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Monday 24, June

Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelle

Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelle

Monday 24, June

Thelma

Thelma

PG-13for strong language.

Monday 24, June

Ghostlight

Ghostlight

Rfor language.

Monday 24, June

I Used to be Funny

I Used to be Funny

TBC

Monday 24, June

Tuesday 25, June

I Used to be Funny

I Used to be Funny

TBC

Tuesday 25, June

Thelma

Thelma

PG-13for strong language.

Tuesday 25, June

Tuesday

Tuesday

Rfor language.

Tuesday 25, June

Ghostlight

Ghostlight

Rfor language.

Tuesday 25, June

I Saw the TV Glow

I Saw the TV Glow

PG-13for violent content, some sexual material, thematic elements and teen smoking.

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

Ghostlight

Ghostlight

Rfor language.

Wednesday 26, June

Thelma

Thelma

PG-13for strong language.

Wednesday 26, June

Tuesday

Tuesday

Rfor language.

Wednesday 26, June

I Used to be Funny

I Used to be Funny

TBC

Wednesday 26, June

I Saw the TV Glow

I Saw the TV Glow

PG-13for violent content, some sexual material, thematic elements and teen smoking.

Wednesday 26, June

Rear Window

Rear Window

PG

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

Ghostlight

Ghostlight

Rfor language.

Thursday 27, June

Thelma

Thelma

PG-13for strong language.

Thursday 27, June

I Used to be Funny

I Used to be Funny

TBC

Thursday 27, June

Tuesday

Tuesday

Rfor language.

Thursday 27, June

I Saw the TV Glow

I Saw the TV Glow

PG-13for violent content, some sexual material, thematic elements and teen smoking.

Thursday 27, June

Friday 28, June

Woman in the Dunes

Woman in the Dunes

Friday 28, June

Saturday 29, June

Woman in the Dunes

Woman in the Dunes

Saturday 29, June

Sunday 30, June

Woman in the Dunes

Woman in the Dunes

Sunday 30, June

To Have and Have Not

To Have and Have Not

G

Sunday 30, June

Tuesday 2, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Tuesday 2, July

Wednesday 3, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Wednesday 3, July

To Have and Have Not

To Have and Have Not

G

Wednesday 3, July

X

X

Rfor strong bloody violence and gore, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use, and language.

Wednesday 3, July

Thursday 4, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Thursday 4, July

Pearl

Pearl

Rfor some strong violence, gore, strong sexual content and graphic nudity.

Thursday 4, July

Friday 5, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Friday 5, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Saturday 6, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Saturday 6, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Sunday 7, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Sunday 7, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Double Feature
Swing Fever & Carolina Blues Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Sunday 7, July

Monday 8, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Monday 8, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

A Confucian Confusion

A Confucian Confusion

Monday 8, July

Tuesday 9, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Tuesday 9, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Tuesday 9, July

Wednesday 10, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Wednesday 10, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Double Feature
Swing Fever & Carolina Blues Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Wednesday 10, July

X

X

Rfor strong bloody violence and gore, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use, and language.

Wednesday 10, July

Thursday 11, July

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

Thursday 11, July

MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

Pearl

Pearl

Rfor some strong violence, gore, strong sexual content and graphic nudity.

Thursday 11, July

Friday 12, July

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction

Rfor strong graphic violence and drug use, pervasive strong language and some sexuality

Friday 12, July

Saturday 13, July

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction

Rfor strong graphic violence and drug use, pervasive strong language and some sexuality

Saturday 13, July

Sunday 14, July

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction

Rfor strong graphic violence and drug use, pervasive strong language and some sexuality

