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  • The Naked Island (NR)

    A moving tale of patience, heartbreak, and endurance, this 1960 Japanese drama takes place mostly on a tiny island in the Seto Inland Sea, where a married couple and their two small boys eke out a modest living as farmers. more...
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  • Native Land (NR)

    A fascinating relic from 1942, codirected, cowritten, and partially shot by the great still photographer Paul Strand in collaboration with Leo Hurwitz. more...
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  • Neruda
  • Neruda (NR)

    As in Jackie, his other 2016 release, Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín employs an unconventional, nonlinear structure for this biopic of politician and poet Pablo Neruda. more...
  • Neshoba: The Price of Freedom (NR)

    Revisiting the murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, who arrived in Neshoba County, Mississippi in the summer of 1964 to register black voters, documentary filmmakers Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano reveal that there’s been little retribution for the tragic events that transpired more than 45 years ago. more...
  • Newlyweds (NR)

    Writer/director Edward Burns (Sidewalks of New York, The Brothers McMullen), who shot this sly comedy on his home turf in TriBeCa, stars as a personal trainer who's newly married to doe-eyed Caitlin Fitzgerald, a restaurant manager whose night shift limits their time together. more...
  • The Nine Muses (NR)

    A bookworm's delight, this 2010 experimental feature by John Akomfrah (Handsworth Songs) incorporates passages from Homer, Dante, Cummings, Eliot, and other classic authors into a dense literary mosaic. more...
  • Nocturama
  • Nocturama (NR)

    Nocturama, Bertrand Bonello's arty French thriller about a coordinated terror attack in Paris, wrapped production just before ISIL staged its horrifying November 2015 assault on multiple targets in the city, claiming 130 lives. more...
  • North by Northwest (NR)

    Cary Grant, a martini-sodden advertising director, awakes from a middle-class daydream into an underworld nightmare when he's mistaken for a secret agent (1959). more...
  • Nosferatu (NR)

    A masterpiece of the German silent cinema and easily the most effective version of Dracula on record. more...
  • Nossa Chape
  • Nossa Chape (NR)

    An extraordinary sports documentary and a compelling human-interest story, this documentary follows the rising Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense after the November 2016 plane crash that killed 19 players and the entire staff. more...
  • Nostalgia for the Light (NR)

    Documentary maker Patricio Guzman—who's borne witness to the Chilean coup with The Battle of Chile (1978), Chile, Obstinate Memory (1997), The Pinochet Case (2001), and Salvador Allende (2004)—looks heavenward with this entrancing essay film (2010). more...