Monthly Screenings


Festive Premieres • Movie Stars • Major Audience Interest


Dir.: Spike Lee
| 128 minutes

In the early 1970s, an Afro-American police officer notices an ad for the Ku Klux Klan and contacts the advertisers. What starts out as a joke becomes an infiltration operation into the racist organization. Grand Jury Award at Cannes.

The Children Act

Dir.: Richard Eyre
| 105 minutes

Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson), a family-law magistrate, is assigned a case involving a young man with an unusual outlook on life. Their meeting has immense emotional consequences. An impressive adaptation of Ian McEwan’s esteemed bestseller.


Dir.: Kent Jones
| 95 minutes

Diane (Mary Kay Place) devotes her time to caring for others and is burdened by her son who frequents rehab centers. Above all this, a sense of guilt over a past sin lingers. A sensitive and powerful film which took the top prize at Tribeca FF.

Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot

Dir.: Gus Van Sant
| 113 minutes

After an all-night drinking binge, cartoonist John Callaghan finds himself confined to a wheelchair. Gus Van Sant’s new film is a bittersweet comic drama based on a true-life story, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, and Rooney Mara.


Dir.: Valeria Golino
| 115 minutes

A successful businessman invites his brother, a provincial teacher who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, to stay with him in Rome. Euphoria’s depiction of their sibling relationship is surprisingly creative and touching. 

Isle of Dogs

Dir.: Wes Anderson
| 101 minutes

When all the dogs in a Japanese city are banished, Atari sets out to find his pet, an odyssey that will determine the fate of the entire region. Cinema master Wes Anderson’s entrancing animated film opened the most recent Berlinale.

Juliet, Naked

Dir.: Jesse Peretz
| 97 minutes

A mere talkback spirals into a trans-Atlantic relationship between a British woman and the American rock star her boyfriend admires. A delightful adaptation of Nick Hornby’s bestseller featuring Ethan Hawke and Rose Byrne.


Dir.: Mamoru Hosoda
| 98 minutes

A spectacular animated film. Four-year-old Kun’s life turns upside-down when his baby sister gets all the attention. But things improve when he discovers a magic garden where he meets his relatives at different points in their lives.

Promise at Dawn

Dir.: Eric Barbier
| 131 minutes

A poignant drama surrounding the life of author Romain Gary and his complex relationship with his mother—from his poor childhood in Poland and teens in sunny Nice, to flying school in Africa and the final days of his life.


Dir.: Leigh Whannel
| 100 minutes

In the near future, quadriplegic Grey volunteers for a chip implant that will restore his ability to move. As the line between human and mechanical blurs, an in-body power-struggle evolves. An intelligent and engrossing Sci-Fi film.


Dir.: Kevin Macdonald
| 120 minutes

An intimate documentary that sheds light on the fascinating trajectory of Whitney Houston’s life. Using previously unseen footage, recordings, and interviews, Oscar-winner Kevin MacDonald reveals the mystery behind the spectacular voice.


Dir.: Paul Dano
| 104 minutes

When Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) loses his job and leaves home to fight a raging fire, his young son assumes the role of responsible adult, while his wife (Carry Mulligan) tries to take care of her family in different ways. Wildlife opened Cannes Critics Week to excellent reviews.