Sunday 14, July

Purple Noon

Purple Noon

PGfor momentary violence and sexuality

Sunday 14, July

Monday 15, July

Red Desert

Red Desert

Monday 15, July

Wednesday 17, July

Purple Noon

Purple Noon

PGfor momentary violence and sexuality

Wednesday 17, July

Sunday 21, July

The American Friend

The American Friend

Sunday 21, July

Monday 22, July

Vive L'Amour

Vive L'Amour

Monday 22, July

Wednesday 24, July

The American Friend

The American Friend

Wednesday 24, July

Friday 26, July

Kwaidan

Kwaidan

Friday 26, July

Saturday 27, July

Kwaidan

Kwaidan

Saturday 27, July

Sunday 28, July

Kwaidan

Kwaidan

Sunday 28, July

Double Indemnity

Double Indemnity

PG

Sunday 28, July

Monday 29, July

Crooklyn

Crooklyn

PG-13

Monday 29, July

Wednesday 31, July

Double Indemnity

Double Indemnity

PG

Wednesday 31, July

Friday 2, August

Natural Born Killers

Natural Born Killers

Rfor extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality

Friday 2, August

Saturday 3, August

Natural Born Killers

Natural Born Killers

Rfor extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality

Saturday 3, August

Sunday 4, August

Natural Born Killers

Natural Born Killers

Rfor extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality

Sunday 4, August

Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

R

Sunday 4, August

Monday 5, August

Three Colors: Blue

Three Colors: Blue

Monday 5, August

Wednesday 7, August

Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

R

Wednesday 7, August

Sunday 11, August

Alma’s Rainbow

Alma’s Rainbow

Sunday 11, August

Monday 12, August

Three Colors: White

Three Colors: White

Monday 12, August

Wednesday 14, August

Alma’s Rainbow

Alma’s Rainbow

Wednesday 14, August

Friday 16, August

The Brother from Another Planet

The Brother from Another Planet

Rfor language, some drug content and brief nudity

Friday 16, August

Saturday 17, August

The Brother from Another Planet

The Brother from Another Planet

Rfor language, some drug content and brief nudity

Saturday 17, August

Sunday 18, August

The Brother from Another Planet

The Brother from Another Planet

Rfor language, some drug content and brief nudity

Sunday 18, August

Stranger Than Paradise

Stranger Than Paradise

R

Sunday 18, August

Monday 19, August

Three Colors: Red

Three Colors: Red

Rfor a brief but strong sex scene

Monday 19, August

Wednesday 21, August

Stranger Than Paradise

Stranger Than Paradise

R

Wednesday 21, August

Sunday 25, August

Sabrina

Sabrina

Sunday 25, August

Wednesday 28, August

Sabrina

Sabrina

Wednesday 28, August

Sunday 1, September

On the Waterfront

On the Waterfront

PG

Sunday 1, September

Monday 2, September

The Natural

The Natural

PG

Monday 2, September

Wednesday 4, September

On the Waterfront

On the Waterfront

PG

Wednesday 4, September

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A Confucian Confusion

A Confucian Confusion

(Edward Yang, 1994, 125 min) Set in the material world of 1990s Taipei, Yang's panoramic satire depicts a skyline choked by smog and the neon signs of global corporations. With sharp wit, Yang explores the self-absorption of twentysomething urbanites, including impresario Molly (Ni Shujun), her suspicious wealthy fiancé, her talk-show-host sister, and the sister’s estranged husband, a novelist imagining a horrified reincarnated Confucius in modern society. Although a shift from his earlier dramatic films, this ambitious and incisive piece shows Yang searching for the soul of a country he no longer recognizes.

Monday 8, July

Alma’s Rainbow

Alma’s Rainbow

(Ayoka Chenzira, 1994, 85 min) Alma’s Rainbow is a coming-of-age comedy-drama about three Black women in Brooklyn. Directed by Ayoka Chenzira, it follows teenager Rainbow Gold (Victoria Gabrielle Platt) as she navigates womanhood, beauty standards, and self-image while living with her straight-laced mother, Alma (Kim Weston-Moran), who runs a beauty parlor at home. The arrival of Alma's free-spirited sister Ruby (Mizan Kirby) from Paris sparks a clash over Rainbow's future. Ruby brings with her a vibrant world where Black women exercise their agency and embrace life and love.

