HOLD ME TIGHT

Oct 21-30 Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread) gives another riveting performance as Clarisse, a woman on the run from her family for reasons that aren’t immediately clear.

LOUIS ARMSTRONG’S BLACK AND BLUES

Oct 28-Nov 6 An intimate and revealing look at the world-changing musician, presented through a lens of archival footage and never-before-heard home recordings and personal conversations

RESURRECTION

Nov 10-13 Margaret’s life is in order. She is capable, disciplined, and successful. Soon, her teenage daughter, who Margaret raised by herself, will be going off to a fine university, just as Margaret had hoped. Everything is under control....

MY OLD SCHOOL

Nov 11-20 One of the most talked-about documentaries at Sundance, My Old School unravels the astonishing true story of a mysterious high school student who may not be who his classmates and teachers believe.

MY IMAGINARY COUNTRY

Dec 2-4 In October 2019, there was an unexpected revolution, a social explosion. One and a half million people demonstrated in the streets of Santiago for more democracy, a more dignified life, a better education, a better health system and a new Constitution. Chile had recovered its memory. The event Patricio Guzmán had been waiting for since his student struggles in 1973 finally materialized.

ETERNAL SPRING

Dec 2-4 In March 2002, a state TV station in China was hijacked by members of outlawed spiritual group Falun Gong.

HALLELUJAH: LEONARD COHEN, A JOURNEY, A SONG

One Night Only! • Friday, Dec 2 at 7pm  • IU Cinema
Poet/singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen spent over 7 years writing “Hallelujah," initially an obscure track on an early 80s album rejected by his record label

AFTERSUN

Dec 09-18 A woman looks back on a vacation she shared with her father in this subtle and beautifully observed debut film by Scottish filmmaker Charlotte Wells.

THE DRAUGHTSMAN’S CONTRACT

Dec 9 - 18 Set in a richly exaggerated 17th-century England, Peter Greenaway’s witty, stylised, erotic country house murder mystery catapulted him to the forefront of international art cinema when it was released in 1982

THE CONFORMIST

Jan 6-15 At the peak of his creative powers the 29 year old Bernardo Bertolucci, rejected the influence of mentor, Jean-Luc Godard, and partnered up with Vittorio Storaro and developed his own style for one of the most visually dazzling, politically and psychologically intriguing Italian films.

NEPTUNE FROST

Jan 7-8 Multidisciplinary artist Saul Williams brings his unique dynamism to this Afrofuturist vision, a sci-fi punk musical that’s a visually wondrous amalgamation of themes, ideas, and songs

CORSAGE

Jan 13 - 22 As her 40th birthday approaches, beautiful, rebellious Empress Elisabeth of Austria is thrown into turmoil as she anticipates being considered an old woman.

THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER

Jan 27-Feb 5 Tilda Swinton plays both lead roles in this story of an artist and her elderly mother who return to a former family home in the English countryside, now a hotel haunted by its mysterious past.

ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED

Feb 3-12 Academy Award®–winning filmmaker Laura Poitras (Citizenfour) tells two stories in her essential, new documentary: the fabled life and career of era-defining artist Nan Goldin, and her David-and-Goliath battle with the Sackler family, the pharmaceutical dynasty who have been described as the "most evil family in America."

EO

Jan 20-29 WINNER Best Foreign Language Film New York Film Critics Circle This visually spectacular, often surreal odyssey of a winsome, nomadic donkey named EO is shortlisted for the 2023 Academy Award® for Best International Feature Film.

BROKER

Feb 10-12 Five years after winning the Palme d’Or for Shoplifters, Academy Award nominated filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda returns with Broker, starring Cannes Best actor winner Song Kang Ho (Parasite). The film follows two brokers who sell orphaned infants, to affluent couples who can’t have children of their own.

2023 Oscar Shorts: Documentary

A South Indian couple adopt an orphaned baby elephant in The Elephant Whisperers - two of the five nominees in this year's Documentary category star large cuddly animals...

2023 Oscar Shorts: Live Action

Le Pupille (The Pupils) is a fable about the rebellious "bad girls" at a strict Catholic boarding school for orphans at Christmas in the early 1940s -- one of five nominated live action films ...

2023 Oscar Shorts: Animation

The Flying Sailor, one of the animation nominees, is based on the true story of a sailor who survived an explosion in Halifax Harbor in 1917...

DECISION TO LEAVE

March 17-19 Park Chan-wook, the visionary director behind Oldboy and The Handmaiden, won Best Director at Cannes this year for this stylish, thriller.

SAINT OMER

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SLAVIC FILM FESTIVAL / OLGA

Sunday, April 2 at 2pmA talented young gymnast from Kyiv, played by real-life former Ukrainian national team member Anastasiia Budiashkina, moves to Switzerland to pursue her Olympic dreams in Elie Grappe’s award-winning drama. Set in 2014, the film follows 15-year-old Olga as she tries to make friends on her new team and adjust to life in her new home. As she relentlessly trains in preparation for the European Championships, her friends and family back in the Ukraine are taking to the streets in what would become known as the Maidan Revolution.

THE BLUE CAFTAN

Apr 15-23 Halim, a master tailor spends his days in the back of his shop making beautiful, hand-embroidered caftans. His quiet life of routine is thrown off-kilter when