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Tuesday March 28 2017
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A UNITED KINGDOM
Tue, Mar 28 5:30 PM (105 min)
David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this drama based on true events. In 1947, Seretse Khama, the King of Botswana, met Ruth Williams, a London office worker. In the wake of World War II, he sensed the opportunity for change within a weakening Empire, and she saw the possibilities for women’s equality. But their proposed marriage was challenged, not only by their families, but also by the British and South African governments. South Africa had recently introduced apartheid and, to avoid having a neighboring country ruled by a biracial couple, it threatened to deny Britain access to its valuable uranium and gold. Seretse and Ruth fought for their right to love, changing their nations and inspiring the world. Writer: Guy Hibbert. Director: Amma Asante. (UK 2016) 105 min.
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FRANTZ
Tue, Mar 28 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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PONYO
Tue, Mar 28 7:00 PM (135 min)
In Person: Climate Change Expert Will Travis Legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki is an acknowledged master in the field whose beautifully designed films have often included environmental themes. In one of his best, the 2008 anime Ponyo, a five-year-old boy finds a beautiful goldfish trapped in a bottle and releases it, calling her Ponyo. In reality a magical princess, Ponyo uses sorcery to become human but in the process sets the entire world off its axis, causing the moon to generate enormous tides. The two children embark on an adventure to save the world. In Japanese with English subtitles. Writer/Director: Hayao Miyazaki. (Japan 2008) 101 min. plus discussion. Will Travis is a consultant, writer and speaker on climate change, and particularly on adaptation to sea level rise. For 16 years, he served as executive director of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission. In 2011, under his leadership, BCDC became the nation’s first state coastal management agency to adopt
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PERSONAL SHOPPER
Tue, Mar 28 8:00 PM (105 min)
Following her César Award-winning performance in Clouds of Sils Maria, Kristen Stewart reteams with French filmmaker Olivier Assayas for this English-language drama that quietly morphs into a modern twist on the ghost story. American-in-Paris Maureen (Stewart) works as a personal shopper for a jet-setting celebrity. By night she attempts to communicate with the spirit of her recently deceased brother. When she begins receiving a series of increasingly sinister, yet strangely seductive text messages, it appears she may have made contact…but with whom? By no means a conventional genre piece, this dreamy, enigmatic mystery was awarded Best Director at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Rated R. With Sigrid Bouaziz, Nora Von Waldstätten. Writer/Director: Olivier Assayas. (France 2016)
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FRANTZ
Tue, Mar 28 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Wednesday March 29 2017
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A UNITED KINGDOM
Wed, Mar 29 5:30 PM (105 min)
David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this drama based on true events. In 1947, Seretse Khama, the King of Botswana, met Ruth Williams, a London office worker. In the wake of World War II, he sensed the opportunity for change within a weakening Empire, and she saw the possibilities for women’s equality. But their proposed marriage was challenged, not only by their families, but also by the British and South African governments. South Africa had recently introduced apartheid and, to avoid having a neighboring country ruled by a biracial couple, it threatened to deny Britain access to its valuable uranium and gold. Seretse and Ruth fought for their right to love, changing their nations and inspiring the world. Writer: Guy Hibbert. Director: Amma Asante. (UK 2016) 105 min.
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FRANTZ
Wed, Mar 29 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Wed, Mar 29 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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PERSONAL SHOPPER
Wed, Mar 29 8:00 PM (105 min)
Following her César Award-winning performance in Clouds of Sils Maria, Kristen Stewart reteams with French filmmaker Olivier Assayas for this English-language drama that quietly morphs into a modern twist on the ghost story. American-in-Paris Maureen (Stewart) works as a personal shopper for a jet-setting celebrity. By night she attempts to communicate with the spirit of her recently deceased brother. When she begins receiving a series of increasingly sinister, yet strangely seductive text messages, it appears she may have made contact…but with whom? By no means a conventional genre piece, this dreamy, enigmatic mystery was awarded Best Director at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Rated R. With Sigrid Bouaziz, Nora Von Waldstätten. Writer/Director: Olivier Assayas. (France 2016)
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KEDI
Wed, Mar 29 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Wed, Mar 29 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Thursday March 30 2017
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A UNITED KINGDOM
Thu, Mar 30 5:30 PM (105 min)
David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in this drama based on true events. In 1947, Seretse Khama, the King of Botswana, met Ruth Williams, a London office worker. In the wake of World War II, he sensed the opportunity for change within a weakening Empire, and she saw the possibilities for women’s equality. But their proposed marriage was challenged, not only by their families, but also by the British and South African governments. South Africa had recently introduced apartheid and, to avoid having a neighboring country ruled by a biracial couple, it threatened to deny Britain access to its valuable uranium and gold. Seretse and Ruth fought for their right to love, changing their nations and inspiring the world. Writer: Guy Hibbert. Director: Amma Asante. (UK 2016) 105 min.