Sunday 11, August

Wednesday 14, August

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Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

Blood Simple 40th Anniversary

R

(Joel & Ethan Coen, 1984, 99 min) Joel and Ethan Coen’s darkly comic journey through misfit America began with Blood Simple, a razor-sharp neo-noir set in Texas. The late, great M. Emmet Walsh stars as a morally bankrupt private eye, while Frances McDormand’s debut performance launched her career. The Coens' tight scripting and inventive style, combined with Barry Sonnenfeld's neon-infused cinematography and Carter Burwell's haunting score, reinvented film noir and transformed the American independent cinema scene.

Sunday 4, August

Wednesday 7, August

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Crooklyn

Crooklyn

PG-13

(Spike Lee, 1994, 115 min) Written with his siblings, Joie and Cinqué, Crooklyn is a semi-autobiographical Spike Lee Joint. A familial effort that started specifically with a script by Spike Lee’s sister, Joie Lee, entitled Hot Peas and Butter, the name of a street game the kids used to play. “The film’s enduring power lies in Spike’s ability to capture the heart of what love and loss looks like for the Carmichael family, and by extension, any family. For me, putting a Black girl at the center of a story anyone in the world could relate to only solidifies the film’s legacy. But for Joie Lee, who was simply writing a story about herself and her family, race was never a question. ‘I don’t think of Crooklyn as cerebral, I think of it as celebratory,’ she said. ‘Crooklyn is a film about memory.’” - Danielle Cadet, Refinery29

Monday 29, July

Double Indemnity

Double Indemnity

PG

(Billy Wilder, 1944, 107 min) Nominated for seven Academy Awards at the 17th Oscars, Double Indemnity is one of the most influential noir films ever made. It set the aesthetic standard with new techniques that became film noir staples like using venetian blinds to cast shadows on a scene and narration from the protagonist throughout the film. The script was a collaboration between Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler. Starring Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, and Edward G. Robinson, this is a classic you can’t afford to miss.

Sunday 28, July

Wednesday 31, July

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Ghostlight

Ghostlight

Rfor language.

Country USA Running Time 115 minutes Distributor IFC Films Director Kelly O'Sullivan, Alex Thompson Cast Keith Kupferer, Katherine Mallen Kupferer, Tara Mallen, Dolly De Leon, Hanna Dworkin Devastated by the loss of a child, middle-aged father Dan struggles to control his anger at work and grows distant from his grief-stricken family. When a stranger (Dolly De Leon, Triangle of Sadness) bullies him into joining a floundering community theater production of Romeo and Juliet, Dan slowly begins to reopen to life’s possibilities. With breakout performances from the real-life Kupferer family in the lead roles and a cathartic ending for the ages, this funny and bittersweet film celebrates the profound love at the heart of the deepest grief, and the pleasures of putting on a show. Official Selection: Sundance, SXSW “A funny, intelligent and yet at times almost unbearably sad movie that takes a searing family tragedy and spins it into a riveting redemption story.” – Deadline

Monday 24, June

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

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I Saw the TV Glow

I Saw the TV Glow

PG-13for violent content, some sexual material, thematic elements and teen smoking.

WEEKLY OPEN CAPTION SCREENINGS: Saturday & Wednesday Matinees Tuesday Evening Teenager Owen is just trying to make it through life in the suburbs when his classmate introduces him to a mysterious late-night TV show a vision of a supernatural world beneath their own. In the pale glow of the television, Owen's view of reality begins to crack. Jane Schoenbrun is a non-binary filmmaker and writer dedicated to making and supporting personal, queer cinema. Their work includes I Saw the TV Glow, We're All Going to the World's Fair, A Self-Induced Hallucination, and the punk rock variety TV show The Eyeslicer.

