Films

  • Benedikt Erlingsson, Of Horses and Men, 2013

    Of Horses and Men

    13 Jun 201425 Jul 2014

    Benedikt Erlingsson’s critically acclaimed debut feature Of Horses and Men is a darkly comedic, episodic tale of the lives of a remote Icelandic community and the deeply intertwined and highly emotive relationships with their horses.

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  • Richard Linklater, Boyhood, 2014

    Boyhood

    25 Jul 201431 Jul 2014

    No stranger to episodic filmmaking, Richard Linklater succeeds brilliantly in following a boy’s life from the ages of six to 18, shooting periodically over 12 years.

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  • Sheila McLaughlin, She Must Be Seeing Things, 1987

    She Must Be Seeing Things

    25 Jul 2014

    Sheila McLaughlin’s rarely screened lesbian classic drew themes from her own life, as she explores the complex and emotional commitment of Agatha (Sheila Dabney), a lawyer and her girlfriend Jo, a filmmaker (Lois Weaver).

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  • Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller, The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden, 2013

    The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden

    25 Jul 201431 Jul 2014

    Darwin meets Hitchcock in this true-crime tale of paradise found and lost.

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  • John Maloof and Charlie Siskel, Finding Vivian Maier, 2013

    Finding Vivian Maier

    18 Jul 201431 Jul 2014

    When filmmaker and amateur historian John Maloof unearthed a cache of over 100,000 undeveloped films and negatives at an auction house, he set about piecing together the remarkable life and art of their mysterious creator, Vivian Maier.

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  • Jeffrey Schwarz, I Am Divine, 2013

    I Am Divine

    18 Jul 201429 Jul 2014

    Growing up a chubby, bullied adolescent, Harris Glenn Milstead could never have imagined that he’d become the Superstar of Filth and the twisted muse of filmmaking genius John Waters.

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  • Tom Berninger, Mistaken for Strangers, 2013

    Mistaken for Strangers

    27 Jun 201426 Jul 2014

    When Matt Berninger, lead singer of indie rock band The National, invited his brother Tom along for their 2010 world tour as roadie and filmmaker, no one could have predicted what a fraught and hilarious enterprise it would turn out to be.

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  • Lav Diaz, Norte: The End of History, 2013

    Norte, The End of History

    18 Jul 20143 Aug 2014

    The films of Lav Diaz are one of the glories of contemporary cinema, and we're pleased to present his latest masterpiece, an epic reimagining of Crime and Punishment.

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  • Double Play, dir. Gabe Klinger, France/Portugal/USA 2013, 70 mins

    Double Play

    26 Jul 201427 Jul 2014

    A portrait of two filmmaking friends who found wildly divergent fortunes, Double Play is an absorbing documentary on the nature of cinema, memory and time.

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  • Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Uzak (Distant), 2002

    Members' Screening: Uzak

    27 Jul 2014

    Uzak (Distant) tells the tale of an encounter between a melancholic and obsessive middle-aged photographer and his cousin, an unemployed country boy who comes to Istanbul to find a job on a ship.

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