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FRANTZ
Thu, Mar 30 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Thu, Mar 30 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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PERSONAL SHOPPER
Thu, Mar 30 8:00 PM (105 min)
Following her César Award-winning performance in Clouds of Sils Maria, Kristen Stewart reteams with French filmmaker Olivier Assayas for this English-language drama that quietly morphs into a modern twist on the ghost story. American-in-Paris Maureen (Stewart) works as a personal shopper for a jet-setting celebrity. By night she attempts to communicate with the spirit of her recently deceased brother. When she begins receiving a series of increasingly sinister, yet strangely seductive text messages, it appears she may have made contact…but with whom? By no means a conventional genre piece, this dreamy, enigmatic mystery was awarded Best Director at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Rated R. With Sigrid Bouaziz, Nora Von Waldstätten. Writer/Director: Olivier Assayas. (France 2016)
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KEDI
Thu, Mar 30 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Thu, Mar 30 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Friday March 31 2017
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FRANTZ
Fri, Mar 31 3:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Fri, Mar 31 4:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Fri, Mar 31 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Fri, Mar 31 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Fri, Mar 31 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Fri, Mar 31 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Fri, Mar 31 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Fri, Mar 31 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Saturday April 01 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Sat, Apr 1 12:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sat, Apr 1 1:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Sat, Apr 1 2:00 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Sat, Apr 1 3:00 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sat, Apr 1 3:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Sat, Apr 1 4:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Sat, Apr 1 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sat, Apr 1 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Sat, Apr 1 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Sat, Apr 1 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Sat, Apr 1 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Sat, Apr 1 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Sunday April 02 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Sun, Apr 2 12:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sun, Apr 2 1:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Sun, Apr 2 2:00 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Sun, Apr 2 3:00 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sun, Apr 2 3:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Sun, Apr 2 4:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Sun, Apr 2 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sun, Apr 2 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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AFTER THE STORM
Sun, Apr 2 8:00 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Sun, Apr 2 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Monday April 03 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Mon, Apr 3 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Mon, Apr 3 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Mon, Apr 3 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Mon, Apr 3 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Mon, Apr 3 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Mon, Apr 3 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Tuesday April 04 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Tue, Apr 4 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Tue, Apr 4 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Tue, Apr 4 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Tue, Apr 4 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Tue, Apr 4 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Tue, Apr 4 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Wednesday April 05 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Wed, Apr 5 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Wed, Apr 5 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Wed, Apr 5 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Wed, Apr 5 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Wed, Apr 5 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Wed, Apr 5 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Thursday April 06 2017
AFTER THE STORM
Thu, Apr 6 5:30 PM (117 min)
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FRANTZ
Thu, Apr 6 6:00 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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KEDI
Thu, Apr 6 6:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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AFTER THE STORM
Thu, Apr 6 8:00 PM (117 min)
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KEDI
Thu, Apr 6 8:15 PM (80 min)
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam freely through the metropolis of Istanbul. For thousands of years, they’ve wandered in and out of people’s lives, becoming an essential part of the communities that enrich the city. Claiming no owners, these cats live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame, and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. Called by Variety a “splendidly graceful and quietly magical documentary,” this delightful film eschews narration to focus on observing the felines and listening to the comments of their human allies. In Istanbul, cats are mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in countless ways. In Turkish with English subtitles. Director: Ceyda Torun. (Turkey/US 2016) 80 min.