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

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I Used to be Funny

I Used to be Funny

TBC

I Used To Be Funny is a dark dramedy that follows Sam Cowell (Rachel Sennott), an aspiring stand-up comedian and au pair struggling with PTSD, as she decides whether or not to join the search for Brooke (Olga Petsa), a missing teenage girl she used to nanny. The story exists between the present, where Sam tries to recover from her trauma and get back on stage, and the past, where memories of Brooke make it harder and harder to ignore the petulant teen’s sudden disappearance. Writer/director Ally Pankiw’s debut feature is both funny and heartbreaking in its honest and refreshing look at trauma and recovery, and how they affect the relationships and communities that shape us. Starring Rachel Sennott of "Shiva Baby" and "Bottoms".

Monday 24, June

Tuesday 25, June

Wednesday 26, June

Thursday 27, June

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Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelle

Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelle

(Chantal Akerman, 1975, 202 min) In 2022, For the first time in 70 years, the British Film Institute’s Sight and Sound poll, released every decade, was topped by Jeanne Dielman, a film directed by a woman, Chantal Akerman. “While it has brought [avant garde] tradition to the top of the list, Jeanne Dielman is inescapably a woman’s film, consciously feminist in its turn to the avant garde. On the side of content, the film charts the breakdown of a bourgeois Belgian housewife, mother and part-time prostitute over the course of three days; on the side of form, it rigorously records her domestic routine in extended time and from a fixed camera position. In a film that, agonisingly, depicts women’s oppression, Akerman transforms cinema, itself so often an instrument of women’s oppression, into a liberating force.” - Laura Mulvey, Sight and Sound

Monday 24, June

Kinds of Kindness

Kinds of Kindness

TBCfor strong/disturbing violent content, strong sexual content, full nudity and language.

KINDS OF KINDNESS is a triptych fable, following a man without choice who tries to take control of his own life; a policeman who is alarmed that his wife who was missing-at-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability, who is destined to become a prodigious spiritual leader.

Tuesday 2, July

Wednesday 3, July

Thursday 4, July

Friday 5, July

Saturday 6, July

Sunday 7, July

Monday 8, July

Tuesday 9, July

Wednesday 10, July

Thursday 11, July

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Kwaidan

Kwaidan

(Masaki Kobayashi, 1964, 203 min) After more than a decade of sober political dramas and socially minded period pieces, the great Japanese director Masaki Kobayashi shifted gears dramatically for this rapturously stylized quartet of ghost stories. Featuring colorfully surreal sets and luminous cinematography, these haunting tales of demonic comeuppance and spiritual trials, adapted from writer Lafcadio Hearn’s collections of Japanese folklore, are existentially frightening and meticulously crafted.

Friday 26, July

Saturday 27, July

Sunday 28, July

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MaXXXine

MaXXXine

Rfor strong violence, gore, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use.

The conclusion of Ti West's horror trilogy (X, PEARL, and MAXXXINE) follows Maxine, who was the only survivor of the bloody incidents of X, as she continues her journey towards fame to be an actress in 1980's Los Angeles.

Natural Born Killers

Natural Born Killers

Rfor extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality

(Oliver Stone, 1994, 119 min) Oscar-nominees Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, and Academy Award-winners Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Downey, Jr. lead an all-star cast in director Oliver Stone's gripping and satirical look at violence, murder and the American media, from a story by Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino, as told through the eyes of two of the most terrifying, relentless, cold-blooded (and popular) mass murderers imaginable.

Friday 2, August

Saturday 3, August

Sunday 4, August

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On the Waterfront

On the Waterfront

PG

(Elia Kazan, 1954, 108 min) Earning eight Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director (Elia Kazan), Best Actor (Marlon Brando), and Best Supporting Actress (Eva Marie Saint), On the Waterfront features some of cinema’s great performances. Also nominated for Best Supporting Actor were Lee J. Cobb, Karl Malden, and Rod Steiger. If that weren’t enough, the film features a completely original (not from other source material) Oscar Nominated score by Leonard Bernstein. Unlike the lead protagonist, Terry Malloy, an ex-boxer whose career is cut short by the mob, On the Waterfront was a contender and even better, a winner.

