GERMAN ANGST
2015, Artsploitation Films, 112 min, Germany, Dir: Jörg Buttgereit, Andreas Marschall, Michal Kosakowski

Three filmmakers create a triptych of horrors guaranteed to scare and provoke! Provocateur extraordinaire Jörg Buttreig returns with a simple tale of killers and animals; you’ll never look at hamsters the same way again. Andreas Marschall is back with a dark dream of sexual desire, morbid curiosity and monsters of a very real kind. Finally, Michal Kosakowski brings forth a tale of history repeating with most offensive results - a frightening exploration of the division of guilt. With English subtitles.


GRAND CENTRAL
2013, Ad Vitam Distribution, 94 min, France, Austria, Dir: Rebecca Zlotowski

Gary (Tahar Rahim) gets a maintenance job at a nuclear power plant in the French countryside – risky work made even riskier when he falls for a coworker’s fiancée (Léa Seydoux of BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR). “A love triangle so intense it’s practically radioactive foregrounds GRAND CENTRAL, an engrossing, superbly acted working-class melodrama.” – Scott Foundas, Variety. In French with English subtitles.


NO ABRAS NUNCA ESA PUERTA and SI MUERO ANTES DE DESPERTAR
NEVER OPEN THAT DOOR and IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I WAKE
1952, Argentine Estudios San Miguel, 151 min, Argentina, Dir: Carlos Hugo Christensen

Be here for the U.S. premiere of this stunning anthology film adapted from the short stories of noir master Cornell Woolrich. Originally conceived by its makers as a single film, the titles were released separately. Tonight marks the first time they have been screened in a single, unified presentation, in newly struck prints funded by the Film Noir Foundation, complete with - for the first time ever - English subtitles. In Spanish with English subtitles. NOT ON DVD.


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