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Dir. Jim Henson. 1986, 101 mins. DCP. With Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie. In order to save her brother, who has been captured by the Goblin King, Sarah must find her way through a magical labyrinth. ...


Bend It Like Beckham

In this megahit from 2002, Jess (Parminda Nagra) wants to pursue a passion for football, to the chagrin of her parents, who want her to live up to their ideas of a woman’s duties and fear for her acceptance due to their own traumatic experiences.



Horror master Carpenter shifted gears in 1984 for this gentle yet commanding extra-terrestrial love story starring an Oscar-nominated Bridges as an outer-space being who crash lands in Wisconsin.


Brick Lane

Based on the novel by Monica Ali, Brick Lane is a tender depiction of the Bangladeshi community, immersing the viewer in a time and place marked by crisis without reducing the very full characters to political allegory.


My Beautiful Laundrette

In this Thatcher-era smash, Omar (Gordon Warnecke), a first-generation Pakistani-British man living in London, encounters his childhood friend turned skinhead Johnny (Daniel Day-Lewis), and love unexpectedly blooms while they manage Omar’s family laundry business.