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Gastón Solnicki Argentina, 2011

An inquiry into the pervasive memory of World War II and its many effects to Jewish identity, Papirosen finds the uniquely talented Gastón Solnicki avoiding the usual faults of self-portraits. The result is a graceful consideration of post-war Jewish identity and the collective memory of a family.

El viento de la noche

Philippe Garrel Francia, 1999

29 días para ver
Philippe Garrel: Lucha
Por La Eternidad

Garrel’s stark lyricism seems naturally suited to his trademark black and white—however, his work with color is equally poignant. The Wind of the Night is an unequivocally Garrelian look at the inescapable vulnerability of being human, showing us a side of Madame Deneuve we’re not used to seeing.

Under the Bombs

Philippe Aractingi Líbano, 2007

28 días para ver

Under the Bombs ambitiously weaves documentary with staged drama in an expressive low-budget canvas. An act of cinematic reportage amidst the chaos and tragedy of the 2007 attacks on Lebanon, Philippe Aractingi’s film is also a brave act of defiance against the tragedy of war.

El hombre de mimbre

Robin Hardy Reino Unido, 1973

27 días para ver

On iconic actor Christopher Lee’s birthday (he’d have been 95), we pay tribute with one of the best cult films of his overwhelmingly culty career. Despite being recently sullied by a Nicholas Cage remake, the oh-so-70s original still thrills with a palpable fear of rural communities and traditions.

Over the Years

Nikolaus Geyrhalter Austria, 2015

26 días para ver

Acclaimed documentarian Nikolaus Geyrhalter returned to Waldviertel for 10 years to film this one-of-a-kind, sprawling portrait of a region transformed year after year by economic turmoil. You powerfully get to know these people literally across time as they deal with wages and aging.

No Cow On the Ice

Eloy Domínguez Serén España, 2015

24 días para ver
New Spanish Cinema

New Spanish cinema from…Sweden? Yes! Our next film from L.A. OLA’s independent showcase follows filmmaker Eloy Domínguez Serén on his journey to a completely different land, inspiring a personal exploration of national, cultural and family identity.

Esa sensación

Juan Cavestany, Julián Génisson, Pablo Hernando España, 2016

23 días para ver
New Spanish Cinema

We’re excited to begin a new collaboration with L.A. OLA, a showcase for the best contemporary independent cinema from Spain. Appropriately, we begin with a portmanteau made by three directors given free reign to film absurd stories on the theme of “feelings.” The result? Bizarre and adventurous.

El nacimiento del amor

Philippe Garrel Francia, 1993

22 días para ver
Philippe Garrel: Lucha
Por La Eternidad

The profound melancholy running through the veins of Garrel’s work makes it achingly intimate. Here the French master of romanticism delves into his signature themes of broken love and longing to question the place of men in the world, with Léaud & Castel unforgettably embodying the passage of time.


Konstantin Bojanov Bulgaria, 2011

21 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

Our final stop on the Croisette brings us to a road movie of two lost youths on a road trip across Bulgaria beset by romance and despair. Cannes’ Critics’ Week has presented some of cinema’s finest debut and second films over the years, and this beautiful portrait of adrift youths is no exception.


Yolande Moreau Francia, 2013

20 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

Yolande Moreau’s dramatically ambitious film thoughtfully encompasses the many emotions and difficulties faced in the contrasting personal lives of two people sharing an unlikely but potent bond. Immense performances matched by attuned direction constructs this sensitive look at friendship.


Gaspar Noé Francia, 2002

19 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

Spend long enough in Cannes and you are bound to find something controversial, groundbreaking or offensive—or all of the above. Such is Gaspar Noé’s backtracking revenger starring married couple Monica Bellucci and Vincent Cassel. Brutal and possibly cruel, it is a dark story audaciously told.


Karl Markovics Austria, 2011

18 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

Our 3rd day on the Croisette brings us to Austria, where some of the most accomplished dramas of existential self-discovery have arisen in recent years. Shortly after Revanche, there was Breathing: a sympathetic and deeply felt portrait of a juvenile relocating his place in an imperfect society.

The Giants

Bouli Lanners Bélgica, 2011

17 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

Winner of several awards from 2011’s Directors’ Fortnight, The Giants is an often compelling and always unpredictable coming-of-age portrait set in the Belgian countryside. With shades of Mark Twain, the film carefully honors and articulates adolescence in all of its complexity.


Valeria Golino Italia, 2013

16 días para ver
6 Days on the Croisette

The Cannes Film Festival begins tomorrow, so let’s take a 6 day stroll along the town’s main boulevard, la Croisette, which connects the main festival with the Directors’ Fortnight and Critics’ Week upstarts. First stop: Valeria Golino’s supremely touching and intimate drama from Un Certain Regard.

