn.

You Don't Nomi

Dir.: Jeffrey McHale
| 94 minutes

When Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls was released in the mid-90s it was met with contempt; but some years later, it began gaining interest and fans. This documentary traces the film’s journey from notorious flop to cult classic.

Young Ahmed

Dir.: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
| 85 minutes

A new film by the Dardenne brothers, winners of the Palm D’or for Rosetta and The Son, for which they won the Best Direction award at Cannes this year. A Belgian boy of Muslim origin experiences the process of radicalization. 

Ziva Postec, The Editor Behind the Film Shoah

Dir.: Catherine Hébert
| 92 minutes

Israeli film editor Ziva Postec worked in France in the 1960s and 70s with leading directors, such as Alain Resnais and Orson Welles. This film focuses on the highlight of her career—six years during which she edited Claude Lanzmann’s monumental film, Shoah

Zombi Child

Dir.: Bertrand Bonello
| 103 minutes

In his new film, Bertrand Bonello (St. Laurent) explores a modern Haitian myth while shifting between Haiti of 1962 and contemporary Paris as a way to touch upon social, political, and ethnographic issues.