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Max and the Junkmen

Claude Sautet Frankrike, 1971

A success in his home country, director Claude Sautet has never had the auteur reputation of his contemporaries (the French New Wave!). We hope to help some with a 4-film retrospective devoted to this nuanced dramatist. We begin with a sinister policier starring Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider.

Weekend

Andrew Haigh Storbritannia, 2011

28 dager å se

Andrew Haigh is a true jewel of a filmmaker—a uniquely measured dramatist, profoundly concerned, through a patient style, with characters above story. We adore his sophomore feature, Weekend for its poignant realization of two characters that feel as though they might be real people. Sublime.

One on Top of the Other

Lucio Fulci Italia, 1969

27 dager å se

Lucio Fulci is one of the finest talents of his generation—his films are as much audio-visual tapestries as they are narrative experiences, and this giallo revision of Vertigo is no exception. Alternatively titled Perversion Story, cinema doesn’t get more beguiling and darkly cynical than this.

The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun

Djibril Diop Mambéty Senegal, 1999

26 dager å se
REGISSØRENES TO UKER

The final film from the seminal Senegalese filmmaker Djibril Diop Mambéty (Touki Bouki), this fleeting portrait of a girl in Dakar is yet another humanist triumph. Both naturalistic and allegorical in style, but never schematic, this 1999 Quinzaine premiere is a perfect balance of joy and pathos.

Following

Christopher Nolan Storbritannia, 1998

25 dager å se

Before Christopher Nolan became a towering talent in the game of big-budget filmmaking with the likes of The Dark Knight and Dunkirk, he made this ingenious small-scale thriller. As complexly structured and cerebrally tangled as his best work, this intimate neo-noir is as beguiling as the classics.

In the Game

Maria Finitzo USA, 2015

24 dager å se
The Unusual Subjects

From the team of producers behind the legendary documentary Hoop Dreams, Maria Finitzo’s wise, patient film similarly commits its vision to a team of high school athletes and their communal quest for a greater education through soccer. A small yet intimate gesture of humanism of immeasurable worth.

Blue Is the Warmest Color

Abdellatif Kechiche Frankrike, 2013

23 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

In one of the most extraordinary film performances in modern cinema, Adèle Exarchopoulos soars as a young woman exploring her sexuality in this masterful coming-of-age chronicle. Winner of the 2013 Palme d’Or for Kechiche and, in a Cannes Film Festival first, Exarchopoulos and co-star Léa Seydoux.

Nostalghia

Andrei Tarkovsky Italia, 1983

22 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

With only seven feature films, Andrei Tarkovsky created a world: of prophecy, madness, grace, and spiritual transcendence. Made in exile from the USSR, Nostalghia is a uniquely personal masterwork that stands with his best. Winner of Best Director at Cannes, an honor he shared with Robert Bresson!

Gomorrah

Matteo Garrone Italia, 2008

21 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

Without a hint of romanticism, Matteo Garrone’s acclaimed, authentic crime drama Gomorrah brings together a large ensemble of characters to build a broad panorama of the cause and effects of criminal life in Naples. Winner of the Grand Prix at the 2008 edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

Lamb

Yared Zeleke Etiopia, 2015

20 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

The very first Ethiopian film to play Cannes, Yared Zeleke’s debut feature Lamb is a complexly tender vision of childhood under poverty. An enveloping, humble story nestled in the calming landscapes of rural Ethiopia—this is a rare modern film thoroughly invested in the power of the natural world.

This Is Not a Film

Mojtaba Mirtahasebi, Jafar Panahi Iran, 2011

19 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

Despite house arrest in his home country of Iran, director Jafar Panahi successfully made and smuggled to the Cannes Film Festival this self-reflexive, confessional masterpiece. Ingeniously subverting all notions of filmmaking, he’s created a deeply moving exercise in poetic and political justice.

Brightness

Souleymane Cissé Mali, 1987

17 dager å se
Cannes Takeover

Souleymane Cissé’s masterpiece—and one of the few films the Malian director has made—is next in our Cannes Takeover. An epic tale of myth and magic—yet also a profound present-day political allegory—realized both ingeniously and poetically, Brightness won the Jury Prize at the festival in 1987.

A Self-Made Hero

Jacques Audiard Frankrike, 1996

16 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

Before he took home the Palme d’Or for Dheepan, Jacques Audiard won Best Screenplay at Cannes for this sharp look at the pitfalls of myth-making during wartime. This story of a charlatan-turned-war-hero is microcosmic reflection on France’s own missteps in World War II. Starring Matthieu Kassovitz.

Fish Tank

Andrea Arnold Storbritannia, 2009

15 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

Our Cannes Takeover continues with Andrea Arnold’s breakthrough, landmark social realist drama. A raw and potent look at a young woman’s rocky youth amidst poverty, Fish Tank is one of the best British films of the last decade. The fierce acting career of Michael Fassbender all started here.

