Due to overwhelming public demand, new sessions have been added for the following films:
A bachelor party takes a feral turn in this genre-defying debut from an exciting new Australian directing duo.
Rachel Sennott (Bodies Bodies Bodies; Shiva Baby) shines in this formally ambitious – and, yes, funny – portrait of a stand-up comedian battling PTSD.
The Aussie brothers behind 100 Bloody Acres mix frights and frivolity in recreating a 1970s talk show that goes straight to hell.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman team up in Todd Haynes’s perfectly camp melodrama that dredges up a sexual scandal.
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender answer to the question ‘Who’s the monster?’, awarded Best Screenplay and the Queer Palm at Cannes, will melt your heart.
In their quest to restore long-lost romance, two sisters learn that the course of true love never runs smoothly.
In the southern Estonian woods, a group of women talk and embrace the soul-cleansing power of steam in this Sundance award-winning documentary.
As much an ode to the daily creative grind as it is to the creative partnership between director Kelly Reichardt and actor Michelle Williams.