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May 2020

John Lewis: Good Trouble

May 31 - August 3

OPENS JULY 3RD There are few who can rival Georgia Congressman John Lewis and his 60 plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform and immigration. John Lewis: Good Trouble tells the story of this national treasure so that generations to come can continue to learn from Mr. Lewis’ remarkable story. Through present day interviews as well as archival footage director Dawn Porter explores Lewis’ childhood, his inspiring family, and…

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Marona’s Fantastic Tale

May 31 - August 3

opens July 3rd Marona is a mixed-breed Labrador whose life leaves deep traces among the humans she encounters. After an accident, she reflects on all the homes and different experiences she’s had. As Marona’s memory journeys into the past, her unfailing empathy and love brings lightness and innocence into each of her owners’ lives, in this beautiful and deeply emotional story of an average dog and her extraordinary life. (92 min / in Romaian and French with subtitles) Critic’s Pick!…

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June 2020

The Girl With a Bracelet

June 1 - August 15

Do you like mysteries? We’re screening two this month: one from France and one from Italy.

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The Invisible Witness

June 1 - July 31

We are featuring two delicious murder mysteries this week in our virtual cinema, one from Italy and one from France. Both feature characters accused of murder and under house arrest, an apt metaphor for our lives in the summer of 2020.     THE INVISIBLE WITNESS:  A young, successful entrepreneur wakes up in a hotel room locked from the inside next to his dead lover. He becomes the chief suspect, While awaiting trial under house arrest, he enlists the aid…

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In My Blood it Runs

June 2 - July 9

Dujuan is a 10-year-old Arrernte boy from Mparntwe (Alice Springs) in Australia. Full of life and exuberance, he learns, with the support of his loving mother and grandmother, to hunt, speak two Indigenous languages, and become a healer.

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Joan of Arc

June 3 - July 9

Believing that God had chosen her, the young Joan leads the army of the King of France. When she is captured, the Church sends her for trial on charges of heresy. Refusing to accept the accusations, the graceful Joan of Arc will stay true to her mission.

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Pioneers of Queer Cinema

June 4 - July 12

For Pride month: Restorations of three “way ahead of their times” classics: Madchen in Uniform, Michael, and Victor and Victoria

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I Am Not Your Negro, Toni Morrison and Whose Streets?

June 5 - July 6

Director Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished – a radical narration about race in America, using the writer’s original words. He draws upon James Baldwin’s notes on the lives and assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr to explore and bring a fresh and radical perspective to the current racial narrative in America.

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Hong Sangsoo X 3

June 9 - July 9

Korean filmmaker Hong Sangsoo has made 21 deceptively buoyant, morally inquisitive films and is a regular at Cannes. Few of his films, however, have reached the States (although some of you saw The Day After when we screened it in 2018). Film distribution can be capricious – three of Hong Sangsoo’s films are finally being released this month . . . You can watch a trailer for Yourself and Yours or watch the entire movie right here, right now YOURSELF…

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A White, White Day

June 10 - July 10

This gritty Icelandic drama was shortlisted for an Academy Award nomination for Best International Feature Film

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The Wolf House

June 10 - July 9

An animated feature that tells the story of a young girl who escapes a cult colony of religious fanatics during Chile’s darkest years under rule of military dictator, Augusto Pinochet. The Wolf House is “astounding.” -The NY Times

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Mysteries of Lisbon

June 11 - August 5

Raul Ruiz’s masterful adaptation of the classic Portuguese novel evokes the complex intertwined narratives of Victor Hugo and Charles Dickens and is “one of the first cinematic masterpieces of this century.” – Film Comment

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