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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.

AT HOME HIGHLIGHTS

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SATURDAY AFTERNOON CARTOONS

Directed by Various

Introduced by historian Tommy José Stathes.

Saturday Afternoon Cartoons is New York City’s prime theatrical showcase of early and classic animated cartoons, shown in vintage 16mm film prints.

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Available through Jul 13

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LAST CALL AT MAUD'S

Directed by Paris Poirier

Poirier’s evocative documentary gathers several West Coast lez luminaries, here fondly recalling their wild nights at Maud’s, a popular lavender watering hole that stood from 1966 to 1989 in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district.

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Available through Jul 8

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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!

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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CATCALLS

Directed by Kate Dolan

Introduced by Kate Dolan

Kate Dolan’s savage short is an atmospheric street harassment revenge thriller with real claws.

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Available through Dec 25

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RUDE BOY

Directed by Jack Hazan and David Mingay

Rude Boy follows roughneck Ray Gange as he drops his Soho sex-shop job to roadie for The Clash—the most fiery, revolutionary rock ’n’ roll band of the era.

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Available through Jun 23

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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 Sep 29

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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 Dec 31

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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 Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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!

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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Downtown 81

Directed by Edo Bertoglio

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 Sep 29

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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 Sep 29

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PLAISIR

Directed by Molly Gillis

Introduced by Molly Gillis

A lonely American faces unrequited love on a farm commune in the south of France.

Watch Now
Available through Aug 7

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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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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!

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

Downtown 81

Directed by Edo Bertoglio

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

RUDE BOY

Directed by Jack Hazan and David Mingay

Rude Boy follows roughneck Ray Gange as he drops his Soho sex-shop job to roadie for The Clash—the most fiery, revolutionary rock ’n’ roll band of the era.

Watch Now
Available through Jun 23

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

Streaming

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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.

Watch Now
Available through Sep 29

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: THE SHORT LIST Q&A WITH BRONTEZ PURNELL & DIS

Directed by Various

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Available through May 20

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: BADBADNOTGOOD ON "TALK MEMORY"

Directed by Various

BADBADNOTGOOD discuss their new studio album "Talk Memory" in conversation with Brandon Jenkins.

Watch Now
Available through Dec 31

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: NICK PINKERTON ON "GOODBYE, DRAGON INN"

Directed by Various

Critic and author Nick Pinkerton expands on his book about Tsai Ming-liang's 2003 film Goodbye, Dragon Inn.

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Available through May 18

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: EMMA MYERS ON ABORTION IN AMERICAN FILM

Directed by Various

Guest curator Emma Meyers discusses the films in her series "It Happens to Us: Abortion in American Film."

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Available through Dec 31

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: MAYUKH SEN ON OUSMANE SEMBÈNE'S "BLACK GIRL"

Directed by Various

Writer Mayukh Sen on Ousmane Sembène's Black Girl.

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Available through May 17

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: "GIRLFIGHT" DIRECTOR KARYN KUSAMA AND LISA DUVA

Directed by Various

Girlfight director Karyn Kusama and moderator Lisa Duva in conversation.

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Available through May 17

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: "BULLETPROOF" DIRECTOR TODD CHANDLER AND PRODUCER DANIELLE VARGA

Directed by Various

Director Todd Chandler and producer Danielle Varga discuss their film Bulletproof.

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Available through May 13

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: TIM HEIDECKER AND RICK ALVERSON

Directed by Various

Tim Heidecker and Rick Alverson discuss their 2012 film The Comedy.

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Available through Apr 23

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: WILL MENAKER AND TRUE ANON

Directed by Various

Will Menaker and the hosts of the True Anon podcast discuss The Parallax View.

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Available through Apr 22

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: LYNNE SACHS, LIZZIE OLEKSER, & SILVIA FEDERICI

Directed by Various

The Washing Society filmmakers Lynne Sachs and Lizzie Olesker in conversation with Silvia Federici, moderated by Emily Apter.

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Available through Apr 23

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: PATRICIA ROZEMA AND ARTIST LAURIE ANDERSON

Directed by Various

Filmmaker Patricia Rozema and artist Laurie Anderson discuss Rozema's film I've Heard the Mermaids Singing.

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Available through Apr 23

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: JONATHAN DANIEL BROWN AND MICHAEL M. BILANDIC

Directed by Various

Project X star Jonathan Daniel Brown and filmmaker Michael M. Bilandic in conversation.

