Lates are late-night weekend screenings of the new cult film canon.
- August 31-September 2: Fascination - From the late French writer-director Jean Rollin (The Nude Vampire), this tale of a spooky chateau and its lovely, dangerous inhabitants is one of his best.
- September 7-8: Noroit - From the director of Celine & Julie Go Boating and Duelle comes a labyrinthine and beautiful pirate adventure starring Geraldine Chaplin (Remember My Name).
- September 14: Symptoms - This deeply creepy film about madness and isolation is programmed by guest programmer Michael Tully, whose film Don’t Leave Home opens September 14.
- September 15: Cure - This gruesome and terrifying Japanese police-procedural film is also guest programmed by Tully.
- September 21-22 and 24: The Color of Pomegranates - Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov’s signature film is like no other moving image work ever created. Gorgeous, emotionally moving and deeply weird.
- October 5-7: Buffalo ‘66 - Writer/director/star Vincent Gallo’s bizarre film is also one of the most important and influential movies of the ‘90s. Christina Ricci co-stars.
- October 12-13 and 15: Daisies - From groundbreaking Czech New Wave director, Vera Chytilová, comes a free-spirited, anarchic feminist classic and ode to girlhood in all its revelry.
- October 19-20: The Addiction - Lili Taylor stars in Abel Ferrara’s appropriately transgressive New York vampire film. The cast also includes Christopher Walken and Annabella Sciorria.