“A superbly subtle, mysterious and brilliantly composed film.” —The Guardian

Jessica Hausner’s acclaimed third feature distills the central theme of her filmography: the contentious gray area between faith and fact. Afflicted with multiple sclerosis, Christine makes a pilgrimage to the holy site of Lourdes in hopes of a miracle. Among thousands of ailed visitors, she proceeds through the well-oiled machinery of the religious tourist destination until the unbelievable happens: she is suddenly able to walk.

“An intelligent fable about fear and desire.” —TimeOut

Newly restored in 4k and available for the first time in North America, Austrian auteur Jessica Hausner radically upends genre tropes and preempts the resurgence of folk horror with her second and most formally audacious feature, HOTEL. The deceptively simple premise of a young woman who takes on a job as a night porter at a remote Austrian hotel and encounters unexplained phenomena amounts to a grand treatise on the inhibiting potential of imagination, the fine line between banality and terror and the looming specter of fate.

“A tense, fast-paced, unpredictable trip into gay part culture.” —QueerGuru

Set over a hallucinatory 24 hours, Nitzan Gilady's erotic second feature takes an unflinching look at party culture with a fast-paced electronic soundtrack by Offer Nissim and immersive cinematography. Starring Israel Ogalbo, Dean Miroshnikov and Moran Rosenblatt.



“"A deliciously observed, ironic take on middle-class Austrian life."” —Variety

Newly restored in 4k and available for the first time in North America, Jessica Hausner’s debut feature follows the pubescent Rita as she gradually attempts to test and break the expectations made of her. As she skips class to pursue her infatuation for a local bus driver as well as her own desires, her disapproving parents and classmates begin to question the motivation behind her provocations. However, Rita’s adolescent rebellions occlude a more sinister intention.

“A compassionate and engaging coming-of-age tale.” —Variety

From Indonesian auteur Kamila Andini (CIGARETTE GIRL & BEFORE, NOW AND THEN), YUNI follows the titular Indonesian high school student as her dreams of pursuing a higher education become threatened after she receives a marriage proposal.

“A cultural acheivement.” —The New York Times

Widely considered one of the most important motion pictures ever made, FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE is a “gorgeous, intoxicating epic” (Los Angeles Times) that is both “visually spectacular” and “sumptuous in every respect” (Time Out). Spanning 50 years from the early 20th century to the tumultuous Cultural Revolution, Chen Kaige's passionate, exquisitely shot film captures the vast historical scope of a changing country while revealing the intimate and touching details of a unique, tender, heartrending love story. Restored in 4k.



“[A] chilling, damning film.” —Sight & Sound

From the director of ONE CHILD NATION, TOTAL TRUST is an eye-opening documentary about surveillance technology, abuse of power and censorship, which follows the haunting stories of people in China who have been monitored, intimidated and even tortured.

“Grungy, hard-hitting and intimate” —Screen Daily

Presenting 21 pivotal moments of eroticism, conflict and confrontation, director Néstor Ruiz Medina explores the “stormy emotional area where the need for love and cash collide” (Screen Daily) in his raw and thought-provoking feature debut.

“An excellent documentary.” — HanCinema

Two Korean children come out to their mothers who must determine their own reactions as well as navigate that of society at large.



“An exhilarating and engaging historical epic.” —Film Threat

Princess Khutulun, one of the fiercest warriors in the Mongol Empire, seeks vengeance after an assassin attacks her father and takes the Golden Sutra in THE PRINCESS WARRIOR.

“A sensual, poetic journey.” —Frameline

The Paris strip club À mon seul désir (My Sole Desire) is home to a mesmerizing troupe of seductive female performers. Like a moth to a flame, newcomer Manon is drawn to their sensual allure. Among her fellow dancers is Mia, a beautiful, aspiring actress who becomes both a lover and guide on Manon’s erotic journey.

“A pleasurable and immersive experience” —The Hollywood Reporter

Tunisia's official Oscar submission, UNDER THE FIG TREES follows young women and men working the fig harvest in Tunisia as they develop new feelings, flirt, try to understand each other, and find – and flee – deeper connections.