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7:00 PM (131 min)
A Private War
OPENING NIGHT: Four years after her Oscar®-nominated breakthrough role in Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike delivers a career-defining performance in A Private War, transforming herself into the gravel-voiced, eye patch-donning American war correspondent Marie Colvin. Spanning nearly two decades, this harrowing docudrama, which marks the narrative feature debut from Oscar-nominated director Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land), showcases the fearless dedication that pushes Colvin to the top of her otherwise male-dominated field, reporting from the dangerous frontlines of the Sri Lankan civil war and the Arab Spring. But that hyper focused, singular passion isn’t without a price, taking a toll on Colvin’s personal relationships and even her own physical and mental health. Co-starring Stanley Tucci, Tom Hollander (In the Loop), and Jamie Dornan as Colvin’s trusted photo journalist partner Paul Conroy
7:00 PM (131 min)
A Private War
OPENING NIGHT: Four years after her Oscar®-nominated breakthrough role in Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike delivers a career-defining performance in A Private War, transforming herself into the gravel-voiced, eye patch-donning American war correspondent Marie Colvin. Spanning nearly two decades, this harrowing docudrama, which marks the narrative feature debut from Oscar-nominated director Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land), showcases the fearless dedication that pushes Colvin to the top of her otherwise male-dominated field, reporting from the dangerous frontlines of the Sri Lankan civil war and the Arab Spring. But that hyper focused, singular passion isn’t without a price, taking a toll on Colvin’s personal relationships and even her own physical and mental health. Co-starring Stanley Tucci, Tom Hollander (In the Loop), and Jamie Dornan as Colvin’s trusted photo journalist partner Paul Conroy
7:00 PM (155 min)
Green Book
OPENING NIGHT: For classically trained Black jazz piano prodigy Dr. Don Shirley and his white chauffeur and bodyguard Tony Lip, a 1962 concert tour of the American South proves an eye-opening experience in unanticipated ways. Peter Farrelly’s sharply observed drama, spiked with wry humor and inspired by real-life events, features the prodigiously gifted Oscar® winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, MVFF 2016) as the ultra-sophisticated, polylingual Shirley, an elegant, mannered outsider wherever he goes and a transformed Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic) as his truculent, semi-illiterate lip. Tooling around rural roads in a highly conspicuous turquoise Cadillac and getting into—and barely out of—life-threatening encounters together, each starts to see the real man beyond the other’s surface. The period details are spot-on, and so are the hate and the horror that greet a Black man in the Jim Crow South. Ali and Mortensen are pitch-perfect as an improbably matched pair, often
7:00 PM (155 min)
Green Book
OPENING NIGHT: For classically trained Black jazz piano prodigy Dr. Don Shirley and his white chauffeur and bodyguard Tony Lip, a 1962 concert tour of the American South proves an eye-opening experience in unanticipated ways. Peter Farrelly’s sharply observed drama, spiked with wry humor and inspired by real-life events, features the prodigiously gifted Oscar® winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, MVFF 2016) as the ultra-sophisticated, polylingual Shirley, an elegant, mannered outsider wherever he goes and a transformed Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic) as his truculent, semi-illiterate lip. Tooling around rural roads in a highly conspicuous turquoise Cadillac and getting into—and barely out of—life-threatening encounters together, each starts to see the real man beyond the other’s surface. The period details are spot-on, and so are the hate and the horror that greet a Black man in the Jim Crow South. Ali and Mortensen are pitch-perfect as an improbably matched pair, often
9:00 PM (180 min)
Opening Night Gala
Following the two films, MVFF41 kicks off this year’s festivities with an Opening Night Gala, celebrating the glamor of cinema and our beautiful home in Marin County, at the Marin Country Mart. Enjoy fabulous food provided by Belcampo, Big Jim’s BBQ, Fiorello’s Artisan Gelato, Johnny Doughnuts, Pizza Antica and Sol Food, refreshing beverages provided by BevMo, Bartenders Unlimited, Lagunitas Brewing Company and Equator Coffee, and dance the night away to live music from Notorious, DJ Rich Factor and the Crackerjack DJs. Commemorate the fun in Buzz Photo Booths!
7:30 PM (155 min)
Green Book
OPENING NIGHT: For classically trained Black jazz piano prodigy Dr. Don Shirley and his white chauffeur and bodyguard Tony Lip, a 1962 concert tour of the American South proves an eye-opening experience in unanticipated ways. Peter Farrelly’s sharply observed drama, spiked with wry humor and inspired by real-life events, features the prodigiously gifted Oscar® winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, MVFF 2016) as the ultra-sophisticated, polylingual Shirley, an elegant, mannered outsider wherever he goes and a transformed Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic) as his truculent, semi-illiterate lip. Tooling around rural roads in a highly conspicuous turquoise Cadillac and getting into—and barely out of—life-threatening encounters together, each starts to see the real man beyond the other’s surface. The period details are spot-on, and so are the hate and the horror that greet a Black man in the Jim Crow South. Ali and Mortensen are pitch-perfect as an improbably matched pair, often
7:45 PM (131 min)
A Private War
OPENING NIGHT: Four years after her Oscar®-nominated breakthrough role in Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike delivers a career-defining performance in A Private War, transforming herself into the gravel-voiced, eye patch-donning American war correspondent Marie Colvin. Spanning nearly two decades, this harrowing docudrama, which marks the narrative feature debut from Oscar-nominated director Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land), showcases the fearless dedication that pushes Colvin to the top of her otherwise male-dominated field, reporting from the dangerous frontlines of the Sri Lankan civil war and the Arab Spring. But that hyper focused, singular passion isn’t without a price, taking a toll on Colvin’s personal relationships and even her own physical and mental health. Co-starring Stanley Tucci, Tom Hollander (In the Loop), and Jamie Dornan as Colvin’s trusted photo journalist partner Paul Conroy