An astronomical anomaly reveals the existence of a possible parallel reality in this lo-fi sci-fi brain-twister.
Recently arrived in Manila, a Filipino farmer manages to land a position as an armoured truck guard and soon finds himself embroiled in an inside-job heist, in this stylishly noir-ish modern-day melodrama.
Magic in the Moonlight
Woody Allen returns to the Continent with this sparkling, light-hearted charmer set on the banks of the French Riviera amidst the high society of the Roaring Twenties.
20,000 Days on Earth
Fiction and documentary fuse in this dreamlike day in the life of rock icon Nick Cave.
This month's Critics Night guest, Jason Anderson, introduces our September 30th 6:45PM screening of 20,000 Days on Earth and will return to lead an informal discussion about the film after the screening.
The Notebook (Le Grand Cahier)
Set in Hungary during the Second World War, János Szász's gripping adaptation of Agota Kristof's award-winning novel is an atmospheric drama about fraternal bonds and wartime survival.
Long unavailable in North America, this brilliant fusion of speculative sci-fi and historical rumination from the late, great cine-essayist Chris Marker (La Jetée, Sans Soleil) now returns in a new digital restoration.
One of India's greatest actors, Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, The Lunchbox), stars in this beautiful and timeless fable about a Sikh patriarch whose determination to have a son leads him into a fateful delusion.