Launched in 2019, we Metrograph Pictures distributes our favorite films nationwide in theaters and online.
Take a look at our latest, upcoming, and library titles.
Marie Rivière and Philippe Marlaud star in the first film from Éric Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” series.
Éric Rohmer‘s witty vignettes follow the friendship between a young Parisian and a girl from the countryside.
Two young couples intermingle in Éric Rohmer’s summertime comedy—the final episode of “Comedies and Proverbs.”
Claire Denis’s exhilarating film follows the journey of a mercenary in search of a heart transplant and his estranged son.
Legendary photographer William Klein provides an all-access pass to the 1981 French Open.
Djibril Diop Mambéty’s final, medium-length films: Le Franc and The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun.
Fruit Chan’s atmospheric classic was the first independent film released in post-Handover Hong Kong.
Shot in Sweden, Susan Sontag’s debut feature is a definition-defying, dryly funny psychological serio-comedy.
Before he was an international art star, Jean-Michel Basquiat starred in this street-smart rock-musical fairy tale.
Jack Hazan‘s groundbreaking film about David Hockney and the painting that transformed the art world.
Marcus Lindeen’s remarkable documentary about a scandalous social experiment and the sexual revolution.
Djibril Diop Mambéty’s long-delayed follow-up to Touki Bouki is an unforgettable landmark of world cinema.
Claire Simon’s documentary takes us behind the scenes of France’s most brutally competitive film school.
An introduction to the life and work of a truly original documentary filmmaker still due for proper recognition and appraisal.
John Hansen and Rob Nilsson’s gorgeous and hopeful trilogy of documentary-as-historical corrective.