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Century Cinema, Corte Madera
Marin Country Mart
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7:00 PM (101 min)
Loving Vincent
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FOCUS: POLISH CINEMA A labor of love rendered on a spectacular canvas, the animated Loving Vincent audaciously brings the visionary life and art of Vincent van Gogh to the big screen. Filmmakers Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman follow a postman’s son (Douglas Booth) in 1891 as he travels to the tiny French community of Auvers to deliver the last letter the tortured painter wrote his brother Theo before his death. Soon, the son’s journey becomes a quest to unravel the circumstances surrounding van Gogh’s mysterious end-which might not have been a suicide as previously believed. This historical whodunit doubles as a gorgeous crash course in the man’s influential oeuvre: The movie consists of 65,000 separate, oil-painted frames crafted by 125 painters working from live-action footage shot by the directors with their cast. Loving Vincent took seven years to complete, but its impact is instantaneous, immersing the viewer in the master’s flowing, passionate brushstrokes and co
7:15 PM (141 min)
Darkest Hour
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OPENING NIGHT FILM/TRIBUTE TO KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS. Director Joe Wright’s (Pride and Prejudice, MVFF 2005) Darkest Hour is absolutely gripping. Gary Oldman’s brilliant performance drives this story of Winston Churchill’s rise to power both as Prime Minister and as architect of the push against what seemed like the imminent, inevitable Nazi invasion of Britain-not to mention their utter domination of Europe-in World War II. Bullishly immune to his unpopularity amongst his fellow politicians, Churchill is aided and abetted by assistant Elizabeth (Lily James, Downton Abbey), and by his wife: Kristin Scott Thomas, impeccably arch as Clementine Churchill, her charm and insightfulness making her the ultimate ally of the man who had the full weight of the world on his shoulders.
7:16 PM (141 min)
Darkest Hour
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OPENING NIGHT FILM/TRIBUTE TO KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS. Director Joe Wright’s (Pride and Prejudice, MVFF 2005) Darkest Hour is absolutely gripping. Gary Oldman’s brilliant performance drives this story of Winston Churchill’s rise to power both as Prime Minister and as architect of the push against what seemed like the imminent, inevitable Nazi invasion of Britain-not to mention their utter domination of Europe-in World War II. Bullishly immune to his unpopularity amongst his fellow politicians, Churchill is aided and abetted by assistant Elizabeth (Lily James, Downton Abbey), and by his wife: Kristin Scott Thomas, impeccably arch as Clementine Churchill, her charm and insightfulness making her the ultimate ally of the man who had the full weight of the world on his shoulders.
7:00 PM (141 min)
Darkest Hour
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OPENING NIGHT FILM/TRIBUTE TO KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS. Director Joe Wright’s (Pride and Prejudice, MVFF 2005) Darkest Hour is absolutely gripping. Gary Oldman’s brilliant performance drives this story of Winston Churchill’s rise to power both as Prime Minister and as architect of the push against what seemed like the imminent, inevitable Nazi invasion of Britain-not to mention their utter domination of Europe-in World War II. Bullishly immune to his unpopularity amongst his fellow politicians, Churchill is aided and abetted by assistant Elizabeth (Lily James, Downton Abbey), and by his wife: Kristin Scott Thomas, impeccably arch as Clementine Churchill, her charm and insightfulness making her the ultimate ally of the man who had the full weight of the world on his shoulders.
7:01 PM (141 min)
Darkest Hour
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OPENING NIGHT FILM/TRIBUTE TO KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS. Director Joe Wright’s (Pride and Prejudice, MVFF 2005) Darkest Hour is absolutely gripping. Gary Oldman’s brilliant performance drives this story of Winston Churchill’s rise to power both as Prime Minister and as architect of the push against what seemed like the imminent, inevitable Nazi invasion of Britain-not to mention their utter domination of Europe-in World War II. Bullishly immune to his unpopularity amongst his fellow politicians, Churchill is aided and abetted by assistant Elizabeth (Lily James, Downton Abbey), and by his wife: Kristin Scott Thomas, impeccably arch as Clementine Churchill, her charm and insightfulness making her the ultimate ally of the man who had the full weight of the world on his shoulders.
7:00 PM (85 min)
Wait For Your Laugh
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OPENING NIGHT  Fascinating, funny, and full of showbiz soul, this spirited documentary highlights the epic career of one of the most brilliant comediennes of the last century. She started as Baby Rose Marie, a child prodigy, singing and dancing on stage before most kids could ride a bike. She grew up to be Rose Marie, beloved for her role as sassy scriptwriter Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show
9:00 PM (120 min)
Opening Night Gala
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