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Saint Jack

Bogdanovich closed out his most celebrated decade with an underappreciated gem that adapts the novel by Paul Theroux.


On February 11, Penny Lane in person with her entertaining animated doc, tracing the life of the controversial Dr. John Romulus Brinkley.


Sergeant Rutledge

Feb 11 & 12: Woody Strode stands at the center of John Ford’s courtroom drama: the first Hollywood Western to feature a Black hero.


At Long Last Love

Cinephile-as-auteur Bogdanovich’s eighth film in eight years is an homage to 1930s Ernst Lubitsch musical comedies.

All About My Sisters

Director Qiong Wang builds a riveting portrait of her family reckoning with the lasting impact of China's one-child policy.


The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Woody Strode’s graceful presence in his third collaboration with John Ford, always slyly underlined compositionally, becomes haunting and heartbreaking in equal measure. Screens February 18.


Pork Chop Hill

Among a murderer’s row of emerging young thespians, including fellow African-American trailblazer James Edwards, Woody Strode plays a jittery soldier fully aware that he’s on a suicide mission.

Anne at 13,000 Ft.

The latest from director Kazik Radwanski is a detailed, emotionally nuanced portrait of a young woman under the influence of a profoundly mercurial temperament.

The World, the Flesh, and the Devil

Starring legendary singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte in one of his first leading roles, we're transported to an eerily quiet New York City after a radioactive explosion has killed almost everyone.

Woman in the Dunes

Ghost story, Sisyphean tale, erotic romance—Hiroshi Teshigahara's film is a landmark of the Japanese New Wave.