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The Look of Silence

Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer

Joshua Oppenheimer follows his riveting The Act of Killing (2012), about Indonesia’s anti-communist massacres in the 1960s, with this searing companion piece.

Ida

Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski

Orphaned during World War II and raised in a rural convent, Anna is about to take her own vows. But

In Bed With Ulysses

Directed by Alan Adelson, Kate Taverna

IN BED WITH ULYSSES details the provocative story of how James Joyce’s novel ULYSSES, widely considered among the greatest works

Marie’s Story

Directed by Jean-Pierre Ameris

Inspired by the life of Marie Heurtin, Marie’s Story is a playful, inspirational, and moving emotional journey between teacher and student set

Ilo Ilo

Directed by Anthony Chen

Chen’s bittersweet drama about the relationship between a 10-year-old boy named Jiale and his caretaker Teresa in late 1990s Singapore

The Decameron

Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

The first of three “tales of life"—to be followed by his adaptations of The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights—Pasolini’s take

Phoenix

Directed by Christian Petzold

Petzold’s riveting film follows Nelly (Nina Hoss), a concentration camp survivor returning to Berlin, in her search for Johnny (Ronald

In Bloom

Directed by Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Gross

It’s 1992 in Tbilisi, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, but 14-year-old best friends Eka and Natia are unfazed

Quod Erat Demonstrandum

Directed by Andrei Gruzsniczki

The story of the man on the edge becomes a film about people who are at crossroads. Set in Romania,

The Last of the Unjust

Directed by Claude Lanzmann

In 1975, while making his landmark Holocaust documentary Shoah, Lanzmann interviewed Benjamin Murmelstein. Age 70 and living in exile in Rome,

Red Army

Directed by Gabe Polsky

Whether or not you know anything about hockey, or US-Soviet cold war history, you’ll be entertained by Polsky’s fascinating story

Mary Queen of Scots

Directed by Thomas Imbach

This sumptuous historical drama provides a riveting psychological portrait of the woman who became a pawn in the 16th-century conflict