Foreign Cinema

Upcoming Films

February 22nd - March 20th


A 10-year old transgender boy moves to a new neighborhood with his family. He introduces himself as a boy for the first time to new friends.

Directed by Céline Sciamma, France/2011, 82 min. Not Rated

January 25th - February 21st

Singing in the Rain

A silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound.

Directors Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, USA/1952, 103 min

December 28th - January 24th

The Last Emperor

This sweeping account of the life of Pu Yi (John Lone), the last emperor of China, follows the leader’s tumultuous reign. After being captured by the Red Army as a war criminal in 1950, Pu Yi recalls his childhood from prison. He remembers his lavish youth in the Forbidden City, where he was afforded every luxury but unfortunately sheltered from the outside world and complex political situation surrounding him. As revolution sweeps through China, the world Pu Yi knew is dramatically upended.

Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, Usa/1987, 163 min. Rated PG-13

November 30th - December 27th

A Late Quartet

For 25 years, the Fugue, a string quartet, has wowed music-lovers with its skilled performances. However, as the musicians prepare to celebrate a milestone season together, cellist Peter (Christopher Walken) drops a bombshell on his comrades: he has Parkinson’s disease and must soon retire. In the fallout from the shocking announcement, competing egos clash, long-simmering resentments bubble to the surface, and marital infidelity rears its ugly head.

Directed by Yaron Zilberman, Canada/2012, 

2 November - 29 November


A group of college-age buddies struggle with their imminent passage into adulthood in 1959 Baltimore.

Directed by Barry Levinson, USA/1982, 110 min. Rated R

5 October - 1 November

Wizard of Oz

Dorothy Gale is swept away to a magical land in a tornado and embarks on a quest to see the Wizard who can help her return home.

Directed by Victor Fleming, USA/1939, 112 min.

7 September - 4 October

High Fidelity

Rob, a record store owner and compulsive list maker, recounts his top five breakups, including the one in progress.

Directed by Stephen Frears, USA/2000, 114 min. Rated R

10 August - 6 September

Farewell, My Queen

A look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the first days of the French Revolution.
Directed by Benoît Jacquot, France/2012, 100 min. Rated R


13 July - 9 August


In this thriller full of dark humor and bizarre twists, a man accidentally gets into a time machine, traveling back nearly an hour.  Finding himself will be the first of a series of unforeseeable consequences.

Directed by Nacho Vigalondo, Spain/2007, 92 minutes.  Rated R

15 June - 12 July


An epic mosaic of interrelated characters in search of love, forgiveness, an meaning in the San Fernando Valley.

Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, USA/1999, 188 minutes.  Rated R