“Eye-catching...beautifully illustrated.” —Variety

The debut film from Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi, in a new 2K restoration.

“[A] taut and piercing thriller.” —The Hollywood Reporter

A young, recently promoted police Captain, Yohan Vivès, begins investigating the gruesome murder of a young women named Clara. What starts as a professional and methodical immersion into the victim’s life turns into a haunting obsession.

“Flush with youthful energy.” —The New York Times

A remarkable sophomore feature from one of today’s preeminent auteurs. Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s PASSION, his thesis project at Tokyo University, lays the thematic foundations for what would become his internationally renowned body of work.



“A stirring portrait.” —Ms. Magazine

Jina is the top employee at a call center, but despite talking to customers all day, she has shut out the world beyond her headset. When one day she's tasked with training a friendly new hire, her icy armor is threatened. At the same time, she must navigate an ingratiating new neighbor, and increasingly urgent phone calls from her father, leaving her teetering on the edge of an existential crisis.

“A true gem...subtle, moving.” —Cineuropa

Misako (Ayame Misaki) is a passionate writer of film versions for the visually impaired. At a screening, she meets Nakamori (Masatoshi Nagase), an older photographer who is slowly losing his eyesight. Misako soon discovers Nakamori’s photographs, which will strangely bring her back to her past. Together, they will learn to see the radiant world that was invisible to her eyes.

“An enthralling coming of age story.” —IndieWire

On the subtropical Japanese island of Amami, traditions about nature remain eternal. During the full-moon night of traditional dances in August, 16-year-old Kaito discovers a dead body floating in the sea. His girlfriend Kyoko attempts to help him understand this mysterious discovery. Together, they learn to become adults by experiencing the interwoven cycles of life, death, and love.



“Riveting. Beautifully presented.” —Variety

Di is a 12-year-old girl living in a village lost in the mist-shrouded Northwest Vietnamese mountains. She belongs to the Hmong ethnic minority where women get married very young, enduring the controversial tradition of "bride-kidnapping." One night, when the young girl’s parents return home from celebrating the Lunar New Year, they are shocked to find Di has disappeared.

“An inspiring documentary” —Los Angeles Times

A story told through her own words, images and rare archival footage, this documentary shows the remarkable life of Ruth Gruber, the youngest PhD in the world, an international foreign correspondent and photojournalist all at the age of 24.

“A microcosm of the eternal cycles of life.” —NYTimes

Depicting the end of an era, THE LAST AUTUMN follows a family’s final season herding sheep on their desolate farm in Iceland as it faces new and modern pressures and evolutions.



“[A] sumptuous and simmering thriller.” —Moveable Fest

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.

“Ominous and vibrant.” —Los Angeles Times

Paris, summer 1942. Irene (Rebecca Marder) is a 19-year-old aspiring actress without a care in the world. Her family watches her discover friends, new love, and a passion for the theater, all the while without her realizing that time is running out. Legendary French actress Sandrine Kiberlain makes her directorial debut with this allegorical coming-of-age drama set in Nazi-occupied France.

“Bound to satisfy horror fans.” —Asian Movie Pulse

Ruja returns to Thailand with her young daughter to settle her late father's estate. Included in her inheritance are two mysterious portraits of a bewitching woman that she is told are worth a fortune. Desperate to sell the paintings, Ruja hires an art restorer, to prepare the canvases for sale. But when cracks in the paint begin to reveal long-hidden secrets, Ruja realizes their lives are in grave danger.