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Current Programming

Sept. 21–Oct. 11
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Now in its 34th year, the Festival is one of the largest and longest-running showcases of Latin American cinema in the United States, dedicated to presenting Latin America's prolific and versatile talent during National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Post–screening wine reception on Sept. 29
Former lovers and tango partners (Darío Grandinetti and Mercedes Morán) reunite for a rollicking road trip through Argentina, where secrets will be revealed and relationships rekindled, in Marina Seresesky's charming, crowd-pleasing comedy.
Sept. 29, 7:00 p.m.; Oct. 1, 2:30 p.m.
North American Premiere
This spellbinding blend of ethnography and narrative filmmaking sees directors Joao Salaviza and Renee Nader Messora continue their work with the Indigenous Krahô community, who play themselves and collaborate on a script that chronicles centuries of exploitation.
Sept. 30, 4:30 p.m.; Oct. 3, 8:15 p.m.
Mexican gunslinger Silva (Pedro Pascal) is hoping to rekindle a romance with the gruff sheriff Jake (Ethan Hawke) after a 25-year absence. But Silva also needs a favor. Pedro Almodóvar's short Western sizzles with desire, star power and style. Screening with his 2020 short THE HUMAN VOICE, starring Tilda Swinton.
Sept. 30, 7:10 p.m.
U.S. Premiere
In this noir-tinged revenge thriller from Mexican auteur Amat Escalante, an idealistic laborer becomes entangled in a wild web of lies involving a religious cult, contemporary art, labor disputes, corrupt police and criminal gangs while seeking justice for his vanished mother.
Sept. 30, 8:40 p.m.; Oct. 2, 7:00 p.m.
Q&A with filmmaker Brenda Vanegas
Salvadoran filmmaker Brenda Vanegas crafts a powerful drama based on real-life stories in the tale of 11-year-old Lucia, who lives near El Salvador's Lake Coatepeque and returns to her abusive home one day to find all her siblings missing.
Oct. 4, 7:10 p.m.
U.S. Premiere
Q&A with producer Álvaro Olmos
In Alejandro Quiroga's captivating neo-Western, a farmer decides to fight back and take a stand against inequality when all the water in his small Bolivian border town has been diverted to a wealthy Argentine landowner.
Oct. 5, 7:00 p.m.
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From the mind of John Carney (ONCE, SING STREET) comes a new drama about the transformative power of music, when a single mom (Eve Hewson) tries to get through to her rebellious teenage son with the help of a washed-up musician (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and an old acoustic guitar.
New 4K Restoration
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Considered one of the greatest concert films of all time, Jonathan Demme's 1984 documentary was filmed over three nights as rock band Talking Heads played some of their most memorable songs live at Hollywood's Pantages Theater in 1983.
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Paul Dano, Pete Davidson, Vincent D'Onofrio and Shailene Woodley star in the ultimate David vs. Goliath tale, based on the insane true story of the everyday people who shocked Wall Street by turning GameStop into the world's hottest company.
Held over!
This essential memoir of fashion pioneer Bethann Hardison spotlights one of the industry's most influential icons: a Black model, modeling agent and entrepreneur who has pushed the boundaries of fashion culture. Directed by Hardison and Frédéric Tcheng.
Animator Javier Mariscal and director Fernando Trueba (CHICO AND RITA) reunite for an animated, Bossa Nova-inflected documentary about virtuoso Brazilian pianist Francisco Tenório Júnior, who disappeared under mysterious circumstances during the military dictatorship of Argentina in 1976.
Oct. 6, 7:00 p.m.
Gustavo is a yoga instructor on the verge of a mid-life crisis. He'll have to rely on therapy, yoga retreats and the possibility of romance to find balance in this new phase of life. Martín Rejtman's hilarious, deadpan comedy mines his own experience as a yogi to get to the root of middle-aged malaise.
Oct. 7, 4:55 p.m.; Oct. 11, 9:45 p.m.
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New 4K Restoration
Awash in a mood of hushed, hypnotic dread, Kiyoshi Kurosawa's spellbinding 1997 horror film follows a detective (Kōji Yakusho) as he is drawn into a labyrinthine investigation after a string of shocking and grisly murders.
Oct. 7, 9:30 p.m.; Oct. 11, 9:20 p.m.
2024 Oscar® Selection, Venezuela
Q&A with filmmaker Miguel Angel Ferrer and producers Maritza Carbajal and Maylen Calienes
A deaf young man teams up with his older brother, a blue–collar worker with hidden talents, to enter a music contest with a top prize that could lift them out of poverty in Miguel Angel Ferrer's heart–tugging drama.
Oct. 8, 6:45 p.m.
Post–screening reception
Presented in recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Day
Two children raised in isolation in the Peruvian Andes must fend for themselves for the first time — and discover the culture that was kept from them. Leonardo Barbuy La Torre's drama features stunning black-and-white photography, immersive sound design and an arresting score.
Oct. 9, 7:00 p.m.
2024 Oscar® Selection, Chile
Post–screening reception
Three men are tasked with securing a route to the coast through Chile's Tierra del Fuego region. When they encounter an Indigenous tribe, a brutal killing spree begins. Set in 1901, Felipe Gálvez's debut trains an unflinching eye on the horrors of colonialism.
Oct. 10, 7:00 p.m.
Bank teller Morán is ready to take a gamble. He plans to rob the bank, do a little time and then never work another day in his life. He just needs co-worker Román to stash the cash so both men can get a taste of freedom. Rodrigo Moreno's shaggy-dog bank heist-turned-romantic comedy was a hit at the Cannes Film Festival.
Oct. 12, 7:15 p.m.
2024 Oscar® Selection, Brazil
Q&A with filmmaker Kleber Mendonça Filho
Brazilian filmmaker Kleber Mendonça Filho turns his camera inward in this charming personal essay, reflecting on his filmmaking journey and the dwindling cinemas of his hometown. The result is a love letter to film, family and the power of cinemas.
Oct. 11, 7:00 p.m.
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Intros by Eddie Muller, host of TCM's NOIR ALLEY, Oct. 13–15. Intros by film historian Foster Hirsch Oct. 20–22
Every film in this year's lineup is celebrating its 75th anniversary, from well-known classics like THE NAKED CITY, THEY LIVE BY NIGHT and RAW DEAL to rarities like THE HUNTED, screening in a rare 35mm preservation print.
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Oct. 24–Nov. 2
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Get in the spooky spirit with this annual celebration of scary movies! Highlights include Count Gore De Vol presenting Brian De Palma's PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE, a new 4K DCP of THE EXORCIST for its 50th anniversary and campy cult classic THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW with a live shadowcast by Bloody Mayhem Theatrical.
Oct. 27–Nov. 18
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Presenting restored favorites and rare gems from the silent era, almost all with live musical accompaniment. Highlights include vampire classic NOSFERATU, Harold Lloyd in SAFETY LAST! and Buster Keaton in OUR HOSPITALITY, plus 35mm prints of Rin Tin Tin adventure CLASH OF THE WOLVES, gangster tale DRAGNET GIRL and slapstick comedy WHY WORRY?
Nov. 16–19
Filmmaker Robert Mugge will be present at all screenings to provide intros/discussions and book sales/signings
Acclaimed documentarian Robert Mugge is known for his extensive career capturing the lives and work of musicians. This series presents a snapshot of his expansive output through seven films that examine musicians Sun Ra, Gil Scott-Heron, Al Green, Sonny Rollins and more.

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