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Friday, March 01, 2024

7pm

Cleveland premiere!

TO KILL A TIGER

Canada | 2022 | Nisha Pahuja

This Oscar-nominated documentary feature has garnered many previous awards, including Best Canadian Film at the 2022 Toronto Int’l Film Festival. It’s an emotionally powerful tale of an Indian farmer who defies entrenched cultural norms in his village by joining with his daughter to demand justice for three men who brutally raped her when she was 13. “A shining, poignant example of the difference individuals can make in altering the social fabric.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles....

9:25pm

Cleveland premiere!

HOW TO HAVE SEX

United Kingdom | 2023 | Molly Manning Walker

In this highly-acclaimed, award-winning new coming-of-age drama, three British teenage girls go on a rites-of-passage holiday in Greece—drinking, clubbing, and hooking up during what they hope will be the best summer of their lives. It’s not. “A vivid and heartbreaking depiction of what is caused by the willful, dehumanizing disregard of women.” –Vanity Fair. ”A poignant story about the ambivalences of growing up, female friendships, and consent.” –Film Stage. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 91 min....

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Saturday, March 02, 2024

5pm

Cleveland theatrical premiere!

FOUR DAUGHTERS

Cyprus, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia | 2023 | Kaouther Ben Hania

Though nominated for this year’s Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, this groundbreaking new movie is actually a docu-drama hybrid exploring the various forces that made the two eldest of a Tunisian mother’s four daughters leave home and join ISIS. Professional actresses portray the two absent radicals (and sometimes the mother herself). In re-enactments, they interact with the other two daughters (playing themselves) and the actor who impersonates all the men in the story. Ben...

7:10pm

Film Classics in 35mm! Encounters at the Ends of the World

GRIZZLY MAN

United States | 2005 | Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog’s mesmerizing, unforgettable nonfiction masterpiece focuses on Timothy Treadwell, an obsessive grizzly-bear enthusiast who spent 13 summers living (dangerously) among bears in Alaska, filming them up close until a tragic incident ended his research. Herzog appears on screen and also narrates. Adults only! 35mm. 103 min.

9:10pm

Hitchcock suspenser!

SUSPICION

United States | 1941 | Alfred Hitchcock

Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine (who won the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance) star in this Hitchcock suspenser—about a naïve young woman from a wealthy family who marries a charming playboy. When she uncovers his disreputable past, she fears he intends to kill her. “A gripping domestic thriller.” –Time Out Film Guide. DCP. 99 min.

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Sunday, March 03, 2024

2pm

Hitchcock suspenser!

SUSPICION

United States | 1941 | Alfred Hitchcock

Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine (who won the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance) star in this Hitchcock suspenser—about a naïve young woman from a wealthy family who marries a charming playboy. When she uncovers his disreputable past, she fears he intends to kill her. “A gripping domestic thriller.” –Time Out Film Guide. DCP. 99 min.

4pm

Taylor Swift!

CATS

Australia, Canada, China, Japan, United Kingdom, United States | 2019 | Tom Hooper

Taylor Swift, James Corden, Judi Dench, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen, and Jennifer Hudson are among the stars in Tom (The King’s Speech) Hooper’s film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit stage musical, a feline fantasy inspired by T. S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. DCP. 110 min.

6:30pm

2024 Oscar Nominee, Best Int’l Feature Film!

SOCIETY OF THE SNOW

Chile, Spain, United States, Uruguay | 2023 | J. A. Bayona

One of the five films nominated for the 2024 Oscar for Best Int’l Feature Film, this harrowing drama explores how, in 1972, members of a Uruguayan rugby team survived the aftermath of a plane crash on a remote glacier in the inhospitable Andes for 72 days. Based on a true story. “Brawnily effective…Grips with alternating waves of dread, horror and heart-swelling relief.” –Variety. Subtitles. DCP. 144 min.

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Wednesday, March 06, 2024

7pm

Special Free Advance Screening!