Sunday 1, September

Wednesday 4, September

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Pearl

Pearl

Rfor some strong violence, gore, strong sexual content and graphic nudity.

Filmmaker Ti West returns with another chapter from the twisted world of X, in this astonishing follow-up to the year’s most acclaimed horror film. Trapped on her family’s isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the bitter and overbearing watch of her devout mother. Lusting for a glamorous life like she’s seen in the movies, Pearl’s ambitions, temptations, and repressions all collide, in the stunning, technicolor-inspired origin story of X’s iconic villain.

Thursday 4, July

Thursday 11, July

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Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction

Rfor strong graphic violence and drug use, pervasive strong language and some sexuality

(Quentin Tarantino, 1994, 154 min) Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival as well as Best Original Screenplay at the 67th Academy Awards, Pulp Fiction cemented Quentin Tarantino’s place as a fresh new voice in filmmaking. As a film about time, running out of time, and the disorder of time turns 30, let’s remember the late Sally Menke, Tarantino’s brilliant editor, who sculpted time in his films with the precision of a Grand Seiko watchmaker. Tarantino’s films haven’t been quite the same without her.

Friday 12, July

Saturday 13, July

Sunday 14, July

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Purple Noon

Purple Noon

PGfor momentary violence and sexuality

(René Clément, 1960, 118 min) The first of two depictions of Patricia Highsmith’s Tom Ripley character in our series, Purple Noon adapts Highsmith’s novel The Talented Mr. Ripley, and stars the late legendary French actor, Alain Delon, in the role that made him an international icon.

Sunday 14, July

Wednesday 17, July

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Rear Window

Rear Window

PG

(Alfred Hitchcock, 1954, 112 min) Starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, Rear Window is Hitchcock at the height of his visual powers. “The hero of Alfred Hitchcock's ‘Rear Window’ is trapped in a wheelchair, and we're trapped, too--trapped inside his point of view, inside his lack of freedom and his limited options. When he passes his long days and nights by shamelessly maintaining a secret watch on his neighbors, we share his obsession. It's wrong, we know, to spy on others, but after all, aren't we always voyeurs when we go to the movies? Here's a film about a man who does on the screen what we do in the audience--look through a lens at the private lives of strangers.” -Roger Ebert

Wednesday 26, June

Red Desert

Red Desert

(Michelangelo Antonioni, 1964, 117 min) This provocative film explores the spiritual desolation of the technological age, featuring Monica Vitti as a disaffected woman wandering a bleak industrial landscape and flirting with her husband's coworker, played by Richard Harris. Red Desert captivates viewers with its painterly compositions of abandoned cottages, electrical towers, and looming ships, creating an almost apocalyptic image of its era. It confirms Antonioni as cinema's foremost poet of the modern age.

Monday 15, July

Sabrina

Sabrina

(Billy Wilder, 1954, 113 min) Nominated for six Academy Awards at the 27th Oscars, Sabrina is charming, humorous, and aglow with some of Hollywood's greatest stars. Humphrey Bogart, William Holden and Audrey Hepburn star in a Cinderella story directed by renowned filmmaker Billy Wilder (Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, Some Like It Hot). Bogie and Holden are the Larrabee brothers of Long Island. Bogie's all work, Holden's all play. But when Sabrina, daughter of the family's chauffeur, returns from Paris all grown up and glamorous, the brothers fall under the spell of Hepburn's delightful charms.

Sunday 25, August

Wednesday 28, August

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Stranger Than Paradise

Stranger Than Paradise

R

(Jim Jarmusch, 1984, 89 min) With this breakout film, Jim Jarmusch became a standout voice in the independent film scene, known for his offbeat Americana style. He follows rootless Hungarian émigré Willie (John Lurie), his pal Eddie (Richard Edson), and his visiting cousin Eva (Eszter Balint) as they drift from New York's Lower East Side to Lake Erie and Florida, making the least of every destination. Stranger Than Paradise is a deadpan comedy masterpiece, structured as master-shot vignettes in black and white by cinematographer Tom DiCillo.

