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Welcome to Chechnya

The latest film by Academy Award–nominated director David France is a powerful and eye-opening documentary about a group of activists risking their lives to confront the anti-LGBTQ persecution in the Russian republic of Chechnya.


Presented with a new recorded discussion with director Jessica Kingdon.

Red Rocket

Sean Baker's audacious new comedy stars Simon Rex in a magnetic, live-wire performance as an American hustler who returns to his Texas hometown.

Compartment No. 6

Special Sneak Preview Screening! Juho Kuosmanen's Cannes-awarded film is already worthy to be counted among the great train movies.


French Cancan

The greatest of Jean Renoir's 1950s Technicolor period pieces, a riot of color and movement set in 19th-century Paris starring the legendary Jean Gabin.

Siege on Liperti Street

Winner of five awards at the 2019 Thessaloniki International Film Festival, including the FIPRESCI prize and People’s Choice Award.

Plaza Catedral

Shortlisted for the Oscars in the International Feature category, the second fiction film by Panamanian director Abner Benaim questions how far each of us would go to help a stranger.

Faya Dayi

Ethiopian-Mexican filmmaker Jessica Beshir joins us in person for her hypnotic documentary feature.


Beauty and the Beast

Despite all the versions that have come after, Jean Cocteau's masterpiece remains the greatest: a rapturous, haunting evocation of love that exists beyond the natural world.