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The inhabitants of a Brazilian village (among them Sônia Braga) find themselves targeted by a group of armed mercenaries led by Udo Kier… who may have met their match in the fed-up, resourceful denizens of little Bacurau.

Beyond the Visible: Hilma Af Klint

Hilma af Klint was an abstract artist before the term existed, a visionary, trailblazing figure inspired by spiritualism, modern science, and the riches of the natural world around her.

Martin Eden

Adapted from a 1909 novel by Jack London yet set in a provocatively unspecified moment in Italy’s history, Martin Eden is a passionate and enthralling narrative fresco in the tradition of the great Italian classics.

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life

OLIVER SACKS: HIS OWN LIFE explores the life and work of the legendary neurologist and storyteller, as he shares intimate details of his battles with drug addiction, homophobia, and a medical establishment that accepted his work only decades after the fact.

Capital in the Twenty-First Century

Based on the international bestseller by rockstar economist Thomas Piketty, this captivating documentary is an eye-opening journey through recent economic history and how it led to our current state of extreme wealth inequality.

Lucky Grandma

In New York City, an ornery, chain-smoking Chinese Grandma (Tsai Chin) goes all in at the casino, landing herself on the wrong side of luck… and in the middle of a Chinatown gang war.


In post-WWII Leningrad, two women, intensely bonded after fighting side by side as anti-aircraft gunners, attempt to readjust to a haunted world when a shocking accident brings them closer… and also seals their fates. Shortlisted for Best International Feature at the 92nd Academy Awards®.

Extra Ordinary

Rose, a small-town Irish driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin from a washed-up rock star who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame.

Sorry We Missed You

The British working class is once again the empathetic subject of Ken Loach’s latest, a wrenching, intimate family drama that exposes the dark side of the so-called "gig economy."

Identifying Features

Winner of the World Cinema Dramatic Audience and Screenplay Awards at the Sundance Film Festival, this lyrical and suspenseful slow burn follows a woman searching for her son who has gone missing after trying to cross the border into the U.S.

Test Pattern

An interracial couple is put to the test after a Black woman is sexually assaulted and her white boyfriend drives her from hospital to hospital in search of a rape kit. Their story reveals the systemic injustices and social conditioning women face when navigating sex and consent within the American patriarchy. Winner of top prizes at the BlackStar and New Orleans Film Festivals, this gripping soci...

M.C. Escher: Journey to Infinity

The story of world famous Dutch graphic artist M.C Escher (1898-1972). Equal parts history, psychology, and psychedelia, Robin Lutz’s entertaining, eye-opening portrait gives us the man through his own words and images: diary musings, excerpts from lectures, correspondence and more are voiced by British actor Stephen Fry, while Escher’s woodcuts, lithographs, and other print works appear in bo...

The Reason I Jump

Based on the best-selling book by Naoki Higashida, The Reason I Jump is an immersive cinematic exploration of neurodiversity through the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people from around the world.

Jazz on a Summer's Day

Filmed at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island and directed by world-renowned photographer Bert Stern, Jazz on a Summer's Day features intimate performances by an all-star line-up of musical legends including Louis Armstrong, Thelonius Monk, Gerry Mulligan, Anita O'Day, Chuck Berry, Dinah Washington, and Mahalia Jackson.

There Is No Evil

Shot in secret and smuggled out of Iran, Berlinale Golden Bear winner THERE IS NO EVIL is an anthology film comprising four moral tales about men faced with a simple yet unthinkable choice – to follow orders to enforce the death penalty, or resist and risk everything.


This fiery and urgent documentary portrait of downtown New York City artist, writer, photographer, and activist David Wojnarowicz reveals his fiercely political, unapologetically queer approach to art that criticized mainstream indifference to AIDS, the epidemic that would take his life at age 37.


Directed by William Greaves and narrated by Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte, Nationtime is a report on the National Black Political Convention held in Gary, Indiana, in 1972, a historic event that gathered black voices from across the political spectrum, among them Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory, Coretta Scott King, Dr. Betty Shabazz, Richard Hatcher, Amiri Baraka, Charles Diggs, Isaac Hayes, Ri...

Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation

The brilliant work, personal struggles, and cultural impact of iconic American writers Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams explodes onto the screen in this innovative dual-portrait documentary featuring vibrant voiceover work from Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto.

The Grey Fox

After decades in prison, stagecoach robber Bill Miner (Richard Farnsworth) emerges in 1901 a free man without a place in 20th century society…until he sees The Great Train Robbery and is inspired to once again do what he does best.

Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful

One of the great masters of photography, Helmut Newton made a name for himself creating provocative and subversive images of women. Featuring candid interviews with Grace Jones, Charlotte Rampling, Isabella Rossellini, Anna Wintour, Claudia Schiffer, and more, this documentary is a wildly entertaining portrait of a controversial genius.

Acasa, My Home

With an empathetic and cinematic eye, filmmaker Radu Ciorniciuc offers viewers, in his feature debut, a compelling tale of an impoverished family living on the fringes of society in Romania, fighting for acceptance and their own version of freedom.

Against the Current

Veiga Grétarsdóttir is the first person in the world to attempt to kayak over 2,000 kilometers around Iceland, counter-clockwise and “against the current.” Veiga’s personal journey is no less remarkable. She was born 44 years ago as a boy in a fishing village on the far west coast of Iceland.

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes

This moving documentary tells the story of pioneering biologist Anne Innis Dagg, who in 1956 made an unprecedented solo journey to South Africa to study giraffes in the wild.

Thousand Pieces of Gold

Sold into prostitution by her destitute family, young Lalu (Rosalind Chao) is taken from China and brought to a rough Idaho mining town in 1880. There, she weathers the racism of the local “white demons” and finds love with a kind Civil War veteran (Chris Cooper).

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