Winter Sleep

Nuri Bilge Ceylan Tyrkia, 2014

14 dager å se
Cannes Tar Styringen

With the Cannes Film Festival rolling out the red carpet this week, Cannes will be taking over MUBI for the next 10 days in a series spotlighting festival favorites new and old. We begin with Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s captivating Palme d’Or winner, a rich, Chekhovian drama flush with exquisite beauty.

Wild Relatives

Jumana Manna Tyskland, 2018

13 dager å se
Art of the Real

Concluding our collaboration with the Art of the Real showcase of new nonfiction films is a limpid, beautifully curious documentary, the second feature by Jumana Manna. Stretching from Lebanon to Norway, she asks vital questions and makes vivid observations about agriculture in our changing world.

The Image You Missed

Donal Foreman Irland, 2018

12 dager å se
Art of the Real

The next film in our partnership with Art of the Real is an intimate film of great historical ambition. In Donal Foreman’s essayistic self-portrait, the artist reconnects with his late documentarian father and in the process uncovers unique distinctions in Irish identity and political struggle.

Baronesa

Juliana Antunes Brasil, 2017

11 dager å se
Art of the Real

Continuing our spotlight on the Art of the Real showcase, we proudly present a raw and powerful Brazilian film debut. Juliana Antunes’ relaxed, revealing drama provides an intimate exploration of the pressures placed on women—and their resilience, alone and communally—in a poor neighborhood.

The Trial

Orson Welles Italia, 1962

9 dager å se

Today we celebrate the birthday of that eternal enfant terrible, Orson Welles. With Citizen Kane too often defining the master’s work, we’re reviving his delirious Kafka adaptation starring Anthony Perkins. A magician who can make anything from nothing, it is Welles at his most wildly inventive.

A Wonderful Cloud

Eugene Kotlyarenko USA, 2015

8 dager å se

A gleefully manic (un)romantic comedy, Eugene Kotlyarenko’s inspired—and often hilariously off-putting— capsule of an old relationship comically crumbling in a L.A. populated by the rich, eccentric, and oddball is a wickedly realistic version of glossy Hollywood conventions. Starring Kate Lyn Sheil.

The Dreamed Path

Angela Schanelec Tyskland, 2016

7 dager å se

We close our Angela Schanelec focus with the online premiere of her latest film, The Dreamed Path. Through Bressonian fragmentation, the Berlin School auteur delivers a puzzling, elliptical anti-love story, and keeps challenging our notion of narrative with her radical, quietly masterful filmmaking.

In the Intense Now

João Moreira Salles Brasil, 2017

6 dager å se
Mai '68, Når Alt Var
Mulig

Dokumentaristen João Moreira Salles laget en film om mai 1968 som gir fra seg en melankolsk etterklang av Goupil, og utvider oppfatningen om revolusjon ved å ikke bare se på Paris, men også Rio de Janeiro og Praha. En hylles til det opphøyete øyeblikket av eufori som overgår nedturene.

Half a Life

Romain Goupil Frankrike, 1982

5 dager å se
Mai '68, Når Alt Var
Mulig

To mark the 50th anniversary of May ‘68, we present the online premiere of two films thirty years apart yet intimately linked. First up, a new restoration of Romain Goupil’s emblematic (yet rarely seen!) Half a Life, a deeply personal chronicle of the Paris events, and a poignant tale of friendship.

Night Tide

Curtis Harrington USA, 1961

4 dager å se
byNWR

“The 35mm negative of Night Tide had become so badly shrunk and deteriorated over time that it was unprintable. After months of treatment in Paris, a new negative was made in the US with the support of the Academy Film Archive. At last, Curtis Harrington’s original vision has been restored.” —NWR

Unseen: The Lives of Looking

Dryden Goodwin Storbritannia, 2015

3 dager å se
The Unusual Subjects

Artist Dryden Goodwin chases an inspiring and thoroughly challenging impetus with but his first foray into cinema: an exploration of four varying ways of seeing the world. The material and the immaterial of our lives, societies, and cultures are parsed through exacting voices and incisive images.

Ran

Akira Kurosawa Japan, 1985

2 dager å se

Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece adapts King Lear into a majestic, blood-soaked epic—with a score by Tôru Takemitsu inspired by Mahler. The great Tatsuya Nakadai is devastating and unforgettable as the warlord who goes mad as his family splits and his empire crumbles.

Like Father, Like Son

Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan, 2013

Our next film by the gentle master Kore-eda continues the theme of the importance of family: two boys switched at birth end up with entirely different upbringings. This clever story allows Kore-eda to stage a clash in class, in wealth, and in philosophy with his signature warmth and compassion.

Still Walking

Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan, 2008

Kore-eda’s acclaimed film is what the Japanese call a “home drama”, chronicling the 24-hour reunion of the Yokoyama family on the anniversary of the death of their elder son. During the day and night, we see all that unites and divides this particular family – and makes it just like any other.

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