Hoping this comes to LA soon.
Chelsea on the Rocks - Was worried in the first few minutes that it would be a bunch of talking heads telling whacky stories, ended up being a totally compelling look at an era of American art-culture that is all but dead. The reenactments are hilariously awful, but I think in way they really fit with the punk feel of the whole thing.
La danse - The dance is amazing, and the personalities/backstage politics are mostly fascinating - it's fun to watch Wiseman film people who are performers by profession. Is his other ballet thing as good?
Le bete humaine - Probably my least favorite of the 30's Renoir I've seen, but Simone Simon was perfect.