Joel and Ethan Coen’s brilliant, atmospheric tribute to 1930s gangster melodramas is full to the brim with venomous one-liners and a catalog of characters worthy of any pre-WWII James Cagney/Warner Bros. picture.
We continue a series of films from young emerging French talent with GRAND CENTRAL, an intense romance starring Tahar Rahim (A PROPHET) and Léa Seydoux (BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR), and DOMESTIC LIFE, focusing on the struggles of a young mother who moves to a wealthy Paris suburb.
Our year-long celebration of the Aero’s 75th anniversary reaches the 1980s with a double bill of John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as THE BLUES BROTHERS, and Bill Murray and Harold Ramis joining the army with a bootcamp of misfits in a new restoration of STRIPES.
Our series of films from the European Union continues with Poland's GODS, a riveting biopic of the first surgeon in his country to successfully transplant a human heart, and Spain's Basque-language film FLOWERS, a moving and occasionally melancholy look at love and its aftereffects.
An absorbing drama from Bulgaria, THE LESSON (UROK) follows a teacher who must turn to a loan shark when her family's house is threatened with foreclosure. It's paired with the Finnish film THEY HAVE ESCAPED, in which misfits flee a halfway house for troubled youth and hit the road in search of buried fortune.