Films by Language


The Aura

El Aura

Fabián Bielinsky

Argentine director Fabian Bielinsky’s follow up to Nine Queens is a spellbinding, character driven heist film set in the magnificent mountain wilderness of Patagonia.

Battle in Heaven

Batalla en el cielo

Carlos Reygadas

Carlos Reygadas’ spectacularly grandiose follow-up to the startling Japón turns the struggle for the soul of its protagonist into an epic art-porn critique on the role of religion in Mexican life.

Los Olvidados

The Young and the Damned

Luis Buñuel

Luis Buñuel's violent drama of life without love in the dog-eat-dog slums of Mexico City has lost none of its shocking power after 56 years. (1950) “A great, great movie.” — J. Hoberman, Village Voice

The Method

El Método, aka The Grönholm Method

Marcelo Piñeyro

Seven executives compete in a boardroom until the last suit standing gets the job in this suavely savage corporate thriller that makes Neil La Bute seem sentimental.

The Passenger

Professione: reporter

Michelangelo Antonioni

Restored version of Antonioni’s brilliant hybrid of Hollywood thriller and existential mystery. The hippest film of 1975 was inexplicably withheld from circulation until now by its owner and star Jack Nicholson.

The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

Tommy Lee Jones

Tommy Lee Jones’ remarkable directorial debut (in which he also stars) dismantles the racism endemic in the western revenge drama genre. Written by Mexican Guillermo Arriaga (Amores Perros, 21 Grams).