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  • The Triplets of Belleville


    Directed by Sylvain Chomet • 2003 • France

    Sylvain Chomet’s wondrous homage to antique animation blends Jazz Age whimsy with retina-tickling surrealism for a one-of-a-kind, Oscar-nominated confection. When her cyclist grandson is kidnapped during the Tour de France, the intrepid Madame Souza emb...

  • Gambling Lady


    Directed by Archie Mayo • 1934 • United States
    Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Joel McCrea, Pat O’Brien

    Lady Lee (Barbara Stanwyck) has an uncanny sense of cards, which she has used to build a successful gambling business and a reputation for complete honesty, despite constant pressure from the mob. ...

  • Wild Reeds


    Directed by André Téchiné • 1994 • France
    Starring Gaël Morel, Élodie Bouchez, Stéphane Rideau

    André Téchiné’s most personal and critically acclaimed film charts the sexual and political awakening of a group of French teenagers coming of age in the early sixties during the Algerian War. As Franç...

  • So Big!

    So Big!


    Directed by William A. Wellman • 1932 • United States
    Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Bette Davis, George Brent

    Based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel by Edna Ferber, SO BIG! casts Barbara Stanwyck as Selina Peake, a resourceful schoolteacher turned farmer’s wife who, following the death of her hu...

  • Police Story
    Movie + 8 extras

    Police Story

    Movie + 8 extras

    Directed by Jackie Chan • 1985 • Hong Kong
    Starring Jackie Chan, Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung

    The jaw-dropping set pieces fly fast and furious in Jackie Chan’s breathtakingly inventive martial-arts comedy, a smash hit that made him a worldwide icon of daredevil action spectacle. The director/star...

  • Police Story 2
    Movie + 7 extras

    Police Story 2

    Movie + 7 extras

    Directed by Jackie Chan • 1988 • Hong Kong
    Starring Jackie Chan, Maggie Cheung

    Jackie Chan followed up the massive success of POLICE STORY with an even bigger box-office hit. Having been demoted to a lowly traffic cop for his, ahem, unorthodox policing methods, Chan’s go-it-alone officer Ka-Kui ...

  • Baby Face

    Baby Face


    Directed by Alfred E. Green • 1933 • United States
    Starring Barbara Stanwyck, John Wayne, George Brent

    She climbed the ladder of success—wrong by wrong! Barbara Stanwyck stars as Lily “Baby Face” Powers, a tough woman of unusual beauty who sleeps her way to the top of a banking empire, leavin...

  • Attenberg



    Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari • 2010 • Greece
    Starring Ariane Labed, Vangelis Mourikis, Evangelina Randou

    Part of the new wave of Greek cinema, ATTENBERG is an offbeat coming-of-age film. Twenty-three-year-old Marina is living in a small factory town by the sea where her once-visionary arc...

  • Beauty and the Devil


    Directed by René Clair • 1950 • France
    Starring Michel Simon, Gérard Philipe, Nicole Besnard

    Professor Henri Faust, retiring after fifty years as an alchemist, despairs at still knowing nothing of the true secrets of nature . . . whereupon his old acquaintance Mephistopheles, servant of Lucifer,...

  • 24 Frames Per Century


    Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari • 2013 • Greece

    This short piece by Athina Rachel Tsangari, commissioned for the seventieth edition of the Venice Film Festival in 2013, draws on Jean-Luc Godard’s CONTEMPT and functions as a meditation on the state of cinema, depicting two film projectors cont...

  • Fitzcarraldo


    Directed by Werner Herzog • 1982 • West Germany
    Starring Klaus Kinski, Claudia Cardinale

    Werner Herzog’s infamously arduous productions were already legendary when he outdid himself with FITZCARRALDO, a feat as utterly quixotic and improbable as its protagonist. Klaus Kinski stars as the wild-ey...

  • Where the Green Ants Dream


    Directed by Werner Herzog • 1984 • West Germany, Australia
    Starring Bruce Spence, Wandjuk Marika, Roy Marika

    Werner Herzog heads to the Australian outback for this typically idiosyncratic variation on one of his pet themes: the uneasy relationship between modern man and nature. When an Australia...

