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The newest A24 film, Everything Everywhere All At Once, garnered critical praise, audience enjoyment, and buzz like no other indie film this year. This is all thanks to the marketing and exceptional selections of film distribution company A24, which now has a substantial relationship with the film’s directors, particularly Daniel Scheinert (who also directed Swiss Army Man and The Death of Dick Long for this company). To celebrate this amazing new film, here is a list of movies released by A24 that begin to sum up its already legendary legacy.

20th Century Women (2016)

20th Century Women (2016)

Directed by Mike Mills

A young boy lives an atypical life with his single mom in the boarding house she owns, slowly shaped by the modern world of the late 70s by his mom’s tenants and his troubled best friend.

Amy (2015)

Amy (2015)

Directed by Asif Kapadia

This in-depth, never-before-seen personal look into the life of Amy Winehouse uses home video footage from her entire life, even up to her tragic end.

Boys State (2020)

Boys State (2020)

Directed by Amanda McBaine, Jesse Moss

The annual Texas Boys State brings 15-year-olds together to learn about politics by dividing them into two groups and allowing them to build their own platforms and sponsor someone to lead their party and run for governor, the highest position of the event.

C'mon C'mon (2021)

C'mon C'mon (2021)

Directed by Mike Mills

A radio host takes temporary care of his nephew amid his brother-in-law’s mental breakdown. After a period of strain, the two form a special relationship of familial bond that changes both of their lives.

De Palma (2016)

De Palma (2016)

Directed by Noah Baumbach, Jake Paltrow

De Palma is as clear of a film documentary as possible: it’s just director Brian De Palma talking about his films.

De Palma | Official Trailer HD | A24

Eighth Grade (2018)

Eighth Grade (2018)

Directed by Bo Burnham

Eighth Grade follows 13-year-old Kayla, who navigates the awkwardness and self-loathing of her age by posting YouTube videos.

The End of the Tour (2015)

The End of the Tour (2015)

Directed by James Ponsoldt

Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky tasks himself with following author David Foster Wallace on his Infinite Jest book tour, discovering the troubled yet endearing character of Wallace in this road trip docudrama.

Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

Directed by Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert

A woman discovers that she can access versions of herself across the multiverse, just in time to use her ability to fight against a dark figure trying to destroy all of them.

Ex Machina (2015)

Ex Machina (2015)

Directed by Alex Garland

A computer programmer at a top-notch tech company gets an invitation from his boss to visit him in his reclusive home for a secret project. The mission is to discover if his new artificial intelligence can functionally pass as human, though the peculiar inventor might have more on his mind than a simple test.

The Farewell (2019)

The Farewell (2019)

Directed by Lulu Wang

A 20-something Chinese-American woman travels to China to see her Grandma, who does not know that she has cancer and this will likely be the last time they see her.

First Cow (2020)

First Cow (2020)

Directed by Kelly Reichardt

A cook and a salesman of sorts team up to sell some coveted baked goods in early-19th-century Western America, but have to steal some materials that are not readily available in the undeveloped area.

First Reformed (2018)

First Reformed (2018)

Directed by Paul Schrader

After a small church’s pastor meets a man with a particularly bad case of lapsed faith, his life begins to slowly unravel in this tense psychological drama.

The Florida Project (2017)

The Florida Project (2017)

Directed by Sean Baker

A single mother and her six-year-old daughter live in a Florida motel without any future prospects. Through the eyes of this still innocent child, we experience a slice of life not often portrayed in films.

Hereditary (2018)

Hereditary (2018)

Directed by Ari Aster

Horror, family, loss, and grief collide in one of the most terrifying, shocking, and thoroughly disturbing A24 films.

In Fabric (2019)

In Fabric (2019)

Directed by Peter Strickland

A divorced mother is looking for an entry point back into dating life when she stumbles across… a cursed dress! … in this black-comedy/horror film.

Lady Bird (2017)

Lady Bird (2017)

Directed by Greta Gerwig

A confident, quirky teen deals with an overbearing mother and the pressures of applying to college as part of a lower-middle-class family in Sacramento.

The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019)

The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019)

Directed by Joe Talbot

Jimmie wants desperately to buy back the two-story Victorian house his grandfather built in San Francisco, only slightly deterred by the fact that he could never afford it on his minimum wage salary.

Locke (2014)

Locke (2014)

Directed by Steven Knight

A man drives away from his family and work obligations on a mission to own up to his mistakes, spending the entire film on the phone with them trying to right as many wrongs as he can while on the trip.

Menashe (2017)

Menashe (2017)

Directed by Joshua Z. Weinstein

Menashe is a widowed Hasidic Jewish father, who according to customs must find a wife or give up his son to live in a proper environment.

Moonlight (2016)

Moonlight (2016)

Directed by Barry Jenkins

Through three stages of Chiron’s life, we get to experience his coming-of-age in this Best Picture-winning film.

The Souvenir (2019) & The Souvenir Pt II (2021)

The Souvenir (2019) & The Souvenir Pt II (2021)

Directed by Joanna Hogg

Joanna Hogg’s two-part, semi-autobiographical magnum opus taps into her unique process for a candid story of toxic love and the resulting effect leading to one’s artistic drive.

Most A24 films are now on Showtime for streaming, except for the occasional ones on Netflix like Lady Bird and Apple TV+ such as Boys State. Catch up now, and see Everything Everywhere All At Once in theaters while you can!

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