CineNoche: Inspired by the real-life journals of two explorers who traveled through the Colombian Amazon, this film follows two scientists who forge a bond with an Amazonian shaman. Read a full review of Embrace of the Serpent.
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.
Is it Christ or is it Brian? Only the Monty Python crew know for sure in this sacrilegious comedy designed to equally offend all practitioners of organized religion everywhere. It's a case of mistaken identity when Brian, a neighbor of Christ, is misidentified as the Chosen One. Read a full review of Life of Brian.
Arguably the greatest movie musical of all time, Singin' in the Rain features terrific performances and music, sensational Technicolor images, and a plot that hinges on the problems inherent to early Hollywood talkies.
New French Cinema Week: Winner of "Best Screenplay" at Cannes in 2018’s Un Certain Regard competition, this drama follows Sofia (Alemi), a single young woman who gives birth in modern-day Morocco, where sexual relations outside marriage are punishable by law.
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.
Five Australians attempt to cycle from Oklahoma to California in honor of the westward migration undertaken by The Grapes of Wrath's Joad family. Filmmaker Charlie Turnbull will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A.