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Wednesday, April 26


Short Cuts 2
Various - Canada, France, Hungary, Nigeria, USA, Sweden - 107 mins

6:15 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

This collection of shorts features a mix of narrative, documentary and animation: Balcony by David Dell'edera, Bayard and Me by Matt Wolf, Garden Party by Florian Babikian, Vincent Bayoux, Victor Caire, Théophile Dufresne, Gabriel Grapperon & Lucas Navarro, Ilse by Leah Varjacques & Katherine Nagasawa, Laps by Charlotte Wells, Lucia, ... more

J: Beyond Flamenco
Carlos Saura - Spain - 87 mins

6:30 PM
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In his latest film, prolific filmmaker Carlos Saura captures the vivacity and charisma of the traditional Spanish jota, a waltz-like castanet dance. J: Beyond Flamenco begins with a dance class showing young performers, from diverse walks of contemporary Spanish life, kicking and jumping with highly coordinated agility. Saura then guides ... more

Obit
Vanessa Gould - USA - 93 mins

6:30 PM
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Modern obits concern next to nothing about death and "everything to do with life," says an obit writer. "We look for people who changed the way we live," explains William McDonald, obituaries editor at The New York Times, in Vanessa Gould's bright look at the paper's obituary desk. Gould has crafted a celebration of the tradition of memorializing ... more

The Preacher
Magdy Ahmed Ali - Egypt - 120 mins

6:30 PM
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A celebrity imam? Why not, as the first few rat-a-tat minutes of writer-director Magdy Ahmed Ali's provocative new Egyptian drama The Preacher (adapted from Ibrahim Eissa's best-selling novel) charts the mercurial rise of charismatic moderate Sheikh Hatem (Amr Saad), who parlays his slick yet committed message into a loving family, lavish ... more

Santa & Andres
Carlos Lechuga - Cuba, France, Colombia - 105 mins

6:30 PM
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It's 1983 in a small village in the east of Cuba. One-time novelist Andres (Eduardo Martínez) looks out his window and sees a young countrywoman, Santa (Lola Amores), approaching his hut, chair in hand. She's prepared to watch over him for the next 3 days. The revolutionary government has already ostracized Andres, and banned him from ... more

Searchers (Maliglutit)
Zacharias Kunuk - Canada - 94 mins

6:30 PM
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Taking John Ford's classic western as a touchstone, filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk (Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner) forges a spectacular revenge saga set in the arctic shortly before World War I. When an Inuk man, Kuanana, returns from a hunt, he discovers that a rival has raided his igloo, kidnapped his wife and daughter, and slaughtered the ... more

The Dancer
Stéphanie di Giusto - France - 108 mins

8:15 PM
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Nothing in her background destined Loïe Fuller (the mononymous Soko) from the American Midwest to become a Belle Époque icon, much less a dancer at the Paris Opera. Even at the risk of destroying her back and damaging her eyes from the stage lights, she never falters in the quest to perfect her art. The Dancer chronicles Fuller's voyage ... more

Death in Sarajevo
Danis Tanovic - Bosnia & Herzegovina - 85 mins

8:30 PM
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Winner of the Jury Grand Prix and the International Film Critics Award at last year's Berlin International Film Festival, Death in Sarajevo is a timely drama from acclaimed Bosnian filmmaker Danis Tanovic (FFDC 2015's Tigers, the 2001 Foreign Language Oscar®-winning No Man's Land). At Sarajevo's Hotel Europe, preparations are under ... more

Strangers on the Earth
Tristan Cook - USA, Spain - 96 mins

8:30 PM
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One of Europe's most popular pilgrimages, the Camino de Santiago attracts wayfarers of all stripes to walk its ancient paths in search of meaning. One such pilgrim is Dane Johansen, an American cellist who in 2014 ventured to walk the Camino, a nearly 600-mile journey, with his instrument on his back, performing music for his fellow pilgrims ... more

Across the Waters
Nicolo Donato - Denmark - 95 mins

8:45 PM
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Enjoying the nightlife of 1943 Copenhagen, guitarist Arne Itkin (David Dencik) is seemingly immune to the hardships of war as the Danish government opts for a compliant relationship with Nazi Germany. He is initially skeptical when his terrified wife, Miriam (Danica Curcic), hears rumors of the round-up and deportation of Danish Jews. ... more

To Keep the Light
Erica Fae - USA - 88 mins

8:45 PM
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Movies and lighthouses share qualities of projected light and incipient drama alternating with meditative stillness. Those factors produce a kind of synchronic beauty in To Keep the Light, a film written by, directed by, and starring Erica Fae. Set in 1876, it is the story of a Maine lighthouse keeper's wife, Abbie, who, unbeknownst to ... more

Fast Convoy
Frédéric Schoendoerffer - France - 102 mins

9:00 PM
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Imagine seven people, four cars, and one day to get from Málaga to Paris with a serious load of drugs. When a shoot-out with Spanish cops turns ugly and a French tourist is taken hostage, things get out of hand. In Europe, a "go-fast" is a drug run done by way of car convoy. In this film, the term has little to do with squeaking tires ... more