Foreign

  • Barbara

    Germany’s official Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film. Winner of the Best Director prize at the Berlin Film Festival.

  • Beast Paradise (Le paradis des bêtes)

    French filmmaker, Estelle Larrivaz presents a raw snapshot of a turbulent relationship and its direct impact on the children.

  • Caesar Must Die

    Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlinale. Inmates in Rome’s Rebibbia Prison are preparing to stage Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

  • City of Life and Death

    Nanjing, China December 1937: The film is based on recorded witness testimony from the real-life survivors of the Nanjing Massacre.

  • Elles

    On her latest assignment, a journalist for Elle immerses herself in a prostitution ring run by university students.

  • Hidden In The Woods

    Based on a bizarre true story and not for the faint of heart (extreme violence, prostitution, sexual assault, buckets of blood, cannibalism)

  • Himalaya

    Oscar Nominated! A visually striking and spiritually captivating portrait of life in one of the world’s most extraordinary places.

  • I Killed My Mother

    Winner of numerous international awards, including three at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival Director’s Fortnight.

  • In Another Country

    Legendary French actress Isabelle Huppert stars in the first English-language film from South Korean master Hong Sang-soo.

  • Iris

    A hauntingly beautiful coming-of-age tale of a young city girl discovering the truth about her family.

  • Jo's Neighborhood (Un p'tit gars de Ménilmontant)

    Jo gets out of prison 15 years after a big heist and that stirs up the neighborhood.

  • Mary Queen of Scots

    A queen who lost three kingdoms. A wife who lost three husbands. A woman who lost her head.

  • Please Do Not Disturb

    Set in contemporary Tehran, “Please Do Not Disturb” portrays the city life in three distinctive episodes of sentiment, sensitivity, and wit.

  • Reclaim Your Brain

    Determined to fight TV’s dumbing down of society, Rainer and his band of misfits take on the network execs and save culture and the people.

  • Sarah Prefers To Run (Sarah Préfère La Course)

    A film about the unwavering pursuit of a goal and the anxieties of a young athlete who lives only for the race.

  • Silent City

    A young European woman faces the harsh loneliness of Tokyo in order to master the secrets of the Japanese art of filleting fish.

  • The Athlete

    Running the streets of Rome in 1960, an unknown, barefooted Ethiopian man stunned the world by winning Olympic gold in the marathon.

  • The Dinner (Het Diner)

    How far would you go when it comes to your family and your future?

  • The Extraordinary Tale

    “The Extraordinary Tale” is a darkly comic satire where reality and fantasy meet and two whimsical, emotionally damaged misfits fall in love.

  • The Holy Land of Tyrol

    An epic period story of love & loyalty at the end of the Napoleonic Wars in the Tyrolean Alps.

  • The Reunion (Återträffen)

    Anna Odell heads to her 20th high school reunion to confront her childhood bullies. How far is too far?

  • The Verdict (Het Vonnis)

    A man takes on his country’s justice system after a procedural error releases his wife’s murderer.

  • Vanishing Waves

    A neuron-transfer scientist experiments with the thoughts of a comatose young woman.

  • Violeta Went to Heaven (Violeta se fue a los cielos)

    A portrait of famed Chilean singer and folklorist Violeta Parra filled with her music, her memories, her loves and her hopes.

  • You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    From Director, Alain Resnais, the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient from the Cannes Film Festival.

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