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THE METROGRAPH PICTURES LIBRARY

Watch the full scope of Metrograph Pictures - from our early releases like THE RAFT to groundbreaking hits like A BIGGER SPLASH and DOWNTOWN 81, and our latest POSSESSION. On demand. At home. Any time.

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THE OLIVE TREES OF JUSTICE

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

The lone fiction feature of acclaimed France-based, American-born documentarian James Blue, winner of the Critic’s Prize at Cannes in 1962.

Coming Sat, Jan 22
Available Jan 22 - Feb 3

Streaming

WINTER WIND

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A sprawling historical drama told with only thirteen remarkable sustained shots, Winter Wind takes place in 1934 as Croatian separatists struggle to declare independence from Yugoslavia.

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Available through Feb 2

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THE ROUND-UP

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A harrowing study of psychological warfare and the wielding of authoritarian power.

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Available through Jan 27

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DOWNSTREAM TO KINSHASA

Directed by Dieudo Hamadi

Hamadi’s documentary follows several survivors of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s 2000 Six-Day War as they trek to the capital.

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Available through Jan 25

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Goodbye, Dragon Inn

Directed by Tsai Ming-liang

In conjunction with Eric Lin’s Music Palace, we’ve brought back Metrograph Pictures’ new restoration of Tsai’s minimalist yet multifaceted 2003 film, in which a soon-to-be-shut-down movie palace, the Fo-Ho—its screening room, projection booth, hallways, bathrooms—becomes a sort of haunted house.

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Available through Jan 31

ON DEMAND

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RED PSALM

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A passion play with a distinctly socialist bent, Red Psalm recalls the harvesting strikes that brought rural Hungary to a standstill in the 1890s.

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Available through Jan 31

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THE CONFRONTATION

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

Jancsó delivers a sympathetic-yet-stern address to the radicals of his generation, which doubles as an interrogation of the obstreperous New Left.

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Available through Feb 1

Streaming

ELECTRA, MY LOVE

Directed by MIKLÓS JANCSÓ

Miklos Janscó’s radically original, downright hypnotic retelling of the Ancient Greek myth.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 28

Streaming

DOWNSTREAM TO KINSHASA

Directed by Dieudo Hamadi

Hamadi’s documentary follows several survivors of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s 2000 Six-Day War as they trek to the capital.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 25

Streaming

A Bigger Splash

Directed by Jack Hazan

Hazan’s narrative-nonfiction hybrid focusing on artist David Hockney is a time capsule of hedonistic gay life in the 1970s as well an invaluable portrait of art history in action.

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Available through Jun 22

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All is Forgiven

Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve

Intro by Mia Hansen-Løve
Q&A with Mia Hansen-Løve and Julia Solomonoff

A strikingly original, deeply empathetic family drama that sidesteps all clichéd sentimentality on the way to achieving quietly devastating results. 

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Available through Jun 22

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Boyfriends and Girlfriends

Directed by Éric Rohmer

A new restoration of the final episode of Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” series, in which two young women are tempted by each other’s love interests.

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Available through Jun 22

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Downtown 81

Directed by Edo Bertiglio

Starring Jean-Michel Basquiat, this street-smart rock-musical fantasy provides a window into a long-lost world of life on the margins that feels especially potent today.

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Available through Jun 22

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Duet for Cannibals

Directed by Susan Sontag

Essayist, novelist, critic, and cinephile, Susan Sontag made only four films as a writer/director, and this one—her first—provides an introduction to a startlingly original filmmaker. Newly restored!

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Available through Jun 22

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Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle

Directed by Éric Rohmer

Shot quickly in and around Paris during a production break on Rohmer’s Le Rayon Vert, this breezy, witty film tracks the friendship between a savvy Parisian and a naïve painter from the countryside through four connected vignettes.

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Available through Jun 22

Streaming

Goodbye, Dragon Inn

Directed by Tsai Ming-liang

In conjunction with Eric Lin’s Music Palace, we’ve brought back Metrograph Pictures’ new restoration of Tsai’s minimalist yet multifaceted 2003 film, in which a soon-to-be-shut-down movie palace, the Fo-Ho—its screening room, projection booth, hallways, bathrooms—becomes a sort of haunted house.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 31

Streaming

Hyenas

Directed by Djibril Diop Mambéty‎

Djibril Diop Mambéty’s follow-up to Touki Bouki is a hallucinatory, biting satire of a contemporary Senegal whose post-colonial dreams are faced with erosion by Western materialism.

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Available through Jun 22

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L’Intrus

Directed by Claire Denis

Exclusive Digital Run

Metrograph Pictures presents one of Denis’s most exhilarating films, which charts the travels of a mercenary (Michel Subor) as he journeys from the snowy Alps to Korea to Tahiti in search of a heart transplant and his son.