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FRANTZ
Thu, Apr 6 8:30 PM (113 min)
In a small German town shortly after World War I, emotions are still raw and animosity toward former enemies still strong. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns daily at the grave of her fiancé Frantz, killed in battle in France. One day she spies a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at the grave, and she sets out to learn about Adrien (Pierre Niney) and his pre-war friendship with Frantz. Her quest will bring her both love and pain and ultimately take her to Paris. Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar drama Broken Lullaby, French filmmaker François Ozon creates a visually exquisite portrait of a period and the bonds of humanity that transcend borders and language. In French and German with English subtitles. Writer/Director: François Ozon. (France/Germany 2016)
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Sunday April 09 2017
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SAN FRANCISCO CABLE CARS
Sun, Apr 9 4:15 PM (90 min)
Bay Area filmmaker Strephon Taylor will present and discuss a screening of his new documentary about one of San Francisco’s most recognizable icons, the cable car. His film explores the fascinating history and technology of this 140-year-old tradition that is at the heart of the city’s romance. It’s a tale that begins with Andrew Smith Hallidie’s idea after witnessing a horse-car accident, continuing with the launch of the first line on Clay Street in 1873, the near-destruction of the lines in the 1906 earthquake, and the fight led by Friedel Klussmann and women’s civic groups in 1947 to save and preserve this San Francisco tradition. It’s a ride worth taking! Producer: Heather Taylor. Writer/Director: Strephon Taylor. (US 2017) 93 min. plus discussion.
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Sunday April 16 2017
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TOMORROW
Sun, Apr 16 4:15 PM (115 min)
Mahatma Gandhi said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world,” and in this film (which won the French César for Best Documentary), co-filmmakers Cyril Dion and actor-director Mélanie Laurent travel ten countries encountering individuals and communities who have taken environmental sustainability into their own hands. From the urban farms of Detroit to an English town that encourages local spending by minting its own David Bowie currency, and from a completely sustainable village in southern India to the progressive schools of Finland, the filmmakers introduce us to people making inspiring differences in the fields of food, energy, finance, democracy and education. In English and in French with English subtitles. Writer: Cyril Dion. Narrators/Directors: Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion. (France 2016) 115 min. plus discussion.
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Monday April 17 2017
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WHITE LIKE ME
Mon, Apr 17 7:00 PM (69 min)
This film explores race and racism through the lens of whiteness that built the American middle class. Anti-racist educator Tim Wise shows how white privilege continues to shape individual attitudes, electoral politics and government policy in ways too many white people never stop to consider. This event is a fundraiser for Marin City Health and Wellness Center, in partnership with Marin Grassroots. The Q&A with Tim Wise will be moderated by JayVon Muhammed. Writers: Jeremy Earp, Scott Morris, Tim Wise. Director: Scott Morris. (US 2013) 70 min. plus discussion.
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Wednesday April 19 2017
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DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES: RUBBER SOUL
Wed, Apr 19 6:30 PM (95 min)
In this recently filmed lecture, music expert Scott Freiman takes fans young and old into the studio with The Beatles as they faced an impossible task. In October 1965, they were asked to produce a new album of original music for Christmas release. One month later, they emerged with Rubber Soul, which hit number one on the charts, along with the singles “We Can Work It Out” and “Day Tripper.” Learn the stories behind the creation of these songs, as well as “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man” and other classics, in this educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles’ performances and recording sessions. Producer: Richard Abramowitz. Writer/Presenter: Scott Freiman. (US 2016) 95 min.
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Saturday April 22 2017
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DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES: RUBBER SOUL
Sat, Apr 22 1:00 PM (95 min)
In this recently filmed lecture, music expert Scott Freiman takes fans young and old into the studio with The Beatles as they faced an impossible task. In October 1965, they were asked to produce a new album of original music for Christmas release. One month later, they emerged with Rubber Soul, which hit number one on the charts, along with the singles “We Can Work It Out” and “Day Tripper.” Learn the stories behind the creation of these songs, as well as “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man” and other classics, in this educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles’ performances and recording sessions. Producer: Richard Abramowitz. Writer/Presenter: Scott Freiman. (US 2016) 95 min.
