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The Priest’s Children

Directed by Vinko Brešan

A young Catholic priest takes subversive action to enforce the Church’s position on birth control among his flock and soon

A New Leaf

Directed by Elaine May

May, as one half of the legendary comedy team Nichols and May, established herself as a comedic powerhouse on stage

Show Me Love

Directed by Lukas Moodysson

Elin (Alexandra Dahlstrom) lives in the unremarkable small town Åmål, a fact over which she despairs to anyone who will

The Strange Little Cat

Directed by Ramon Zürcher

This droll, comic day-in-the-life chronicles a multigenerational family preparing a dinner in their Berlin apartment. Compared with siblings Karin and

Baby Face

Directed by Alfred E. Green

One of the most historically renowned pre-code films, Baby Face is the type of film Warner Bros. was so good

To Be Or Not To Be

Directed by Ernst Lubitsch

Like Chaplin’s The Great Dictator, Lubitsch’s film was widely criticized upon release for trying to find laughs in Hitler’s assault

Television

Directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki

Tradition and technology clash in this satire set in rural Bangladesh. On religious grounds, a local community leader, Chairman Amin,

Employees’ Entrance

Directed by Roy Del Ruth

Warner Brothers during the late silent era and the 1930s was a true industrial machine, churning out product at a

M. Hulot’s Holiday

Directed by Jacques Tati

Tati’s second feature introduces the beloved character Monsieur Hulot, the bumbling, charming, near-silent uncle figure at the heart of his

Vic + Flo Saw a Bear

Directed by Denis Côté

Deep in the snow-covered backwoods of Quebec, 61-year-old Vic is trying to escape her criminal past. Fresh out of prison

Bombshell

Directed by Victor Fleming

Under the leadership of the tragic figure Irving Thalberg, by 1933 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was the house of Hollywood glamour, producing sophisticated,

The Fantastic World of Juan Orol

Directed by Sebastián Del Amo

Mexico’s half-forgotten B-movie master, “involuntary surrealist” Juan Orol (1897–1988), receives a pitch-perfect tribute in this deft, irresistible love letter to