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THE FLORIDA PROJECT

THE FLORIDA PROJECT

The latest from Sean Baker (TANGERINE) juxtaposes the carefree summer of a spirited kid with the harsh realities dogging the grown-ups of a decaying extended-stay hotel in the shadows of Orlando’s Disney World.

LOVING VINCENT

LOVING VINCENT

By Popular Demand! The world's first fully oil-painted animated feature film brings the art of Vincent van Gogh to life. Shot first as a live-action film, and then painted over frame by frame with oils, LOVING VINCENT is a unique cinematic achievement.

JANE

JANE

Academy Award–nominated director Brett Morgen (KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK) reconstitutes 50-year-old National Geographic footage into a poetic look at primatologist Jane Goodall, set to a magnificent score by Philip Glass.

THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

The strange relationship between a cardiac surgeon and a 16-year-old boy portends a terrifying sacrifice in this eagerly awaited supernatural thriller from Yorgos Lanthimos (THE LOBSTER). Starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Alicia Silverstone.

WONDERSTRUCK

WONDERSTRUCK

The stories of Ben and Rose, two children growing up in different eras, both deaf and both seeking the same mysterious connection. Directed by Todd Haynes (CAROL, FAR FROM HEAVEN). Recommended Age: 9+

MUDBOUND

MUDBOUND

One Week Only. In racially divided post-World War II Mississippi, two men—one black and one white—forge a friendship based on their shared war experiences. Directed by Nashville native Dee Rees (PARIAH, BESSIE).

NOVITIATE

NOVITIATE

Oscar winner Melissa Leo (THE FIGHTER) oversees a bevy of up-and-coming female actors in this drama about aspiring nuns at an isolated Catholic school in 1964, forced to re-examine their faith and their calling in light of the liberal reforms of Vatican II. Shot on location in and around Nashville.

THE SQUARE

THE SQUARE

Swedish provocateur Ruben Östlund (FORCE MAJEURE) took home the Palme d’Or at Cannes for this no-holds-barred satire of the postmodern art world.

THE DISASTER ARTIST

THE DISASTER ARTIST

Based on Greg Sestero’s memoir of the same name. Director/star James Franco lovingly recreates the story of the making of THE ROOM, the infamous 2003 film which was unintentionally reborn a few years later as the #1 Midnight Movie of the new millennium.

THE SHAPE OF WATER

THE SHAPE OF WATER

At the height of the Cold War, circa 1962, two workers in a high-tech US government laboratory (Sally Hawkins and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer) discover a terrifying secret experiment, in this otherworldly fairytale from Guillermo del Toro (PAN’S LABYRINTH).

THE BREADWINNER

THE BREADWINNER

Based on the award-winning novel, this new animated film tells the story of an 11-year-old Afghan girl, born into an ever-changing world of conflict and oppression, who finds strength in the love of her family and the power of storytelling. Directed by Nora Twomey (THE SECRET OF KELLS).

THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE

THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE

Finnish master-of-deadpan Aki Kaurismäki returns with the wry tale of a stowaway Syrian refugee finding his way in Helsinki.

THELMA

THELMA

Recently moved to Oslo to attend school, a young woman falls in love and discovers that she possesses terrifying powers in this supernatural thriller from acclaimed director Joachim Trier.

 

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