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Buck and the Preacher

Poitier made his remarkably assured directorial debut with this rollicking revisionist western, in which he acts alongside close-friend Harry Belafonte.

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn

In Radu Jude’s wildly provocative Golden Bear–winning comedy, a schoolteacher finds her career and reputation under threat after a personal sex tape is leaked on the Internet.


This eerie, atmospheric slow-burn was a standout 2021 genre film, playing out in gory fashion that would have made it public enemy #1 at the time it’s set.

Khrustalyov, My Car!

Aleksei German’s jaw-dropping, hilarious, and harrowing masterpiece is in a league, form, and galaxy of its own, pulling on an increasingly outlandish surrealistic thread to unravel the truth of a demented historical reality.


Edge of the City

Sidney Poitier stars in this stark, pathbreaking depiction of interracial friendship and union corruption.


Museum of the Moving Image and Paramount Pictures present a special marathon screening of the first three jackass films, culminating in a preview screening of jackass forever, followed by a Q&A with Johnny Knoxville, Jeff ...


Boogie Nights

Paul Thomas Anderson's career kicked into high gear with his second film, a glorious and poignant paean to the extravagances of the 1970s set in the underground porn world of Los Angeles.

Nina Wu

After eight years toiling in bit parts, aspiring actress Nina Wu finally gets her big break with a leading role in a spy thriller.

Ivan the Terrible, Parts I & II

Cinema founding father Sergei Eisenstein’s final completed works form an historical diptych unprecedented in scale and visual audacity.


Notturno consists of astonishing, exactingly rendered images of everyday life navigated along liminal lands in the Middle East.

Freak Orlando

New German Cinema's Ulrike Ottinger playfully toyed with religion, literature, genre, and the sexually normative modern world.