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Available through Apr 23

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BYRON AND SHELLEY: ILLUMINATI DETECTIVES

Directed by Leah Hennessey and Emily Allan

Romantic poets Lord Byron and Percy Shelley are imagined as sex-crazed, drug-addled undercover agents of a secret society.

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Available through Nov 18

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PENUMBRA

Directed by Hannah Black, Juliana Huxtable, and And Or Forever

An animal stands trial for crimes including “being disgusting,” in a dream-like confrontation between being and the law.

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Available through Nov 18

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EVERYTHING BUT THE WORLD

Directed by DIS

A TV pilot for a multi-genre docu-sci-fi series, which departs from the premise of a nature show by turning the camera onto nature’s least natural invention: us.

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Available through Nov 18

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FROM 7 LUDLOW: THE SHORT LIST Q&A WITH BRONTEZ PURNELL & DIS

Directed by Various

Watch Now
Available through May 20

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DESPERATE LA

Directed by Jeanetta Rich

Introduced by Jeanetta Rich

When Homegirl discovers she’s pregnant by the guy who ghosted her, she must face a “new normal” all alone.

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Available through Oct 21

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HOT SINGLES

Directed by Laura Jean Hocking

Introduced by Laura Jean Hocking

Hot Singles incisively explores the experience of isolation, as a woman seeks refuge from an apocalyptic event.

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Available through Oct 21

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A FEW THINGS I'M BEGINNING TO UNDERSTAND

Directed by Xenia Matthews

Introduced by Xenia Matthews

Journey through the colorful, musical world of Xenia Matthews’s mind as she explores intergenerational trauma, interactions with state violence, and how these can seep into loving relationships such as her own.

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Available through Oct 21

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TEN LEAVES DILATED

Directed by Ebony Blanding and Kate E. Hinshaw

Introduced by Ebony Blanding and Kate E. Hinshaw

Ten Leaves Dilated traces the origins of the cabbage patch birth myth to explore shifting ideas around birth in the American South.

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Available through Oct 21

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THE SHORT LIST: DEPARTMENT OF MOTION PICTURES

Directed by Various

Followed by a Q&A with the Filmmakers

Metrograph and The Department of Motion Pictures present a collection of the finest short films from the past year curated by Emily May Jampel.

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Available through Aug 7

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JOURNEY TO THE EAST

Directed by Eve Liu

Introduced by Eve Liu

A Woman with No Name retrieves her husband’s bones from a gang of mythical Chinese Cowboys.

Watch Now
Available through Aug 7

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FRIENDS LIKE THAT

Directed by Francesca de Fusco

Introduced by Francesca de Fusco

After getting dumped, Maia seeks solace by crashing with her best ex Alex.

Watch Now
Available through Aug 7

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BEAU

Directed by Constance Tsang

Introduced by Constance Tsang

The pressure for Beau’s success causes a rift in their relationship, and soon life imitates art.

Watch Now
Available through Aug 7

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MORE HAPPINESS

Directed by Livia Huang

Introduced by Livia Huang

A woman asks her mother for advice one night and receives surprising answers.

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Available through Aug 7

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BAMBIRAK

Directed by Zamarin Wahdat

Introduced by Zamarin Wahdat

When 8-year-old Kati stows away in her father’s delivery van, Faruk must juggle his responsibilities as a single dad while holding down his first job in a new country. As their relationship deepens, a brush with covert racism tests the bond between a father and daughter.

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Available through Aug 7

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PLAISIR

Directed by Molly Gillis

Introduced by Molly Gillis

A lonely American faces unrequited love on a farm commune in the south of France.

Watch Now
Available through Aug 7

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SEÑORITA

Directed by Isabel Sandoval

Sandoval’s noir-inflected debut feature parallels the everyday deceptions that exist in both public and private life in the Philippines.

Coming Fri, Aug 12
Available Aug 12 - Sep 12

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KALAMPAG TRACKING AGENCY SHORTS PROGRAM

Directed by Various

This shorts program from Kalampag Tracking Agency presents little-seen works experimental works from the Philippines in a variety of formats.

Coming Sun, Aug 14
Available Aug 14-28

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 BERTOGLIO

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

 

 

 LE FRANC & the little girl who sold the sun

Directed by DJIBRIL DIOP MAMBÉTY‎

THE PRAIRIE TRILOGY

Directed by JOHN HANSON & ROB NILSSON

THE RAFT

Directed by MARCUS LINDEEN

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