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Ask Dr. Ruth

Dir.: Ryan White
| 100 minutes

A documentary about Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the pioneering sexologist who became a household name in the 1980s and continues to work incessantly. The film tells the story of her childhood in which she escaped the Nazis but lost her parents.

Blinded by the Light

Dir.: Gurinder Chadha
| 114 minutes

In late 1980s England, a teenager of Pakistani origin works up the courage to express himself in writing after discovering Bruce Springstein’s music. Gurinder Chadha’s (Play it Like Beckham) bracing musical drama.

Capital in the 21st Century

Dir.: Justin Pemberton
| 103 minutes

Adapting one of the most groundbreaking books of our time, Capital in the 21st Century is an eye-opening journey through wealth and power, breaking the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress.

Come As You Are

Dir.: Richard Wong
| 106 minutes

Three young men with disabilities flee their overbearing parents on a road trip to a brothel in Montreal in order to lose their virginity, assisted by their tough-as-nails nurse driver. A remake of the award-winning hit Belgian film Hasta La Vista.

The Day Shall Come

Dir.: Chris Morris
| 88 minutes

In contemporary Miami, a broke African American preacher is made a tempting money offer. He does not imagine that the potential benefactor is an FBI agent, and that the offer is in fact bait intended to frame him for illegal actions.

Dreamland

Dir.: Miles Joris-Peyrafitte
| 98 minutes

Texas, the 1930s. Eugene, a naive 17-year-old is amazed to find a beautiful fugitive bank robber with a $20,000 price on her head hiding in his family’s farm, and is immediately captivated. A sweeping drama starring Margot Robbie.

The Farewell

Dir.: Lulu Wang
| 98 minutes

A Chinese family discovers their grandmother has only a short while left to live and decide to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather before she dies. A critically-acclaimed, intelligent, touching, and humorous drama which garnered much attention at the Sundance FF.

Greta

Dir.: Neil Jordan
| 98 minutes

Esteemed Irish director, Neil Jordan’s new film is a psychological thriller starring Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz. A young woman befriends a quirky French widow, but the mysterious woman’s troubling intentions are soon revealed.

Halston

Dir.: Frédéric Tcheng
| 120 minutes

A documentary following the life of the man whose name became synonymous with couture fashion in the 70s. Frédéric Tcheng (Dior and I), combines rare archival footage and interviews to reveal Halston’s flamboyant and complex persona.

If Beale Street Could Talk

Dir.: Barry Jenkins
| 119 minutes

Two years after winning an Oscar for Moonlight, Barry Jenkins returns with an acclaimed adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel. In 1970s Harlem, a pregnant woman fights to prove the innocence of her wrongfully-convicted partner.

An Impossible Love

Dir.: Catherine Corsini
| 135 minutes

In 1950s France, a romance between a young woman from a provincial town and wealthy Parisian man ends abruptly, despite the woman’s pregnancy. Thus begins an intelligent, sweeping melodrama based on a celebrated novel.

Vox Lux

Dir.: Brady Corbet
| 114 minutes

Natalie Portman stars in Brady Corbet’s new film, a cinematic odyssey that explores modern America through the story of a legendary pop star whose survival of a school-shooting offers a chance to reveal her talent to the entire nation.

Wild Rose

Dir.: Tom Harper
| 100 minutes

A heartfelt British drama about Rose-Lynn, a gifted mother of two who gives up her dream of becoming a country music star and cleans houses for a wealthy family. When her employer discovers her talent, Rose’s life takes an unexpected turn.