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Monday 22, April

Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke

PG-13

Monday 22, April

The Boy and the Heron

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13

Monday 22, April

Tuesday 23, April

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Tuesday 23, April

Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke

PG-13

Tuesday 23, April

Wednesday 24, April

Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke

PG-13

Wednesday 24, April

Hundreds of Beavers

Hundreds of Beavers

Wednesday 24, April

Thursday 25, April

Late Night With the Devil

Late Night With the Devil

R

Thursday 25, April

Friday 26, April

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Friday 26, April

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Friday 26, April

Saturday 27, April

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

R

Saturday 27, April

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Saturday 27, April

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Saturday 27, April

Sunday 28, April

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Sunday 28, April

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

R

Sunday 28, April

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Sunday 28, April

Monday 29, April

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Monday 29, April

Hundreds of Beavers

Hundreds of Beavers

Monday 29, April

Tuesday 30, April

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Tuesday 30, April

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Tuesday 30, April

Wednesday 1, May

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Wednesday 1, May

Late Night With the Devil

Late Night With the Devil

R

Wednesday 1, May

Thursday 2, May

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Thursday 2, May

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Thursday 2, May

Friday 3, May

The People's Joker

The People's Joker

Friday 3, May

Late Night With the Devil

Late Night With the Devil

R

Friday 3, May

Saturday 4, May

Hundreds of Beavers

Hundreds of Beavers

Saturday 4, May

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Saturday 4, May

Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

Saturday 4, May

The People's Joker

The People's Joker

Saturday 4, May

Sunday 5, May

The People's Joker

The People's Joker

Sunday 5, May

Hundreds of Beavers

Hundreds of Beavers

Sunday 5, May

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Sunday 5, May

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World

From Golden Bear winner Radu Jude, DO NOT EXPECT TOO MUCH FROM THE END OF THE WORLD takes a fierce and darkly comic swipe at modern day life. Overworked and underpaid production assistant Angela (Ilinca Manolache) is assigned to film a workplace safety video for a multinational corporation in Bucharest. When one of the interviewees makes a statement that ignites a scandal, Angela has to re-invent the story. Featuring appearances from Nina Hoss, Uwe Boll, and Angela’s TikTok alter-ego Bobiță, Jude’s anarchic satire is a wild and unforgettable ride through the vulgar indignities of the 21st century. Winner—Special Jury Prize at Locarno "It captures what it’s like to live in this chaotic and deadening world so well it might be the movie of the year, and last year, and next year too. If a visitor from the future wanted to know what it was like to be alive right now, this is what I’d show them."—Slate In Romanian, English with English subtitles.

Friday 26, April

Saturday 27, April

Sunday 28, April

Thursday 2, May

Sunday 5, May

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

R

Meet me...in Montauk... 20th Anniversary Screenings! When their relationship turns sour, a young couple undergoes a medical procedure to have each other erased from their memories. 2005 Academy Award Winner—Best Original Screenplay

Saturday 27, April

Sunday 28, April

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Hundreds of Beavers

Hundreds of Beavers

A slapstick epic about a frostbitten battle between Jean Kayak and Diabolical Beavers—hundreds of them—who stand between him and survival. In this 19th century, supernatural winter epic, a drunken applejack salesman must go from zero to hero and become North America's greatest fur trapper by defeating hundreds of beavers. "Inspired absurdity...this ingeniously home-made lark never runs out of steam."—Variety "One of the best comedies in the last few years..By recognizing and reclaiming the methods used during the early days of movies, Mike Cheslik’s outrageous escalation of the classic hunter-hunted dynamic becomes a miraculous DIY celebration of enduring, universal truths about how we make each other laugh."—Paste Magazine

Wednesday 24, April

Monday 29, April

Saturday 4, May

Sunday 5, May

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Late Night With the Devil

Late Night With the Devil

R

Johnny Carson rival Jack Delroy hosts a syndicated talk show ‘Night Owls’ that has long been a trusted companion to insomniacs around the country. However, ratings for the show have plummeted since the tragic death of Jack’s beloved wife. Desperate to turn his fortunes around, on October 31st, 1977, Jack plans a Halloween special like no other- unaware he is about to unleash evil into the living rooms of America. Winner—Best Screenplay at Sitges "Dastmalchian goes even deeper and darker...[it's] a remarkable performance that will go down as one of the best in the entire horror genre."—A.V. Club "A nasty and delicious, unapologetic pastiche with a flair for menace. I had a blast."—NYTimes

