Hong Sangsoo followed his acclaimed debut feature with this understated diptych about lovelorn visitors to a popular mountain retreat.
Tarkovsky’s fourth feature and most personal and evocative work traverses three generations of a poet’s family in 20th-century Russia. Closes July 1.
A dark and absorbing portrait of youth amid the violent world of adults, set in the Roman suburbs.
A searing critique of class conflict unfurls with compressed intensity in this newly remastered 2003 film by Jafar Panahi.
An endlessly generative ensemble film about a group of young Black artists and activists who decide to live together and form a radical collective.
Assayas’s radical, thought-provoking cyber-thriller depicts the international aristocracies of capitalism in the early 2000s.