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TOMORROW
Sat, Apr 22 3:30 PM (115 min)
Mahatma Gandhi said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world,” and in this film (which won the French César for Best Documentary), co-filmmakers Cyril Dion and actor-director Mélanie Laurent travel ten countries encountering individuals and communities who have taken environmental sustainability into their own hands. From the urban farms of Detroit to an English town that encourages local spending by minting its own David Bowie currency, and from a completely sustainable village in southern India to the progressive schools of Finland, the filmmakers introduce us to people making inspiring differences in the fields of food, energy, finance, democracy and education. In English and in French with English subtitles. Writer: Cyril Dion. Narrators/Directors: Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion. (France 2016) 115 min. plus discussion.
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Sunday April 23 2017
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DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES: RUBBER SOUL
Sun, Apr 23 1:00 PM (95 min)
In this recently filmed lecture, music expert Scott Freiman takes fans young and old into the studio with The Beatles as they faced an impossible task. In October 1965, they were asked to produce a new album of original music for Christmas release. One month later, they emerged with Rubber Soul, which hit number one on the charts, along with the singles “We Can Work It Out” and “Day Tripper.” Learn the stories behind the creation of these songs, as well as “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man” and other classics, in this educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles’ performances and recording sessions. Producer: Richard Abramowitz. Writer/Presenter: Scott Freiman. (US 2016) 95 min.
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MARIUS
Sun, Apr 23 4:15 PM (127 min)
Everyone assumes that young Marius (Pierre Fresney) and Fanny (Orane Demazis) will marry, but Marius can’t overcome his urge to hop a merchant ship and sail the open sea. His father César (Raimu), who owns a saloon on the Marseille waterfront, is oblivious to his son’s dilemma, but Fanny fears the worst. Meanwhile Honoré Panisse (Fernand Charpin), an older, wealthy sail-maker, proceeds to court a reluctant Fanny. In French with English subtitles. Writer: Marcel Pagnol. Director: Alexander Korda. (France 1931) 127 min.
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MARIUS
Sun, Apr 23 7:00 PM (127 min)
Everyone assumes that young Marius (Pierre Fresney) and Fanny (Orane Demazis) will marry, but Marius can’t overcome his urge to hop a merchant ship and sail the open sea. His father César (Raimu), who owns a saloon on the Marseille waterfront, is oblivious to his son’s dilemma, but Fanny fears the worst. Meanwhile Honoré Panisse (Fernand Charpin), an older, wealthy sail-maker, proceeds to court a reluctant Fanny. In French with English subtitles. Writer: Marcel Pagnol. Director: Alexander Korda. (France 1931) 127 min.
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Sunday April 30 2017
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FANNY
Sun, Apr 30 4:15 PM (127 min)
Picking up moments after the end of Marius, this second film in the Marseille Trilogy follows Fanny’s grief after the departure of her true love. Circumstances force her to accept the proposal of aging widower Honoré Panisse, which puts saloon owner César at odds with his old card-playing associate, because everyone knows that Marius will one day return. In French with English subtitles. With Raimu, Orane Demazis, Fernand Charpin, Pierre Fresney. Writer:
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JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT
Sun, Apr 30 4:15 PM (102 min)
Jeremiah Tower, one of the most controversial and influential figures in the history of American gastronomy, began his career at the renowned Chez Panisse in Berkeley in 1972, becoming a pioneer in the emerging California cuisine movement. He went on to launch his own legendary Stars Restaurant in San Francisco. Several years later, Tower walked away from Stars and then disappeared from the scene for nearly two decades, only to resurface at New York’s fabled but troubled Tavern on the Green. Featuring interviews with Anthony Bourdain, Mario Batali, Ruth Reichl, Martha Stewart and others, this delicious documentary tells the story of America’s first celebrity chef and explores the man’s culinary genius and enigmatic mystery. Director: Lydia Tenaglia. (US 2016) 102 min.
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FANNY
Sun, Apr 30 7:00 PM (127 min)
Picking up moments after the end of Marius, this second film in the Marseille Trilogy follows Fanny’s grief after the departure of her true love. Circumstances force her to accept the proposal of aging widower Honoré Panisse, which puts saloon owner César at odds with his old card-playing associate, because everyone knows that Marius will one day return. In French with English subtitles. With Raimu, Orane Demazis, Fernand Charpin, Pierre Fresney. Writer:
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Sunday May 07 2017
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CESAR
Sun, May 7 4:15 PM (142 min)
Written directly for the screen (and later adapted for the stage, the final film in the Marseille Trilogy takes us 20 years later. Honoré Panisse is on his deathbed, and Marius lives in the shadow of a misspent life. Fanny’s son Césariot, who had been sent away to a military academy, returns and sets out to discover the secret of his identity. In French with English subtitles. With Raimu, Orane Demazis, Pierre Fresney, Fernand Charpin. Writer/Director: Marcel Pagnol. (France 1936) 142 min.
