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This remarkably assured debut unrolls in late 1970s Argentina, a country in the clutches of a military dictatorship where political violence simmers just below the surface. A Swiss banker (Two Days, One Night‘s Fabrizio Rongione) arrives in Buenos Aires to replace a mysteriously missing colleague and placate their moneyed clientele. Moving through the smoke-filled lounges and […]


35mm print! “Everyone knows that Australia is home to some pretty nasty critters: crocs, funnelwebs, great whites, dropbears. The ways in which nature can bite you on the arse are as numerous and varied as they are well documented. Something that visitors might not be expecting to have to worry about however are giant homicidal […]

The Witch Who Came From the Sea

A great time out at the movies with no equal and belonging to no genre. It will f*** you up for life — that is, if you’re up for the challenge. This unnerving journey into madness and murder contains an unforgettable star turn by Millie Perkins (The Shooting, The Diary of Anne Frank) that will […]

Straight Up

The Q&A at 7:10 on Sat Feb 29 will be moderated by filmmaker Brian Sloan. Todd is a hyper-articulate, obsessive compulsive gay twentysomething whose fear of dying alone leads him to a baffling conclusion: he might not be gay after all. When he meets Rory, a whip-smart struggling actress with her own set of insecurities, […]

Chained for Life

“Building on the promise of his hallucinogenic debut Go Down Death, filmmaker Aaron Schimberg delivers another brilliantly oddball, acerbically funny foray into gonzo surrealism. In a deft tragicomic performance, Jess Weixler (Teeth) plays Mabel, a movie star “slumming it” in an outré art-horror film being shot in a semi-abandoned hospital. Cast opposite her is Rosenthal (Under […]

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

New York Premiere. Media firebrand Molly Ivins was six feet of Texas trouble who, despite her Houston pedigree, took on Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Best-selling author, Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist, and a popular TV pundit, Molly had a nation of “fans” and “frenemies.” She courageously spoke truth to power, but always […]

Come Drink With Me

“Experts consider King Hu’s Come Drink with Me a benchmark in Hong Kong martial arts filmmaking, and it has been cited as one of the sources for Ang Lee’s knockoff hit Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. And, if like me, you’ve only seen one other Hu film, the three-hour masterpiece A Touch of Zen (1969), Come Drink with Me may come […]

Gangs of New York

DCP Projection “Here is a historical epic that fudges a few facts, tacks on a pandering love story and trips on its own grand ambitions. And yet here is a film that I give the highest rating. Nuts? I don’t think so. Gangs of New York is something better than perfect: It’s thrillingly alive. Martin Scorsese blows […]

Freak Show

Billy Bloom (Alex Lawther, The Imitation Game) is one-of-a-kind: a fabulous, glitter-bedecked, gender-bending teenager whose razor-sharp wit is matched only his by his outrageous, anything-goes fashion sense. When his glamorous mother (Bette Midler) is forced to send him to live with his straight-laced father (Larry Pine), Billy finds himself a diva-out-of-water at his new ultra-conservative high […]


DCP projection “If there’s a seminal Ozploitation film, it’s arguably PATRICK.  Together, the all-star Aussie team of schlockmaster producer Antony Ginnane, director Richard Franklin (Psycho II, Road Games) and writer Everett De Roche (Razorback, Long Weekend) shaped a fascinating film that blends Eurosleaze with Hitchcockian suspense.  And it has one of the era’s most memorable […]