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All You Can Eat Buddha

Directed by Ian Lagarde

Cinematographer Ian Lagarde (Vic + Flo Saw a Bear) makes his directorial debut with this surreal fable centering on a

Arabian Nights: Volume 1, the Restless One

Directed by Miguel Gomes

“An up-to-the minute rethinking of what it means to make a political film today, Gomes’s shape-shifting paean to the art

Arabian Nights: Volume 2, The Desolate One

Directed by Miguel Gomes

“The middle section of Gomes’s monumental yet light-footed magnum opus shifts into a more subdued and melancholic register. But within

Arabian Nights: Volume 3, The Enchanted One

Directed by Miguel Gomes

“Gomes’s sui generis epic concludes with arguably its most eccentric—and most enthralling—installment. Scheherazade escapes the king for an interlude of

Beasts of the Southern Wild

Directed by Benh Zeitlin

A deeply felt exploration of race and class in post-Katrina America filtered through the soaring fantasies and downcast reality of

Sat, Oct 12

Beauty and the Beast

Directed by Jean Cocteau

A film of immense visual beauty and unparalleled imagination, Jean Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast was the first of many

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Directed by Stephen Herek

High school slackers Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) need to ace their history presentation in order to avoid

Black Magic

Directed by George Ratoff

Meteoric rise and precipitous fall—hallmarks of Welles’ work, especially in the 1940s—are given the magical treatment in Black Magic, an

Bluebeard

Directed by Catherine Breillat

French provocateur Catherine Breillat (Fat Girl, The Last Mistress, Sleeping Beauty) has built a career out of bringing complex and

Body

Directed by Margorzata Szumowska

“Balancing bleakness and mirth in equal measure, Body chronicles three haunted souls in Warsaw: an icy coroner who suspects his

Sun, Oct 13

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui

Before it was a beloved TV show, Fran Rubel Kuzui directed Joss Whedon’s original feature script that follows reluctant Chosen

Cemetery of Splendour

Directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul

A hypnotic cinematic dreamscape unfolds in Thai master Weerasethakul’s new film, in which soldiers with a mysterious sleeping sickness are