• Drafthouse Films snags TIFF standout THE KEEPING ROOM

    It's been called Cold Mountain meets Straw Dogs and it is stunning

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  • Announcing 25 DAYS OF DRAFTHOUSE

    The only advent calendar worth a damn: 25 titles. 25 days. 50% off.

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  • Why Don’t You Play In Hell? has arrived!

    Sion Sono's absolutely insane action-comedy about filmmaking, yakuza and toothpaste is now in theaters and On Demand!

    Watch it RIGHT NOW! →

  • THE OVERNIGHTERS opens Friday with director Q&As!

    Jesse Moss' shocking, award-winning documentary about work, community and forgiveness.

    Learn more & take action here! →

  • THE DOG is in theaters and On Demand TODAY!

    The raucous look at the man who inspired Al Pacino's character in DOG DAY AFTERNOON can be seen almost anywhere.

    Find out where to watch! →

  • Michel Gondry’s MOOD INDIGO – In Theaters Now!

    It's a love story starring Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris, Gondry-style.

    Get Tickets Here →

  • THE CONGRESS heads to theaters this Friday, available NOW On Demand!

    Watch Ari Folman's mind-bending Cannes stunner starring Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel and John Hamm TODAY!

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  • Drafthouse Films Acquires Groundbreaking Cannes Award-Winner THE TRIBE

    Set at a Ukrainian boarding school for the deaf, the film’s narrative unfolds purely through sign language without a need for employing subtitles or voiceover.

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  • NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN, we promise.

    The 2013 Cannes shocker is in theaters now!

    Click here for tickets and more info! →

  • THE ACT OF KILLING Nominated For Best Doc Oscar®

    Joshua Oppenheimer's highly-acclaimed doc advances in the Oscar® race and returns to theaters Feb 7th.

    Watch It Now →

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