Upcoming Films

Road Movie


"Waves of emotion emerge in an instant; moments of terror, exhilaration, hilarity, even first love unite in a flowing cinematic essay … a forceful social experience." –Screen Space

A mosaic of asphalt adventures, landscape photography, and some of the craziest shit you’ve ever seen, Dmitrii Kalashnikov’s THE ROAD MOVIE is a stunning compilation of video footage shot exclusively via the deluge of dashboard cameras that populate Russian roads. The epitome of a you-have- to-see- it-to- believe-it documentary, THE ROAD MOVIE captures a wide range of spectacles through the windshield—including a comet crashing down to Earth, an epic forest fire, and no shortage of angry motorists taking road rage to wholly new and unexpected levels—all accompanied by bemused commentary from unseen and often stoic drivers and passengers.

Starts January 19

Mary and the Witch's Flower


Opens a world of visual enchantment where water can dance, brooms and carpets take flight, and woodland critters transform into fantastical beings … its emotional warmth and wondrously inviting hand-drawn imagery carry on Ghibli’s proud tradition … weeps you up and then gently sets you down, back into a world that seems more capable of magic than it did before.” –LA Times

Academy Award®-nominated director and former Studio Ghibli artist Hiromasa Yonebayashi—creator of WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE and THE SECRET WORLD OF ARRIETTY, and animator on SPIRITED AWAY, HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE and PONYO—adapts a classic young adult novel to tell the heartfelt story of a young girl seeking her place in the world. When Mary, an ordinary but very lonely girl, discovers an old broomstick, and a magical flower, she has a night of unimaginable adventures, including a school that might remind some of Hogwarts … though it was written long before the Harry Potter series. A glorious, bittersweet fantasy-action tale for the whole family (Japan, 2017, 102m, GKids)

Starts January 19

Creativity for Peace presents Author/photographer Paola Gianturco slideshow and book signing

creativityforpeace550Tickets $15 / VIP tickets (including a signed book and pre-reception) are $125

Between 2013-2016, noted author and photographer Paola Gianturco and her 11-year-old granddaughter, up-and-coming author and photographer Alex Sangster, teamed up to interview and photograph 102 girls, each of whom tells her own story in her own words. WONDER GIRLS: Changing Our World documents girl-led groups that are improving health, education, gender equality, and the environment; and stopping child marriage, domestic violence, child trafficking, and war. The book features fifteen groups of girls, all age 10 to 18, who are tackling challenges in 13 countries in the Middle East, Asia, North and Latin America, Africa, and Oceania.

All tickets:

7p January 25 



Transfixing in its formal rigor, impressive craft and striking visual beauty.” –The Hollywood Reporter

Upon returning from a trading expedition, Antonio discovers that his wife has died in labor. Confined to a decadent but desolate property, he marries his wife’s young niece, Beatriz. Separated from her family and left alone on the rugged farmhouse in the Brazilian mountains, Beatriz finds solace in the community of slaves. The haunting and stunning solo directorial debut from Brazilian filmmaker Daniela Thomas—a frequent collaborator with Walter Salles— exploresthe fraught intersection of feminism, colonialism, and race. (Brazil, 2017, 116m, Music Box Films)

Starts January 26

Exhibition on Screen David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts


Britain’s most popular artist and a global sensation, with exhibitions in London, New York, Paris and beyond, attracting millions of visitors, David Hockney approaches 90 with no evidence of slowing down or losing his trademark boldness. This film by Phil Grabsky features intimate and in-depth interviews and behind-the-scenes access two blockbuster exhibitions held in 2012 and 2016 at the Royal Academy of Art in London. (U.K., 2018, 90m)

January 26-28

In the Fade


Winner of the 2018 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film

"Riveting … Kruger delivers a career-high performance as the courageous, emotional and unforgiving survivor Katja” –Hollywood Reporter

In the latest from award-winning director Fatih Akin (HEAD-ON, EDGE OF HEAVEN), Diane Kruger (winner, Best Actress, Cannes Film Festival) is spun into despair after her husband and son are killed, and she spins into a search for the perpetrators: a pair of neo-Nazis. A powerfully relevant tale of hatred and justice during our troubled times. (Germany, 2017, 105m, Magnolia Pictures)

Starts January 26