Monthly Screenings

The Personal History of David Copperfield

Dir.: Armando Iannucci
| 116 minutes

Armando Iannucci's film is a creative, whimsical, and unusual adaptation of Charles Dickens's famous novel. The Personal History is a smart and colorful comedy, "a fast-moving yarn, sometimes hilarious and always entertaining" (Hollywood Reporter). 

The Whistlers

Dir.: Corneliu Porumboiu
| 98 minutes

Corneliu Porumboiu’s new film follows a Romanian cop with ties to the local mafia. When a young woman recruits him for an unusual task, he finds himself trapped between the police, mafia, and his feelings. A pulsing, precise work. 

An Irrepressible Woman

Dir.: Laurent Heynemann
| 105 minutes

Inspired by Jewish French socialist politician and three-time Prime Minister, Léon Blum and his love affair with Janot Reichenbach. When they could finally be together, the Nazis arrived in France and Janot gave up her comfortable life to link her destiny to that of Léon Blum.

La belle époque

Dir.: Nicolas Bados
| 110 minutes

While his marriage is in crisis, Victor receives the opportunity to take part in a role-playing project that will allow him to revisit the day he met and fell in love with his wife, 40 years ago. Will the chance to reenact the memories reignite their love? Smart, funny, witty, romantic, thrilling, gratifying, unmissable. 


Dir.: Chloé Zhao
| 107 minutes

A widow embarks on a journey across the western United States after the economic crisis. The people she meets offer the viewer a unique cinematic experience: an intimate, human, and bare portrait of America that has captured the imagination of critics and audiences alike. 

The Green Knight

Dir.: David Lowery
| 130 minutes

The Green Knight is the epic adventure of Sir Gawain, King Arthur's nephew, who answers to a challenge set by the Green Knight. Based upon the timeless 14th-century poem, visionary director David Lowery presents a mysterious, enchanting, and exceptional cinematic experience.