Monthly Screenings


Festive premieres • Movie stars • Major audience interest

The Accusation

Dir.: Yvan Attal
| 138 minutes

A young man is accused of raping a young woman. The two protagonists, their families, and friends will see their lives and faith torn to shreds in the public eye in the search for the truth. Based on Karine Tuil’s novel Les Choses humaines.

Bernstein’s Wall

Dir.: Douglas Tirola
| 105 minutes

A thrilling documentary portrait of famed composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein. Using the maestro’s own voice and incredible visual language, the film follows Leonard Bernstein’s intimate, complicated, heartbreaking, and passionate life story with the ultimate goal of trying to inspire us viewers to create change today’s society.

Emily the Criminal

Dir.: John Patton Ford
| 96 minutes

Down on her luck and saddled with debt, Emily (Aubrey Plaza) gets involved in a credit card scam that pulls her into the criminal underworld of Los Angeles, ultimately leading to deadly consequences. The highly acclaimed feature debut by John Patton Ford which premiered at Sundance.

Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song

Dir.: Dan Geller, Dayna Goldfine
| 115 minutes

This documentary explores the life of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen as seen through the prism of his internationally renowned hymn, “Hallelujah.” The film accesses a wealth of never-before-seen archival materials, including Cohen’s personal notebooks, photographs, performance footage, and extremely rare audio recordings.

Incredible But True

Dir.: Quentin Dupieux
| 74 minutes

Alain and Marie move to a quiet suburb. A mysterious tunnel in the cellar of their new home will turn their lives upside down. Filmmaker Quentin Dupieux follows his previous work, the internationally acclaimed MANDIBLES, with this delightful and endlessly surprising comedy.


Dir.: Barney Douglas
| 104 minutes

Featuring never-before-seen footage and told by the man himself, MCENROE recalls the epic career of one of the most explosive sporting icons of all time, whose internal conflict drove him to the very top, and nearly broke him at the same time.

Moonage Daydream

Dir.: Brett Morgen
| 140 minutes

In 2017, the David Bowie estate offered filmmaker Brett Morgen unfiltered access to their archives, in order to create an artful and life-affirming journey of Bowie’s creative life. Over five years, Morgen constructed a genre-defying cinematic experience that grapples with spirituality, transience, isolation, and creativity.

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Dir.: George Miller
| 108 minutes

Dr. Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton) is an academic. While in Istanbul, she encounters a Djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. At first, she doubts he is real. But the Djinn pleads his case, and eventually, she is won over and makes a wish that surprises them both.