FRIDA (2024)

United States | 2024 | Carla Gutiérrez

This magical journey through the life, mind, and heart of iconic artist Frida Kahlo is told through her own words. "Even those already familiar with the trajectory of Kahlo’s existence may find the delivery here raw, vulnerable, and refreshing." -Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 87 min. Admission free; no ticket required (first come, first served). Screening courtesy of Amazon MGM Studios.

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Friday, March 08, 2024

7pm

Encounters at the Ends of the World

EVEN DWARFS STARTED SMALL

West Germany | 1970 | Werner Herzog

Destructive little people run amok in Werner Herzog’s allegorical second feature, a once-seen-never-forgotten account of an uprising at a remote mental institution. Shot in the Canary Islands, the movie is funny, weird, upsetting, unsettling, and unique. “Even adventurous viewers who've seen Tod Browning’s classic Freaks won't be completely prepared for Werner Herzog's bizarre mini-opus.” –American Genre Film Archive. Subtitles. DCP. 96 min.

9pm

New 4K Restoration!

NOSTALGHIA

Italy, USSR | 1983 | Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky’s penultimate film—the first movie he made outside the USSR—is a melancholy, poetic tale of alienation, exile, and homesickness. A Russian poet and musicologist (Oleg Yankovsky) experiences a crisis of confidence and faith while visiting Tuscany to research the life of a little-known 18th-century Russian composer. But a mysterious village lunatic (Erland Josephson) claims to have a remedy for the traveler’s despair. “Not so much a movie as a place to inhabit for two...

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Saturday, March 09, 2024

5pm

New 4K Restoration!

BUSHMAN

United States | 1971 | David Schickele

Peter (“PDQ Bach”) Schickele’s brother David, a Peace Corps veteran, directed this light-hearted comedy about the adventures of a well-educated Nigerian immigrant in counterculture-era San Francisco. Using a docu-fictional style reminiscent of John Cassavetes’ Shadows, the film observes the foibles of late 1960s Black culture—and of America’s racial politics—with an outsider's sardonic eye. “Critic’s Pick! A film of and ahead of its time.” –NY Times (2024). Cleveland revival premiere. DCP. 73 min.

6:35pm

Cleveland premiere!

HERE

Belgium | 2023 | Bas Devos

Shortly before returning to his home country, a Romanian construction worker living in Brussels meets and falls in love with a Belgian-Chinese graduate student who studies moss. The universally acclaimed new movie from the director of Violet and Ghost Tropic is a lovely, gentle celebration of everyday pleasures. “A movie of quiet magnificence, one that feels spun of gossamer summer light and rooted in unshakeable depths…Profound.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 82 min.

8:20pm

New 4K Restoration!

NOSTALGHIA

Italy, USSR | 1983 | Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky’s penultimate film—the first movie he made outside the USSR—is a melancholy, poetic tale of alienation, exile, and homesickness. A Russian poet and musicologist (Oleg Yankovsky) experiences a crisis of confidence and faith while visiting Tuscany to research the life of a little-known 18th-century Russian composer. But a mysterious village lunatic (Erland Josephson) claims to have a remedy for the traveler’s despair. “Not so much a movie as a place to inhabit for two...

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Sunday, March 10, 2024

1pm

Cleveland premiere!

HERE

Belgium | 2023 | Bas Devos

Shortly before returning to his home country, a Romanian construction worker living in Brussels meets and falls in love with a Belgian-Chinese graduate student who studies moss. The universally acclaimed new movie from the director of Violet and Ghost Tropic is a lovely, gentle celebration of everyday pleasures. “A movie of quiet magnificence, one that feels spun of gossamer summer light and rooted in unshakeable depths…Profound.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 82 min.

