Monthly Screenings


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

A Brighter Tomorrow

Dir.: Nanni Moretti
| 96 minutes

A movie director struggles with his family, and with his latest movie on the impact of the 1956 USSR invasion of Hungary on the Italian Communist Party. Nanni Moretti’s latest film which premiered at the recent Cannes Film Festival.


Club Zero

Dir.: Jessica Hausner
| 110 minutes

Miss Novak joins the staff of an international boarding school to teach a conscious eating class. She instructs that eating less is healthy. The other teachers are slow to notice what is happening and by the time the distracted parents become aware of the situation, Club Zero has become a reality.


Dir.: Lisandro Alonso
| 146 minutes

Alaina is tired of being a police officer in the Pine Ridge Reservation and decides to stop answering her radio. Her niece Sadie spends a long night waiting for her, to no avail. Hurt, she decides to begin her journey with the help of her grandfather: She will fly through space and time to South America, she will stop watching old black and white westerns, and everything will change once she hears the dreams of other people, those who live in the forest.

In Water

Dir.: Hong Sang-soo
| 61 minutes

A young actor decides to give up acting and make a short film. The small crew arrives on rocky, windswept Jeju Island. In search of an idea, the young actor explores the surroundings, waits for the right light to emerge, and watches the horizon from the coast. 

The Kiev Trial

Dir.: Sergei Loznitsa
| 106 minutes

The Kiev Trial took place in January 1946 and was one of the first post-war trials convicting German Nazis and their collaborators. Using unique, previously unseen, archival footage, Sergei Loznitsa reconstructs key moments of the proceedings, including statements of the defendants and testimonies of the witnesses.

Last Summer

Dir.: Catherine Breillat
| 104 minutes

Anne, a brilliant lawyer, lives in perfect harmony with her husband Pierre and their six and eight-year-old daughters. One day, Theo, 17, Pierre’s son from a previous marriage, moves in with them. Anne is troubled by Theo and gradually engages in a passionate relationship with him, putting her career and family life in danger.


On the Adamant

Dir.: Nicolas Philibert
| 109 minutes

Nicolas Philibert’s recent documentary, which won the Golden Bear at the 2023 Berlin International Film Festival, follows patients and caregivers at a unique psychiatric facility located in the middle of the Seine River in central Paris.

Our Body

Dir.: Claire Simon
| 168 minutes

In a Parisian public hospital, Claire Simon questions what it means to live in women’s bodies, filming their diversity, singularity, and beauty throughout all stages in life. Unique stories of desires, fears, and struggles unfold, including the one of the filmmaker herself.


Dir.: Ira Sachs
| 91 minutes

In Ira Sachs's new drama, a gay couple's relationship is thrown into turmoil when one of them falls in love with an attractive young woman. In Paris, as it is presented in this heartbreaking cinematic work, there is nothing more powerful than passion

The Plough

Dir.: Philippe Garrel
| 95 minutes

In a world where technology develops at an exponential rate and new means good, a small family preserves the ancient art of puppetry. When the father of the family unexpectedly collapses, his three children feel they must protect his legacy. Even when it comes to puppets, the show must go on.

Showing Up

Dir.: Kelly Reichardt
| 108 minutes

In Kelly Reichardt's vibrant and captivatingly funny portrait of art, a sculptor preparing to open a new show must balance her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends,. SHOWING UP competed for the Cannes Palme d'Or.


Dir.: Ulrich Seidl
| 99 minutes

Ewald moved to Romania years ago. Now in his 40s, he seeks a fresh start. Leaving his girlfriend, he moves to the hinterland. With young boys from the area, he transforms a decaying school into a fortress. The children enjoy a new, carefree existence. But the distrust of the villagers is soon awakened.

Theater of Thought

Dir.: Werner Herzog
| 107 minutes

Through the lens of legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog, the film takes audiences on a journey into the study of the mind and consciousness, daring us to question whether we truly have autonomy over our thoughts, or if our brains will inevitably become infused with mind-controlling technology.