A retired yakuza is caught in the middle of a growing conflict between two rival clans.
In the misty mountains of Vietnam, a teenage girl comes of age as she faces the local custom of "bride kidnapping" in this documentary.
Isao Natsuyagi stars as a charismatic ronin who gets snared in a conflict between officials at a waystation, gaining the enmity of a group of thugs. ...
Kiba is caught in the intrigue between a crooked goldmine owner, a cynical, betrayed swordsman, a manipulative lady and an arrogant dojo master.
To withstand the psychological torture of the Gestapo, a notary imprisoned by the Nazis rescues himself in the world of chess.
Three loosely connected chapters portray a confident generation of young Israelis who are ready to try anything and everything.
For several centuries and until the fall of the Soviet Union, shtetls were inhabited by tight-knit Yiddish-speaking communities.
Paris, summer 1942. Irene is a young, bubbly, 19-year-old Jewish girl. Her family watches her discover the world, friends, new love and the theatre.
A down-and-out businessman travels to a seaside town, where he meets a woman with unusual sexual powers.
Twenty years after the failure of the 2000 Camp David summit, Ehud Barak looks back on his life and analyzes the Israeli reality with a critical eye.
A solitary woman re-evaluates her isolated existence after her neighbour dies alone in his apartment, in Hong Sung-eun’s subtle debut feature.
A working-class girl from Guatemala City travels to a small port town to infiltrate a gang, in order to find her sister, who has gone missing.
Seire is the period of 21 days in which people are supposed to take utmost care to protect a newborn baby from bad luck.
In Islamic Iran, how much is a woman worth in comparison with a man, and who pays the difference?
The debut film from Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi, in a new 2K restoration.
Honorable Men tells the story of former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s unexpected rise to power and his dramatic fall from grace.
A socially awkward teenager is dragged to a coastal holiday park by her family, where she becomes unexpectedly captivated by a lifeguard named Isla.
Take a closer look at a painting and you’ll discover a horrifying truth that lies underneath.
THE MISSION follows four American LDS teenagers who to travel to the frozen, forested lands of Finland.
Humble, unassuming Ma and timid Cao have been cast off by their families and forced into an arranged marriage.
When a sudden impulse turns Millie away from starting a prestigious internship in New York, her path of total evasiveness leads to self-discovery.
Adapted from the classic novel by Marcel Pagnol.
Adapted from the novel by Marcel Pagnol (MANON OF THE SPRING).
What starts for Captain Vivés as a professional and methodical immersion into the victim’s life soon turns into a haunting obsession.
Wen Shipei’s feature debut is a mesmerizing and twisting thriller, a gripping exploration of guilt and mercy, forgiveness and redemption.
Kamila Andini delivers a superb portrait of a woman battling the trauma of war, fighting to free herself from the patriarchal dictates of her era.
A "witty, Wiseman-esque" look at a visual art school's staff as they decide which students to admit for the coming academic year.
A mild-mannered woman employee asks for her first raise in 17 years, and the situation spirals out of control.
In a Palestinian town, Tamer and his friends lead a typical high school student's life until the arrival of the beautiful Maysaa'.
Young women and men working the summer harvest develop new feelings, flirt, try to understand each other, find – and flee – deeper connections.
Gad Elmaleh returns to France without daring to admit to his Jewish family that he did so to convert to Catholicism.
Restored arthouse & cult classics available for booking
Available for booking from the Film Movement library