2:45pm

Three Ukrainian Masters

EARTH

USSR | 1930 | Alexander Dovzhenko

From the Dovzhenko Centre in Kyiv (Ukraine’s largest film archive) comes a recent restoration of the foundational work of Ukrainian cinema. Widely regarded as one of the greatest silent movies ever made, Dovzhenko’s dramatic tale of a village’s fight to collectivize farming is a poetic hymn to the Ukrainian land and peasantry. Features a recorded music score by the Ukrainian folk quartet DakhaBrakha. “One of the supreme masterpieces of the Soviet cinema.” –Holt Foreign Film...

4:25pm

Film Classics in 35mm!

SWEETIE

Australia | 1989 | Jane Campion

Jane Campion’s sensational first theatrical feature is a stylish, darkly comic account of a dysfunctional family. Kay, a mousy, repressed, superstitious introvert who works at a factory, finds her stunted life turned upside down by the unexpected arrival of her rampaging, larger-than-life, mentally unstable sister, Dawn (aka Sweetie). “Has just about everything a great film should have. Above all it boasts the creation of a world peculiarly its own.” –Jonathan Rosenbaum. 35mm. 99 min.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2024

7pm

Special Offsite Event! The Cinematheque at the Cedar Lee Theatre

ANSELM (in 3D)

Germany | 2023 | Wim Wenders

Art world titan Anselm Kiefer is the subject of Wim Wenders’ second 3D portrait of a German artist. (2011’s Pina, about dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch, was the first). Shot in 6K resolution over two years, Wenders’ new film focuses on Kiefer (b. 1945) and his monumental works that combine painting and sculpture to confront the darker aspects of German history. (His imposing 1989 masterpiece Lot’s Wife is in the collection of the Cleveland Museum...

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Thursday, March 14, 2024

6:30pm

Three Ukrainian Masters New 4K Restoration!

BRIEF ENCOUNTERS

USSR | 1967 | Kira Muratova

Banned by Soviet censors for 20 years, the debut feature by Ukrainian envelope-pusher Kira Muratova is a non-linear, digressive love triangle about two women who, unbeknownst to each other, love the same man. One of the women is a harried city housing inspector played by Muratova herself; the other (Nina Ruslanova) is her housekeeper from the country. Their shared squeeze is a free-spirited geologist played by Soviet folksinger and heartthrob Vladimir Vysotsky. Cleveland revival premiere....

8:30pm

New 4K Restoration!

COUP DE TORCHON (CLEAN SLATE)

France | 1981 | Bertrand Tavernier

Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert, and Stéphane Audran star in this acclaimed black comedy set in a small colonial outpost in French Senegal in the late 1930s. Noiret plays the town’s listless, slovenly sheriff, a laughing stock continually humiliated by his wife and others—until he begins to off those who cross him. Based on Jim Thompson’s Deep South-set novel Pop. 1280. “Cinema’s boldest, and best, adaptation from the hardboiled pulp fiction of Jim Thompson.” –Rough Guide...

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Friday, March 15, 2024

7pm

Film Classics in 35mm! Silent Movie Double Feature! Live Accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis!

MÉNILMONTANT & THE LAST COMMAND

France, United States | 1926/1928 | Dimitri Kirsanoff/Josef von Sternberg

Jeff Rapsis, our favorite New Hampshire-based silent-film accompanist, returns to the Cinematheque to improvise digital synthesizer scores for two mute masterpieces—one by a talented Russian émigré in 1920s Paris, the other about Russian émigrés in 1920s Hollywood. (We’ve shown neither movie before.) Ménilmontant is an impressionistic, visually sophisticated film poem (without intertitles) about two poor French sisters who are victimized by the same man. Legendary film critic Pauline Kael called it “one of the least known...

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Saturday, March 16, 2024

5pm

New 4K Restoration!

