Features interviews with Charlotte Rampling, Isabella Rossellini, Grace Jones, Anna Wintour, Claudia Schiffer, and more!

"A gossipy portrait... charmingly naughty." – The New York Times


Official Selection: ACID Cannes Film Festival, Rendez-vous with French Cinema

"A beautifully made minor-key tone poem about love, loss and death." – The Hollywood Reporter


Subject of a smash retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum

"Critic's Pick! Bristles with the excitement of discovery and also with the impatience that recognition has taken so long." – The New York Times


Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller by Thomas Piketty

"It's a massive achievement, turning this weighty volume into enthralling cinema." –


From Academy Award nominee Atom Egoyan

"Rich and teasing. An elaborate time-slipping thriller." – The Guardian

"A beautifully nuanced performance by David Thewlis... a tour-de-force." – Screen International


Starring Jeanne Balibar, Ramzy Bedia, Emmanuelle Béart, Mathieu Amalric

"A beautifully absurd comedy, served by a cohort of talented actors." – Le Monde


Directed by Abel Ferrara and starring Willem Dafoe

"Critic's Pick! Crackle[s] with ideas and empathy, as Ferrara’s best work always does." – The New York Times

"Dafoe is incredible." – Little White Lies


"Critic's Pick! An inspiring documentary." – The New York Times

"Illustrates that the fight for democracy unfolding around the world is one and the same." –


Starring Bruno Ganz (Wings of Desire) and based on the international bestseller

"Stunning! A vibrant coming-of-age story and an intriguing portrayal of Sigmund Freud." – The Hollywood Reporter


Official Selection: Cannes Directors' Fortnight

"A pair of winning central performances and a heartfelt, drolly funny script elevate a breezily comic love story set in a small French town." – Variety


Winner of Major Awards at the Tribeca, Berlin, and Busan Film Festivals

"A warm, complex and hopeful slice of teen life." – The Hollywood Reporter


Featuring Tsai Chin and Corey Ha

"A heist movie like this shouldn't exist. But thank god it does." – VICE

"Paced as perfectly as a punchline. Chin exudes cool." – The New York Times




Writer Charles Bukowski like you've never seen him before! 

"A time capsule which captures an iconic American author in his natural state and habitat." – Hammer to Nail

"Exuberant, surprising and fascinating." – Panorama Magazine


Travel back in time to the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival!

With performances by Louis Armstrong, Mahalia Jackson, Dinah Washington, Anita O'Day, and Thelonius Monk

"The best feature-length jazz concert film ever made." – Chicago Reader




Winner: Cannes Jury Prize

"A perfect blend of blistering social commentary and illicit genre-flick thrills." – Rolling Stone

"Critic's Pick! A heart-thumping political allegory." – The New York Times


Starring Maeve Higgins and Will Forte

"Joyful and creative... armed with wit and charm to spare." – SF Chronicle

"One of the sweetest and funniest movies of the year." – /Film


Feminist Western starring Rosalind Chao and Chris Cooper

"Rosalind Chao's performance is a wonder." – Roger Ebert

"A hard yet romantic look at men, women and gold in the Old West." – The Hartford Courant


Three-part episodic cinema from the director of Fatima

"One of the most exciting series of the year." – Cahiers du Cinema

"Defends the fundamental rights of gay people." – Le Parisien


From British master Ken Loach

"Critic’s Pick! Brutally moving... as pungent as Parasite." – The New York Times

"✭✭✭✭✭ Fierce, open and angry... This brilliant film will focus minds." – The Guardian


Oscar shortlisted: Best International Feature

"Critic’s Pick! Dazzling… a brilliantly told, deeply moving story about love." – The New York Times

"Ferocious and extraordinary. You often have to remind yourself to breathe." – Variety


A selection of the best recent short films from France

Including award winners from Cannes, Locarno, Palm Springs, and more!


New restorations of early queer classics for Pride!

Victor and Victoria (1933)

Mädchen in Uniform (1931)

Michael (1924)


Oscar winner: Best Foreign Language Film (1981)

"One of the greatest movie performances I've ever seen." – Roger Ebert

"This film is a work of art." – Ingmar Bergman


Meet pioneering biologist Anne Innis Dagg

"An inspiring documentary that should be at the top of everyone’s list of must-see films." – Alliance of Women Film Journalists

"Uniquely captivating." – Bay Area Reporter


Newly restored Canadian Western starring Richard Farnsworth

"One of the loveliest adventures of the year." – Roger Ebert

"Terrific. Richard Farnsworth is a delight." – The New York Times