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CESAR
Sun, May 7 7:15 PM (142 min)
Written directly for the screen (and later adapted for the stage, the final film in the Marseille Trilogy takes us 20 years later. Honoré Panisse is on his deathbed, and Marius lives in the shadow of a misspent life. Fanny’s son Césariot, who had been sent away to a military academy, returns and sets out to discover the secret of his identity. In French with English subtitles. With Raimu, Orane Demazis, Pierre Fresney, Fernand Charpin. Writer/Director: Marcel Pagnol. (France 1936) 142 min.
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Monday May 15 2017
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FINDING OSCAR
Mon, May 15 6:00 PM (94 min)
A documentary that becomes a searing investigative report and ultimately an emotionally powerful journey, this remarkable film focuses on the search for justice regarding the 1982 Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. Government forces following a scorched-earth policy wiped out the entire village, except for two little boys, Oscar and Ramiro, who were abducted during the slaughter and raised by some of the very soldiers who had murdered their families. 30 years later, it will take a dedicated team, from a forensic scientist to a young Guatemalan prosecutor, to uncover the truth and bring justice to those responsible, by finding the boys who offer the only living evidence tying the Guatemalan government to the massacre. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Producer: Frank Marshall. Director: Ryan Suffern. (US 2016) 94 min.
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FINDING OSCAR
Mon, May 15 8:15 PM (94 min)
A documentary that becomes a searing investigative report and ultimately an emotionally powerful journey, this remarkable film focuses on the search for justice regarding the 1982 Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. Government forces following a scorched-earth policy wiped out the entire village, except for two little boys, Oscar and Ramiro, who were abducted during the slaughter and raised by some of the very soldiers who had murdered their families. 30 years later, it will take a dedicated team, from a forensic scientist to a young Guatemalan prosecutor, to uncover the truth and bring justice to those responsible, by finding the boys who offer the only living evidence tying the Guatemalan government to the massacre. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Producer: Frank Marshall. Director: Ryan Suffern. (US 2016) 94 min.
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Tuesday May 16 2017
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FINDING OSCAR
Tue, May 16 6:00 PM (94 min)
A documentary that becomes a searing investigative report and ultimately an emotionally powerful journey, this remarkable film focuses on the search for justice regarding the 1982 Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. Government forces following a scorched-earth policy wiped out the entire village, except for two little boys, Oscar and Ramiro, who were abducted during the slaughter and raised by some of the very soldiers who had murdered their families. 30 years later, it will take a dedicated team, from a forensic scientist to a young Guatemalan prosecutor, to uncover the truth and bring justice to those responsible, by finding the boys who offer the only living evidence tying the Guatemalan government to the massacre. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Producer: Frank Marshall. Director: Ryan Suffern. (US 2016) 94 min.
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FINDING OSCAR
Tue, May 16 8:15 PM (94 min)
A documentary that becomes a searing investigative report and ultimately an emotionally powerful journey, this remarkable film focuses on the search for justice regarding the 1982 Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. Government forces following a scorched-earth policy wiped out the entire village, except for two little boys, Oscar and Ramiro, who were abducted during the slaughter and raised by some of the very soldiers who had murdered their families. 30 years later, it will take a dedicated team, from a forensic scientist to a young Guatemalan prosecutor, to uncover the truth and bring justice to those responsible, by finding the boys who offer the only living evidence tying the Guatemalan government to the massacre. Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg. Producer: Frank Marshall. Director: Ryan Suffern. (US 2016) 94 min.
