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Friday, April 28


After Love
Joachim Lafosse - France, Belgium - 100 mins

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

Marie and Boris seem to have it all—a modern home; sparkling, loving twin girls; good looks—but this is all they have. We enter the marriage mid-crisis, and thanks to a camera that never wavers from its domestic witness, we see it through to the end in this beautifully crafted and delicately acted chamber piece. Boris (Cédric ... more

Footnotes
Paul Calori, Kostia Testut - France - 83 mins

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

La La Land isn't the only retro movie musical worth making a song and dance about. To be sure, the continentals do things slightly differently. After last year's well-received Belgian Rhapsody, here is another romantic musical comedy that addresses social issues. Inspired by the films of Jacques Demy and Stanley Donen, the whimsical Footnotes ... more

The Good Postman
Tonislav Hristov - Finland, Bulgaria - 80 mins

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

A tiny village on the eastern edge of Bulgaria has been resisting foreign invaders since the days of the Ottoman Empire. Now its electorate of 38 Bulgarians is facing a tough decision. "The Great Gate," as the village has been nicknamed for centuries, is in the middle of a European crisis: every night, Syrian refugees cross the border ... more

Play the Devil
Maria Govan - Trinidad and Tobago, The Bahamas, USA - 90 mins

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

Bursting with style and vision against the lush landscape of Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival, Bahamian writer-director Maria Govan's sophomore feature complicates notions of masculinity, privilege, and sexuality in a nuanced coming-of-age portrait that deftly thwarts any easy moral judgments of its characters' actions and desires. Gregory, ... more

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

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

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

Two Trains Runnin'
Sam Pollard - USA - 82 mins

6:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

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

The African Doctor
Julien Rambaldi - France - 94 mins

8:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

Thanks to charming performances by Mark Zinga and Aïssa Maïga, The African Doctor is an endearing and beautifully crafted feel-good film about exclusion, resilience, and perseverance. In 1975, the mayor of Marly-Gomont wants to be re-elected and needs to find a doctor for the small French village. He decides on Seyolo Zantoko (Zinga), ... more

A Good Wife
Mirjana Karanovic - Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia - 94 mins

8:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

In her directorial debut, actress Mirjana Karanovic brings us a drama about a wife's courage, a husband's secret, and a nation's past. She plays Milena, a middle-aged Serbian suburbanite. Her daughter, Natasha (Hristina Popovic), is a successful human rights worker and although Vlada (Boris Isakovic) isn't necessarily the catch of the ... more

The Outsider
Christophe Barratier - France - 117 mins

8:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

We're still dealing with many ramifications of 2008's global financial meltdown. Writer-director Christophe Barratier seeks to put a face to that event and get inside the mind of a man who could, literally, gamble with millions—and billions—of other people's money. Outsider pulls us behind the headlines for the true tale of ... more

A Quiet Passion
Terence Davies - Belgium, UK - 126 mins

8:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

A new film by Terence Davies is always something to celebrate. The great British director of Distant Voices, Still Lives, and The House of Mirth is himself a poet of human emotions, so when he takes on a biography of Emily Dickinson, the results are enthralling, but quietly so. The Dickinson household of Amherst, under a stern but loving ... more

All of a Sudden
Asli Özge - Germany, Netherlands - 112 mins

9:00 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

A mysterious woman dies after a party at the apartment of young Karsten (Sebastian Hülk), the privileged son of a powerful family in a small northern German town. Adding to the confusion is Karsten's curious split-second decision and action as the strange woman lies gasping on his kitchen floor. As details slowly emerge about the woman ... more

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

9:00 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales

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