THIS WEEK

Presented in the director’s preferred format of 35mm!
Presented in the director’s preferred format of 35mm!
★★★★ "A landmark in movie history.” — Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader
"The scariest movie of the year"
Plus: short film THE BOOK OF MARY
Plus: short film THE BOOK OF MARY
Chicago premiere!
Chicago premiere!

UPCOMING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION FILM FESTIVAL:

An ancient Latvian folk tale is the basis for this colorful animated feature in the tradition of Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. A vengeful sorceress casts a kingdom’s...

Voted the Best Film of 2014 by Cahiers du cinéma, LI’L QUINQUIN is not so much a change-of-pace for Dumont (HADEWIJCH, CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915) as an audacious broadening of range....

A high-strung Brussels cop has his world thrown out of orbit when the timing of a troubling murder investigation coincides with his partner’s unplanned pregnancy. Director Van Hees (...

Maria Blom (DALECARLIANS, NINA FRISK) specializes in easygoing comedies that privilege character development over gags and center on flawed female protagonists whose lives are at the...

Maverick director Seidl (DOG DAYS, the PARADISE trilogy) delves into yet another exploration of the dark underside of the human psyche with a look at Austrian basements fitted out as...

A wealthy fifty-something husband and his much younger mistress find their relationship unraveling on the very day that promises his freedom from a failing marriage. The story is seen...

This satirical comedy of a family of goofballs thrown back together in the wake of global economic crisis boasts impromptu musical numbers and touches of magic realism. Two adult sons,...

Remember Spandau Ballet? The fop five with the grisly name (look it up) and the groovy threads jostled Duran Duran and Ultravox in the forefront of the New Romantic movement that...

Gemma Bovery is not Emma Bovary, but, for sixtyish Flaubert devotee Martin Joubert (Luchini), she’s close enough to “signal the end of ten years of sexual tranquility.” When lovely...

Director Monzón, screenwriter Jorge Guerricaechevarría, and actor extraordinaire Tosar--the team behind the award-winning 2009 smash CELL 211--reunite for another superior blend of...

“Would you care to die with me?” Such is the absurd but wholly sincere proposal employed by the underappreciated, overwrought German Romantic writer Heinrich von Kleist (“The Marquise...

Part father-son showdown and part thriller by the director of the 2010 Oscar short-listed THE WORLD IS BIG AND SALVATION LURKS AROUND THE CORNER, this tense drama is set in a Bulgarian...

Tragedy doesn’t come any more Dickensian in tone or Shakespearian in scope than this dark social drama of the disintegration of a little family of four. A series of small debts triggers...

Winner of the prize of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard sidebar, this fancifully violent story of mass canine rebellion is an unsettling allegory with obvious reference...