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Crooklyn

Directed by Spike Lee

Spike Lee’s sentimental remembrance of growing up in 1970s Brooklyn centers on a young girl named Troy (Zelda Harris) as

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

Parks

Directed by Natsuki Seta

Produced to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Inokashira Park in Tokyo, Parks tells the story of three young friends who

The Magician

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

When a 19th-century traveling medicine show makes its way into town, the locals subject its performers to a battery of

Sun, Dec 16
Mon, Dec 17

French Cancan

Directed by Jean Renoir

Jean Renoir’s return to France in the early 1950s, following more than a decade of self-exile, culminated in his first

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

Neko Ninja

Directed by Takeshi Watanabe

From the director of Neko Samurai and its sequel Neko Samurai: A Tropical Adventure, a ninja with the stolen ability

Smiles of A Summer Night

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

The inspiration for Woody Allen’s A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy and Steven Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, Bergman’s Smiles is

Sat, Dec 1

Ninotchka

Directed by Ernst Lubitsch

Coming at a time in which Greta Garbo’s career was in sharp decline—her popularity waned in the US, while in