Stacy Martin is known for her work on Nymphomaniac: Vol. I(2013), Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (2013) and Winter (2013).
A thriller about an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to enable its operatives to inhabit other people's bodies, ultimately driving them to carry out assassinations for high-paying clients.
Directed by: Brandon Cronenberg
As: Marianne de Charpillon
London, 18th century. Casanova, famous for his taste for pleasure and gambling, arrives from Paris, forced into exile. In this city he knows nothing about, the libertine meets on several occasions a young prostitute, Marianne de Charpillon. She attracts him to the point he starts disregarding all other women. The legendary seducer is ready to do anything to get her, but la Charpillon always escapes under ...
Runtime: 98 min.
Directed by: Benoît Jacquot
In 1999 teenage sisters Celeste and Eleanor survive a seismic, violent tragedy. The sisters compose and perform a song about their experience, making something lovely and cathartic out of catastrophe — while also catapulting Celeste to stardom. By 2017, Celeste is mother to a teenage daughter of her own and struggling to navigate a career fraught with scandals when another act of terrifying ...
Runtime: 110 min.
Directed by: Brady Corbet
As: Actress #2
The best women of British acting go to an audition for a dream role, primed to take on the role of a lifetime: that complex woman, the strong woman, a woman for today.
Runtime: 11 min.
Directed by: Jessica Swale
As: Rosy Monroe
A socially awkward young man kidnaps an aspiring actress with the hope that they will fall in love. A psychosexual noir that explores power dynamics between men and women.
Runtime: 92 min.
Directed by: Jessica Manafort
The story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather Jean Paul Getty to pay the ransom.
Runtime: 132 min.
Directed by: Ridley Scott
As: Anne Wiazemsky
In 1967, during the making of “La Chinoise,” film director Jean-Luc Godard falls in love with 19-year-old actress Anne Wiazemsky and marries her.
Runtime: 107 min.
Directed by: Michel Hazanavicius
The film centers on a random act of theft that has put Tom Hammond's life into a tailspin. Stolen from his bookshop is Tom's most treasured possession, a photograph of him with his son Luke...their last moment of shared happiness. The Last Photograph is set between London in 2002, and a dark night in 1988 when Pan Am 103 was blown out of the sky over Lockerbie.
Runtime: 85 min.
Directed by: Danny Huston
She’s the most beautiful, most short-sighted, most sentimental, most perplexing, most obstinate, most untrustworthy and most troubling of heroines. The lady in the car has never seen the sea. On the run from the police, she keeps telling herself that she’s not crazy… Only...
Runtime: 93 min.
Directed by: Joann Sfar
As: Young Dora
The Queen of Selvascura risks everything to be a mother; the King of Roccaforte falls in love with the voice of a mysterious girl; the King of Altomonte becomes obsessed with a flea and neglects his daughter.
Runtime: 134 min.
Directed by: Matteo Garrone
As: Young Joe
A man named Seligman finds a fainted wounded woman in an alley and he brings her home. She tells him that her name is Joe and that she is nymphomaniac. Joe tells her life and sexual experiences with hundreds of men since she was a young teenager while Seligman tells about his hobbies, such as fly fishing, reading about Fibonacci numbers or listening to organ music.
Runtime: 117 min.
Directed by: Lars von Trier
As: Young Joe
The continuation of Joe's sexually dictated life delves into the darker aspects of her adult life and what led to her being in Seligman's care.
Runtime: 123 min.
Directed by: Lars von Trier
As: Girl in Night Store
Set against the backdrop of a small traveling circus, a European clown and his 5-year-old daughter lead each other through the everyday mysteries of love, magic and loss. Based on the long poem “The Clown” by Anthony Lucero.
Directed by: Anthony Lucero