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March 23, 2019

screenings

  • 9:45 PM

    Vice

    March 29, 2019

    Biography / 2019 / 132 minutes

    The epic story of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.

  • 9:15 PM

    Vice

    March 28, 2019

    Biography / 2018 / 132 minutes

    The epic story of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.

  • 9:30 PM

    Vice

    March 27, 2019

    Biography / 2018 / 132 minutes

    The epic story of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.

  • 7:00 PM

    White Material

    March 27, 2019

    Drama / 2010 / 106 minutes

    Amidst turmoil and racial conflict in a Francophone African state, a white French woman fights for her coffee crop, her family and ultimately for her life.

  • 3:00 PM

    The Wife

    March 24, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 100 minutes

    Though she has gifted us with many memorable, impeccably performed roles, Glenn Close's turn in Bjorn Runge's The Wife has been singled out as one of the actresses' best, which is no small claim. Playing the infallibly supportive and oft suffering wife of a Nobel Prize winning author (the equally engaging Jonathan Price) – Close is indeed superb; able to convey a complex, fully-realized inner life with little more than a glance or a facial expression, effortlessly tracking her character's emotional journey along a time-hopping chronicle of a seemingly happy marriage built on one-sided selflessness and sacrifice. To his credit Runge's direction is sturdy and intuitive – he knows to stay out of the way of his powerhouse cast – and in keeping the story focused on character and grounded in a believable reality he confidently delivers one of the best dramas of 2018. With Christian Slater as a tenacious biographer whose probing gives the film its narrative thrust.

  • 5:15 PM

    The Wife

    March 23, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 100 minutes

    Though she has gifted us with many memorable, impeccably performed roles, Glenn Close's turn in Bjorn Runge's The Wife has been singled out as one of the actresses' best, which is no small claim. Playing the infallibly supportive and oft suffering wife of a Nobel Prize winning author (the equally engaging Jonathan Price) – Close is indeed superb; able to convey a complex, fully-realized inner life with little more than a glance or a facial expression, effortlessly tracking her character's emotional journey along a time-hopping chronicle of a seemingly happy marriage built on one-sided selflessness and sacrifice. To his credit Runge's direction is sturdy and intuitive – he knows to stay out of the way of his powerhouse cast – and in keeping the story focused on character and grounded in a believable reality he confidently delivers one of the best dramas of 2018. With Christian Slater as a tenacious biographer whose probing gives the film its narrative thrust.

  • 5:45 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 31, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

  • 3:00 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 31, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

  • 10:45 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 30, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

  • 5:45 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 30, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

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