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Secrets of War

Directed by Dennis Bots

During World War II, everyone had to keep secrets to survive, but at what price? Lambert and Tuur, two 12-year-old

The Missing Picture

Directed by Rithy Panh

As the only family survivor of Pol Pot’s reign of terror (1975-1979), Cambodian-French director Rithy Panh has been searching for

The Chicken

Directed by Una Gunjak

On her sixth birthday, Selma receives a chicken from her dad, a soldier away at the front, but her joy

The Sacrament

Directed by Ti West

A shocking tale of devotion gone horribly wrong, The Sacrament offers a disturbing vision of the power of groupthink. Patrick is a

’71

Directed by Yann Demange

“A riveting thriller set in the mean streets of Belfast over the course of 24 hours, ’71 brings the grim

Carry On

Directed by Yatao Li

During the brutal withdrawal of Japanese forces at the end of WWII, a Chinese father does whatever he can to

Those Happy Years

Directed by Daniele Luchetti

Rome in the 1970s. Young Dario, 8mm movie camera in hand, captures the events that will forever change his family’s

Samurai Rebellion

Directed by Masaki Kobayashi

This stunning meditation on honor, duty, justice, and love, set in the 18th century, stars the magnificent Toshirô Mifune as

Late For My Mother’s Funeral

Directed by Penny Allen

Former Portland director Penny Allen’s (PROPERTY, PAYDIRT) new film is the intimate, turbulent portrait of a French-Algerian-Moroccan family residing in

Russian Ark

Directed by Aleksandr Sokurov

“RUSSIAN ARK is both a dazzling technical tour-de-force and a love letter to Russian culture. Unfolding in real time in

In the Land of the Head Hunters

Directed by Edward S. Curtis

VISITING ARTIST—Almost a decade before Robert Flaherty immortalized the Inuit people in Nanook of the North (1922), Edward S. Curtis

King of Kings

Directed by Nicholas Ray

King of Kings, Ray’s second film for MGM, is truly his “epic” (featuring narration by Orson Welles!), a lavish historical