From the Swedish provocateur who gave us Force Majeure comes this striking new film. One of his most audacious pieces to date and winner of the Palme D’Or at Cannes, The Square is a no-holds-barred satire of the postmodern art world.
Set in 1940 before the US entered WWII, Joe Wright’s (Pride and Prejudice, Atonement) Darkest Hour is an exciting, rousing historical drama that depicts the many obstacles Churchill faced in his determination to resist the Nazis — and shows just how close history came to taking a terrifyingly different direction.
Woody Allen’s latest, set in the 1950s on Coney Island near his own youthful stomping grounds, highlights the luscious cinematography of legendary lenser Vittorio Storaro in telling the story of four characters whose lives intertwine amid the hustle and bustle of the Coney Island amusement park in the 1950s.
At the height of the Cold War in the early ’60s, two janitors (Sally Hawkins and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer) working the night shift in a restricted high security government laboratory discover a terrifying secret in this otherworldly fairytale from Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) who notes, “Well, the first thing is that I love monsters. I identify with monsters.”