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Wednesday May 17 2017
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IN SEARCH OF ISRAELI CUISINE
Wed, May 17 6:00 PM (98 min)
This entertaining documentary is a portrait of the Israeli people told through food. Hosted by top chef (and James Beard award-winner) Michael Solomonov, the film profiles chefs, cooks, vintners and cheese-makers from the diverse cultures that make up Israel today, including Jewish, Arab, Muslim, Christian and Druze. When Solomonov enters people’s lives and their kitchens, he discusses their roots, inspirations and how they’re preserving traditions and updating recipes with global influences. The filmmakers explore remarkable food traditions as diverse as Moroccan, Persian, Lebanese, French, Italian and Russian, in the most cutting-edge restaurants: kosher and non-kosher, religious and secular. Home cooks are preserving their grandmothers’ recipes, and dynamic chefs are updating them, in Israel’s hot, multicultural cuisine scene. Writer/Producer/Director: Roger Sherman. (US 2016) 98 min.
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IN SEARCH OF ISRAELI CUISINE
Wed, May 17 8:15 PM (98 min)
This entertaining documentary is a portrait of the Israeli people told through food. Hosted by top chef (and James Beard award-winner) Michael Solomonov, the film profiles chefs, cooks, vintners and cheese-makers from the diverse cultures that make up Israel today, including Jewish, Arab, Muslim, Christian and Druze. When Solomonov enters people’s lives and their kitchens, he discusses their roots, inspirations and how they’re preserving traditions and updating recipes with global influences. The filmmakers explore remarkable food traditions as diverse as Moroccan, Persian, Lebanese, French, Italian and Russian, in the most cutting-edge restaurants: kosher and non-kosher, religious and secular. Home cooks are preserving their grandmothers’ recipes, and dynamic chefs are updating them, in Israel’s hot, multicultural cuisine scene. Writer/Producer/Director: Roger Sherman. (US 2016) 98 min.
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Thursday May 18 2017
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IN SEARCH OF ISRAELI CUISINE
Thu, May 18 6:00 PM (98 min)
This entertaining documentary is a portrait of the Israeli people told through food. Hosted by top chef (and James Beard award-winner) Michael Solomonov, the film profiles chefs, cooks, vintners and cheese-makers from the diverse cultures that make up Israel today, including Jewish, Arab, Muslim, Christian and Druze. When Solomonov enters people’s lives and their kitchens, he discusses their roots, inspirations and how they’re preserving traditions and updating recipes with global influences. The filmmakers explore remarkable food traditions as diverse as Moroccan, Persian, Lebanese, French, Italian and Russian, in the most cutting-edge restaurants: kosher and non-kosher, religious and secular. Home cooks are preserving their grandmothers’ recipes, and dynamic chefs are updating them, in Israel’s hot, multicultural cuisine scene. Writer/Producer/Director: Roger Sherman. (US 2016) 98 min.
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IN SEARCH OF ISRAELI CUISINE
Thu, May 18 8:15 PM (98 min)
This entertaining documentary is a portrait of the Israeli people told through food. Hosted by top chef (and James Beard award-winner) Michael Solomonov, the film profiles chefs, cooks, vintners and cheese-makers from the diverse cultures that make up Israel today, including Jewish, Arab, Muslim, Christian and Druze. When Solomonov enters people’s lives and their kitchens, he discusses their roots, inspirations and how they’re preserving traditions and updating recipes with global influences. The filmmakers explore remarkable food traditions as diverse as Moroccan, Persian, Lebanese, French, Italian and Russian, in the most cutting-edge restaurants: kosher and non-kosher, religious and secular. Home cooks are preserving their grandmothers’ recipes, and dynamic chefs are updating them, in Israel’s hot, multicultural cuisine scene. Writer/Producer/Director: Roger Sherman. (US 2016) 98 min.
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Sunday May 21 2017
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THE OTHER KIDS
Sun, May 21 4:15 PM (92 min)
Bay Area filmmaker Chris Brown will present a screening of his new film, a bold and original hybrid of fiction and nonfiction that takes a raw, intimate look at the struggles of small-town teens on the verge of high school graduation. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at SF IndieFest, the film emerged from workshops Brown conducted with students in Sonora, California, in which the teenagers adapted and performed their own gripping, personal stories. The actors and co-writers include Savannah Bailey, Hunter Gilmore, Kai Kellerman, Sienna Lampi, Natasha Lombardi, Joe McGee, Isaac Sanchez and Abby Stewart. Sex, depression, family strife and economic and racial divisions are issues our not-quite-adult protagonists must confront. Director: Chris Brown. (US 2016) 92 min. plus discussion.
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