(Bruce McDonald, 2016) · Nova Scotia. 1976. The weekend of the American Bicentennial. 15-year-old Kit (Dylan Authors) is running away from home to move in with his estranged mother and, hopefully, to find himself. With the help of his girlfriend Alice (Julia Sarah Stone), Kit hitchhikes through the stunning maritime landscape towards the home of his glamorous, artistic mother Laura (Molly Parker). But as the kids near their final destination, the truth about their relationship and their identities begins to unfold. Stunningly shot in black and white and enhanced with a killer ‘70s soundtrack, Bruce McDonald laces this charming coming-of-age road-movie with a welcome air of nostalgia and a touch of enchanted realism.
runtime: 85m format: Bluray
(Christopher Landon, 2017) · Blumhouse (Split, Get Out, Whiplash) produces an original and inventive rewinding thriller in Happy Death Day, in which a college student (Jessica Rothe, La La Land) relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer's identity.
runtime: TBA format: DCP
(Francis Ford Coppola, 1983) · "These are Rumble Fish, they'd kill each other if they could." Based on the SE Hinton novel of the same name, Rusty James' days of roaming streets, picking fights, and hanging out at pool halls with his rag tag group of friends are abruptly interrupted when his quiet but idolized older brother, The Motorcycle Boy, returns home. With remarkable black and white cinematography, Rumble Fish is Coppola's poetic and timeless tribute to the lost days of youth.
runtime: 94m format: 35mm
(Bernardo Bertolucci, 1970) · Based on Alberto Moravia's novel of the same name, _The Conformist_ follows Italian secret police officer Marcelo Clerici as he prepares to assassinate a former professor, an anti-Fascist intellectual. Marcelo's past is developed via flashbacks, humanizing the gunman as an eternal outcast, determined to fit in at any cost. Bertolucci's haunting visual compositions underscore Marcelo's plight, as the assassin lashes out against family, friends — and himself.
runtime: 111m format: 35mm
(Guillermo del Toro, 2006) · Drawing upon the works of Jorge Luis Borges and Carlos Saura, Guillermo Del Toro's dark and twisted fairy tale offers the audience access to a child's nightmarish view of Franco-era Spain. Unloved by her fascist stepfather, Ofelia finds herself at the crossroads of fantasy and reality as she discovers, hidden in the depths of an abandoned labyrinth, the presence of a mysterious faun who claims that she may not be of this world.
runtime: 119m format: 35mm
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1940) · An evocative and atmospheric masterpiece, Hitchcock's Rebecca was his first Hollywood motion picture. Hauntingly beautiful and eerie, Laurence Olivier stars beside Joan Fontaine in her brilliant performance as the 'second' Mrs. De Winter, a shy and submissive woman always haunted by the shadow of her predecessor, the ineffable and brilliant Rebecca.
runtime: 130m format: 35mm