Monthly Screenings


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

Crimes of the Future

Dir: David Cronenberg
| 107 minutes

As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances.


Dir.: Jerzy Skolimowski
| 86 minutes

The world is a mysterious place when seen through the eyes of a grey donkey with melancholic eyes, meets good and bad people on his life’s path, experiences joy and pain, endures the wheel of fortune randomly turning his luck into disaster. But not even for a moment does he lose his innocence.

Final Cut

Dir.: Michel Hazanavicius
| 110 minutes

In an abandoned building, a low-budget zombie horror film is falling apart on set. The abusive director is already pushing the cast and crew to the brink with his obnoxious behavior when he reveals his plan to inject energy and excitement into the project: unlocking a real-life ancient zombie curse. 

A Hero

Dir.: Asghar Farhadi
| 128 minutes

Rahim is in prison for a debt he was unable to repay. During a two-day leave, he tries to convince his creditor to withdraw his complaint against part of the sum. But things don't go as planned. Winner of the Grand Prix at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.

The Hole

Dir.: Michelangelo Frammartino
| 93 minutes

The extraordinary adventure of the young members of the Piedmont Speleological Group who, having already explored all the caves of Northern Italy, changed course in August 1961 and ventured south to explore other caves unknown to man.

The Natural History of Destruction

Dir.: Sergei Loznitsa
| 109 minutes

Inspired by W.G. Sebald’s novel and based upon WWII archival footage, the film poses the question: Is it morally acceptable to use civilian population as a means of war? Is it possible to justify mass destruction for the sake of higher “moral” ideals? The question remains as relevant today, as it did 80 years ago.

Nobody’s Hero

Dir.: Alain Guiraudie
| 100 minutes

Médéric (35) meets and falls in love with Isadora, a married middle-aged sex worker. When a terrorist attack takes place, Selim, a young, homeless man, provokes a wave of paranoia by taking refuge in Médéric's building. Sympathizing with Selim and crazy about Isadora, Mederics life takes a very messy turn. 

The Novelist's Film

Dir.: Hong Sangsoo
| 92 minutes

The new film by Hong Sangsoo follows a female novelist who takes a long trip to visit a bookstore, run by a younger colleague who has fallen out of touch. She then climbs up a tower and runs into a film director and his wife. They take a walk in a park and meet an actress, after which the novelist tries to convince the actress to make a film.  


Dir.: Ulrich Seidl
| 114 minutes

Richie Bravo, a formerly successful pop star, chases after his faded fame in wintry Rimini. Trapped between permanent intoxication and concerts for busloads of tourists, his world starts to collapse when his adult daughter breaks into his life. She demands money that he doesn't have.

Smoking Causes Coughing

Dir.: Quentin Dupieux
| 77 minutes

After a devastating battle against a diabolical turtle, a team of five avengers – known as the TOBACCO FORCE – is sent on a mandatory retreat to strengthen their deteriorating group dynamic. Their sojourn goes wonderfully well until Lézardin, Emperor of Evil, decides to annihilate planet Earth....