Monthly Screenings

International Competition

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn

Dir.: Radu Jude
| 106 minutes

Radu Jude’s new film, winner of the 2021 Berlinale Golden Bear, follows Emi, a schoolteacher whose reputation is threatened after a personal sex tape is uploaded onto the internet. Forced to meet the parents demanding her dismissal, Emi refuses to surrender.  For Adults 18+ only

Bergman Island

Dir.: Mia Hansen-Løve
| 112 minutes

Over the course of one summer, a filmmaking couple settles down to write on the Swedish island of Fårö, where Bergman lived and found inspiration. As their respective scripts progress, they encounter the wild landscapes of the island as memories of a first love resurface, blurring the lines between fiction and reality.

Bruno Reidal, Confessions of a Murderer

Dir.: Vincent Le Port
| 101 minutes

Cantal, France, 1905. In the forest surrounding his native village, young seminarian Bruno Reidal murders a boy before surrendering immediately to the authorities. In prison, under interrogation for weeks, he faces a panel of three doctors attempting to understand his lethal impulses. They order Bruno to retrace his past by writing his life story, as they try to identify the events or the anomaly that could have led to such an atrocity.

Commitment Hasan

Dir.: Semih Kaplanoglu
| 147 minutes

Making a living from gardening and farming in the land he inherited from his father, Hasan tries to get rid of the power line that is going to be installed in the middle of his land. His impending pilgrimage to Mecca leads to soul searching into his past.

Compartment No. 6

Dir.: Juho Kuosmanen
| 106 minutes

A young Finnish woman escapes an enigmatic love affair in Moscow by boarding a train to the arctic port of Murmansk. Forced to share the long ride and a tiny sleeping car with a Russian miner, the unexpected encounter leads the two to face the truth about their own yearning for human connection.


Dir.: Andrea Arnold
| 93 minutes

Andrea Arnold’s documentary is an endeavor to consider cows. To move us closer to them. To see both their beauty and the challenge of their lives. Not in a romantic way, but in a real way. It's a film about one dairy cow's reality and acknowledging her great service to us.


Dir.: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
| 90 minutes

Amin Nawabi, a 36-year-old high-achieving academic, grapples with a painful secret he has kept hidden for 20 years, one that threatens to derail the life he has built for himself. Retold through animation to director Jonas Poher Rasmussen, Nawabi tells the story of his extraordinary journey as a child refugee from Afghanistan.

Great Freedom

Dir.: Sebastian Meise
| 116 minutes

In post-War Germany Hans is imprisoned again and again for being homosexual. Due to paragraph 175, his desire for freedom is systematically destroyed. The one steady relationship in his life becomes his long-time cellmate, Viktor, a convicted murderer. What starts as revulsion grows into something called love.


Dir.: Apichatpong Weerasethakul
| 136 minutes

Apichatpong Weerasethakul, winner of the 2010 Palme D’or for his film UNCLE BOONMEE, returned to Cannes this year with MEMORIA, a film set in Colombia and starring Tilda Swinton, and left with the Grand Jury Prize. Swinton plays Jessica, who arrives in Bogota to visit her sister, but an irritating sound keeps echoing in her ear, giving her no respite.

Petrov's Flu

Dir.: Kirill Serebrennikov
| 145 minutes

A day in the life of a comic book artist and his family in post-Soviet Russia. While suffering from the flu, Petrov is carried by his friend Igor on a long walk, drifting in and out of fantasy and reality. The latest film by Kirill Serebrennikov (LETO), which premiered at the Cannes Official Competition.


Dir.: Julia Ducournau
| 108 minutes

Following a series of unexplained crimes, a father is reunited with his son who has been missing for 10 years. TITANE, the second feature film by Julia Ducournau (RAW), is the big winner at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, the recipient of the 2021 Palme D’Or.  For Adults 18+ only

The Worst Person in the World

Dir.: Joachim Trier
| 127 minutes

Julie is turning thirty and her life is an existential mess. Her talents have gone to waste and her older boyfriend is pushing her to settle down. One night, she crashes a party and meets a young and charming man. Before long, she throws herself into yet another new relationship, hoping for a new perspective on life.