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Twenty-five-year-old Freddie returns to Korea, the country of her birth, for the very first time since being adopted by a French couple. She decides to track down her biological parents, but her journey takes a surprising turn. A New York Times Critic's Pick!
Directed by Stephen Frears (THE QUEEN, PHILOMENA) and starring Sally Hawkins (THE SHAPE OF WATER, SPENCER), THE LOST KING is the inspiring true story of a woman who refused to be ignored and took on Britain’s most eminent historians, forcing them to rethink the legacy of one of the most controversial rulers in English history.
Every mom wants to be wanted—but not for murder! Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterston, Ricki Lake and Matthew Lillard star in one of John Waters' standout '90s black comedies.
Fri, 3/24
The world’s most eminent Cassatt curators and scholars help tell this riveting tale of great social and cultural change; a time when women were fighting for their rights and the language of art was completely re-written. Mary Cassatt and her modern women were at the heart of it all.
Sat, 3/25
A philosophy teacher in Berlin questions her life choices when she and her teenage daughter return to her small East German hometown to visit her mother. An official selection of the Berlin International Film Festival.
Sun, 3/26
In a near future, a family reckons with questions of love, connection and loss after their android helper unexpectedly breaks down. Starring Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith and Justin H. Min. Introduction by Salman Hameed, Hampshire College.
Tue, 3/28
A lost treasure of 1990s DIY filmmaking, Cauleen Smith’s DRYLONGSO embeds an incisive look at racial injustice within a lovingly handmade buddy movie/murder mystery/romance.
Wed, 3/29
Sat, 4/1
Featuring a live post-screening conversation with director Amber Bemak. 100 WAYS TO CROSS THE BORDER is a playful and mesmerizing performance documentary on the extraordinary Mexican/Chicanx performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s 40+ year career of radical artistic practice alongside his international troupe La Pocha Nostra.
Thu, 3/30
Opening 3/31. Evoking the feeling of discovering a reel of never-before-seen celluloid unspooling in a haunted movie palace, this provocative and masterful vision of horror asserts Mark Jenkin as one of the U.K.’s most exciting and singular filmmakers.
14-year-old Regan (Linda Blair) is plagued by increasingly violent fits and bizarre behaviors. When medical intervention fails, her actress mother (Ellen Burstyn) calls in the demon-fighting priests (Max von Sydow and Jason Miller).
Fri, 3/31
Clarice Starling, a young F.B.I. cadet (Jodie Foster in an Oscar-winning role), receives the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal to help catch another serial killer—a madman who skins his victims. Jonathan Demme's THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS swept the Academy Awards® (Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, Actress, Actor) and remains a cultural touchstone.
Sun, 4/2
Tue, 4/4
Poland, 1983. The country is shaken by the case of Grzegorz Przemyk, a high school student beaten to death by militia. Based on true events, the film follows the story of Jurek—the only witness of the beating, who overnight became the number one enemy of the state. Poland's Official Submission for 94th Academy Awards.
Mon, 4/3
Director Jennifer Texiera joins us in person for a post-screening Q&A. In the golden age of documentary, who benefits? SUBJECT explores the life-altering experience of sharing one’s life on screen through the participants of five acclaimed documentaries: HOOP DREAMS, THE STAIRCASE, THE WOLFPACK, THE SQUARE, and CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS.
Thu, 4/6
Coming soon. The struggle between the strictures of religion and our own brute animal nature plays out amid the beautifully forbidding landscapes of remote Iceland in this stunning psychological epic from director Hlynur Pálmason.
Dr. Atsuko Chiba is a genius scientist by day, and a dream warrior named PAPRIKA by night. In this psychedelic sci-fi adventure, it will take the skills of both women to save the world.
Fri, 4/7
Ralph Fiennes (NT Live: Antony & Cleopatra) leads the cast in David Hare’s (NT Live: Skylight) blazing account of the most powerful man in New York, a master manipulator whose legacy changed the city forever.
Sat, 4/8
In this Oscar-winning mashup of live action and animation, both a satire of and love letter to whodunits, cartoon-hating private eye Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) begrudgingly works to prove Roger Rabbit innocent of murder.
Sun, 4/9
Tue, 4/11
Opening 4/14. A crew of young environmental activists execute a daring mission to sabotage an oil pipeline in this taut and timely thriller that is part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of the climate crisis.
Isao Natsuyagi stars as Kiba, a charismatic ronin who wanders into a small town and ends up ensnared in a local conflict that's more than meets the eye. Double and triple-crosses ensue, illustrated with savage but economical violence courtesy of famed director Hideo Gosha's striking black and white filmmaking, with much of the vicious swordplay caught in stunning slow motion. New restoration!
Fri, 4/14
A Colombian teenage girl has to face the frustration of being the only member of her family without magical powers. This sing-along version of ENCANTO features on-screen lyrics, and audiences are encouraged to sing along with their favorite songs.
Sat, 4/15
Denzel Washington stars as ex-GI Easy Rawlins, hired to find the missing lover of a mayoral candidate in late-1940s Los Angeles. This stylish mystery, adapted from the novel by Walter Mosley, both channels and subverts classic noir tropes.
