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Wed, Feb 28

Western

Directed by Valeska Grisebach

In this tense, slow-burning thriller, a group of German construction workers start a tough job at a remote site in

Wed, Feb 28

Lean on Pete

Directed by Andrew Haigh

Fifteen-year-old Charley Thompson (Charlie Plummer) wants some stability: a home, food on the table, and a high school he can

Thu, Mar 1

Scaffolding

Directed by Matan Yair

Seventeen-year-old Asher always has been an impulsive troublemaker at school. Although his strict, Sephardic father sees his strapping son as

Thu, Mar 1

Lover for a Day

Directed by Philippe Garrel

Crashing at her philosophy professor father’s apartment in the wake of a painful break-up, 23-year-old Jeanne discovers that he has

Thu, Mar 1

Summer 1993

Directed by Carla Simón

Simón’s evocative autobiographical film won the Best First Feature prize at the Berlin Film Festival and is this year’s Spanish

Thu, Mar 1

The Nothing Factory

Directed by Pedro Pinho

Based on the true story of Lisbon workers taking over an elevator factory threatened with closure, Pinho’s fiction debut is

Thu, Mar 1

Tempestad

Directed by Tatiana Huezo

Tatiana Huezo’s poetic film is a meditation on the notion of “impunidad,” the unaccountability of those in power, whether the

Thu, Mar 1

Our Time Will Come

Directed by Ann Hui

Inspired by the exploits of the Hong Kong resistance during World War II, Our Time Will Come tells the story

Thu, Mar 1

The Great Buddha+

Directed by Hsin-yao Huang

Two working-class friends discover the dark secret of their millionaire boss in this black comedy about class status and corruption.

Fri, Mar 9
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Sun, Mar 11

Quest

Directed by Jonathan Olshefski

One of the year’s most incisive, tender portraits of the average life of Americans, Olshefski’s debut follows the Raineys, an

Sat, Mar 10

Microcosmos

Directed by Claude Nuridsany, Marie Pérennou

Using specially designed cameras and powerful magnifying lenses, biologists-turned-filmmakers Nuridsany and Pérennou delve into a simple French meadow on a

Sat, Mar 10

Rubin and Ed

Directed by Trent Harris

Wannabe self-help guru Ed (WKRP in Cincinnati's Howard Hesseman) is peddling spots in a get-rich-quick real estate seminar when he