Loving
Showings
Rafael 1Sun, Oct 16, 2016 5:00 PM
Live Q&A
AT RUSH. Tickets may be made available at the door
 
Rafael 2Sun, Oct 16, 2016 5:00 PM
Simulcast Q&A
AT RUSH. Tickets may be made available at the door
 
Rafael 3Sun, Oct 16, 2016 5:00 PM
Simulcast Q&A
AT RUSH. Tickets may be made available at the door
 
Film Info
Section:US Cinema
Special Screening
Country:US
UK
Year:2016
Running Time:123 min.
Director:Jeff Nichols
Producer:Ged Doherty
Colin Firth
Nancy Buirski
Screenwriter:Jeff Nichols
Cinematographer:Adam Stone
Editor:Julie Monroe
Cast:Joel Edgerton
Ruth Negga
Marton Csokas
Nick Kroll
Terri Abney
Alano Miller
Print Source:Focus Features
Note Writer:Zoë Elton
Description
CLOSING NIGHT It's the late '50s, and Richard and Mildred are in love. He's chosen the place where he will build their home, with their families nearby. They run off to Washington, DC, to tie the knot; then they return home, and it's not long before these two regular folks find that they have to face the consequences of their action. Because home is Virginia, and they are an interracial couple: Their marriage is against the law. They are thrown into jail, and thus begins the journey that takes them all the way to the Supreme Court. Based on real events, Jeff Nichols imbues his extraordinary film with a lyrical eloquence that honors the heart of this couple's story. The power of Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton as the loving couple is in the understated brilliance of their portrayals of two people whose quiet courage helped change the face of the law of marriage in the US.

Guests: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga, Jeff Nichols

Closing Night Sponsor:


Closing Night Party
7:30pm–11:30pm | Live music by Afrolicious


          


601 Murray Cir, Sausalito


Additional Information

Jeff Nichols (Director/Writer) previously wrote and directed the internationally acclaimed features Shotgun Stories, Take Shelter, Mud, and Midnight Special. Shotgun Stories earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination; the Grand Jury Prize at the Seattle and Austin Film Festivals; and the International Jury Prize at the 2007 Venice International Film Festival.