COUP DE TORCHON (CLEAN SLATE)

France | 1981 | Bertrand Tavernier

Philippe Noiret, Isabelle Huppert, and Stéphane Audran star in this acclaimed black comedy set in a small colonial outpost in French Senegal in the late 1930s. Noiret plays the town’s listless, slovenly sheriff, a laughing stock continually humiliated by his wife and others—until he begins to off those who cross him. Based on Jim Thompson’s Deep South-set novel Pop. 1280. “Cinema’s boldest, and best, adaptation from the hardboiled pulp fiction of Jim Thompson.” –Rough Guide...

7:30pm

Cleveland 2D premiere!

ANSELM (in 2D)

Germany | 2023 | Wim Wenders

Art world titan Anselm Kiefer is the subject of Wim Wenders’ second 3D portrait of a German artist. (2011’s Pina, about dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch, was the first). Shot in 6K resolution over two years, Wenders’ new film focuses on Kiefer (b. 1945) and his monumental works that combine painting and sculpture to confront the darker aspects of German history. (His imposing 1989 masterpiece Lot’s Wife is in the collection of the Cleveland Museum...

9:25pm

Preceded by an Almodóvar Short Film!

THEY SHOT THE PIANO PLAYER

Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain | 2023 | Javier Mariscal, Fernando Trueba

The new, colorful, music-filled animated feature by two of the directors of 2010’s Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita follows an American music journalist (voiced by Jeff Goldblum) as he investigates the real-life 1976 disappearance of the brilliant Brazilian samba-jazz pianist Francisco Tenório Júnior. “A love letter to the bossa nova movement.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 103 min. Preceded at showtime by Pedro Almodóvar’s western short Strange Way of Life (Extraña forma de vida, Spain/France, 2023) starring...

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Sunday, March 17, 2024

1:15pm

Cleveland premiere!

INSHALLAH A BOY

Egypt, France, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia | 2023 | Amjad Al Rasheed

A widow pretends to be pregnant with a son in order to save her daughter and her home from a relative intent on exploiting Jordan’s patriarchal inheritance laws. This acclaimed debut film was Jordan’s official entry for this year’s Oscar for Best Int’l Feature Film. “Terrifically tense. A gripping social drama that morphs into a masterful thriller.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 113 min.

3:30pm

Preceded by an Almodóvar Short Film!

THEY SHOT THE PIANO PLAYER

Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain | 2023 | Javier Mariscal, Fernando Trueba

The new, colorful, music-filled animated feature by two of the directors of 2010’s Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita follows an American music journalist (voiced by Jeff Goldblum) as he investigates the real-life 1976 disappearance of the brilliant Brazilian samba-jazz pianist Francisco Tenório Júnior. “A love letter to the bossa nova movement.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 103 min. Preceded at showtime by Pedro Almodóvar’s western short Strange Way of Life (Extraña forma de vida, Spain/France, 2023) starring...

6:30pm

Encounters at the Ends of the World

FITZCARRALDO

Peru, West Germany | 1982 | Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog’s legendary historical epic is set in early 20th-century South America. To realize his dream of building an opera house and bringing Caruso to the jungles of Peru, an Irish adventurer and would-be rubber baron (Klaus Kinski) decides he must haul a 320-ton steamship across a mountain—a feat Herzog accomplishes without models or special effects! This grandiose epic stands as a monument to Herzog’s obsessive nature and to his love for mad visionaries. Claudia...

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Thursday, March 21, 2024

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

ABOUT DRY GRASSES

France, Germany, Sweden, Turkey | 2023 | Nuri Bilge Ceylan

The first feature in five years from Turkish master Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, Distant) is one of the must-see art films of the year. A middle school art teacher (and self-absorbed intellectual) toiling unhappily in a sleepy, snowy village in remote East Anatolia yearns to move to cosmopolitan Istanbul. But he fears his dream will never come true when he’s accused of inappropriate behavior with a 14-year-old female student. Merve...

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Friday, March 22, 2024

7pm

Back Again by Popular Demand!