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Available through Jun 22

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Last and First Men

Directed by Jóhann Jóhannsson

Introduced by Filmmaker Bill Morrison

A stunning feature debut and final cinematic testament from the late composer and musician Jóhann Jóhannsson (Sicario, Arrival, Mandy) conjures a world of surreal and phantasmagorical monument

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Available through Jan 31

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Le Franc & The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun

Directed by Djibril Diop Mambéty‎

Metrograph Pictures presents new restorations of two medium-length films by the Senegalese master that provide us a fuller picture of the elements that define his small, but perfect, filmography—a rich social vision, sly humor, and formal ingenuity.

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Available through Jun 22

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Made in Hong Kong

Directed by Fruit Chan

Chan’s raw, atmospheric portrait of nihilistic youth and a city on the brink, following a high-school dropout who sees little hope for his future, was
the first independent film released in post-Handover Hong Kong. Newly restored!

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Available through Jun 22

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Possession

Directed by Andrzej Żuławski

Banned upon its original release in 1981, Possession is cinematic delirium at its most intoxicating.

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Available through Jun 22

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The Aviator’s Wife

Directed by Éric Rohmer

The first title in Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” film cycle is a fleecy farce of romantic overanalysis starring Philippe Marlaud and Marie Rivière.

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Available through Jun 22

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The Competition

Directed by Claire Simon

This Wiseman-esque documentary from Claire Simon observes a process that is highly personal, idiosyncratic, and subject to the vagaries of personal prejudice.

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Available through Jun 22

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The French

Directed by William Klein

Presented by Wes Anderson

Klein’s stunningly up-close-and-personal sports documentary, set behind the scenes of the 1981 French Open, is back by popular demand. A Metrograph Pictures release.

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Available through Jun 22

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THE GREAT ADVENTURE

Directed by Arne Sucksdorff

Hailed “a masterpiece” by The New York Times when it opened in 1955, this rhapsody of a film centers around life on a Swedish farm in the north of the country.

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Available through Jun 22

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THE PRAIRIE TRILOGY

Directed by John Hanson and Rob Nilsson

John Hanson and Rob Nilsson collaborated on this remarkable series of documentaries underwritten by the North Dakota Humanities Council.

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Available through Jun 22

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THE RAFT

Directed by Marcus Lindeen

More than forty years later, the surviving crew members of the Acali mission reunite to reenact and recollect their experience.

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Available through Jun 22

MIKLÓS JANCSÓ X 6

Streaming

THE ROUND-UP

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A harrowing study of psychological warfare and the wielding of authoritarian power.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 27

Streaming

ELECTRA, MY LOVE

Directed by MIKLÓS JANCSÓ

Miklos Janscó’s radically original, downright hypnotic retelling of the Ancient Greek myth.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 28

Streaming

THE RED AND THE WHITE

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

Jancsó’s epic was banned from screening in the USSR for many years, deemed too downbeat, too anti-war, and too anti-heroic.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 30

Streaming

RED PSALM

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A passion play with a distinctly socialist bent, Red Psalm recalls the harvesting strikes that brought rural Hungary to a standstill in the 1890s.

Watch Now
Available through Jan 31

Streaming

THE CONFRONTATION

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

Jancsó delivers a sympathetic-yet-stern address to the radicals of his generation, which doubles as an interrogation of the obstreperous New Left.

Watch Now
Available through Feb 1

Streaming

WINTER WIND

Directed by Miklos Jancsó

A sprawling historical drama told with only thirteen remarkable sustained shots, Winter Wind takes place in 1934 as Croatian separatists struggle to declare independence from Yugoslavia.

Watch Now
Available through Feb 2

CITIZEN BLUE

Streaming

THE OLIVE TREES OF JUSTICE

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

The lone fiction feature of acclaimed France-based, American-born documentarian James Blue, winner of the Critic’s Prize at Cannes in 1962.

Coming Sat, Jan 22
Available Jan 22 - Feb 3

Streaming

CITIZEN BLUE

Directed by Dan Miller

Introduced by Co-Producer Suzanne Clark

Dan Miller's documentary about filmmaker James Blue depicts a passionate American film artist who was always doing something different.

Coming Sat, Jan 22
Available Jan 22 - Feb 3

Streaming Live

PARIS AT DAWN + AMAL

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

Two short documentary works from James Blue made during the filmmakers formative years in Paris.

Sun, Jan 23 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 24-29

Streaming Live

USIA SHORTS PROGRAM

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

Blue’s “Columbian Trilogy” describes the operations of John F. Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress in the Latin American country.

Mon, Jan 24 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 25-30

Streaming Live

A FEW NOTES ON OUR FOOD PROBLEM + KENYA BORAN

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

James Blue’s first film in color and his last for the USIA, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Tue, Jan 25 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 26-31

Streaming Live

THE INVISIBLE CITY: HOUSTON’S HOUSING CRISIS

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

James Blue's inquiry into the degradation of Houston’s housing that takes him to landlords, impoverished tenants, and real-estate offices.

Wed, Jan 26 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 27 - Feb 1

Streaming Live

WHO KILLED THE FOURTH WARD?

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Ed Hugetz, Co-Producer

A nonfiction murder mystery about the destruction of a community — namely, the titular epicenter of Black Houston.

