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Jour de fête

Directed by Jacques Tati

Tati’s (M. HULOT’S HOLIDAY) first film frolics through the adventures of François, a rural postman who is the object of

Lowlife Love

Directed by Eiji Uchida

Tetsuo (the fast-rising, thrillingly unhinged Kiyohiko Shibukawa) is a lowlife film director with one minor hit under his belt—10 years

The Actor

The Actor

Directed by Satoko Yokohama

Unfortunately, due to inclement weather, we have cancelled this screening of The Actor. Yokohama (Bare Essence of Life) signals herself as

Love & Peace

Directed by Sion Sono

Sono, always pushing boundaries and constantly surprising even his most frothy fans, finished and released five (!) feature films in

Champagne

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

CHAMPAGNE stars the bubbly Betty Balfour as a frivolous flapper whose millionaire father looks to teach her a lesson in

Lisztomania

Directed by Ken Russell

In his flamboyant, anachronistic style, Russell transposes the excesses of 1970s superstardom onto Franz Liszt (played by Roger Daltrey), while

The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle

Directed by Julien Temple

“To be bad is good. To be good is simply boring.”—Malcolm McLaren. The urge to self-mythologize is written into rock’s DNA.

Magical Mystery Tour

Directed by Francis Hanly

Buoyed by the earlier success of A HARD DAY’S NIGHT and the triumphant success of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club

Thermae Romae

Directed by Hideki Takeuchi

Based on the best-selling manga series, Takeuchi’s comedic fantasy centers on Lucius (Hiroshi Abe, STILL WALKING), a bath designer in

Bellissima

Directed by Luchino Visconti

One of Luchino Visconti’s (The Leopard, Death in Venice) little seen films—not in distribution in the US—Bellissima is a sly

Repo Man

Directed by Alex Cox

“Of all the low-budget films to come out of the 1980s, this dark cult comedy about urban sprawl and alien

Tampopo

Directed by Juzo Itami

Director Juzo Itami described his oddball “ramen western” comedy as “about people in a situation where sex and eating are