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Friday 20, May

In the Mood for Love

In the Mood for Love

PG

Friday 20, May

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Friday 20, May

X

X

R

Friday 20, May

Monday 23, May

Happening

Happening

R

Monday 23, May

Vortex

Vortex

Monday 23, May

Wednesday 25, May

Vortex

Vortex

Wednesday 25, May

Happening

Happening

R

Wednesday 25, May

Thursday 26, May

Vortex

Vortex

Thursday 26, May

Friday 27, May

Happening

Happening

R

Friday 27, May

Vortex

Vortex

Friday 27, May

Saturday 28, May

Happening

Happening

R

Saturday 28, May

As Tears Go By

As Tears Go By

Saturday 28, May

Vortex

Vortex

Saturday 28, May

Sunday 29, May

Vortex

Vortex

Sunday 29, May

Happening

Happening

R

Sunday 29, May

As Tears Go By

As Tears Go By

Sunday 29, May

As Tears Go By

As Tears Go By

Wong Kar Wai’s scintillating debut feature is a kinetic, hyper-cool crime thriller graced with flashes of the impressionistic, daydream visual style for which he would become renowned. Set amidst Hong Kong’s ruthless, neon-lit gangland underworld, this operatic saga of ambition, honor, and revenge stars Andy Lau as a small-time mob enforcer who finds himself torn between a burgeoning romance with his ailing cousin (Maggie Cheung, in the first of her iconic collaborations with the director) and his loyalty to his loose cannon partner in crime (Jacky Cheung) whose reckless attempts to make a name for himself unleash a spiral of violence. Marrying the pulp pleasures of the gritty Hong Kong action drama with hints of the head-rush romanticism Wong would push to intoxicating heights throughout the 1990s, As Tears Go By was a box office smash that heralded the arrival of one of contemporary cinema’s most electrifying talents. 1989 Hong Kong Film Awards Winner—Best Supporting Actor, and Best Art Direction

Saturday 28, May

Sunday 29, May

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Happening

Happening

R

In this clear-eyed, urgent tale—set in 1960s France, but feeling acutely timely—Anne (Anamaria Vartolomei) is a bright young student with a promising future. But when she becomes pregnant, she sees the opportunity to finish her studies and escape the constraints of her background slipping away. With her final exams fast approaching and her belly growing, Anne resolves to act, even if she has to confront shame and pain, even if she must risk prison to do so. Winner—Golden Lion at Venice “Happening unfolds in 1963 France, but the story of a woman risking imprisonment and her health to obtain an illegal abortion has emerged as the year’s most urgent drama.”—Variety "With a fearless central performance by Anamaria Vartolomei, filmmaker Audrey Diwan has crafted a wholly empathetic portrait of a young woman constricted not so much by her options but by the sheer lack of them."—Palm Springs FF Jury (Grand Jury Prize Winner)

Monday 23, May

Wednesday 25, May

Friday 27, May

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In the Mood for Love

In the Mood for Love

PG

Hong Kong, 1962: Chow Mo-wan (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) and Su Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung Man-yuk) move into neighboring apartments on the same day. Their encounters are formal and polite—until a discovery about their spouses creates an intimate bond between them. At once delicately mannered and visually extravagant, Wong Kar Wai’s In the Mood for Love is a masterful evocation of romantic longing and fleeting moments. With its aching musical soundtrack and exquisitely abstract cinematography by Christopher Doyle and Mark Lee Ping-bin, this film has been a major stylistic influence on the past decade of cinema, and is a milestone in Wong’s redoubtable career. Winner—Best Actor and Technical Grand Prize at Cannes

Friday 20, May

Lux Æterna

Lux Æterna

Béatrice Dalle and Charlotte Gainsbourg are on a film set telling stories about witches. Technical problems and psychotic outbreaks gradually plunge the shoot into chaos. "A match made in heaven, though Noé prefers hell."—Hollywood Reporter "Puts Noé into a category of his own."—IndieWire

Friday 20, May

Vortex

Vortex

“To all those whose brains will decompose before their hearts.”... The last days of an elderly couple stricken by dementia. "Among the comforts Vortex refuses is the bittersweet balm of nostalgia. It’s a blunt reckoning with the inevitability of loss, including the loss of memory. We dream for a while, and then we sleep."—A.O. Scott, NYTimes Critic's Pick "A formally bold and distinctive drama, employing a meticulous aesthetic design and two superb lead performances to craft a chilling portrait of the end times...Noé captures this misery with understated grace and empathy. And with touches both overt and subtle, he also conveys the inextricable relationship between cinema, life, and dreams."—The Daily Beast

Monday 23, May

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X

X

R

In 1979, a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast find themselves fighting for their lives. "X is a clever and exuberant throwback to a less innocent time, when movies could be naughty, disreputable and idiosyncratic...[West] conducts an advanced seminar on visual pleasure and narrative cinema."—A.O. Scott NYTimes Critic's Pick "Ti West's horror masterpiece leaves you breathless.”—Collider "An icky good time that's primarily a love letter to the filmmaking process."—RogerEbert.com

Friday 20, May