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The latest releases and special screenings hitting Music City this week. For a complete list of upcoming releases, check out our 2024 Film Guide.

Longlegs Osgood Perkins (son of Anthony) further establishes himself as a singular horror director with this moody serial killer thriller that finds an FBI agent (Maika Monroe) facing off against a psychopath (Nicholas Cage) with whom she may have a personal connection. Perkins’s The Blackcoat’s Daughter and Gretel & Hansel are two of the most original horror films of the past few years. Early raves and a pitch-perfect marketing campaign that reaches Blair Witch heights could propel this into the summer’s most unlikely hit. Now playing in theaters. 

Fly Me to The Moon The star-studded, big-budget Hollywood comedy makes a comeback with Scarlett Johannson as a PR maven tasked with creating a backup moon landing in case Apollo 11 fails and Channing Tatum as the NASA launch director with whom she clashes. The kind of breezy good time summer moviegoing was made for. Now playing in theaters. 

Last Summer French cinema’s ultimate provocateur, Catherine Breillat, returns from a decade-long hiatus with a taboo-smashing, May-December story of a lawyer who unexpectedly falls for her 17-year-old stepson. Expect the kind of honest and absorbing dissection of sexual politics American film largely abandoned years ago. Now playing at The Belcourt. 

Eno A documentary about the iconic Roxy Music frontman would be a must-see, but director Gary Hustwit has brought the world’s generative movie that–much like an Eno show–never replicates itself. Using software developed specifically for the project, Hustwit gives Eno’s life the “Choose Your Own Adventure Treatment” with millions of possibilities. Featuring a post-screening Q&A with Hustwit. Thursday at The Belcourt.

North By Northwest Celebrate the 65th anniversary of Hitchcock’s classic featuring Cary Grant as the victim of a mistaken identity, Eva Marie Saint as the woman he loves, an unparalleled chase sequence on Mount Rushmore, and a crop duster that remains one of cinema’s most enduring images. Fully restored in 4k! Now playing at the Belcourt.

St. Laurent Bertrand Bonello’s biopic of the pioneering fashion designer made waves upon its release in 2014 and has garnered a fervent cult following since. Playing Wednesday at The Belcourt.

Touch Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur shifts away from action flicks (Contraband, 2 Guns) for an intimate, intercontinental drama about a widower trying to track down his first love fifty years later. Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20.

The Lion King Revisit the 30th anniversary of Peak Disney as Hamlet with jungle cats returns to the big screen. Now playing in theaters.

Lumina Who doesn’t want to see an alien abduction indie film about a group of teens searching for their friend that also features a supporting turn from Eric Roberts?  Now playing at AMC Murfreesboro 16. 

Dandelion A singer-songwriter in a downward spiral finds love and fulfillment when she joins a group of vagabond musicians in this well-reviewed indie drama. Now playing in theaters. 

8 Mile Eminem’s only foray into acting is better than any biopic of the rapper had any right to be thanks to the talents of Curtis Hanson (L.A. Confidential, Wonder Boys). Lose yourself in an early aughts gem, Playing as part of The Belcourt’s Music City Mondays

Spy Kids No one expected the director of El Mariachi to make a family film, but the 2001 adventures of a clan of international espionage experts still has a following. Playing Tuesday at The Belcourt.

Hindustani 2/Bharateeyudu 2/Indian 2 (Telugu/Hindi/Tamil) A vigilante joins forces with a vlogger to expose the corrupt politicians running India in the shadows. Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20 and Regal Hollywood 27. 

Sarfira (Hindi) Bollywood’s latest musical follows an entrepreneur trying to make a low-cost airline a reality in the face of corporate monopoly. Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27.