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October 2018

Three Identical Strangers

October 5 - October 20

The true story of three identical triplets who are separated at birth, each adopted by a different family, each unaware of the existence of the others. Then as college students they are reunited. Their jaw-dropping, feel-good story sets in motion a series of events that unearth an unimaginable secret – a secret with radical repercussions for us all.

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Madeline’s Madeline

October 5 - October 21

Single Tickets $6     Semester Passes $35     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus?      WATCH THE TRAILER Madeline has become an integral part of a prestigious physical theater troupe. When the workshop’s ambitious director pushes the teenager to weave her rich interior world and complex relationship with her mother into their collective art, the lines between performance and reality begin to blur. The resulting battle between imagination and appropriation rips out…

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Memoir of War

October 12 - October 27

It’s 1944 Nazi-occupied France, and Marguerite (Mélanie Thierry) is an active Resistance member along with husband Robert Antelme and a band of fellow subversives. Memoir of War is adapted from the 1985 autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras.

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NY International Children’s Film Festival

October 21 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Two programs of short films from around the world for the young and the young at heart. Some films are animated, some are live-action. The festival features short films for children from France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, the UK, Australia, Russia, Canada, and the Czech Republic.

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NY International Children’s Film Festival, Program 1 (Ages 3-7)

October 21 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Recommended ages: 3-7 in English, No dialogue  BUY TICKETS (one ticket admits you into both programs) Kid Flicks One gives a warm welcome to all budding cinephiles with this lively international lineup of fun. Kick off the festivities with good hygiene and great dubstep in Party Mouth (USA), then let your hair—or, er fur—down and hang loose in I Want to Live in the Zoo (Russia). And, even if you get into a tangle, there will be someone to catch…

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NY International Children’s Film Festival, Program 2 (ages 8+)

October 21 @ 3:15 PM - 4:40 PM

Program 2 Shorts | 79 min.Recommended ages: 8-80 in English, No dialogue, with English subtitles  BUY TICKETS (one ticket admits you into both programs) With a compelling range of styles and themes, Program 2 offers clever, thought-provoking films sure to inspire audiences ages 8+ to expand their horizons. In the Grand Prize award-winner Game (USA), AJ has the drive to excel but must push through obstacles to get there. Meanwhile, teamwork takes on different stripes when an odd couple of…

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Mary Shelley

October 21 @ 5:15 PM - 7:30 PM

She will forever be remembered as the writer who gave the world Frankenstein. But the real life story of Mary Shelley—and the creation of her immortal monster—is nearly as fantastical as her fiction.

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Dark Money

October 21 @ 8:00 PM - 9:45 PM

Single Tickets $6     Semester Passes $35     Where Are Films Shown?     Where Can I Park for free on Campus?   Sunday, Oct 21 at 8pm at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater DARK MONEY, a political thriller, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. The film takes viewers to Montana—a frontline in the fight to preserve fair elections nationwide—to follow an intrepid local journalist working…

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November 2018

The Bookshop

November 2 - November 18

England, 1959. A free-spirited widow risks everything to open a bookshop in a conservative seaside English village. Based on the beloved novel by Penelope Fitzgerald.

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Monrovia, Indiana

November 9 - November 11

Welcome to Monrovia, Indiana. With a dwindling population of 1,083, the small town, first founded in 1834 as one of many farming communities that served as the backbone of early America. Acclaimed non-fiction filmmaker Frederick Wiseman’s newest film explores the conflicting stereotypes and illustrates how values like community service, duty, spiritual life, generosity and authenticity are formed, experienced and lived.

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Love, Gilda

November 16 - November 18

trail-blazing comedienne Gilda Radner reflects on her life and career. Weaving together her recently discovered audiotapes, interviews with friends (Chevy Chase, Lorne Michaels, Laraine Newman, Paul Shaffer and Martin Short), rare home movies and diaries read by modern-day comedians

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Eating Animals

November 18

How much do you know about the food that’s on your plate? Based on the bestselling book by Jonathan Safran Foer and narrated by co-producer Natalie Portman, Eating Animals is an eye-opening look at the environmental, economic, and public health consequences of factory farming. Tracing the history of food production in the United States, the film charts how farming has gone from local and sustainable to a corporate Frankenstein monster that offers cheap eggs, meat, and dairy at a steep cost

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Tea With The Dames

November 18

What happens when four legends of British stage and screen get together? Dame Maggie Smith, Dame Judi Dench, Dame Eileen Atkins, and Dame Joan Plowright are among the most celebrated actresses of our time, with scores of iconic performances, decades of wisdom, and innumerable Oscars, Tonys, Emmys, and BAFTAs between them. They are also longtime friends who hereby invite you to join them for a weekend in the country

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