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Now Playing • May 28–Jun 11

Papicha

Algeria, 1990s. Nedjma (Lyna Khoudri starring in Wes Anderson’s upcoming ‘The French Dispatch’), an 18 year-old student passionate about fashion design refuses to let the tragic events of the Algerian Civil War to keep her from experiencing a normal life and going out at night with her friend Wassila. As the social climate becomes more conservative, she rejects the new bans set by the radicals and decides to fight for her freedom and independence by putting on a fashion show.

Now Playing • May 28–Jun 11

The Grey Fox

After decades in prison, stagecoach robber Bill Miner (Richard Farnsworth) emerges in 1901 a free man without a place in 20th century society…until he sees The Great Train Robbery and is inspired to once again do what he does best.

Now Playing • May 28–Jun 11

Spaceship Earth

Spaceship Earth is the true, stranger-than-fiction, adventure of eight visionaries who in 1991 spenttwo years quarantined inside of a self-engineered replica of Earth’s ecosystem called BIOSPHERE 2. The experiment was a worldwide phenomenon, chronicling daily existencein the face of life threatening ecological disaster and a growing criticism that it was nothing more than a cult. The bizarre storyis both a cautionary taleand a hopeful lesson of how a small group of dreamers canpotentially reimagine anew world.

Now Playing • May 28–Jun 4

The Wolf House

“The Wolf House,” a NYTimes Critics Pick, is a feature film where beauty, fear, disorder and the narrative itself are born from the precarious and permanent states of change. It is the story of a beautiful young woman who is held captive, but it is also the story of a physical and mental world that falls apart, destroys itself and renews itself time and again.

Now Playing • May 28–Jun 11

ANBESSA

A young boy displaced by an expanding city creates his own reality where as a lion (anbessa) he can face the forces beyond his control. A stunning observational work, Italian American director Mo Scarpelli’s debut feature ANBESSA vibrantly mirrors its subject’s imagination with a creative approach to non-fiction filmmaking. The film is an urgent and caring portrait of those cast aside by the processes of modernization.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

The Juniper Tree

Nietzchka Keene’s haunting 1990 Icelandic supernatural fairy tale/witchcraft drama, starring music and fashion icon Björk, in a new restoration by the Wisconsin Center for Film & Theater Research and The Film Foundation, with funding provided by the George Lucas Family Foundation.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

CRSHD

On the last night of her college freshman year, Izzy tries to lose her virginity with the help of her two best friends––but their only hope is getting into an exclusive, invite-only “Crush Party.”

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Capital in the Twenty-First Century

Based on the wildly popular No. 1 New York Times bestseller by Thomas Piketty of the same name, CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY guides audiences through the fascinating and controversial history of global wealth disparity across the decades. This ambitious documentary takes insightful interviews with some of the world’s leading economics experts and fuses them with vibrant images ripped from pop culture history to create a dazzling and eye-opening portrait of how money makes the world move.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Sunrise/Sunset

After failing his university entrance exams for the third year in a row, Min Suk, a directionless twenty-something Korean man, travels to New York to visit his long-distance girlfriend Yeon Jae.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

THE INFILTRATORS

THE INFILTRATORS is a docu-thriller that tells the true story of young immigrants who are detained by Border Patrol and thrown into a shadowy for-profit detention center—on purpose.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Our Mothers (Nuestras Madres)

Forensic anthropologist Ernesto works tirelessly to identify the remains of the victims of the Guatemalan Civil War. When he meets an old Mayan woman who might have information that could lead him to his father’s body, Ernesto embarks on a crusade that promises to bring solace to the wounded community and help him uncover his own roots.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Clementine

Reeling from a one-sided breakup, anguished Karen flees Los Angeles for her ex’s idyllic lake house in the Pacific Northwest. There, she becomes entangled with a mysterious, alluring younger woman, whom she cannot seem to resist.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

FEAST of the EPIPHANY

From the Academy Award–winning producer of American Factory, Feast of the Epiphany is a singular cinematic experience about the mysterious magic of human collaboration. On a weekend day like any other, the simple meal a young woman prepares for friends takes on unexpected significance.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Fourteen

Dan Sallitt’s (The Unspeakable Act) subtly poignant depiction of female friendship unfolds over the course of a decade, as Mara sometimes tries to help and sometimes backs away to preserve herself, but never leaves behind her powerful childhood connection.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

José

Winner of multiple awards, including the Queer Lion from the 75th Annual Venice Film Festival, JOSÉ is a gripping, layered and beautifully honest story about one working class young man's struggle to find himself. Made in the neorealist filmmaking tradition, the film is a nuanced and vivid look at being gay in Central America. It opens on January 31, 2020 at New York City's Quad Cinema and expands to other North American cities starting in February.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Alice

After discovering that her husband’s addiction to escorts has left their family penniless, Alice finds herself drawn into the world of high-end prostitution as a means of caring for herself and her child

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Lucky Grandma

Set in New York City, an ornery, chain-smoking Chinese Grandma goes all in at the casino, landing herself on the wrong side of luck... and in the middle of a Chinatown gang war.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Queen of Diamonds

Critically acclaimed for her radical feminist body of work, Nina Menkes’ Queen of Diamonds (Sundance ’91) is the second title in a quartet of films (alongside The Great Sadness of Zohara (1983), Magdalena Viraga (1986), and The Bloody Child (1996)), that Menkes produced, wrote, directed, and shot, all of which star her sister, Tinka Menkes. New restoration by The Academy Film Archive and The Film Foundation.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

THE PAINTER AND THE THIEF

Desperate for answers about the theft of her two paintings, a Czech artist seeks out and befriends the career criminal who stole them. After inviting her thief to sit for a portrait, the two form an improbable relationship and an inextricable bond that will forever link these lonely souls.

Now Playing • May 29–Jun 4

Cat Video Fest

CatVideoFest is a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos, and, of course, classic internet powerhouses. The 70-minute-reel of cat videos is family-friendly and can be enjoyed by anyone.