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Thursday, April 27


Backpack Full of Cash
Sarah Mondale - USA - 95 mins

6:15 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

Before the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Director Sarah Mondale and Co-producer Vera Aronow couldn't have known how aptly their documentary would function as a follow-up to Congressional hearings for Education Secretary, with their discussion of charter schools, vouchers, and the general trend toward the privatization of public education ... more

To Keep the Light
Erica Fae - USA - 88 mins

6:15 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

A Wedding
Stephan Streker - Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Pakistan - 98 mins

6:15 PM
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Wearing a hijab with style is the least of Belgian college student Zahira's challenges. Pregnant by her fellow Muslim boyfriend, she must consider an abortion. The first surprise in this film that takes no attitudes for granted is how Zahira's Pakistani immigrant parents receive the news. The second is what they have planned for her following ... more

Goldstone
Ivan Sen - Australia - 110 mins

6:30 PM
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Winner of four prizes at the Film Critics Circle of Australia—including Best Picture, Director, and Screenplay—the sun-bleached film noir Goldstone is the powerful standalone sequel to writer-director-cinematographer-editor-composer Ivan Sen's 2013 breakthrough film Mystery Road. The action revolves around determined yet damaged ... more

Two Trains Runnin'
Sam Pollard - USA - 82 mins

6:30 PM
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Narrated by award-winning performer Common, this lively documentary fills the screen with music as it investigates two tracks of American history and culture that came together in the benighted towns of Mississippi during the 1964 "Freedom Summer." In that charged season, thousands of college students descended on America's most segregated ... more

A Window to Rosália
Caroline Leone - Brazil, Argentina - 85 mins

6:30 PM
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Sixty-three-year-old Rosália spends her days in silence as a production manager in an electronics factory. After a merger, her services are no longer required and her world collapses. In desperation she turns to her brother, José, who is about to drive a luxury car from São Paulo to bustling Buenos Aires for his boss's daughter. José ... more

Marie Curie, the Courage of Knowledge
Marie Noëlle - Germany, Poland, France - 95 mins

8:30 PM
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Polish actress Karolina Gruszka stars in this sweeping biography of the legendary Nobel Prize-winning physicist and chemist, who courted controversy with both her challenge of France's male-dominated academic establishment and her unconventional romantic life. Marie Curie, the Courage of Knowledge depicts the blissful union between Marie ... more

Short Cuts 1
Various - Canada, Finland, France, Hungary, USA - 106 mins

8:30 PM
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This collection of shorts features a mix of narrative, documentary and animation: The Geneva Convention by Benoît Martin, The Law of Averages by Elizabeth Rose, Love by Réka Bucsi, Once Upon a Line by Alicja Jasina, Tomato by Hanna Maylett, Twinsburg by Joe Garrity, Victor and Isolina by William Caballero, Visions of an Island by Sky ... more

At the End of the Tunnel
Rodrigo Grande - Argentina, Spain - 120 mins

8:45 PM
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Alone in a sprawling, ramshackle house and confined to a wheelchair, Joaquín (Leonardo Sbaraglia) passes his days in the dank basement, chain-smoking and puttering with old computers that seem as useless as he appears. When a vibrant young woman, Berta (Clara Lago), and her mute daughter, Betty (Uma Salduende), arrive in response to an ... more

Tomorrow
Cyril Dion, Mélanie Laurent - France - 120 mins

8:45 PM
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If the terms "global warming" and "sixth extinction event" make you hide your brain under a cat video, you need a dose of Tomorrow. Winner of the 2016 César (the French Oscars®) for best documentary, this is a brilliant exploration of possibility in the face of terrifying probability. French actress Mélanie Laurent joined activist and ... more

The Wedding Party
Kema Adetiba - Nigeria - 110 mins

8:45 PM
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Love, laughs, family, intrigue, and a big wedding. Romantic comedies offer particular pleasures, and no one does them like Nollywood: Brighter, more colorful, and often more outrageous than its Hollywood counterparts, this Nigerian romantic comedy is something to behold. Art gallery owner Dunni (Adesua Etomi) is the cherished daughter ... more

Solitaire
Sophie Boutros - Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt - 92 mins

9:00 PM
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Lebanese writer-director Sophie Boutros and Jordanian writer-producer Nadia Eliewat have taken up the challenge of capturing Lebanon and Syria's checkered history of conflict and heartache with an added element of comedy. Therese is the wife of a mayor of a small village in Lebanon. The highly anticipated visit of her daughter's suitor's ... more