Monthly Screenings

The Echo

Dir.: Tatiana Huezo
| 102 minutes

In the remote village of El Eco, children care for the sheep and their elders. While the frost and drought punish the land, they learn to understand death, illness, and love with each act, word, and silence of their parents. Winner of the Best Documentary Award at the 2023 Berlinale.

Hello Dankness

Dir.: Soda Jerk
| 70 minutes

Comprised entirely of hundreds of film samples, HELLO DANKNESS is a political fable that bears witness to the psychotropic spectacle of American politics from 2016 to 2021, and the mythologies and lore that took root around it.

The Kiev Trial

Dir.: Sergei Loznitsa
| 106 minutes

The Kiev Trial took place in January 1946 and was one of the first post-war trials convicting German Nazis and their collaborators. Using unique, previously unseen, archival footage, Sergei Loznitsa reconstructs key moments of the proceedings, including statements of the defendants and testimonies of the witnesses.

And the King Said, What A Fantastic Machine

Dir.: Axel Danielson, Maximilien Van Aertryck
| 88 minutes

The camera is a fantastic machine. Filmmakers Axel Danielson & Maximilien Van Aertryck (TEN METER TOWER, JOBS FOR ALL!) turn their cameras directly on society once again, this time to explore, explain, and expose how our unchecked obsession with image has come to change our human behavior.


Orlando, My Political Biography

Dir.: Paul B. Preciado
| 98 minutes

In 1928, Virginia Woolf wrote ORLANDO, the first novel to depict a main character who changes its sex in the middle of the story. One century later, trans writer and activist Paul B. Preciado decides to send a cinematic letter to Virginia Woolf. The film garnered four awards at the Berlin Film Festival.


Dir.: Giuseppe Boccassini
| 88 minutes

This film is a chronological timeline collage based on that wide historical archival footage, the so-called classic era, labeled as film noirs. An extensive historical portrait of the human psyche of the twentieth century and its post war dark landscape.


The Tuba Thieves

Dir.: Alison O'Daniel
| 91 minutes

This unique film blends documentary and fictionalized performances and tells a seemingly minor story – that of a series of tuba robberies in Southern California - in order to examine big questions about the ways in which we perceive our world.

Youth (Spring)

Dir.: Wang Bing
| 212 minutes

Zhili, 150 km. from Shanghai. In this city dedicated to textile manufacturing, young workers come from all rural regions. They are in their early twenties, share dormitories, and snack in the corridors. They work tirelessly to be able one day to raise a child, buy a house, or set up their own workshop.