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Director Phil Morrison will appear in person Saturday 9/23 at 3:00 p.m. for a screening of this true American beauty, rich in character, complex in theme—one of the smartest and most moving domestic dramas of the century so far.


Summer Hours

Assayas’s deeply personal family drama is one of the great films about the meaning and value of things, the inextricable bond of family, and the forward march of time.



Jalali’s Sundance standout, about a newly immigrated twentysomething from Afghanistan in the San Francisco Bay Area, has an exquisitely modulated tone all its own: somewhere between deadpan comedy and offhand sorrow. Screening 9/15–9/24.


In Andrés Rodríguez's auspicious debut, Hector returns to his village in the Guatemalan highlands after a long and difficult migration to the United States, coming home to a possessive mother, a distant wife, a son who doesn’t recognize him, and a community that pushes him out.



Endlessly regenerative auteur Oliviers Assayas's prescient fable about desire, vision, control.


Get Rich or Die Tryin’

The incomparable Jamaica, Queens–born rap legend 50 Cent stars in this semi-autobiographical film, which boasts the same name as his nine-time platinum album—released 20 years ago. Screens on 35mm 9/29 and 9/30!

The Wolf House

Our 9/29 screening of this surreal and sinister animated film, as haunting as it is exquisitely crafted, will be followed by a Q&A with director Cristóbal León. 


Elementary Triptych of Spain

The films that comprise José Val del Omar’s Elementary Triptych of Spain (1953–1995) are audiovisual poems of the senses; these encore screenings will take place in the Bartos Screening Room on DCP. 


Lost in Translation

On 9/16 and 9/30, see a special 35mm twentieth-anniversary screening of Sofia Coppola’s confident second film about an aging movie star (Bill Murray) and a newly married twenty-something (Scarlett Johansson in her breakout performance), who meet at a lofty hotel bar in Tokyo.


Fantastic Mr. Fox

The Saturday, Sep. 30 screening will be in the Bartos Screening Room. Dir. Wes Anderson. 2009, 87 mins. 35mm. With the voices of George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson. ...


Sylvia Scarlett

On 9/23 and 9/30, see George Cukor and Katharine Hepburn’s screwball passion project. Made soon after the industry-transforming enforcement of Hollywood’s Production Code, it was considered scandalous in its day.