Programmed by Antonia Glaser and Alexander Fee
(Edgar Wright, 2017) · The eponymous Baby is the best in the business at what he does: driving getaway cars for bank robbers. Baby himself, perpetually wired to his iPod, is a bit of an enigma, but when he decides he wants out of this hollow life of crime, its clutches prove more difficult to escape than he anticipated. Featuring some of the coolest car-chase scenes in recent memory, Wright's slick and polished filmic confection capitalizes on its star-studded cast to explosive effect, as it alternately thrills, shocks, and jams out to a killer soundtrack.
runtime: 113m format: DCP
(David Lowery, 2017) · A couple played by Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara forms the basis for what starts out as a meditation on tragedy and its aftershocks, and then morphs into a head-spinning and heart-stopping cinematic experience of cosmic proportions. Lowery directs A Ghost Story with an assured stylistic bravado, more than worthy of the film's ambitious aspirations, and demonstrates his adeptness at tackling head-on the very biggest questions of them all: love, time, life, and death.
runtime: 92m format: DCP
(Alejandro Jodorowsky, 2017) · A self-reflective and personal narrative from auteur Alejandro Jodorowsky, Endless Poetry recounts his life as an aspiring poet in 1940s Chile. After opting out of medical school, Jodorowsky begins meeting other artists, poets, and performers. Through his famous surrealist style, Jodorowsky tells the tale of distancing himself from his family and rejecting perceived limits to become part of the freewheeling bohemian culture of artists.
runtime: 128m format: DCP
(Wolfgang Reitherman, 1967) · Come and celebrate the 50th anniversary of this Disney classic! Raised by a pack of wolves, Mowgli must leave his home when word spreads throughout the jungle that Shere Khan, the man-eating tiger, has returned. Encountering an eccentric cast of characters like the laidback Baloo, the entrancing Kaa, and swingin' King Louie, this animated masterpiece is the last Disney film to feature Walt's personal touch.
runtime: 78m format: 35mm
(Jeff Baena, 2017) · Jeff Baena's female-led film stars Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie, and Dave Franco in a period comedy based on tales from the 14th century Decameron and shot in medieval castles in Italy. The Little Hours focuses on a group of young nuns in the Middle Ages, who have a fucking good time when a young servant joins their convent, upsetting the order in their sexually repressive environment.
runtime: 90m format: DCP
(Amat Escalante, 2016) · An asteroid strikes the mountains outside Guanajuato. A mysterious woman enters into the loveless lives of kindly Fabián and his boorish partner, Ángel, bearing an implacable wound on her side. Stranger still is her secret: a creature that can imbue its seekers with paroxysms of intense sexual pleasure - and kill them in the same breath. Slipping between genres as sinuously as its central monster, The Untamed explores sexuality and cosmic horror in equal measure
runtime: 100m format: DCP
(Makoto Shinkai, 2016) · From the up and coming director, Makoto Shinkai, Your Name is a visually stunning and dreamlike movie that follows two strangers, Mitusha and Taki, who find themselves spontaneously switching bodies. The two must learn how to live each others lives in this unconventional teenage romance and coming-of-age story. As the movie travels through time, it becomes clear that the only thing more unlikely than their bond, is the possibility of the two of them meeting.
runtime: 106m format: DCP
(the Safdie Brothers, 2017) · In the dangerous criminal world of New York City, Connie Nikas (Robert Pattinson) is the keeper of his mentally handicapped brother Nick (Ben Safdie). When a bank robbery gone awry lets Connie get away but lands Nick in jail, the strength of their fraternal bond faces its toughest test yet. Over the course of one increasingly violent night, Connie's quest to set Nick free forces him to discover what the depths of brotherly love can drive one man to do.
runtime: 101m format: DCP
(Christopher Nolan, 2017) · Dunkirk reveals Christopher Nolan's range as a director, proving him capable of telling a stark and simple story stripped all the familiar mind-bending trappings. The film chronicles the British evacuation of the Dunkirk beaches in 1940 after France fell to the Axis Powers. Without ever seeing the enemy, we follow the adventures of an aviator, a soldier, and a team of civilians, all of whom demonstrate heroism in the face of harrowing peril.
runtime: 106m format: DCP