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  • All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White


    Directed by Babatunde Apalowo | 93 mins | 2023
    A tender, yearning city symphony that shows the quiet blossoming of romantic love between two men in a society—contemporary Nigeria—that spurns such attachments, Apalowo’s feature debut observes motorcycle courier Bambino (Tope Tedela) and photograph...

  • Sean Price Williams Selects

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    Acclaimed cinematographer (for the Safdie Brothers, Alex Ross Perry, and many others), director (of 2023’s "The Sweet East"), cinephile guru (his 1000 Movies, a list of all-time favorites, has been published by Metrograph Editions), and long-time video store clerk, Sean Price Williams has seen as...

  • Frontier
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    Directed by David Zellner | 82 mins | 2001
    Years before "Sasquatch Sunset," the Zellner Brothers made a foray into post-lingual cinema with the farcical fable Frontier, a knockabout surrealist comedy about two members of a research team who go native while on assignment in a stretch of uncharted ...

  • Little Joe Selects

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    Published between 2010 and 2021, cult periodical par excellence "Little Joe" put a decidedly queer spin on the conversation surrounding cinema and its history. To accompany the publication of a new collection of some of the finest essays, stories, and interviews from throughout "Little Joe"’s his...

  • Pride on Metrograph At Home

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    Summer is coming on fast, and with it comes Pride Month, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community that began in the wake of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 and has continued (and grown) ever since. Metrograph At Home has drummed up a parade of brazenly queer cinema from the likes of Apichatpong Weera...

  • Tarnation

    Directed by Jonathan Caouette | 92 mins | 2003
    A combination of video diary, dysfunctional family scrapbook, found footage documentary, and pop musical elegy, Caouette’s poignant, powerful breakthrough film tells the harrowing story of the filmmaker’s life, covering his mother’s damaging exposure...

  • As Seen by Dieudo Hamadi

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    Born in Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1984, Hamadi is one of the most compelling talents in contemporary African cinema and international nonfiction filmmaking as a whole. His intimately observed documentary works fix an acutely modern lens on urgent social issues and protracted political c...

  • The French
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    The French

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    Directed by William Klein | 130 mins | 1982
    “For me, this film encapsulates everything I loved and love about the tennis of that moment; and in the hands of the great and singular William Klein, it is at once a gripping sports page, a fascinating piece of reportage, and a work of art.”

    —Wes Ande...

  • An Experience To Die For

    Directed by Kim Ki-young | 100 mins | 1995
    The final completed film by Kim, one of the foremost directors of South Korea’s golden age, this gender-flipped take on Patricia Highsmith’s novel Strangers on a Train sees two women (one of them, Minari’s Youn Yuh-jung) make a deal to bump off one anoth...

  • Millennium Mambo

    Directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien | 107 mins | 2001
    A seductive submersion into the techno-scored neon nightlife of Taipei, Hou’s much-misunderstood marvel follows an aimless bar hostess drifting away from her blowhard boyfriend and towards a suave, sensitive gangster. A transfixing trance-out of a mov...