Thursday 25, April

Wednesday 1, May

Friday 3, May

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Love Lies Bleeding

Love Lies Bleeding

R

From Director Rose Glass comes an electric new love story; reclusive gym manager Lou falls hard for Jackie, an ambitious bodybuilder headed through town to Vegas in pursuit of her dream. But their love ignites violence, pulling them deep into the web of Lou’s criminal family. "Love Lies Bleeding’s total lack of filter is its greatest strength. It’s the sort of film you instinctively want to tuck under a mattress: hot, nasty and mouth-wateringly disreputable, this is cinema with nothing to lose."—The Telegraph "Glass looks back and she looks forward, going dark and oh-so-sweet in a thriller in which the greatest danger — and thrill — is finally love."—Manohla Dargis, NYTimes Critic's Pick Open captioned screenings: Friday 4/26 at 6:35pm, and Monday 4/29 at 6:40pm.

Friday 26, April

Saturday 27, April

Sunday 28, April

Monday 29, April

Tuesday 30, April

Wednesday 1, May

Thursday 2, May

Saturday 4, May

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Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Hirayama is content with his life as a toilet cleaner in Tokyo. Outside of his structured routine he cherishes music on cassette tapes, books, and taking photos of trees. Through unexpected encounters, he reflects on finding beauty in the world. Winner—Best Actor at Cannes 2024 Academy Awards Nomination—Best International Feature "Perfect Days is like nothing Wim Wenders has ever done before, but he’s also been trying to make this movie his whole life."—NYMag "This small, unassuming tale turns into the kind of earthshaking character study that reminds us why we go to the movies in the first place."—Rolling Stone In Japanese with English subtitles.

Tuesday 23, April

Tuesday 30, April

Saturday 4, May

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Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke

PG-13

A beautifully realized tale of civilization versus nature, PRINCESS MONONOKE is a true epic by Japan’s master animator Hayao Miyazaki. While protecting his village from a rampaging boar-god, the young warrior Ashitaka becomes afflicted with a deadly curse. To find the cure that will save his life, he journeys deep into the sacred depths of the Great Forest Spirit’s realm where he meets San (Princess Mononoke), a girl raised by wolves. It’s not long before Ashitaka is caught in the middle of a battle between iron-ore prospecting humans and the forest dwellers. He must summon the spirit-powers and all his courage to stop man and nature from destroying each other. One of Miyazaki’s most dark and mature films and certainly violent, PRINCESS MONONOKE is a fantasy epic with a dire environmental message. In Japanese with English subtitles.

Monday 22, April

Tuesday 23, April

Wednesday 24, April

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The Boy and the Heron

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13

After losing his mother during the war, young Mahito moves to his family’s estate in the countryside. There, a series of mysterious events lead him to a secluded and ancient tower, home to a mischievous gray heron. When Mahito’s new stepmother disappears, he follows the gray heron into the tower, and enters a fantastic world shared by the living and the dead. As he embarks on an epic journey with the heron as his guide, Mahito must uncover the secrets of this world, and the truth about himself. 2024 Academy Award Winner—Best Animated Picture 2024 BAFTA Award Winner—Best Animated Film 2024 Golden Globes Award Winner—Best Animated Picture "Magical, beautiful and uneasy...with Miyazaki, the draw is subliminal, tapping an unsettling emotional well that seals over as we age."—NYTimes Critic's Pick In Japanese with English subtitles.

Monday 22, April

The People's Joker

The People's Joker

This revolutionary DIY parody film and hilarious reimagining of the classic autobiographical coming-of-age story follows an unconfident, closeted trans girl as she moves to Gotham City to make it big as a comedian by joining the cast of UCB Live - a government-sanctioned late night sketch show in a world where comedy has been outlawed. As mainstream success eludes our heroine, leading her to unite with a ragtag team of rejects, misfits, and a certain love interest named Mister J, "Joker the Harlequin" is born again as a confident (and psychotic) joker on a collision course with the city's fascist caped crusader. Vats of feminizing chemicals, sexy cartoon interludes, scarecrow psychiatrists, CGI Lorne Michaels, and psychedelic gender dysphoria all play supporting roles. Helmed by writer/director/editor/star Vera Drew and using her own life experiences as a basis for the film, THE PEOPLE'S JOKER is a deeply personal journey that's as much documentary as it is parody. "A freestanding, freewheeling work that relies on familiar characters to tell a story closer in substance and tone to the sexual fury, social outrage, wild humor, and outlaw freedom of John Waters’s films"—Richard Brody, The New Yorker "Feels like getting away with something...It’s a film about outsiders, made by outsiders, that feels like outsider art, which is maybe the most exciting thing about it."—RogerEbert.com

Friday 3, May

Saturday 4, May

Sunday 5, May

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