Sorry We Missed You

Sorry We Missed You

A film by Ken Loach

COMING TO THEATERS MAY 2020

Ricky, Abby and their two children live in Newcastle. They are a strong family who care for each other. Ricky has skipped from one labouring job to another while Abby, who loves her work, cares for old people. Despite working longer and harder they realise they will never have independence or their own home. It’s now or never; the app revolution offers Ricky a golden opportunity. He and Abby make a bet. She sells her car so Ricky can buy a shiny new van and become a freelance driver, with his own business at last. The modern world impinges on these four souls in the privacy of their kitchen; the future beckons. See More >

Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project

Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project

A film by Matt Wolf

COMING TO THEATERS THIS NOVEMBER

A mystery in the form of a time capsule, Recorder is the story of Marion Stokes who, for over 30 years, obsessively and privately recorded American television news twenty-four hours a day. See More >

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

A film by Pamela B. Green

NOW IN THEATERS AND ON VOD. COMING AUGUST 20 TO DVD.

Pamela B. Green’s energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.

 
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The Garden

The Garden

A film by Derek Jarman

COMING TO DVD AND BLU-RAY AUGUST 27

Made in 1990 and unavailable in the US for almost 20 years, Derek Jarman's late masterpiece The Garden is a visually stunning, deeply personal film about homosexuality, Christianity and persecution filmed at Jarman’s coastal home in the shadow of a nuclear power station. Starring a young Tilda Swinton and featuring a sublime score by Simon Fisher Turner. See More >

Working Woman

Working Woman

A film by Michal Aviad

NOW ON DVD AND VOD

This timely and devastating story about a young mother who experiences sexual harassment when she tries to return to work is expertly told by long time Israeli feminist filmmaker Michal Aviad. See More >

Zen for Nothing

Zen for Nothing

A film by Werner Penzel

COMING TO THEATERS SOON

A masterly immersion into life at a Japanese Zen monastery over three seasons. Simple and beautifully filmed, this is Into Great Silence meets Enlightenment Guaranteed, with composer Fred Frith performing the eclectic, elegant score. See More >