Sun, 4/16
Tue, 4/18
With loans from across the world, this major retrospective at the Rijksmuseum will bring together Vermeer’s most famous masterpieces. This Exhibition on Screen film invites audiences to a private view of the exhibition, accompanied by the director of the Rijksmuseum and the curator of the show.
Wed, 4/19
Sat, 4/29
From Takashi Miike, the prolific director of genre milestones AUDITION and ICHI THE KILLER, comes THE HAPPINESS OF THE KATAKURIS—a movie that can best be described as THE SOUND OF MUSIC meets DAWN OF THE DEAD.
Fri, 4/21
Adapted from the 1951 novel by the Italian writer Alberto Moravia, Bernardo Bertolucci's fourth feature was his first genuine international success, and remains among the director's most accomplished works. New 4K restoration.
Sat, 4/22
Wed, 4/26
Have you ever felt like a Supporting Character in your own life? What if you really are one...?
Sun, 4/23
During a mission to Mars, American astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead and left behind. But Watney is still alive. Against all odds, he must find a way to contact Earth in the hope that scientists can devise a rescue plan to bring him home. Introduction by Darby Dyar, Mount Holyoke College.
Tue, 4/25
An extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy, directed by Clint Dyer with a cast that includes Giles Terera (HAMILTON), Rosy McEwen (THE ALIENIST) and Paul Hilton (THE INHERITANCE).
Thu, 4/27
Sat, 5/13
Opening 4/28. A sculptor preparing to open a new show must balance her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends, in Kelly Reichardt's vibrant and captivatingly funny portrait of art and craft. Starring Michelle Williams, Hong Chau, André Benjamin, Judd Hirsch, and more.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s spellbinding international breakthrough established him as one of the leaders of the emerging new wave of Japanese horror while pushing the genre into uncharted realms of philosophical and existential exploration.
Fri, 4/28
Between 1968 and 1983, a San Francisco cartoonist becomes obsessed with tracking down the notorious Zodiac Killer. Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo star in David Fincher’s masterful true crime drama.
Sun, 4/30
Tue, 5/2
Polsky, a lonely and grumpy Holocaust survivor, lives in the remote 1960s Colombian countryside. When a mysterious old German man moves in next door, Polsky suspects that his new neighbor is, of all people, Adolf Hitler.
Thu, 5/4
Crime boss Lucy Diamond (Jordana Brewster) is back in the states and the D.E.B.S.—an elite team of paramilitary college co-ed superspies—are hot on her trail. But when their top agent, Amy Bradshaw (Sara Foster), mysteriously disappears after coming face to face with the young villainess, the D.E.B.S. begin a full-scale search for Lucy's secret lair, never suspecting that Amy may not want to be rescued after all.
Fri, 5/5
In a land defined by conflict and division for centuries, a new generation of artists is reframing the conversation. In this documentary, Israeli and Palestinian musicians unite to break a cycle of fear and distrust in this inspiring, hopeful look at the universal language of song.
Sun, 5/7
Grindhouse Releasing has teamed with original composer Fabio Frizzi to present a special "Composer's Cut" of Fulci's horror masterpiece featuring an all-new alternate soundtrack and a stunning new 4K restoration from the original camera negatives, exclusively in theaters!
Fri, 5/12
A security guard (Bruce Willis), having been the sole survivor of a high-fatality train crash, finds himself at the centre of a mysterious theory that explains his consistent physical good fortune. Introduction by Michael Barresi, Smith College.
Wed, 5/17
In 1968 America, as two men fight to become the next president, all eyes are on the battle between two others: the cunningly conservative William F. Buckley Jr., and the unruly liberal Gore Vidal. David Harewood (HOMELAND) and Zachary Quinto (STAR TREK) play feuding political rivals in James Graham’s multiple award-winning new drama.
Thu, 5/18
Sat, 6/10
A single mother and her child fall into a deep well of paranoia when an eerie children's book manifests in their home.
Fri, 5/19
After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home. Professor R. Craig Albertson of UMass Amherst joins us for a live, kid-friendly introduction as part of Science on Screen®, exploring how fish move and other fun facts about life under the sea.
Sat, 5/20
One of the films that drew global attention to the Iranian New Wave, THE RUNNER follows a resourceful 11-year-old orphan (an astounding Madjid Niroumand) who lives in an abandoned oil tanker in the port city of Abadan. New 2K restoration.
Sun, 5/21
Wed, 5/24
Based on a major exhibition at the Ashmolean in Oxford, Tokyo Stories spans 400 years of incredibly dynamic art—ranging from the delicate woodblock prints of Hokusai and Hiroshige, to Pop Art posters, contemporary photography, Manga, film, and brand-new artworks that were created on the streets.
Tue, 5/23
Sat, 6/3
New 4K restoration! Written, directed, scored, and edited by John Carpenter two years prior to HALLOWEEN, ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 combines the template of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with the spirit of RIO BRAVO to forge a movie like no other.
Fri, 5/26
David Tennant (Doctor Who) makes a much-anticipated return to the West End in a blistering reimagining of one of Britain’s most powerful, political plays.
Thu, 6/15
Sat, 7/1