Based on a tenth-century Japanese fable, this haunting story tells the tale of a peasant who finds a miniature girl growing inside a bamboo shoot.
An often laugh-out-loud comedy of mores and manners, set in a cosmopolitan but clearly not always liberated New York City.
Canadian auteur Xavier Dolan won the Jury Prize at Cannes 2014 with this powerful new drama.
Director Frédéric Tcheng followed Raf Simons after his appointment as creative director of Dior in 2012.
Produced in secret, entirely under the radar of the US government, Laura Poitras’ film offers unprecedented access to Edward Snowdon in the days leading up to the NSA leaks in June 2013.
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film in the 2015 Oscars, Wild Tales comprises six episodes linked by common themes of dark, comedic misfortune and revenge.
The Thoughts That Once We Had is a nuanced exploration of the history of cinema, inspired by the work of Gilles Deleuze.
A playful, touching and thought-provoking story of a young woman’s journey to rediscover herself, her husband and the life that she once knew.
Based on Thomas Pynchon’s picaresque novel, Inherent Vice is director Paul Thomas Anderson’s funniest work yet.
Thom Andersen’s landmark documentary, Los Angeles Plays Itself, now available in a re-mastered and re-edited version, explores the tangled relationship between the movies and their fabled hometown.