  • The Enigma of Kasper Hauser


    Directed by Werner Herzog • 1974 • West Germany
    Starring Bruno S., Walter Ladengast, Brgitte Mira

    Based on real events, THE ENIGMA OF KASPAR HAUSER tells the story of a young man imprisoned in a basement dungeon for the first seventeen years of his life, devoid of human contact, until his captor...

  • Nosferatu the Vampyre


    Directed by Werner Herzog • 1979 • West Germany
    Starring Klaus Kinski, Isabelle Adjani, Bruno Ganz

    It is 1850 in the beautiful, perfectly-kept town of Wismar. Jonathan Harker (Bruno Ganz) is about to leave on a long journey over the Carpathian Mountains to finalize real-estate arrangements with ...

  • My Best Fiend


    Directed by Werner Herzog • 1999 • Germany

    An engrossing look at one of cinema’s most intriguing partnerships, MY BEST FIEND chronicles Werner Herzog’s legendarily volatile friendship with actor Klaus Kinski. As Herzog delves into his history with Kinski in colorful detail—from the flat Kinski o...

  • You Can't Do Everything at Once, But You Can Leave Everything at Once


    Directed by Marie-Elsa Sgualdo • 2013 • Switzerland

    With an innovative mix of archival footage, reenactments, and voice-over, director Marie-Elsa Sgualdo tells the story of her mother’s life and how it flows into her own, arriving at an intimate reflection on the origins of the feminist movement.

  • The Witnesses


    Directed by André Téchiné • 2007 • France
    Starring Michel Blanc, Emmanuelle Béart, Sami Bouajila

    Set in the 1980s during the outbreak of the AIDS crisis, this deeply human drama traces the intertwining, evolving relationships that form between four people: a middle-aged gay doctor (Michel Blanc)...

  • The Slow Business of Going


    Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari • 2000 • Greece, United States
    Starring Lizzie Curry Martinez, Maria Tsantsanoglou, Gary Price

    Developed over five years in collaboration with its actors, this genre-spanning examination of postmillennial alienation and dislocation by Athina Rachel Tsangari mer...

  • The Skin Game


    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock • 1931 • United Kingdom
    Starring Edmund Gwenn, Helen Haye, C. V. France

    Based on a play by John Galsworthy, this drawing-room drama traces the mutually destructive feud that develops between two wealthy families—one composed of old-money traditionalists, the other no...

  • The New Land
    Movie + 2 extras

    The New Land

    Movie + 2 extras

    Directed by Jan Troell • 1972 • Sweden
    Starring Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann

    This monumental mid-nineteenth-century epic from Jan Troell charts, over the course of two films, a Swedish farming family’s voyage to America and their efforts to put down roots in this beautiful but forbidding new world...

  • Sacrilège


    Directed by Christophe M. Saber • 2017 • France, Switzerland

    The charming, cocksure Saoud rules his neighborhood in Saint Etienne, France—until word spreads that he has stolen money from his mosque’s cashbox. As tensions escalate, Saoud must fight to save his reputation and avoid becoming a pari...

  • Rich and Strange


    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock • 1931 • United Kingdom
    Starring Henry Kendall, Joan Barry

    Taking its all-too-appropriate title from “The Tempest,” this fascinatingly offbeat satiric drama concerns a stuck-in-a-rut young couple who, upon coming into a generous inheritance, immediately use the money...

  • Paradise: Hope


    Directed by Ulrich Seidl • 2013 • Austria
    Starring Melanie Lenz, Verena Lehbauer

    The third installment in Ulrich Seidl’s PARADISE TRILOGY, PARADISE: HOPE tells the story of overweight thirteen-year-old Melanie and her first love. While her mother travels to Kenya (PARADISE: LOVE) and her aunt do...

  • Cassis



    Directed by Jonas Mekas • 1966 • United States

    A full day, from sunrise to sunset, in the French coastal town of Cassis is captured in one glorious time-lapse shot.