4/20 at the Drive-In: Linklater's period ensemble piece about a group of teenagers on the last day of high school in 1976 also functions as a timeless social study of high school's character types and the system's abuses of power. Read a full review of Dazed and Confused.
Afternoon Tea: This doc on the eccentric cousins of Jackie Onassis, Edie Bouvier Beale and her mother, Edith, quickly became a cult classic with its portrayal of mother and daughter living in a decaying mansion.
New French Cinema Week: This doc explores the unique cuisine and wine of France’s Loire Valley. Co-director Emmanuel Morice will discuss his work following the people behind Loire Valley's dynamic food and wine culture.
New French Cinema Week: Director Clément Cogitore presents his 2015 feature debut following a French captain whose troops begin mysteriously disappearing in the Afghan wilderness during the invasion of Afghanistan.
New French Cinema Week: Director Saïd Hamich will be in attendance at this screening of his film about a young man and his fiancée returning to his hometown Bollène in the south of France, only to find a vastly changed city and a complex relationship with his family.
Dispatches From the Dream Factory: A young girl is trapped between the real and the ghost worlds in this classic animated Japanese film that filters Western fantasias and Eastern-angled spookiness through an outré sensibility Read a full review of Spirited Away.
New Releases: Toby (Driver) is Hollywood’s latest phenom, a commercial director tasked with shooting a big-budget adaptation of Don Quixote in the Spanish countryside, in Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited feature followup to doc Lost in La Mancha.