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Footlight Parade

Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley

Busby Berkeley’s last of three “backstage musicals” made at Warner Bros. in 1933 is the delightful, somewhat overshadowed Footlight Parade,

Foxtrot

Directed by Samuel Maoz

Michael and Daphna experience gut-wrenching grief when army officials inform them of the death of their son. Unable to find

The Day After

Directed by Hong Sang-soo

Once again plumbing affairs of the heart and the foibles of weak, confused men with his sly humor, Hong Sang-Soo’s

The Lost Moment

Directed by Martin Gabel

It's ironic that the film version of The Aspern Papers by the 19th-century American author Henry James, revered for his

A Bag of Marbles

Directed by Christian Duguay

Based on Joseph Joffo's autobiographical memoir, A Bag of Marbles tells the story of the Nazi occupation through the eyes

Shame

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

Musicians Jan (Max Von Sydow) and Eva (Liv Ullmann), take refuge in a remote farmhouse hoping to escape the coming

Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day

Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

This eight-hour, five-episode intimate epic follows toolmaker Jochen (the magnetic Gottfried John) and his extended family (Fassbinder regular Hanna Schygulla)

Mink

Directed by Jace Wrigley

A young woman comes to terms with her place in the sexual hierarchy after being betrayed, trapped, and raped by

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Queen Christina

Directed by Rouben Mamoulian

Queen Christina was a massive commercial hit for MGM both at home and abroad—this time perhaps due to Greta Garbo’s

Ivan’s Childhood

Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

During World War II, young Ivan (Nikolay Burlyaev) scurries across Soviet and German lines, having been recruited as a spy

Medicine for Melancholy

Directed by Barry Jenkins

Barry Jenkins found mainstream success in 2016 with his Oscar-winning coming-of-age tale Moonlight, but prior to that breakthrough, he made

Wild at Heart

Directed by David Lynch

The promise of love in a violent world ripples under the surface of the unhinged Wild at Heart, in which