Monthly Screenings

New films by today’s most renowned and influential film directors


Dir.: Leos Carax
| 139 minutes

Present day Los Angeles. Henry is a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor. Ann, an internationally-renowned opera singer. Under the spotlight, they form a wholesome and glamorous couple. The birth of their first child, Annette, a mysterious little girl with an exceptional destiny, will turn their lives upside down.

Babi Yar. Context

Dir.: Sergei Loznitsa
| 121 minutes

On September 29 and 30, 1941, 33,771 Jews were shot dead in Babi Yar by Nazi and Ukrainian troops. Sergei Loznitsa’s new film reconstructs the historical context of this tragedy through archival footage documenting the German occupation of Ukraine and the subsequent decade.


Dir.: Arnaud Desplechin
| 105 minutes

London, 1987. Philip is a famous American writer living in exile in London. His mistress comes to see him in his office regularly, a refuge for the two lovers. They make love, they argue, they reconcile and talk for hours – about the women who mark out his life, about sex, antisemitism, literature, and about remaining true to oneself.

The Divide

Dir.: Catherine Corsini
| 98 minutes

Raf and Julie, a couple on the verge of a breakup, end up in an emergency room in the midst of a major Yellow Vests protest in Paris. Their encounter with Yann, an injured and angry demonstrator, will shatter their certainties and prejudices. Outside, tension escalate.

First Cow

Dir: Kelly Reichardt
| 121 minutes

A skilled cook travels west and joins a group of fur trappers in Oregon, though the only connection he forges is with a Chinese immigrant also seeking out his fortune. Soon, the two collaborate on a successful business. FIRST COW is the latest film by celebrated filmmaker Kelly Reichardt (WENDY AND LUCY).

New Order

Dir.: Michel Franco
| 86 minutes

A lavish wedding of the upper echelon – spectacular dresses, bottles of champagne, a nervous bride, delighted guests. But beyond the secure boundaries of home, a coup is in the making and the joyous event quickly turns into a violent class struggle that overtakes the entire city. A new film by Michel Franco (AFTER LUCIA) awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the last Venice Film Festival. For Adults 18+ only

Paris, 13th District

Dir.: Jacques Audiard
| 104 minutes

Palme D'Or winner Jacques Audiard (RUST AND BONE, DHEEPAN) returns with an adaptation of KILLING AND DYING, the graphic novel by Adrian Tomine, a modern tale of love and friendship, co-written with Léa Mysius and Céline Sciamma and filmed in a sumptuous black and white.

The Souvenir Part II

Dir.: Joanna Hogg
| 106 minutes

In the aftermath of her tumultuous relationship with a charismatic and manipulative older man, Julie begins to untangle her fraught feelings in the making of her graduation film, sorting fact from his elaborately constructed fiction. 

There Is No Evil

Dir.: Mohammad Rasoulof
| 150 minutes

Four variations on the crucial themes of moral strength and the death penalty, ask to what extent individual freedom can be expressed under a despotic regime and its seemingly inescapable threats. Winner of the 2020 Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.

True Mothers

Dir.: Naomi Kawase
| 140 minutes

After a long and unsuccessful struggle to become pregnant, Satoko and her husband decide to adopt a sweet baby boy. A few years later, their parenthood is shaken by Hikari, a mysterious and threatening woman who pretends to be the child's biological mother. A new film by the deeply admired Japanese filmmaker, Naomi Kawase (SWEET BEAN). 


Dir.: Gaspar Noé
| 142 minutes

Gaspar Noé chose to describe his new film with an enigmatic quote: “Life is a short party that will soon be forgotten.” The esteemed director, known as the bad boy of French cinema for his films IRREVERSIBLE and CLIMAX, makes a 180 degree turn in his choice of narrative and style. The film follows the daily routine of an elderly couple; the wife suffers from dementia and their son shows little interest in their plight.