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The Granddad

Directed by Bjarni Thorsson

Thorsson’s touching (and sometimes hilarious) film about life at the crossroads and the meaning of it all centers on mild-mannered

1001 grams

Directed by Bent Hamer

In this deadpan romantic comedy that recalls the absurdist-observational style of Jacques Tati, recently divorced scientist Marie travels to a

The Grump

Directed by Dome Karukoski

In his Jussi (Finnish Oscar) award-winning performance, legendary Finnish actor Antti Litja plays “the grump,” a cantankerous, pernickety eighty year-old

Wonderful World End

Directed by Daigo Matsui

Incorporating live video feed-style footage, text message overlays, and more than its fair share of on-screen emoji, Matsui’s film is

Ow

Directed by Yohei Suzuki

An aimless young man still living with his parents well into his twenties spies a mysterious black orb floating in

Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday

Directed by Shûichi Okita

Seven women of varying ages and backgrounds sign up for a chartered trip to a remote waterfall. Expecting relaxation and

Haruko’s Paranormal Laboratory

Directed by Lisa Takeba

Reminiscent of the early work of Michel Gondry but carving a path uniquely its own thanks to a decidedly rough-hewn

I Alone

Directed by Sho Tsukikawa

Buddy comedies come in many flavors, but few are quite as charming as Tsukikawa’s latest, which pits a mild-mannered corporate

Neko Samurai 2: A Tropical Adventure

Directed by Takeshi Watanabe

The beloved cat/samurai duo that charmed audiences in Samurai Cat are back in an adventure which finds our heroes Tamanojo

The White Sheik

Directed by Federico Fellini

Fellini’s first feature, an uproarious comedy skewering the popular notion of marital “bliss,” stars Brunella Bovo and Leopoldo Trieste as

Office

Directed by Johnnie To

A nimble takedown of corporate corruption and greed, Office tells its story as a witty musical extravaganza. Featuring superstars Chow

Out 1: Noli Me Tangere

Directed by Jacques Rivette

Produced on a tight schedule between Rivette’s acclaimed L'Amour Fou and Celine and Julie Go Boating, Out1 was, until now,