• The Woman Who Ran
  • Swimming Out Till The Seas Turns Blue
  • Isabella
  • Rock Bottom Riser
  • The Girl and the Spider
  • I Am A Town
  • Anne at 13,000 ft


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The Woman Who Ran Opens July 9

The Woman Who Ran

A film by Hong Sangsoo
Swimming Out Till The Sea Turns Blue Now Playing

Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue

A film by Jia Zhangke
Un Film Dramatique Now Playing

Un Film Dramatique

A film by Éric Baudelaire
Liberte Now Playing

Film About A Father Who

A film by Lynne Sachs

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Yourself and Yours Coming May 2021

Yourself and Yours

A film by Hong Sangsoo From acclaimed director Hong Sangsoo comes a pleasing puzzle full of mistaken identity, excessive drinking and lots of he-said, she-said. As the rumors pile up, Hong asks: In a relationship, how important is it to know everything?
Beeswax Remastered Now Available

Beeswax (Remastered)

A film by Andrew Bujalski For the first time ever on Blu-ray! Newly restored and remastered from its original 16mm! A comedy about family, friends and lovers and those awkward moments that bring all of them together.


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The Cinema Guild New Release

The Dawn Chorus

A film by Patrick Shen A global environmental film project consisting of cinematic and meditative scenes of dawn captured on May 3, 2020 (International Dawn Chorus Day) from all over the globe weaved together into a lyrical meditation all during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The Cinema Guild New Release


A film by Alexander L. Fattal An oneiric journey through Alex's life as a former guerrilla leads to a reckoning with the devil inside of him. His only cure is ayahuasca, a sacred plant used by the indigenous community where he comes from. As both a perpetrator and victim, Alex exemplifies the complexity of the Colombian conflict and the difficulties of simply moving on.
The Cinema Guild Academy Awards

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

A film by RaMell Ross 2019 ACADEMY AWARD® Nominee for Best Documentary Feature. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, the film allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South - trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming.

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