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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

Directed by Declan Lowney

“Those who have hungered for the big-screen debut of Steve Coogan’s singular comic creation need wait no longer: Alpha Papa has landed,

City Lights

Directed by Charlie Chaplin

Chaplin, neverendingly empathetic to his characters—and thus to their real-world counterparts, usually the poor and downtrodden of American society—crafted perhaps

6.9 On the Richter Scale

Directed by Nae Caranfil

When an earthquake hits Bucharest, Tony, an actor, and his wife are shaken out of their sleep, amplifying Tony’s anxiety

Longing

Directed by Savi Gabizon

Ariel, a carefree middle-aged bachelor in Tel Aviv, learns that he and an ex-girlfriend had a son together, and this

Cycling With Moliere

Directed by Philippe Le Guay

Popular television celebrity Gauthier Valence (Lambert Wilson) embarks on a train journey to Brittany’s Île de Ré with a clear

The Exterminating Angel

Directed by Luis Buñuel

A very simple setup, an upper-crust dinner party whereby the guests become trapped in the dining room via unspecified reasons,

Ice Mother

Directed by Bohdan Sláma

Sláma’s charming, romantic drama centers on themes of familial conflict and the possibility of rebirth at any age. After her

But I’m a Cheerleader

Directed by Jamie Babbit

When all signs point to Megan (Natasha Lyonne) being a lesbian, her friends and family insist she be carted off

A Gun in Each Hand

Directed by Cesc Gay

A Gun in Each Hand is a witty and brutally hilarious collection of portraits of 40-something men and the changing gender

Sullivan’s Travels

Directed by Preston Sturges

Sturges made a career on exquisitely rendered comedies with a strongly humanistic drive—and perhaps nowhere does this alchemical mixture come

Under the Tree

Directed by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson

Equal parts family drama, absurdist black comedy, and unconventional thriller, Under the Tree follows two warring households locked in a

Thu, Aug 23

Bringing Up Baby

Directed by Howard Hawks

In Howard Hawks' celebrated comedic masterpiece, a chronically flustered paleontologist (Cary Grant) comes under the spell of a free-spirited society