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March 7, 2019 – March 21, 2019

Thu, Mar 21

Fugue

Directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska

Director Smoczynska takes a sharp left turn in her follow up to 2015’s The Lure, abandoning the singing, murderous mermaids

Thu, Mar 21

Redemption

Directed by Yossi Madmoni, Boaz Yehonatan Yacov

Madmoni and Yacov’s deeply emotional spiritual journey highlights the necessity of family and friends, even if that means painfully coming

Thu, Mar 21

The Heiresses

Directed by Marcelo Martinessi

In a relationship for over 30 years, Chela (Ana Brun) and Chiquita (Margarita Irun) are settled into a comfortable domestic

Sat, Mar 23

Sir

Directed by Rohena Gera

Shy domestic servant Ratna (Tillotama Shome), having moved to Mumbai from the countryside in search of opportunity, works for wealthy

A Family Tour

Directed by Ying Liang

Based on director Ying Liang’s own story of political exile, A Family Tour follows Chinese-born dissident filmmaker Yang Shu (Nai

Amateurs

Directed by Gabriela Pichler

In Pichler’s side-splitting and astute sophomore effort, the lightly fictional small town of Lafors, Sweden is potentially due for a

Asako I & II

Directed by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi

Hamaguchi’s feature filmmaking career started with a bang with 2015’s incredible Happy Hour, but his latest is no sophomore slump;

Birds of Passage

Directed by Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra

Veteran director Guerra (The Wind Journeys, Embrace of the Serpent) teams up with longtime partner Gallego (herself a veteran producer)

Dogman

Directed by Matteo Garrone

Winner of the Best Actor award at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Matteo Garrone’s (Gomorrah) latest film tells the tale

I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History As Barbarians

Directed by Radu Jude

Director Jude has already delivered several well-regarded films, including Aferim! (2015) and Scarred Hearts (2016)—work remarkable for its clarity and

Keep An Eye Out

Directed by Quentin Dupieux

After discovering a body outside his apartment complex one night, Louis (Grégoire Ludig) is brought into the local police station

Long Day’s Journey into Night

Directed by Bi Gan

Bi Gan’s sophomore feature is a moody fragmented effort that shatters film noir tropes into a visually dark and spatially

Stupid Young Heart

Directed by Selma Vilhunen

Kiira (Rosa Honkonen) is pretty, popular, the lead on the high school dance team, and long-time crush of goofy, scrawny

Styx

Directed by Wolfgang Fischer

A self-assured doctor (Susanne Wolff) goes on a solo yachting trip in the Atlantic and discovers the limits of her

Ten Years Thailand

Directed by Aditya Assarat, Wisit Sasanatieng, Chulayarnnon Siriphol, Apichatpong Weerasethakul

The political realities of modern day Thailand are challenged in the four chapters of this omnibus presentation, inspired by the

The River

Directed by Emir Baigazin

Five Kazakh brothers, ages five to 16, live with their parents on an extremely spare, dusty steppe in a house

Too Late to Die Young

Directed by Dominga Sotomayor

In this angular, sun-faded coming-of-age drama, Sotomayor excavates a certain feeling of youth in a teenage girl on the verge

Winter Flies

Directed by Olmo Omerzu

The Slovenian-born Omerzu’s third feature is a charming and deceptively simple comic road movie following two teenage boys as they

Woman at War

Directed by Benedikt Erlingsson

In Erlingsson’s confident follow up to his 2013 debut Of Horses and Men (PIFF 37), Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir (Metalhead) stars as