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—Time Out New York
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Ira Sachs (Love is Strange) explores youth, friendship, and gentrification in modern-day Brooklyn.
BAMcinemaFest alum Tim Sutton (Memphis) returns with a haunting look at American violence.
Ellen Burstyn and Greta Gerwig star in the latest comedy by Todd Solondz (Happiness).
Ethan Hawke and John Travolta star in Ti West’s gonzo take on the revenge Western.
The engagement is off but the bachelor party goes on in this comedy about male bonding.
This documentary spotlights a Brooklyn tailoring company catering to gender nonconforming clientele.
An unstable outcast is in pursuit of gold in the Michigan backwoods in Joel Potrykus’ genre-bender.
This documentary unravels one of the biggest controversies in recent American literature.
An ex-goth-girl-turned-nun returns to her childhood home in Zach Clark’s oddball fifth feature.
A gritty, beautifully shot portrait of Minneapolis’ Somali immigrant community.
This Sundance Award winner explores the televised suicide of newscaster Christine Chubbuck.
Nick Jonas makes his film breakthrough in this unflinching indictment of frat-culture brutality.
Silicon Valley writer Carson Mell examines pests of the paranormal and human variety.
Home videos are reedited into a provocative new narrative in this found-footage film.
Master filmmaker Herzog sets his sights on the Internet and its implications for humankind.
This portrait of adolescence follows a 15-year-old writer of erotic sci-fi and fantasy.
A Korean-American teenager discovers his sexuality in this Sundance Award-winning drama.
This documentary captures the reverberations of grief in the aftermath of Sandy Hook.
An Iranian radio producer awaits the arrival of Metallica in this award-winning comedy.
BAMcinemaFest presents a collection of five innovative new shorts.
Brady Corbet’s directorial debut charts the stirrings of totalitarianism in the wake of World War I.
Chad Hartigan’s Sundance award-winner is a delightfully original take on finding your voice.
Anna Biller’s tale about a love-starved, murderous witch is wicked feminist fun.
Two portraits of drug addiction and poverty by Martin Bell and Mary Ellen Mark.
Five directors adapt each other’s dreams for the big screen in this ambitious omnibus film.
A TV star (Maggie Siff) moves from LA to New York to escape her wildly popular screen persona.
An empowering tribute to New York City’s most exciting young voguers.
A lost classic of American independent cinema reemerges thanks to this new restoration.