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Gotham Awards and Sundance Film Festival prize-winner

"A stunning Mexican border drama." – Cinema Scope

"Critic's Pick! Enlivened and energized by striking, purposeful images." – The New York Times

"A visionary work of devastating power." – Sight & Sound

 

IDA Documentary Awards nominee and winner of the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival

"A wondrous work... that is also ravishing to behold." – The Hollywood Reporter

"The Reason I Jump will change how you think." – Screen Daily

 

Critic's Pick! – The New York Times

"A brave, revelatory, and beautifully realized film, it is easily one of the year’s best and most important documentaries." – RogerEbert.com

"Intimate and highly compelling." – Indiewire

 

Sundance award-winner and IDA Documentary Awards nominee

“A profound exploration of family, nature and contemporary society.” – Los Angeles Times

"Timeless and of-the-moment, vividly specific and universally resonant.The Hollywood Reporter

 

Winner of top prizes at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals

"Critic's Pick! Audacious and thrilling... an ingenious adaptation of the Jack London novel." – The New York Times

"One of the most epic-feeling Italian movies in years." – Time Out New York

 

The story of the greatest soul man you’ve never heard.” – HotPress

"Endlessly fascinating. You can't make this stuff up." – The Hollywood Reporter

“Not since Searching for Sugar Man has there been a music documentary as surprising.” – Los Angeles Times

 

Written and directed by Viggo Mortensen

"A masterful family drama." – The Hollywood Reporter

“A beautifully controlled drama about age, memory and forgiveness.” – The Wrap

 

"A love letter to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art... [and] the struggling factory town where the institution is situated." – The New York Times

Embodies the museum's goal of uniting high art, pop culture and social consciousness." – Boston Globe

 

A portrait of activist and political prisoner Nasrin Sotoudeh and Iran’s women’s rights movement

“Nasrin Sotoudeh is a hero for our age.” – The New York Times

Nasrin will make you angry at injustice, and give you hope. This is a must-see film!” – Gloria Steinem

COMING SOON TO KINO MARQUEE


 

 

A showcase of some of the most exciting new cinematic voices from Germany

Featuring award winners from Sundance, Berlin, CPH:DOX, IDFA, and more!

 

A portrait of the pioneering Supreme Court Justice

Told through the direct words of Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a professor, advocate, judge and justice from the 1970s onward

 

A portrait of world famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher

Narrated by Stephen Fry

"A fitting tribute... Escher is a very modern artist who appears to belong to a time that we’ve left behind." – Cinephil

 

Winner of top prizes at the BlackStar and New Orleans Film Festivals

"Feels just as emblematic of its moment as Thelma & Louise." Film Comment

"A gripping movie with first-rate performances." – St. Louis Public Radio

 

New restoration of the classic documentary about "outlaw" country

Featuring rarely-captured performances by Townes Van Zandt, David Alan Coe, Steve Earle, Guy Clark, and more!