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Black Tide

Erick Zonca Frankreich, 2018

Noch 29 Tage
Liebe auf Französisch

Wir heißen Erick Zonca herzlich Willkommen zurück in der Welt des Kinos. Sein Film La Vie rêvée des anges ist heute ein 90er-Klassiker, doch seit seiner Zusammenarbeit mit Tilda Swinton für Julia im Jahre 2008 war es still um ihn. Jetzt ist er mit diesem dunkel-aufregenden Thriller zurück!

Queen of Earth

Alex Ross Perry USA, 2015

Noch 28 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

Calling upon the tradition of the psychological chamber thriller, Queen of Earth unites Elizabeth Moss with Katherine Waterston to burrow deep into the vast, complicated identities of two disaffected women. A fiery exploration of the iron grip emotions, both interior and exterior, have on our lives.

Tagebuch eines Landpfarrers

Robert Bresson Frankreich, 1951

Noch 27 Tage

With his often imitated yet singular style astoundingly built only from what he viewed as essential to and most expressive of cinema’s art, Robert Bresson made very few films, but very many masterpieces. First among equals is this sublime, deeply influential drama of spiritual devotion and turmoil.

Victory Day

Sergei Loznitsa Deutschland, 2018

Noch 26 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

With three stellar films made in 2018, Sergei Loznitsa’s most surprising is this enthralling view of a celebration of the Soviet victory in World War 2. Your eyes dart across the wide, colorful images as they capture the tremendous variety and depth of meanings it still has for today’s Russians.

Brüder der Nacht

Patric Chiha Österreich, 2016

Noch 25 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

Too few films depict stories set within the Roma community with stylish aesthetics, burlesque humor, and inventive atmosphere. Reminiscent of Fassbinder’s Querelle, this stylized hybrid documentary further subverts the norm by exploring this community through a seldom seen angle: gay sex work.

Boris Without Béatrice

Denis Côté Kanada, 2015

Noch 24 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

It’s always a delight to discover what the impishly unpredictable Québécois director Denis Côté has in store for us. With his new film in the Berlinale’s competition, we’re showing his last competitor: a wry satire of a powerful man, dosed with comic pathos. Cameos by Denis Lavant and Bruce LaBruce!

Yesterday Never Ends

Isabel Coixet Spanien, 2013

Noch 23 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

Released in 2013 yet set in a future Spain, Yesterday Never Ends concerns a couple’s shared grief and through gentle symbolism their respective nation and its economic and cultural peril. With bracing turns by Almodóvar alumni’s Javier Cámara (Talk to Her) and Candela Peña (All About My Mother).

Die Bucht

Louie Psihoyos USA, 2009

Noch 22 Tage

Closer to a thriller than a talking heads documentary, this film sensation inspired a wake of outrage and controversy, making its remarkable exposé of terrible misdeeds a must-see and earning an Academy Award for Best Documentary. Animal cruelty depicted within—not for the faint of heart.

Rückkehr nach Montauk

Volker Schlöndorff Deutschland, 2017

Noch 21 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

We continue our Berlin Film Festival takeover with a surprise visit to the Hamptons by New German Cinema auteur Volker Schlöndorff (The Tin Drum), subject of a 2017 series on MUBI. This thoughtful drama of romance and regret is a showcase for two arthouse favorites: Stellan Skarsgård and Nina Hoss.

Zentralflughafen THF

Karim Aïnouz Deutschland, 2018

Noch 20 Tage

Von seinen nazi-glorifizierten Ursprüngen über seine Rolle während der Berliner Luftbrücke, ist Tempelhof wohl der berühmteste Flughafen der Welt. Karim Aïnouz’ untersucht dessen Rolle heute: Als umfunktionierte Unterkunft für Flüchtlinge.

Hotel Dallas

Livia Ungur, Huang Sherng-Lee Rumänien, 2016

Noch 19 Tage
Berlinale Takeover

Wir beginnen unser Takeover anlässlich der Berlinale mit diesem heiteren Mix aus Doku, Fiktion und Musical über die interessante Resonanz der amerikanischen Seifenoper Dallas im kommunistischen Rumänien. Dies ist eine spielerisch-scharfsinnige Kontemplation über die Universalität der Kunst.

Satan in High Heels

Jerald Intrator USA, 1962

Noch 18 Tage
byNWR

“The film was the project of some of the main purveyors of underground S&M and fetish art of the time, including producer Leonard Burtman. Discovered in a closed film lab, the original 35mm negative underwent hours of painstaking repairs to picture & soundtrack, which had begun to deteriorate.” –NWR

La Libertad

Laura Huertas Millán Kolumbien, 2017

Produced at Harvard’s Sensory Ethnography Lab (Leviathan, Manakamana), the second film in our focus on Huertas Millán dives into a matriarchal universe and knits a rich portrait of female independence. Through the exploration of an ancestral craft, La Libertad quietly challenges our idea of freedom.

Black Sun

Laura Huertas Millán Kolumbien, 2016

The work of Colombian-French artist Laura Huertas Millán moves gently across disciplines, defying categorization. We’re proud to present two of her self-termed “ethnographic fictions,” starting with Black Sun, a mysterious and immersive inquiry into despair, family bonds and female resilience.

Little Odessa - Eiskalt wie der Tod

James Gray USA, 1994

Noch 15 Tage
Sundance Takeover

One of the best debuts of the 1990s, Little Odessa introduced us to so much of what we now love about director James Gray’s movies: operatically sweeping stories grounded in real New York neighborhoods, a love for the cinema of the 70s, and an emotional sincerity that is as rare as it is bracing.

Rize - Uns hält nichts auf!