ONCE WITHIN A TIME

United States | 2023 | Godfrey Reggio, Jon Kane

Koyaanisqatsi director Godfrey Reggio re-teams with his longtime collaborator, composer Philip Glass, on “a bardic fairy tale about the end of the world and the beginning of a new one, tinged with apocalyptic comedy, rapturous cinematography, unforgettable vistas, and the innocence and hopes of a new generation” (Oscilloscope Films). This gorgeous, mind-expanding, retro-futurist whatsit will blow you away. DCP. 52 min.

8:15pm

Post-film Discussion!

COMMON GROUND

United States | 2023 | Joshua & Rebecca Harrell Tickell

In this uplifting new advocacy documentary, individuals on the front lines of the food movement make the case that “regenerative” agriculture can save the soil, benefit the climate, improve our health, and help stabilize America’s economy. With Rosario Dawson, Laura Dern, Woody Harrelson, Jason Momoa, et al. A panel discussion moderated by Laura Avery, former Santa Monica Farmers Market Manager, and featuring Michael Robinson, Co-Founder of Rustbelt Riders, and Jamel Rahkeera, owner of Village Family...

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Saturday, March 23, 2024

5pm

5th Anniversary!

FANTASTIC FUNGI

United States | 2019 | Louie Schwartzberg

Our biggest box office hit of all time (four successive sellout shows in January & February 2020, and a subsequent ten-month virtual run during the pandemic) is being re-released for its fifth anniversary. So if you haven’t yet seen this mind-blowing, beautifully photographed look at mushrooms and how they can help save the planet, don’t miss this special big-screen showing. With Paul Stamets, Michael Pollan, and Andrew Weil; narrated by Brie Larson. DCP. 81 min. ...

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

ABOUT DRY GRASSES

France, Germany, Sweden, Turkey | 2023 | Nuri Bilge Ceylan

The first feature in five years from Turkish master Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, Distant) is one of the must-see art films of the year. A middle school art teacher (and self-absorbed intellectual) toiling unhappily in a sleepy, snowy village in remote East Anatolia yearns to move to cosmopolitan Istanbul. But he fears his dream will never come true when he’s accused of inappropriate behavior with a 14-year-old female student. Merve...

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Sunday, March 24, 2024

1:15pm

Three Ukrainian Masters

THE ASCENT

USSR | 1977 | Larisa Shepitko

The last movie made by Ukrainian-born filmmaker Larisa Shepitko (she died in a 1979 car crash at age 41) is one of the great Soviet masterpieces. Shot in stunning b&w and set in frigid Belarus during WWII, the film focuses on two Russian soldiers who are captured by the Nazis while foraging for food. They must summon the moral, physical, and spiritual strength to face their captors heroically. Unforgettable. Subtitles. DCP. 109 min.

3:30pm

Film Classics in 35mm! Grafton Nunes presents

NEVER ON SUNDAY

Greece | 1960 | Jules Dassin

Ilya, a happy-go-lucky hooker in the Greek port city of Piraeus, resists the efforts of an American tourist and classical scholar named Homer to reform and educate her. This hugely popular film (with its Oscar-winning theme song featuring the bouzouki) made Melina Mercouri, as Ilya, an international star. The film’s director, blacklisted American expatriate (and Mercouri’s longtime husband) Jules Dassin, plays Homer. The movie will be introduced and discussed by film scholar Grafton Nunes, former...

6:30pm

Encounters at the Ends of the World

LITTLE DIETER NEEDS TO FLY

France, Germany, United Kingdom | 1997 | Werner Herzog

This often-overlooked portrait from Werner Herzog’s gallery of misfits, madmen, and dreamers is one of his best. Dieter Dengler, son of a Nazi killed in WWII, grew up in bombed-out Germany fantasizing about becoming an American test pilot. Emigrating to the U.S. at age 18, Dengler eventually became a Navy flier. But on his first combat mission in Vietnam, he was shot down over Laos and captured by the Viet Cong. What followed was an...

