Upcoming Films

Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival presents Foxtrot

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… (a) gorgeous piece of work …” –

Denounced by Israel’s Minister of Culture and acclaimed by the critics, Samuel Moaz’s FOXTROT blends of realism with surrealism pack a powerful punch, telling the story of mourning against the backdrop of two generations traumatized by Israeli military service. Remarkably honest, it’s another example of the soul-searching underway in Israeli cinema. Winner, Silver Lion Award and Best Film Award, Venice Film Festival. Tickets at and 505.216.0672.

11a, Sunday, February 18

Faces Places


Oscar nominee, Best Documentary

Magnificently moving, funny, life-affirming, and altogether wonderful an absolutely essential farewell.” –IndieWire

The 89-year-old Agnes Varda, a key member of the French New Wave, is our greatest portraitist of people who live on the fringes of society. JR is a wildly popular 30something French street artist specializing in large-scale photographs. Together, they head into the French heartland, making pictures and asking questions of a goat-herder, a waitress, a postman, workers at a factor, creating a delightfully improvisational and whimsical tale of the working class, the power of art and of a growing friendship between two artists separated by five decades, one of whom is contemplating the end of her years. Winner, Best Documentary, Cannes Film Festival. (France, 2017, 89m)

Starts February 22

Call Me By Your Name


Oscar nominee

At once light, joyful and emotionally devastating, with deeply affecting central performances. A full-hearted romantic masterpiece.” –Empire

It's the summer of 1983, and precocious 17-year-old Elio Perlman is spending the days with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. He soon meets Oliver, a handsome doctoral student who's working as an intern for Elio's father. Amid the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings, Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever. Luca Guadagnino’s film features a screenplay adapted by James Ivory from Andre Aciman’s famed novel. (Italy, 2017, 132m)

Starts February 23



"There are no stagecoaches or six-shooters in this sharp, simmering drama of German-Bulgarian discord, but the spirit of John Ford graces it." –Variety

In Valeska Grisbach’s intense, slow-burning thriller—a winner of 10 international festival awards—a group of German construction workers installing a hydroelectric plant in remote rural Bulgaria find their sense of adventure awakening. But when one begins mixing with the local villagers, the stage seems to be set for a showdown. (Germany/Bulgaria/Austria, 2017, 120m, Cinema Guild)

Starts February 23

24 Frames


**** … A posthumous marvel … gorgeous and enigmatic. Watching it is akin to opening a series of nesting dolls, or leafing through a book of dreams.” –Guardian

For what would prove to be his final film, Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami gave himself a challenge: to bridge his two art forms, cinema and photography. 24 FRAMES reconstructs the moments immediately before and after a photograph is taken, using 24 still images and digitally animating them into quietly moving short vignettes, studies in the passage of time and in the shifting of our own perceptions. It’s a elegiac farewell from one of cinema’s true masters. (Iran-France)

February 23 - 25