Wednesday | 05.08.20

Monthly Screenings

New Films


Dir.: Arik Rotstein
| 100 minutes

Eighty four-year-old Yehoshua discovers a cellular antenna on his roof. He believes that all his ailments are caused by the radiation from the antenna, and his feelings escalate into an obsession. His wife and three grown sons are unwillingly swept into this battle. 

The Glass Castle

Dir.: Destin Daniel Cretton
| 127 minutes

Jeannette was given an unconventional upbringing by her bohemian nonconformist parents. When her parents reappear in her life, she has to come to terms with her childhood and her relationship with them.

Logan Lucky

Dir.: Steven Soderbergh
| 119 minutes

Two brothers – one with a limp and the other one-armed, team up with an imprisoned demolition expert and his not so bright brothers, to pull off the ultimate heist at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.

La vache

Dir.: Mohamed Hamidi
| 92 minutes

An Algerian man‘s life-long dream of taking his beloved cow Jacqueline to the Paris Agriculture Fair comes true. He has never left his village and plans to cross the whole of France by foot to reach his destination. An unexpected journey full of amusing and heartfelt moment ensues. 


Dir.: Christopher Nolan
| 106 minutes

1940. During the battle for France, the British forces are caught under siege near the town of Dunkirk. The heroic battle that follows will enlist the full force of the British army to hastily rescue the troops. Dunkirk is an unyielding historic epic by the masterful Christopher Nolan. 

The Big Sick

Dir.: Michael Showalter
| 119 minutes

The Big Sick, this year’s most talked about romantic comedy, is based on Kumail Nanjiani’s (Silicon Valley) true-life story. A touching and amusing portrait of cultural gaps, love, and the healing power of humor.

Buena Vista Social Club: Adios

Dir.: Lucy Walker
| 110 minutes

Almost twenty years after Wim Wenders’ Buena Vista Social Club brought Cuban music to the forefront and made its participant into stars; director Lucy Walker goes back to see what has happened since then

The Beguiled

Dir.: Sofia Coppola
| 93 minutes

During the American Civil War, a wounded Yankee soldier finds refuge in a girls’ boarding school, and stirs up whirlwind of desires. Coppola made history as the second woman to win Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival for The Beguiled. 


Dir.: François Ozon
| 113 minutes

François Ozon’s film takes us to a small German town in 1919. Anna meets Adrian, a young Frenchman who has come to lay flowers on the grave of her fiancé, killed in WWI. His presence, so soon after Germany’s defeat, kindles new desires. 

Free Fire

Dir.: Ben Wheatley
| 90 minutes

In Boston of 1978, two gangs meet in a deserted factory to finalize an arms deal. They’re hoping for a swift exchange, but a petty quarrel becomes a chaotic gunfight. A mad crime comedy by British director Ben Wheatley.