Featured Films

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The Films of Chantal Akerman

Upcoming Films

Monday, February 27

Truman

Directed by Cesc Gay

Goya Winner for Best Film, Director, Actor, and Screenplay, Truman is a warm tale of friendship in the face of

Monday, February 27

Obit

Directed by Vanessa Gould

Who makes it on the obituary page of the paper of record? Both a peek into the inner workings of

Thursday, March 2

Apparitions

Directed by Alex MacKenzie

Tonight, Vancouver filmmaker Alex MacKenzie will conduct a performance of celluloid wizardry. Inspired by early stereo imaging and the clash

Friday, March 3

Fanny and Alexander

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

With his most pronounced cinematic meditation on childhood and memory, Ingmar Bergman abandons the expressionistic and existentially obsessive tendencies that

Saturday, March 4

Dekalog Parts 1 & 2

Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski

Dekalog: One “Thou Shalt Have No Other God But Me.” A math and computer obsessed father, who sees the world

Saturday, March 4

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Directed by Elia Kazan

Adapted from the much loved novel by Betsy Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn relays the story of a poverty

Sunday, March 5

The Spirit of the Beehive

Directed by Victor Erice

A traveling roadshow of the film Frankenstein comes to the small, Franco-era village where eight-year-old Ana (Ana Torrent), her sister

Thursday, March 9

Rhythm Assemblies: Films by Reed O’Beirne

Directed by Reed O’Beirne

“Cinema has more to do with dance, than it does with novels,” says Seattle filmmaker, Reed O’Beirne, “because it is

Friday, March 10

Evolution

Directed by Lucile Hadžihalilović

After diving below the waves surrounding his coastal village, a young boy claims to have seen the body of another

Friday, March 10

The Night of the Hunter

Directed by Charles Laughton

Charles Laughton, who made his name as a wide-ranging character actor in Hollywood (famed for his roles in such films at

Saturday, March 11

The Black Stallion

Directed by Carroll Ballard

Nominated for two Academy Awards and the winner of a special achievement Oscar for sound editing, Carroll Ballard’s The Black

Sunday, March 12

Dekalog Parts 3 & 4

Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski

Dekalog: Three “Thou Shall Honor the Sabbath.” After attending Christmas Eve Mass, a married man is pulled away from his