A stellar ensemble takes on this biting satire of modern social norms in Sally Potter’s latest film, starring Kristin Scott Thomas as host to an intimate gathering of friends in her London flat to celebrate her political ascension.
Wed-Sun, Mar 21-25
Three Palestinian women sharing an apartment in the vibrant heart of Tel Aviv find themselves doing the same balancing act between tradition and modernity, citizenship and culture, fealty and freedom.
A grieving father experiences the absurd circumstances around the death of his son in this latest critical reflection on military culture from Israeli filmmaker Samuel Maoz.
Veep creator Armando Iannucci directs a stellar ensemble cast in this acerbic send-up of the Soviet dictator and the bootlick Ministers who vie for power after his sudden demise.
Wed-Sat, Mar 28-31
“In 1946, my great-grandfather murdered a black man named Bill Spann and got away with it.” So begins Travis Wilkerson’s acclaimed documentary which takes us on a journey through the American South to uncover the truth behind a horrific incident and the societal mores that allowed it to happen.
Opens Fri, Mar 30
In this low-key followup to the hit 2001 documentary RIVERS AND TIDES, artist Andy Goldsworthy expounds upon his exploration of the world and himself through ephemeral and permanent workings on the landscape, cities and with his own body.
Opens Fri, Apr 6
Winner of the Jury Prize at last year's Cannes, the new film from Russian master Andrey Zvyagintsev (LEVIATHAN) is an intense study of a family torn apart by divorce, and the 12-year-old son who goes missing without a trace.
Sun-Tue, Apr 8-10
A sustained meditation on the process of image making, the final film from Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami is a graceful and elegiac farewell from one of the giants of world cinema.
Thu, Apr 12 at 6:00pm, 9:00pm
A very special Thursday edition of Music City Mondays! Recorded at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October 2017, DISTANT SKY captures an extraordinary and triumphant live concert from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.
Fri-Thu, Apr 13-19
A recreation of the legendary 1980 Wimbledon Championship match between tennis savants Björn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) and John McEnroe (Shia Lebeouf), as well as the media frenzy surrounding it and the private angst experienced by the players and their coterie.
Opens Fri, Apr 20
From acclaimed filmmaker Andrew Haigh (WEEKEND, 45 YEARS), and based on the beloved novel by Willy Vlautin, comes this deeply moving story about love, loneliness, family and friendship, told through the unique prism of one boy’s connection to a very special racehorse.
Opens Fri, Apr 20
A traumatized veteran (Joaquin Phoenix), unafraid of violence, tracks down missing girls for a living. When a job spins out of control, Joe's nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered leading to what may be his death trip or his awakening. Directed by Lynne Ramsey.
Wed-Sat, Apr 25-28
One of the most critically acclaimed films at Cannes last year, this slow-burning culture-clash thriller uses the trappings of the Western genre to explore current anxieties about borders and our relationships with our neighbors.
Two brothers reluctantly decide to visit the cult they escaped as teenagers only to find something far more sinister at work in this mind-bending sci-fi masterpiece from the makers of SPRING and RESOLUTION.