Film/Video

Death by Hanging
July 31

This double feature by the adventurous Nagisa Oshima shows why his work electrified postwar Japanese cinema by radically reinventing genres and infusing them with still-shocking mixtures of eroticism, violence, and lyricism.

Je t'aime je t'aime
Aug 1

A rare foray into science fiction for the great Alain Resnais, Je t’aime je t’aime focuses on the first man chosen to test time travel. Werner Herzog’s daring and beautiful homage to the silent horror classic Nosferatu remains virtually unseen in this country.

Before Sunset
Aug 5

In Before Sunset, Jesse and Celine reconnect in Paris; Double Play captures the unique friendship between Linklater and filmmaker James Benning.

Me and Orson Welles
Aug 7

“One of the best movies about the theater I’ve ever seen.”
—Roger Ebert on Me and Orson Welles

Queen Margot
Aug 8

Don’t miss this opportunity to see Patrice Chéreau’s biggest international hit, screening uncut—and in a new 4K digital restoration—for the first time in the US.