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  • Yesterday
  • Yesterday (PG-13)

    Director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and screenwriter Richard Curtis (Love Actually) have divergent cinematic sensibilities, but they meld well enough in this bittersweet, slightly wacky musical fantasy rom-com about an alternative universe where the Beatles never existed. more...
  • Films by Liam Young

    Architect and filmmaker Liam Young presents a program of his films, which combine documentary material from various locations with a fictional framework. more...
  • The Year of Spectacular Men
  • The Year of Spectacular Men (NR)

    Actor Lea Thompson (Back to the Future) makes her directorial debut with this ribald comedy about young-adult growing pains, costarring her real-life daughters, Zooey and Madelyn Deutch, as siblings and featuring herself as their New Age-y mother. more...
  • Yomeddine
  • Yomeddine

    An unlikely protagonist sets off on a mission in A.B. Shawky’s hero’s journeyesque film. more...
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  • You Are My Friend

    Peter Lataster and Petra Lataster-Czisch directed this Dutch documentary about an immigrant Macedonian boy as he learns a new language and culture. more...
  • Youth (NR)

    Xiaogang Feng's film focuses on the personal dramas of several members of a cultural arts troupe in 1970s China. more...
  • You're Killing Me Susana
  • You're Killing Me Susana (NR)

    In this offbeat romance, a happy-go-lucky actor in Mexico City (Gael García Bernal) is shocked when his wife (Verónica Echegui) abruptly leaves him and even more shocked when their mutual friends are unsurprised. more...
  • The Young Karl Marx
  • The Young Karl Marx

    Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck, emboldened by his success at bringing James Baldwin's prose to life with the documentary I Am Not Your Negro (2016), tackles a more difficult literary endeavor: dramatizing the life experiences that drove Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels to write the Communist Manifesto in 1848. more...
  • You Can't Have It

    In this André Gordon-directed thriller, a group of friends experience betrayal, sex and murder the night before their favorite bar closes. more...
  • The Young Messiah (PG-13)

    Based on the novel, Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt, this Cyrus Nowrasteh-directed biblical drama revolves around an interpretation of a young Jesus trying to discover the truth about his life after returning to Nazareth from Egypt. more...
  • Yasuni Man

    Ryan Killackey's documentary looks at the conflict between the native Waorani people of Ecuador and the corporate and government interests that want to develop their land in the Amazon. more...
  • The Young Offenders

    Peter Foott directed this Irish comedy about two hapless young men riding stolen bikes to the sea to search for a bale of shipwrecked cocaine. more...
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting (NR)

    Hoping to draw attention to environmental causes, movie pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, aka the Yes Men, stage several elaborate hoaxes for this third documentary feature. more...