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The Wiz

Join us on May 21 for the beloved New York City musical, introduced by Ms. Renee Brailsford, one of the original dancers in the film.

The Wiz Family Day

On May 21, join us for a family day packed with fun and educational experiences for children of all ages related to the classic 1978 movie musical The Wiz.


After Tomorrow

One of six collaborations between director Frank Borzage and ace screenwriter Sonya Levien, After Tomorrow united them with James Wong Howe, whose photography brings a sense of moody, stylized drama to this pre-Code, depression-addled love story.

Birds of America

An atmospheric essay film, Birds of America retraces the steps of famed French ornithologist John James Audubon as he traveled along the Mississippi memorializing with his dramatic paintings a remarkable range of birds, many of which are now extinct.


Inspired by the best-selling Southern Reach Trilogy, Alex Garland’s sci-fi thriller envisions a haunting and beautiful landscape where DNA and biological processes do not abide known rules. Screens May 22.



Michael Mann's epic yet minutely observed crime drama, among the greatest works of 1990s Hollywood, screens June 5 on 35mm.


The Hard Way

Vincent Sherman’s gritty musical melodrama stars Ida Lupino as Helen, a woman hell-bent on escaping poverty by pushing her sister into marriage with a showman and stage stardom.


Go, Man, Go

James Wong Howe’s first directorial feature dramatizes the formation of the Harlem Globetrotters, and features Sidney Poitier: 5/28 & 6/5.


Panda! Go Panda!

An early classic from animation legends Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki, before they founded Studio Ghibli, this charming panda family film celebrates its 50th anniversary.



A return to the lonely intimacy of the director’s earlier features (Thief, Manhunter), the film is a brooding study in disconnection and inhumanity, traced across a weblike urban landscape. Here, a taxi’s dim interior light reveals characters trapped within their own delusions.


Hangmen Also Die!

A riveting and twisty thriller set in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, Fritz Lang’s film is loosely based on the real-life assassination of Reinhard Heydrich—”The Hangman of Prague”—and adapted from a story by Bertolt Brecht.


The Insider

The infamous, real-life story of the quashing of an explosive 60 Minutes segment on Big Tobacco is the basis of Mann’s most urgent and stirring film.


Miami Vice

On May 29, Mann’s revival of the trendy 1980s TV series he helped create, a doubling down on the original’s themes of confused identity, extra-national criminality, and undercover blues.