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Rebecca Hall is in town for a series of American Cinematheque screenings and conversations. PASSING—the actor’s directorial debut, based on the 1929 novel by Nella Larsen—will screen on Sunday in Santa Monica, followed by a conversation with Hall and Claudia

Filmgoers in New York and Los Angeles: Join Hamaguchi in conversation for post-screening Q & A's following his acclaimed new film DRIVE MY CAR.

When we fall in love we become different people, leaving old ways behind to face the unknown. Something like this happens to Lisa and Giorgi in Alexandre Koberidze’s WHAT DO WE SEE WHEN WE LOOK AT THE SKY?, an observational

Is it liquid? Lava? An oil-based churn? An evocation of the Middle Passage? Moving in endless waves of dark matter, Arthur Jafa’s new film AGHDRA—which premiered during his recent retrospective exhibition in Denmark—is now on view at the old Gavin

Chris McKim and producer Fenton Bailey will present two screenings of their documentary WOJNAROWICZ in New York, followed by Q & A's with the filmmakers.

AFI Fest 2021 comes to an intriguing close with a Sunday evening screening of HOLY EMY, directed and co-written by Araceli Lemos, and inspired by her feelings of disconnection when she moved from Greece to Los Angeles. Cryptic and compelling,

The Mi'kmaq approach is more holistic than separate labels and separated-out parts of an identity. Two-Spirit identity is an intersection of the relationship to land, gender, sexuality, ceremony, and culture. It's hard in English to summarize or speak about those

Two years after her international breakout feature Portrait of a Lady on Fire, writer-director Céline Sciamma returns with PETITE MAMAN, a story of companionship bent by longing and the circular turn of time. This weekend, the AFI Fest presents an early

On the closing weekend of the Los Angeles Performance Practice Live Arts Exchange Festival, Dorian Wood will present 20/21, “a multichannel elegiacal sound performance interwoven with stories and remembrances of those we have lost during the past two years.”

Co-written with Léa Mysius and Céline Sciamma and based on “Amber Sweet,” “Kill and Die,” and “Hawaiian Getaway”—three stories from Adrian Tomine’s acclaimed Optic Nerve series and transposed in monochrome to Paris—Jacques Audiard’s latest PARIS, 13TH DISTRICT / LES OLYMPIADES will