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Join Janus Films in 2018 as we celebrate the centennial of the Swedish director’s birth with a traveling retrospective of all of his theatrical films!
With his second feature, a towering epic that took him years to complete, Andrei Tarkovsky waded deep into the past and emerged with a visionary masterwork.
In Jean Vigo’s hands, an unassuming tale of conjugal love becomes an achingly romantic reverie of desire and hope.
Bruno Ganz is Damiel, an angel perched atop buildings high over Berlin who can hear the thoughts—fears, hopes, dreams—of all the people living below. "Wings of Desire" forever made the name Wim Wenders synonymous with film art.
From the gutters of Poverty Row came a movie that, perhaps more than any other, epitomizes the dark fatalism at the heart of film noir.
In one of Akerman’s most penetrating character studies, Anna, an accomplished filmmaker (played by Aurore Clément), makes her way through a series of European cities to promote her latest movie.
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15 Jun, 2018
One Sings, the Other Doesn't opens in Manhattan. Read More
10 Apr, 2018
Ahead of its first theatrical run in the US, check out the new poster and trailer for Assayas's early masterpiece. Read More
About Janus Films
Janus Films was founded in 1956, in the historic Brattle Theatre in
Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was the first theatrical distribution
company dedicated to bringing international art-house films to U.S.
audiences, including the work of
François Truffaut, and
Janus handles rights in all media, and its library has grown to more than 800 films.