Dir. Max Ophuls (1950).
Few movies are more “Viennese” than Ophuls’s ultra-civilized sex comedy. Following a particular erotic... More >>
Dir. Robert Bresson (1966).
Bringing together all Bresson’s ideas about acting, sound, and editing, as well as grace, redemption, and human... More >>
Dir. Travis Wilkerson (2002).
Recalling the great strikes of the World War I period and explicates the death of an IWW organizer in Butte, Montana... More >>
Dir. Yasujiro Ozu (1932).
Class relations enter the family: Ozu called this silent comedy—one of the best movies about children ever... More >>
Dir. Nicholas Winding Refn (2011).
As stripped-down and propulsive as its robotic title, Drive is the most “American” movie yet... More >>
Dir. Peter Whitehead (1969).
A British documentarian comes to New York and finds himself joining the Columbia students barricaded in Low Library.... More >>
Dir. F.W. Murnau (1927).
Silent cinema reaches its acme with movement of Murnau’s camera through the vaporous fields of an invented America.... More >>
Dir. Raj Kapoor (1951).
Kapoor became India’s greatest star (as well as a Soviet icon) directing himself as Chaplinesque protagonist in this... More >>
Dir. Victor Sjostrom (1927).
America’s greatest silent actress Lillian Gish is Hester Prynne in this surprisingly faithful, silent... More >>
Dir. Robert Bresson (1945).
Bresson began to find his style in this fierce, strategically stilted tale of sexual revenge—a transposition of... More >>
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city