Sea monsters, monarchs, ogres, and sorcerers: Salma Hayek and John C. Reilly star in this excursion into the dark heart of fairy tales.Find out more »
Set on the Afghan battlefield, Neither Heaven Nor Earth is a contemporary ghost story that’s both unabashedly mystical and thrillingly pulpy.Find out more »
A young French Red Cross doctor in Warsaw is treating the last of the French soldiers in the waning days of World War II. One night, a Benedictine nun appears on her doorstep.Find out more »
Bring a blanket. Bring the dog. And watch free screenings of classic films in Bloomington’s parks.
Friday, August 26 at 9pm in Bryan Park : WALL-E.
Nuts! is the sort of story the Coen Brothers would make up, except in this case, the story is true. NUTS! recounts the rags-to-riches tale of John Romulus Brinkley, a Kansas doctor who in 1917 discovered that he could cure impotence by transplanting goat testicles into men.Find out more »
Follows runaway Ricky and his cantankerous uncle on a manhunt through the New Zealand bush.Find out more »
There is something for everyone at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on Sunday, August 14. We are hosting four films.Find out more »
Dheepan is a Tamil freedom fighter. As the Civil War in Sri Lanka nears its end, Dheepan decides to flee, taking with him two strangers – a woman and a little girl – hoping that they will make it easier for him to claim asylum in Europe.Find out more »
Robert Frank, now 91 years old, is among the most influential artists of the last half-century. His seminal volume, The Americans, published in 1958, records the Swiss-born photographer’s candid reactions to peculiarly American versions of poverty and racism.Find out more »
six men on a fishing trip off the coast of Greece decide to play a game that will determine which of them is the best. What begins as a lampoon of bourgeois machismo and male anxiety develops into an incisive allegory for the state of contemporary Greece, and leaves a final impression as an empathetic, razor-sharp study of human nature itself.Find out more »
Todd Solondz’s uncompromising indie films, Happiness and Welcome to the Dollhouse, helped define cult filmmaking in the early ’90s. Weiner-Dog is the starkly funny story of a single dog and the lives she touches over her short but action-packed lifetime.Find out more »
Many politicians have seen their careers careen off the tracks, but few instances have been captured so completely on film as the incisive and painfully funny Weiner.Find out more »
Emmanuelle Bercot won the Best Actress prize last year at Cannes for her performance as an accomplished lawyer seduced by a sexy, stylish man of the world given to flights of charmingly offbeat spontaneity.Find out more »
Zero Days is a non-fiction thriller about the world of cyberwar and the never-before-told story of Stuxnet, a piece of self-replicating computer malware (known as a “worm” for its ability to burrow from computer to computer on its own) that the U.S. and Israel unleashed to destroy a key part of an Iranian nuclear facility, and which ultimately spread beyond its intended target.Find out more »