Thu, Jan 27 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 28-31

STAFF PICK'S: KIM'S VIDEO

Streaming Live

THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

Directed by Michael Powell

Introduced by Ralph McKay

Michael Powell's deeply personal first feature, loosely based on the evacuation of the Scottish archipelago of St Kilda.

Fri, Jan 28 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 29 - Feb 10

Streaming Live

RETURN TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

Directed by Michael Powell

Introduced by Ralph McKay

In this 1978 short, director Michael Powell revisits the Scottish island of Foula to talk about the making of The Edge of the World forty years prior.

Fri, Jan 28 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 29 - Feb 10

Streaming Live

AT THE VIDEO STORE

Directed by James Westby

Introduced by Director James Westby

A melic ode to brick-and-mortar, behind-the-counter culture, and the slowly disappearing video store.

Thu, Feb 3 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Feb 4-17

IN THE STREETS

Streaming Live

INQUIRING NUNS

Directed by Gordon Quinn and Jerry Temaner

Introduced by Gordon Quinn

A time capsule of a city and a nation on the brink, struggling to negotiate domestic unrest at home and a catastrophic quagmire in Vietnam.

Tue, Feb 1 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Feb 2-14

Streaming

FUTURA

Directed by Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi, Alice Rohrwacher

A poignant picture of the precarity of youth facing incredible new pressures, but also of youth’s extraordinary resilience.

Coming Fri, Jan 28
Available Jan 28 - Feb 10

COMING SOON

Streaming Live

PARIS AT DAWN + AMAL

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

Two short documentary works from James Blue made during the filmmakers formative years in Paris.

Sun, Jan 23 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 24-29

Streaming Live

USIA SHORTS PROGRAM

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

Blue’s “Columbian Trilogy” describes the operations of John F. Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress in the Latin American country.

Mon, Jan 24 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 25-30

Streaming Live

A FEW NOTES ON OUR FOOD PROBLEM + KENYA BORAN

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

James Blue’s first film in color and his last for the USIA, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Tue, Jan 25 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 26-31

Streaming Live

THE INVISIBLE CITY: HOUSTON’S HOUSING CRISIS

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Richard Blue and Richard Herskowitz

James Blue's inquiry into the degradation of Houston’s housing that takes him to landlords, impoverished tenants, and real-estate offices.

Wed, Jan 26 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 27 - Feb 1

Streaming Live

WHO KILLED THE FOURTH WARD?

Directed by James Blue

Introduced by Ed Hugetz, Co-Producer

A nonfiction murder mystery about the destruction of a community — namely, the titular epicenter of Black Houston.

Thu, Jan 27 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 28-31

Streaming Live

THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

Directed by Michael Powell

Introduced by Ralph McKay

Michael Powell's deeply personal first feature, loosely based on the evacuation of the Scottish archipelago of St Kilda.

Fri, Jan 28 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 29 - Feb 10

Streaming Live

RETURN TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

Directed by Michael Powell

Introduced by Ralph McKay

In this 1978 short, director Michael Powell revisits the Scottish island of Foula to talk about the making of The Edge of the World forty years prior.

Fri, Jan 28 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Jan 29 - Feb 10

Streaming

FUTURA

Directed by Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi, Alice Rohrwacher

A poignant picture of the precarity of youth facing incredible new pressures, but also of youth’s extraordinary resilience.

Coming Fri, Jan 28
Available Jan 28 - Feb 10

Streaming Live

AT THE VIDEO STORE

Directed by James Westby

Introduced by Director James Westby

A melic ode to brick-and-mortar, behind-the-counter culture, and the slowly disappearing video store.

Thu, Feb 3 • 8:00PM EST
Available On Demand
Feb 4-17

THE METROGRAPH PICTURES LIBRARY

Available At Home exclusively for Metrograph Members.

A BIGGER SPLASH

Directed by JACK HAZAN

ALL IS FORGIVEN

Directed by MIA HANSEN-LØVE

 

BOYFRIENDS and GIRLFRIENDS

Directed by ÉRIC ROHMER

DOWNTOWN 81

Directed by EDO BERTIGLIO

DUET FOR CANNIBALS

Directed by SUSAN SONTAG

 

GOODBYE, DRAGON INN

Directed by TSAI MING-LIANG

HYENAS

Directed by DJIBRIL DIOP MAMBÉTY

 

L'INTRUS

Directed by CLAIRE DENIS

LAST AND FIRST MEN

Directed by JÓHAN JÓHANNSSON

MADE IN HONG KONG

Directed by FRUIT CHAN

 

POSSESSION

Directed by ANDRZEJ ŻUŁAWSKI

THE AVIATOR'S WIFE

Directed by ÉRIC ROHMER

THE COMPETITION

Directed by CLAIRE SIMON

THE FRENCH

Directed by WILLIAM KLEIN

 

THE GREAT ADVENTURE

Directed by ARNE SUCKSDORFF

 

 

THE LITTLE GIRL WHO SOLD THE SUN & LE FRANC

Directed by DJIBRIL DIOP MAMBÉTY‎

THE PRAIRIE TRILOGY

Directed by JOHN HANSON & ROB NILSSON

THE RAFT

Directed by MARCUS LINDEEN

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