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Thursday, March 28, 2024

6:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

PICTURES OF GHOSTS

Brazil | 2023 | Kleber Mendonça Filho

The new movie from the director of Aquarius and Bacurau was Brazil’s official submission for this year’s Academy Award for Best Int’l Feature Film. Culled in part from the filmmaker’s personal archive of photographs, video footage, and audio recordings, the movie looks at Mendonça Filho’s hometown of Recife, Brazil, through the lens of the downtown movie palaces he used to frequent, now mostly gone. “Critic’s Pick…A cleareyed, deeply personal and formally inspired rumination on life,...

8:40pm

Film Classics in 35mm! Written by Paddy Chayefsky

MARTY

United States | 1955 | Delbert Mann

Often cited as a Rocky forebear, the Oscar-winning Best Picture of 1955 is a working-class comedy-drama starring Ernest Borgnine as a single, 34-year-old Italian-American butcher living in the Bronx with his mother. This ordinary man, Marty, is resigned to bachelorhood until he meets a plain and lonely schoolteacher (Betsy Blair) one Saturday night. Screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky adapted his 1953 teleplay and won an Oscar. The movie also won the top prize at Cannes. 35mm. 90...

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Friday, March 29, 2024

7pm

Cleveland premiere!

RYUICHI SAKAMOTO | OPUS

Japan | 2023 | Neo Sora

The Oscar-winning Japanese composer and techno-pop artist Ryuichi Sakamoto, who died last year, sits at a grand piano and glides through a playlist of his most haunting, delicate melodies in this intimate “concert” movie shot at Tokyo’s NHK Studio in 2022. Filmed in luminous b&w and directed by Sakamoto’s son, the work is a melancholy and achingly beautiful elegy to a singular artist. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 102 min.

9:05pm

Cleveland premiere!

PICTURES OF GHOSTS

Brazil | 2023 | Kleber Mendonça Filho

The new movie from the director of Aquarius and Bacurau was Brazil’s official submission for this year’s Academy Award for Best Int’l Feature Film. Culled in part from the filmmaker’s personal archive of photographs, video footage, and audio recordings, the movie looks at Mendonça Filho’s hometown of Recife, Brazil, through the lens of the downtown movie palaces he used to frequent, now mostly gone. “Critic’s Pick…A cleareyed, deeply personal and formally inspired rumination on life,...

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Saturday, March 30, 2024

5pm

Film Classics in 35mm! Written by Paddy Chayefsky

MARTY

United States | 1955 | Delbert Mann

Often cited as a Rocky forebear, the Oscar-winning Best Picture of 1955 is a working-class comedy-drama starring Ernest Borgnine as a single, 34-year-old Italian-American butcher living in the Bronx with his mother. This ordinary man, Marty, is resigned to bachelorhood until he meets a plain and lonely schoolteacher (Betsy Blair) one Saturday night. Screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky adapted his 1953 teleplay and won an Oscar. The movie also won the top prize at Cannes. 35mm. 90...

6:50pm

New 4K Restoration!

I KNOW WHERE I’M GOING!

United Kingdom | 1945 | Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

This delightful romance is one of the most satisfying films by the formidable team of Powell and Pressburger (The Red Shoes). It tells of a confident, headstrong young British woman (Wendy Hiller) whose determined march to marriage to an older, wealthy man living on a tiny Hebridean island is delayed by headwinds that scotch her boat trip there. With Roger Livesey. “I reached the point of thinking there were no more masterpieces to discover, until...

8:45pm

Cleveland premiere!

SHE IS CONANN

Belgium, France, Luxembourg | 2023 | Bertrand Mandico

Sword-and-sorcery mythology is bent, fractured, and gender-swapped in the phantasmagoric, transgressive new film by Bertrand Mandico (Wild Boys) that reimagines Robert E. Howard‘s macho, brawny barbarian as an Amazon superheroine who travels through time. Her fantastical journey encompasses six eras, six incarnations, six lives, six deaths—and features six different actresses. Plus multiple lovers. Adults only! Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 105 min.

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