Sunday 18, August

Wednesday 21, August

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Double Feature
Swing Fever & Carolina Blues Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Swing Fever & Carolina Blues

Kay Kyser Double Feature: Swing Fever & Carolina Blues (Tim Whelan, 1943, 79 min/ Leigh Jason, 1944, 81 min) The Professor of Mirth, Melody, and Merriment, Kay Kyser, a local Chapel Hill legend, is on the band stand for two films filled with big band music! In Swing Fever, Kay Kyser plays an ambitious music composer, also gifted with a hypnotic "evil eye", who gets mixed up with promoting a boxer. In Carolina Blues (1944), Kyser has to replace his lead singer (Carroll) who has run off to get married. Caught in a jam, he reluctantly hires the daughter of a powerful defense plant owner, played by Ann Miller.

Sunday 7, July

Wednesday 10, July

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The American Friend

The American Friend

(Wim Wenders, 1977, 128 min) The second of two depictions of Patricia Highsmith’s Tom Ripley character in our series, The American Friend is a loose adaptation of Highsmith’s novel Ripley’s Game as well as Wim Wenders’ homage to American film noir. Dennis Hopper exudes quirky menace as an amoral American art dealer who pulls a terminally ill German, played by Bruno Ganz, into a seedy criminal underworld for revenge. As they become entangled in a deepening murder plot, an unlikely bond forms between them.

Sunday 21, July

Wednesday 24, July

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The Brother from Another Planet

The Brother from Another Planet

Rfor language, some drug content and brief nudity

(John Sayles, 1984, 108 min) “Writer-director John Sayles plays with gentle irony on conventions of the American slave narrative in chronicling the adventures of ‘The Brother,’ a mute alien who comes to Harlem by way of Ellis Island (and outer space). The Brother’s seriocomic encounters with barflies and junkies, racist cops and street preachers—as well as ordinary folks just trying to get by—offer a timeless tale of two cities, segregated as always by race and class yet pulsating with immigrant life.” - MoMA

Friday 16, August

Saturday 17, August

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The Natural

The Natural

PG

(Barry Levinson, 1984, 138 min) Based on the 1952 novel by Bernard Malamud, The Natural is equal parts American epic, sports fantasy, and film noir with a touch of magical realism. It could be smooth sailing for Wonderboy Roy Hobbs, the young rising star trying out for the big leagues, but he’s sidetracked by a mysterious woman and her cruel intentions. In this career spanning tale imbued with wonder and mystery by Randy Newman’s iconic, Oscar Nominated, Coplandesque score, something’s always in the air. It’s hard to say just what it is. Starring Robert Redford, Glenn Close, Robert Duvall, Kim Basinger, and Wilford Brimley.

Monday 2, September

Thelma

Thelma

PG-13for strong language.

The feature directorial debut of Josh Margolin, THELMA is a poignant action-comedy that gives veteran Oscar® nominee June Squibb (NEBRASKA) her first leading role and features the final performance of trailblazing actor Richard Roundtree (SHAFT). Squibb, who did most of her own stunts in the film, plays Thelma Post, a feisty 93-year-old grandmother who gets conned by a phone scammer pretending to be her grandson (The White Lotus’ Fred Hechinger) and sets out on a treacherous quest across Los Angeles, accompanied by an aging friend (Roundtree) and his motorized scooter, to reclaim what was taken from her. Parker Posey, Clark Gregg, and Malcolm McDowell also star. Inspired by a real-life experience of Margolin’s own grandmother, THELMA puts a clever spin on movies like MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, shining the spotlight on an elderly grandmother as an unlikely action hero. With infectious humor, Margolin employs the familiar tropes of the action genre in hilarious, age-appropriate ways to tackle aging with agency. In the first leading film role of her 70-year career, Squibb portrays the strong-willed Thelma with grit and determination, demonstrating that she is more than capable of taking care of business – despite what her daughter Gail (Posey), son-in-law Alan (Gregg), or grandson Danny might believe.