David LaChapelle Großbritannien, 2005

Noch 14 Tage
Sundance Takeover

This is not your usual dance documentary! Directed by famed photographer Dave LaChapelle, Rize delves into an utterly unique phenomenon, the beguiling transmutation of African tribal rituals to the social and racial culture of Los Angeles. A totally unique portrait of black art and life.

Winter's bone

Debra Granik USA, 2010

Noch 13 Tage
Sundance Takeover

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, this enveloping drama by Debra Granik (Leave No Trace) also kickstarted Jennifer Lawrence’s prolific career with her fiery turn as an ordinary hero. Set in the Ozark mountains, Winter’s Bone is a an intimate odyssey of family, women, and survival.

The Endless Film

Leandro Listorti Argentinien, 2018

Noch 12 Tage
Frisch aus Rotterdam

Wir schließen unsere Rotterdamer Serie mit diesem genialen Experiment: Ein Film, der die Geister des Kinos zum Leben erweckt und Projekte wiederbelebt, die nie das Licht der Welt erblickten. Dieses Flickwerk aus unveröffentlichten Filmen ist eine Ode an das unendliche Potential des Storytellings.

Stevie

Steve James USA, 2002

Noch 11 Tage
Sundance Takeover

From the acclaimed director of Hoop Dreams comes this document of a lost young man’s tragic life of mistakes. Captured with Steve James’ signature warm humanism and shot over the course of a decade, Stevie is a difficult yet necessary reckoning with the trauma existing in impoverished rural America.

Tattoos

Pascal Plante Kanada, 2017

Noch 10 Tage
Liebe auf Französisch

Montréals lebendige Punk-Metal-Szene ist der erfrischende Schauplatz in dieser einfühlsamen, intimen Geschichte zweier Jugendlicher, die sich inmitten eines ruhigen Sommers treffen. Eine clevere Reflektion auf die Romantik der Jugend, voll mit all der Musik, Leidenschaft und Verwirrung junger Liebe.

Les Unwanted de Europa

Fabrizio Ferraro Spanien, 2018

Noch 9 Tage
Frisch aus Rotterdam

Unser nächster Tipp aus Rotterdam ist eine Art Road-Movie, mit Anwandlungen von Béla Tarrs Kino und Walter Benjamin als Helden. Durch die Parallelisierung verschiedener Formen des Faschismus zeigt dieser Film die Bedeutung des Exils auf und konfrontiert die menschliche Verletzlichkeit.

Pi - System im Chaos

Darren Aronofsky USA, 1998

Noch 8 Tage
Sundance Takeover

20 years later and you can still feel the electricity: Darren Aronofsky’s breathtaking debut immediately immerses you in the manic energy of a mind (and person) obsessed. Shot on the streets of pre-Disneyfication New York on harsh 16mm, it was a calling card for the director’s relentless vision.

But I'm a Cheerleader - Weil ich ein Mädchen bin

Jamie Babbit USA, 1999

Noch 7 Tage
Sundance Takeover

Starring Natasha Lyonne, But I’m a Cheerleader is a delightful, highly stylized queer comedy which graced the end of a decade in American cinema otherwise ruled by heteronormative rom-coms. Co-starring Michelle Williams and RuPaul (out of drag!), this sweet, satirical yarn is due for rediscovery.

Buffalo '66

Vincent Gallo USA, 1998

Noch 6 Tage
Sundance Takeover

The Sundance Film Festival has begun, and this year we’re bringing you 7 films from the festival’s rich, independent history. First up is the iconoclastic auteur-musician-actor-model Vincent Gallo and his idiosyncratic, masterful debut: the tender, hilarious, and bracingly honest Buffalo ’66.

Hanagatami

Nobuhiko Ôbayashi Japan, 2017

Noch 5 Tage
Frisch aus Rotterdam

With the invigoratingly eclectic Rotterdam Film Festival now taking place, we’re presenting three boldly imagined gems found by our curators at the last edition. From the director of the cult favorite Hausu comes an exuberantly stylized yet tender and moving story of love and friendship in wartime.

Stinking Heaven

Nathan Silver USA, 2015

Noch 4 Tage

Filmed on a bygone video camera, Stinking Heaven immerses you in the darkest crevices of the 1990s: a rehab commune housing a coven of colorful yet caustic personalities. A lucid vision of Sartre’s assertion that “hell is other people,” written with an utmost sincere sense of anarchy. Oddly sublime.

Wirbel

Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd Frankreich, 2014

Filmed in the region of Lozère, France, For the Lost is a singularly mythic and sensorial document following a lone sheepherder through a metaphysical underworld that is otherwise home. A cryptic, trancelike expression made in the name of those the natural and unnatural world both left behind.

Wandernde Schatten

Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd Belgien, 2017

Als Teil unserer Retrospektive über die Filme des poetischen Dokumentarfilmers, Pierre-Yves Vanderweerd, freuen wir uns riesig, die Online-Premiere seines neuesten Spielfilms präsentieren zu dürfen. Ein Film, der auf wunderschön bewegende Weise die Lebensumstände eines vergessen Konflikts zeichnet.

Blue Steel

Kathryn Bigelow USA, 1989

Läuft um Mitternacht PST aus
What Is an Auteur?

One of the most under-valued films by the director of The Hurt Locker, Bigelow turns a male-oriented genre upside down in this gritty, gripping policier by putting a female cop (Jamie Lee Curtis at her best) in the lead. As in the best cop thrillers, the personal and professional are inextricable.

Near Dark – Die Nacht hat ihren Preis

Kathryn Bigelow USA, 1987

A small-town farmer’s son reluctantly joins a traveling group of vampires after he is bitten by a beautiful drifter.

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