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July on Filmatique: Ecologies

  July on Filmatique: Ecologies Filmatique’s Ecologies series continues with Ixcanul, Jayro Bustamante’s stunning portrayal of female indigeneity that immerses the spectator in the rhythms of a disappearing world, amidst ever-present threats of geological rupture and encroaching modernity. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.

May on Filmatique: American Indie II

Filmatique’s American Indie II series continues with Sophia Takal’s Green, which charts a topography of a woman’s fragile, jealous mind when ensconced with her boyfriend in the bucolic hinterlands of upstate New York. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First month free.  

March on Filmatique: Foreign Language Oscar Submissions II

Filmatique’s Foreign Language Oscar Submissions II Series continues with The Sound of Things, Costa Rican filmmaker Ariel Escalante’s debut feature which excavates the vicissitudes of a young woman’s grief in small, observational moments that gain accumulative power. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First

Deadline Approaching for FLMTQ Talents

FLMTQ Talents is a new initiative that aims to discover and distribute daring works from new filmmakers around the globe.  Selected projects will receive one-year of digital distribution on Filmatique. In its inaugural year, the curators of art-house distribution platform Filmatique will screen 5 selected features and 10 shorts in

February on Filmatique: My French Film Festival II

Filmatique’s My French Film Festival II Series continues with Black Tide,Èrick Zonca’s Parisian noir in which a washed-up detective, played with aplomb by Vincent Cassel, conducts an investigation that seems to always lead back to himself. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.

December on Filmatique: New Asian Voices II

Filmatique’s New Asian Voices II Series continues withSanjeewa Pushpakumara’s stark and poetic Burning Birds, a story of female fortitude against the extrajudicial political violence of Sri Lanka’s civil war. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First month free.

October on Filmatique: Swiss Films

Filmatique’s Swiss Films Series continues with Dene Wos Guet Geit (Those Who Are Fine), Cyril Schäublin’s detached and darkly humorous satire exploring the lives of characters both central and oblique to a confidence scheme in Switzerland’s largest city. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required. FLMTQ membership is

Filmatique Launches Online Film Festival

Filmatique is pleased to announce the creation of FLMTQ Talents, an online film festival that aims to discover and distribute works from daring new filmmakers around the globe. In its inaugural year, the curators of art-house distribution platform Filmatique will screen 10 selected features and 20 shorts

June on Filmatique: Best Undistributed

  June on Filmatique: Best Undistributed Every year, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Film Comment magazine publishes a list of critically-acclaimed films that have not received US distribution.  Many of these films are avant-garde, experimental; others are stirring portraits from regions of the world either not considered

May on Filmatique: C’est Cannes!

Filmatique’s C’est Cannes! Series continues with After Love, a chamber drama starring Bérénice Bejo that tackles the financial and emotional aftermath of a failed marriage. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.    

January on Filmatique: New South American Cinema

During the month of January, Filmatique is hosting four films from exciting new voices in South America.  Featuring the works of three female filmmakers, three feature debuts and official Foreign Language Oscar submissions from Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia, Filmatique’s New South American Cinema series portrays the shifting