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Two Lives

Directed by George Maas, Judith Kaufmann

1990. After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War, a flood of information from

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Fire Season

Directed by Courtney Saunders

During a dry, hot summer in a small Montana town, two sisters share a brief, intense relationship with a young

The Long Day Closes

Directed by Terence Davies

Liverpool, 1950s. A drab and dreary existence hangs over the town. 11-year-old Bud (Leigh McCormack) lives a comfortable life, surrounded

Fanny

Directed by Marc Allégret

Picking up moments after the end of Marius, Fanny grieves after Marius’s departure—and realizes that she’s pregnant. Panisse continues courting

Killing Jesús

Directed by Laura Mora Ortega

Paula, a college activist in Medellín, reveres her father, a professor who encourages his students to question their society. When

The House By The Sea

Directed by Robert Guédiguian

In a little cove near Marseille, Angèle, Joseph, and Armand return to their elderly father’s picturesque villa. Angèle is an

He Walked By Night

Directed by Alfred Werker

Inspired by the true story of Erwin “Machine Gun” Walker's shocking Los Angeles crime spree throughout 1945 and 1946, He

The Ancient Law

Directed by Ewald André Dupont

An important piece of German-Jewish cinematic history, Dupont’s film takes on the theme of Jewish assimilation in 19th-century Europe, contrasting

The Virgin Spring

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

Bergman returns to the medieval Sweden of The Seventh Seal with this decidedly modern parable based on a 14th-century religious

En El Séptimo Dia

Directed by Jim McKay

In McKay’s first feature effort since 2004’s Everyday People (he has also directed episodes of critically acclaimed television shows like

The Glow is Gone

Directed by Ryan Ermacora

Disillusioned by economic precarity, a young woman travels to do temporary farm work on a Gulf Island in British Columbia.

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The Scarlet Empress

Directed by Josef von Sternberg

Marlene Dietrich and Josef von Sternberg tackle the historical costume drama—in this case the court of Catherine the Great. However,