Les hautes solitudes

Philippe Garrel Francia, 1974

15 días para ver
Philippe Garrel: Lucha
Por La Eternidad

Described by Garrel himself as “a film made out of the outtakes of a film that never existed,” this is a silent, transfixing portrait shot on elegiac black and white recalling Andy Warhol’s famed screen tests. Brace yourself for a prophetic, utterly poignant scene foreshadowing Jean Seberg’s death.


Vinko Brešan Croacia, 2003

14 días para ver

Set amidst the Croatian War of Independence, a thick atmosphere of dread hangs over this picture concerned with a war fuelled by ethnic hatred and a tragic murder that took place at its center. Witnesses bravely faces a dark moment in Croatian history wherein corruption was left unchallenged.

52 Tuesdays

Sophie Hyde Australia, 2013

13 días para ver

A true festival darling, Sophie Hyde’s fiction debut audaciously not only explores an emotionally fraught and complex dual awakening in a family, but does so through a unique approach of filming it systematically, one day a week over a year. With a breakout performance by Tilda Cobham-Hervey.

John From

João Nicolau Portugal, 2015

12 días para ver

João Nicolau has become one of the main voices of contemporary Portuguese cinema, next to the likes of Miguel Gomes or João Pedro Rodrigues. This dreamy coming-of-age tale of both epic and intimate proportions—just like first love—is a truly original, enchanting ode to adolescence and fantasy.

Century of Birthing

Lav Diaz Filipinas, 2011

11 días para ver
It's About Time: The
Cinema of Lav Diaz

Like some of the best 19th-century novelists, Lav Diaz is a genius at interweaving multiple stories to create a truly expanded canvas of characters, landscapes and social and political struggle. In this masterpiece, three strands oppose each other and then, in an impressive arc, fall into parallel.


Olivier Masset-Depasse Bélgica, 2010

10 días para ver

Illegal is a potent social realist drama focused on the struggles of an immigrant family tragically separated by the Belgian state. The plights of motherhood, immigration, and family are all sensitively realized in this intense and emotional drama from Olivier Masset-Depasse (Cages, Sanctuaire).

Something Like Happiness

Bohdan Sláma Alemania, 2005

9 días para ver

A carefully observed portrait of working class life, Something Like Happiness is shaped as a mosaic to follow three characters and their varying hardships. Friendship, place, and working class struggle find perfect articulation in director Bohdan Sláma’s acute cinematographic and dramatic sense.

The Virgin's Bed

Philippe Garrel Francia, 1969

8 días para ver
Philippe Garrel: Lucha
Por La Eternidad

The first feature length film by our retrospective focus, Philippe Garrel, is a cinematic conflagration and re-invention of Biblical storytelling for a culture and an audience having just passed through the convulsions of May ’68. Unabashedly radical and ambitious, with an epoch-defining cast.

The Trap

Srdan Golubovic Serbia, 2007

7 días para ver

The confusion and blurred lines of law and morals in post-war Serbia continues to be fertile ground for both art film and genre pictures. The Trap with dark cleverness straddles the two storytelling styles: part social drama, part psychological thriller, all rooted in Belgrade’s grey zones.

El graduado

Mike Nichols Estados Unidos, 1967

6 días para ver
Mike Nichols

Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, Mike Nichols’ classic feels as fresh as ever, pinpointing the desires and angst of a new generation about to enter adulthood. Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft bring it to life, merging with their indelible characters to create new cinematic icons.

Carnal Knowledge

Mike Nichols Estados Unidos, 1971

5 días para ver
Mike Nichols

Our double feature this week is dedicated to Mike Nichols, who helped push Hollywood into a new era of adulthood beginning with Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. He made one of the 1970s’ best films in this 20-year saga of sex, masculinity and love affairs starring Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkel.


Alan Clarke Reino Unido, 1979

4 días para ver

Acclaimed British director Alan Clarke (Elephant) successfully remade his TV film Scum for the cinemas after the BBC banned it due to the docudrama-like harshness of its prison drama. The aggressive realism and social critique is sharpened even more by casting a young Ray Winstone in the lead.

La selva negra

Charles Fairbanks, Saul Kak Estados Unidos, 2016

3 días para ver
Art of the Real

Our final film from the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real shows the ethical complexities of nonfiction filmmaking. What is the relationship between cameraman and camera subject? What is owed, what is transacted? This film is a daring project of local documentation and uneasy exchange.

El viento sabe que vuelvo a casa

José Luis Torres Leiva Chile, 2016

2 días para ver
Art of the Real

We continue our series on Art of the Real, a festival that investigates cinema’s relationship with reality, with José Luis Torres Leiva’s clever nonfiction on film scouting in Chile. A calm, enveloping portrait of place and community, it is an erudite immersion into the complexities of island life.

Another Year

Shengze Zhu China, 2016

Another Year constituye una inmersión en la intimidad de una familia de inmigrantes chinos, en su rutina cotidiana, hecha de pequeños gestos y vínculos ancestrales tanto como un retrato de las dificultades sociales y económicas a las que deben enfrentarse en su odisea.

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