New Italian Cinema
In this darkly comic skewering of celebrity and privilege, Daniel Brühl (Good Bye Lenin!) plays a famous actor whose day gets completely railroaded by a stranger with ulterior motives.
In early 1930s Berlin, a dashing idealist played by Tom Schilling finds love amidst the twilight hedonism of pre-Nazi Germany, in this adaptation of Erich Kästner's iconic novel, straight from its world premiere at the 2021 Berlinale.
Heiner Lauterbach, Barbara Sukowa and Maren Kroymann star in this charming comedy as grandparents for hire who plunge their lives into chaos to escape their monotonous retirement.
A slick modern adaptation of Alfred Döblin's influential 1929 novel of the same name, Berlin Alexanderplatz follows an undocumented immigrant from West Africa on a dark odyssey through Berlin.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary with a glorious 4K restoration, Fassbinder’s Lola follows a seductive cabaret singer in her outrageous quest to elevate herself in a world where everything-and everyone-is for sale.
In conservative 1950s Vienna the youngest son of an established Austrian dynasty of confectionery millionaires discovers the power of love, humour and his own extraordinary ability to shape his realities.