Newly Restored: Digitally remastered and re-released for Pride Month, Paris Is Burning paints a portrait of New York City's ballroom culture in the Eighties and the queer and transgender people of color communities at its core. Read a full review of Paris Is Burning.
Lates: New 4K restoration of Gainsbourg's directorial debut about a love triangle between a waitress (Birkin) and two gay truckers (Dallesandro and Quester). Gainsbourg wrote and recorded an eponymous song in 1967 for his girlfriend at the time, Brigitte Bardot.
Hyperdrive: Hyperreal Film Club and MoHA have joined forces to create this summertime pop-up The Fast and the Furious-themed drive-in experience. In addition to screenings, expect tricked-out cars and photo-ops, free drinks, food vendors, and curated activities and installations by local artists. Read a full review of 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Superhero Cinema. Life is hard when you’re a sidekick. Just ask Robin (Menville) and his group of teenage superhero friends (Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire, and Raven). Ignored by the "real" heroes, and shut out of the superhero movie craze, they decide to find their very own arch-nemesis to raise their profile. Read a full review of Teen Titans Go! To the Movies.