The Ross Online Streaming
Past Dates & Times
- Fri, May 1, 2020 - Sun, May 31, 2020
Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
313 N. 13th St.
Although The Ross remains temporarily closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are still offering high quality movies, not on our screens but streaming from links posted on our website. We now have twelve feature length movies, and a compilation from the Cat Video Festival streaming, with more to come, plus productions of the Met Opera and the London National Theatre. The movies are all current releases, ones of all genres, and ones from all around the world. Please view the list below of our offerings and visit www.theross.org to rent those movies. Rental fees for on-demand streaming of these movies will be shared with The Ross by their distributors who are offering them to support independent cinemas around the country. Consequently, our patrons can still support The Ross, even though it is closed, by staying home and watching these streaming movies. Sorry, but you’ll have to supply your own popcorn. See you at the movies!
AND THEN WE DANCED (Sweden, Georgia, France) directed by Levan Akin. A passionate coming-of-age tale set amidst the conservative confines of modern Tbilisi, the film follows Merab, a competitive dancer who is thrown off balance by the arrival of Irakli, a fellow male dancer with a rebellious streak.
BACURAU (Brazil, France) directed by Juliano Dornelles & Kleber Mendonça Filho. After the death of her grandmother, Teresa comes home to her matriarchal village in a near-future Brazil to find a succession of sinister events that mobilizes all of its residents.
BEYOND THE VISIBLE: HILMA AF KLINT (Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom) directed by Halina Dyrschka. The first abstract artist was a woman, misjudged and concealed, Hilma Klint rocks the art world with her mind-blowing oeuvre.
BEST OF CATVIDEOFEST. For the first time ever, CatVideoFest is available to screen virtually outside of theaters!
THE BOOKSELLERS (United States) directed by D.W. Young. A behind-the-scenes look at the New York rare book world.
CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY (France, New Zealand) directed by Justin Pemberton. Adapting one of the most groundbreaking and powerful books of our time, CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY is an eye-opening journey through wealth and power, that breaks the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress, shining a new light on the world around us and its growing inequalities.
DEERSKIN (France) directed by Quentin Dupieux. A man's obsession with his designer deerskin jacket causes him to blow his life savings and turn to crime.
INCITEMENT (Israel) directed by Yaron Zilberman. Details the year leading to the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995), from the point of view of the assassin.
SOMEONE, SOMEWHERE (France, Belgium) directed by Cédric Klapisch. Rémy, a young Parisian with an unskilled job. Mélanie, a young she-Parisian who works in scientific research. Two depressive moods living in close proximity but strange to each other. Shall the two ever meet?
SORRY WE MISSED YOU (United Kingdom, France, Belgium) directed by Ken Loach. Hoping that self-employment through gig economy can solve their financial woes, a hard-up UK delivery driver and his wife struggling to raise a family end up trapped in the vicious circle of this modern-day form of labor exploitation.
THE TIMES OF BILL CUNNINGMAN (United States) directed by Mark Bozek. A new feature film documentary about legendary New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham.
A WHITE, WHITE DAY (Iceland, Denmark, Sweden) directed by Hlynur Palmason. An off duty police begins to suspect a local man of having had an affair with his recently dead wife. Gradually his obsession for finding out the truth accumulates and inevitably begins to endanger himself and his loved ones.
THE WILD GOOSE LAKE (China, France) directed by Yi'nan Diao. A gangster on the run sacrifices everything for his family and a woman he meets while on the lam.