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Wednesday 29, June

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Wednesday 29, June

Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

Wednesday 29, June

Thursday 30, June

After Yang

After Yang

PG

Thursday 30, June

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Thursday 30, June

Friday 1, July

Men

Men

R

Friday 1, July

Saturday 2, July

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

R

Saturday 2, July

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Saturday 2, July

Men

Men

R

Saturday 2, July

Sunday 3, July

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Sunday 3, July

Men

Men

R

Sunday 3, July

Inland Empire

Inland Empire

R

Sunday 3, July

Tuesday 5, July

Men

Men

R

Tuesday 5, July

Wednesday 6, July

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Wednesday 6, July

Men

Men

R

Wednesday 6, July

Thursday 7, July

Men

Men

R

Thursday 7, July

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Thursday 7, July

Friday 8, July

Men

Men

R

Friday 8, July

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

R

Friday 8, July

Saturday 9, July

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

R

Saturday 9, July

Men

Men

R

Saturday 9, July

Sunday 10, July

Men

Men

R

Sunday 10, July

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

R

Sunday 10, July

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

Sunday 10, July

After Yang

After Yang

PG

When his young daughter's beloved companion — an android named Yang — malfunctions, Jake (Colin Farrell) searches for a way to repair him. In the process, Jake discovers the life that has been passing in front of him, reconnecting with his wife (Jodie Turner-Smith) and daughter across a distance he didn't know was there. "The sun-dappled exurban setting of After Yang, the exquisite new film from writer-director Kogonada, is awash with natural textures as much as new technology...gorgeous."—Alison Willmore, NYMag "Kogonada (Columbus) has made a film that taps into loss and grief...a powerful, moving drama about what it means to be alive."—RogerEbert.com

Thursday 30, June

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

R

As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. Timlin (Kristen Stewart), an investigator from the National Organ Registry, obsessively tracks their movements, which is when a mysterious group is revealed… Their mission – to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution. "A stunning film: visually, emotionally, viscerally, and narratively. It is both hallucinatory and intensely real—an echo chamber of Cronenbergiana colliding with a city whose three-thousand-year history can be mined but never contained."—ArtForum "[Cronenberg] can thrive within a world and culture in its death throes...[his] unfinished business with The Flesh is booming"—The Playlist "I’m going on this little thought-voyage, and some things are disturbing me, some things are confusing me, some things are delighting me unexpectedly, and here it is. Maybe you will come on this trip with me."—David Cronenberg, The New Yorker

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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

R

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, the film is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes. "An exuberant swirl of genre anarchy...Yes, the movie is a metaphysical multiverse galaxy-brain head trip, but deep down—and also right on the surface—it’s a bittersweet domestic drama, a marital comedy, a story of immigrant striving and a hurt-filled ballad of mother-daughter love."—A.O. Scott, NYTimes Critic's Pick "In the end, its many swirling parts unite around a remarkably coherent purpose: to provide a rare and dazzling showcase for a megawatt performer who scowls, gasps, punches, kicks, leaps, flips, soars and finally transcends."—Justin Chang, L.A. Times

Friday 8, July

Saturday 9, July

Sunday 10, July

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Inland Empire

Inland Empire

R

A woman in trouble. As an actress begins to adopt the persona of her character in a film, her world becomes nightmarish and surreal. "Brilliant is not too strong a word for [Laura Dern's] tour-de-force, career-best performance...Even leaving aside any potential metaphysical implications about the purgatory of the soul, this may be, just on the level of sound and image, Lynch’s most terrifying film."—Film Comment "Just as beguiling and unfathomable as it was 16 years ago."—The Atlantic

Saturday 2, July

Sunday 3, July

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Men

Men

R

In the aftermath of a personal tragedy, Harper (Jessie Buckley) retreats alone to the beautiful English countryside, hoping to have found a place to heal. But someone or something from the surrounding woods appears to be stalking her. What begins as simmering dread becomes a fully-formed nightmare, inhabited by her darkest memories and fears in visionary filmmaker Alex Garland's (Ex Machina, Annihilation) feverish, shape-shifting new horror film. "A thrilling, deranged horror masterpiece."—A.V. Club "A visceral experience, and it reinforces Garland’s singular prowess as a craftsman of indelible visuals and gripping mood...in time, we’re in full-on hallucination zone, and dazzlingly so.—RogerEbert.com

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Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost

Multi-hyphenate, multidisciplinary artist Saul Williams brings his unique dynamism to this Afrofuturist vision, a sci-fi punk musical that’s a visually wondrous amalgamation of themes, ideas, and songs that Williams has explored in his work, notably his 2016 album MartyrLoserKing. Co- directed with his partner, the Rwandan-born artist Anisia Uzeyman, the film takes place amidst the hilltops of Burundi, where a collective of computer hackers emerges from within a coltan mining community, a result of the romance between a miner and an intersex runaway. Set between states of being—past and present, dream and waking life, colonized and free, male and female, memory and prescience—Neptune Frost is an invigorating and empowering direct download to the cerebral cortex and a call to reclaim technology for progressive political ends. "An Afrofuturist fantasia that is also a musical, a science-fiction parable and a hacker manifesto. A treasury of ideas and provocations... that feels both handmade and high-tech, digital and analog, poetic and punk rock.—A.O. Scott, NYTimes Critic's Pick "Told through breathtaking camerawork, poetic dialogue, and dazzling dance and musical sequences that veer between dreams and reality… delivering a queer, anarchic, and optimistic vision of the future."—Eric Torres, Pitchfork "The future of Black cinema...Utilizes everything the medium of film has to offer—visually, sonically, and emotionally."—Jourdain Searles, The Hollywood Reporter

Wednesday 29, June