A refined yet uncompromising portrait of a young artist’s dreams and loneliness, featuring some extraordinary Hindustani musical performances.
A pinpoint precise and economically told moral tale by veteran filmmaker Philippe Garrel.
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A surprising, complexly wrought new documentary by the preeminent cinematic chronicler of 21st-century China.
An unexpected and brilliant documentary-fiction hybrid about the burgeoning romance between two men who cross the border from Mexico to the U.S.
Wong Kar Wai’s lusciously stylized, swoon-inducing instant classic stars the iconic screen couple Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung.
An epochal conversation between two movie mavericks, shot by Orson Welles and resurrected recently by Filip Jan Rymsza and Bob Murawski.
In this vivid adaptation of a true story, John Boyega stars as a member of London’s Met Police who witnesses first-hand the organization’s racism.
Mid-century home movies and the diaries of one Vivian Barrett provide the skeleton for Giménez’s singular exploration of storytelling.
This criminally overlooked work from the post-post–New Wave era of French cinema follows a porno theater usher through a series of curious encounters.
An immersive nighttime ramble through a region of the world rocked and shattered by catastrophe and violence.
Spike Lee’s film of David Byrne’s acclaimed Broadway show is an exhilarating record of a seismic theater event as well as a momentous work of cinema.
A revelatory documentary set in the forests of Northern Italy where dogs, accompanied by their elderly human owners, seek the precious Alba truffle.
Steve McQueen's Lovers Rock is a movie of tactile sensuality and levitating joy. Presented by Campari.
A modern-dress take on Basque myth perched on the line between earnest spirituality and sly satire.