• The Skin I Live In

    The Skin I Live In

    Pedro Almodóvar ventured into the realm of the psychological horror genre with his twisted The Skin I Live In, which also marked his long-awaited reunion with Antonio Banderas! This perverse tale of familial entanglements and sexual tension is as clinically precise as the plastic surgery it depicts.

    Now showing in 🇫🇷 here.

  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

    Achingly romantic and dazzling, Jacques Demy’s enchanting classic is a movie musical for the ages and a sight to behold. Accomplished filmmaking, bold colors, and its continuously sung score by Michel Legrand won the film the Palme d’Or, and launched the career of Catherine Deneuve.

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  • Ratcatcher


    Lynne Ramsay’s magnificent, impressionistic debut tells a haunting coming-of-age story tuned to her distinct frequency of poetic social realism. Set against a gloomy backdrop of 1970s Glasgow, we see the world through the eyes of a child: beautiful, painful and shot through with devastating humor.

    Now showing in 🇹🇷 here.

  • Read My Lips

    Read My Lips

    This rich character study defies the conventions of the thriller while delivering a deeply satisfying experience for genre fans. With daring sound design and impeccable performances by Emmanuelle Devos and Vincent Cassel, Read My Lips is a gripping entry in Jacques Audiard’s (A Prophet) oeuvre.

    Now showing (almost globally) here.

  • Lola


    In Jacques Demy’s first feature film, the spellbinding Anouk Aimée plays Lola, wistful yet sparkling, framed by the beautiful and melancholic imagery of Raoul Coutard and dancing to the music of Michel Legrand. It conveys the spirit of the early French New Wave and the graceful cinema of Max Ophüls.

    Now showing (almost) globally here.

  • High Heels

    High Heels

    With its bright, rigorous visuals and lip-synced musical numbers, High Heels finds Almodóvar at his most fabulously freewheeling. A labyrinthine comedy about a mother, a daughter, and a corpse, it’s the most explicit nod to the women’s pictures of Douglas Sirk in the Spanish auteur’s career to date.

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  • Visit, or Memories and Confessions

    Visit, or Memories and Confessions

    Manoel de Oliveira’s long-hidden documentary is an intimate self-portrait of a master, flooded with ruminations on spaces, cinema, and life under a dictatorship. Laid over a lilting Beethoven concerto or the patient whirr of a film projector, past memories startlingly coalesce into concrete poetry.

    Now showing (almost) globally here.

  • Pino


    The directorial debut of editor Walter Fasano (Call Me by Your Name), this unconventional documentary is a spirited portrait of Pino Pascali, an icon of postwar Italian art. Narrated by Suzanne Vega, Alma Jodorowsky, and Michele Riondino, Pino unmasks the revolutionary legacy of a forgotten artist.

    Now showing (almost) globally here.

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Once derided and now revered as the key to all Twin Peaks mythologies, this crucial prequel/sequel to David Lynch’s iconic TV series resurrects the late Laura Palmer to reveal her harrowing final days. A surreal psychological horror, made all-too disturbingly real by its remarkable star Sheryl Lee.

    Now showing in 🇫🇷 🇮🇳 🇲🇾 here.

  • Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    In this thoughtful and engaging doc, film adventurer Werner Herzog digs into the online world to spy on our escalating dance with progress. A work of personal-essay cinema that observes and provokes in equal measure. Fact: despite his skepticism towards technology, Herzog does own a cell phone.

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  • Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

    Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

    And we reach peak Almodóvar! Alive with a wild pace and an irresistible rhythm, this witty classic redefined screwball comedy for a new era of arthouse pleasure. The insanity of love and sex had never been so fun nor colourful—and as for Pedro, he was forever thrust into the international spotlight.

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  • The Neon Demon

    The Neon Demon

    Following two films with Ryan Gosling, Nicolas Winding Refn enlists Elle Fanning for the dazzling, hypnotic Neon Demon—an entrancing and especially stylized indictment of the ugliest grotesqueries of the modelling industry. A visually stunning, self-conscious satire of the horrors of vapidity.

    Now showing in 🇨🇦 here.