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Unleashed from the dungeon of the American Genre Film Archive, don't miss this senses-shattering compilation of the most spine-ripping, slime-slinging, soul-shredding horror trailers that you’ve never seen.
In this charming British comedy with a score by Belle & Sebastian, a teenager spends his summer listening to heavy metal music and trying to get along with his librarian mom.
Last day today! Lyudmila, a devout Communist Party official in the USSR's rural south, desperately searches for her daughter after a workers' strike is met with violent retaliation. A New York Times Critic's Pick.
Last day today! A young Southeast Asian couple wrestles with the nebulous cultural zone between first and second generation immigrant life. Free to Amherst Cinema Members.
Last day today! Equal parts history, psychology, and psychedelia, this entertaining, eye-opening portrait gives us M.C. Escher through his own words and images.
Last day today! Enjoy a new restoration of this funny, indignant second feature from Senegalese filmmaker Ousmane Sembene, about a money order gone awry.
A senses-ravishing odyssey through the halls of time and memory, Andrei Tarkovsky’s sublime MIRROR is as much a film as it is a poem composed in images, as much a work of cinema as it is a hypnagogic hallucination. New restoration!
In this collection of shorts, filmmakers gaze at themselves and their world, attempting to make sense of what they see reflected back. From gripping drama to heart-warming comedy, features timely stories from Black artists that take us outside the ordinary.
Last day today! In her own words, this film tells the improbable story of how Ruth Bader Ginsburg became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Last day today! By turns biting, tender, and surreal, with striking cinematography, this doc explores life inside the palm-tree-lined streets of America’s largest retirement community. A New York Times Critic's Pick.
Part psychological horror, part realist drama, this debut feature from Shatara Michelle Ford is set against the backdrop of national discussions around inequitable health care and policing, the #metoo movement, and race in America.
Pensioners Nina and Madeleine have hidden their passionate love for many decades, but their bond is put to the test when they are suddenly unable to move freely between each other's apartments.

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A senses-ravishing odyssey through the halls of time and memory, Andrei Tarkovsky’s sublime MIRROR is as much a film as it is a poem composed in images, as much a work of cinema as it is a hypnagogic hallucination. New restoration!
Unleashed from the dungeon of the American Genre Film Archive, don't miss this senses-shattering compilation of the most spine-ripping, slime-slinging, soul-shredding horror trailers that you’ve never seen.
Pensioners Nina and Madeleine have hidden their passionate love for many decades, but their bond is put to the test when they are suddenly unable to move freely between each other's apartments.
In this collection of shorts, filmmakers gaze at themselves and their world, attempting to make sense of what they see reflected back. From gripping drama to heart-warming comedy, features timely stories from Black artists that take us outside the ordinary.