Monday 24, June

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Three Colors: Blue

Three Colors: Blue

(Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1993, 94 min) Juliette Binoche gives a tour de force performance as Julie, a woman reeling from the tragic death of her husband and young daughter, in this first film from Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy. But Blue is more than just a blistering study of grief; it’s also a tale of liberation, as Julie attempts to free herself from the past while confronting truths about the life of her late husband, a composer. Shot in sapphire tones by Sławomir Idziak and set to an extraordinary operatic score by Zbigniew Preisner, Blue is an overwhelming sensory experience.

Monday 5, August

Three Colors: Red

Three Colors: Red

Rfor a brief but strong sex scene

(Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1994, 99 min) An incandescent meditation on fate and chance, Red closes Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy in grand fashion. Irène Jacob stars as a sweet-souled yet somber runway model in Geneva whose life dramatically intersects with that of a bitter retired judge, played by Jean‑Louis Trintignant. Meanwhile, just down the street, a seemingly unrelated story of jealousy and betrayal unfolds. Red is an intimate look at forged connections and a splendid final statement from a remarkable filmmaker at the height of his powers.

Monday 19, August

Three Colors: White

Three Colors: White

(Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1994, 88 min) The most playful and gritty film of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy, White follows Polish immigrant Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) in France. When his wife (Julie Delpy) sues for divorce and frames him for arson, he returns to Warsaw to plot an elaborate revenge. This dark comedy explores economic inequalities between Eastern and Western Europe and offers a sublime take on twisted love.

Monday 12, August

To Have and Have Not

To Have and Have Not

G

(Howard Hawks, 1944, 100 min) “You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow.” To Have and Have Not is one of the great intersections of American artists in film history. Bogey and Bacall met, fell in love, and had an affair on set of the film all while the director, Howard Hawks crushed on Lauren Bacall in the background. The film is a loose adaptation of an Ernest Hemingway novel penned for the screen by the one and only William Faulkner. The film also features an acting performance as well as musical performances from the legendary Hoagy Carmichael, songwriter of such hits as “Stardust” and “Georgia On My Mind”.

Sunday 30, June

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Tuesday

Tuesday

Rfor language.

A mother (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in a profoundly moving performance) and her teenage daughter (Lola Petticrew) must confront Death when it arrives in the form of an astonishing talking bird. From debut filmmaker Daina O. Pusić, Tuesday is a heart-rending fairy tale about the echoes of loss and finding resilience in the unexpected.

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Vive L'Amour

Vive L'Amour

(Tsai Ming-liang, 1994, 118 min) Featuring an intoxicating mix of longing and deadpan humor, VIVE L’AMOUR catapulted Tsai to the top of the international filmmaking world and earned him the prestigious Golden Lion at the 1994 Venice International Film Festival. VIVE L’AMOUR follows three characters unknowingly sharing an empty Taipei apartment. Realtor May Lin (Yang Kuei-mei) brings her lover Ah-jung (Chen Chao-jung) to a vacant unit, unaware that the suicidal Hsiao-kang (Lee Kang-sheng) secretly occupies it. Despite their physical proximity, their tragicomic encounters highlight their inability to form personal connections.

Monday 22, July

Woman in the Dunes

Woman in the Dunes

(Hiroshi Teshigahara, 1964, 147 min) Eiji Okada stars as an amateur entomologist who, while studying beetles in a desert, is stranded and spends the night with a young widow (Kyoko Kishida) in her hut at the bottom of a sand dune. This leads to a gripping and erotically charged battle of the sexes, as well as a nightmarish depiction of life as a Sisyphean struggle, earning Teshigahara an Academy Award nomination for Best Director.

Friday 28, June

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X

X

Rfor strong bloody violence and gore, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use, and language.

The first film in Ti West's Horror Homage Trilogy (X, Pearl, and MaXXXine). In 1979, a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast find themselves fighting for their lives.

Wednesday 3, July

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