• Saturday, April 19th, 8:00 pm The Robe

    Easter Weekend. The first film released in CinemaScope is the story of Marcellus (Richard Burton), a soldier in the Roman army who wins the robe of the crucified Christ in a dice game. Haunted by visions after giving the robe away, Marcellus consults a soothsayer… [read more]

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    • Sunday, April 20th, 2:00 pm Easter Parade

      Easter Weekend. When Fred Astaire is dumped by partner Ann Miller, he picks unsophisticated and uncoordinated Judy Garland out of a chorus as her replacement. One of the most successful musicals from MGM’s famed Freed Unit, the only pairing of Garland and Astaire (who came out of retirement just for the opportunity to work with Garland) showcases their incredible talents… [read more]

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      • Tuesday, April 22nd, 8:00 pm Kodak

        Made in Rochester. A bona fide Rochester institution, Kodak needs no introduction. Please join us as we pay tribute to their artistry and innovation by showcasing a number of test films and company home movies. Major highlights include a Two Color Kodachrome printing test produced for William Fox, a rare documentary on the life and times of George Eastman, and candid footage of a Kodak employee variety show… [read more]

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        • Wednesday, April 23rd, 8:00 pm Richard Pryor: Live in Concert

          Boomer. Discontent with being hamstrung by network executives at NBC, Pryor walked away from a ten-episode variety show deal and a two-million-dollar contract. Determined to express what he wanted, the way he wanted, Pryor is at his foul-mouthed best here, with topics ranging from race relations to marital problems to his pet monkey… [read more]

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          • Thursday, April 24th, 8:00 pm Punch Drunk Love

            Spring. In a bold career move, Adam Sandler ditches his funny-guy persona to play Barry Egan, a lonely, repressed owner of a plunger and novelty-item wholesale company. Prone to fits of rage and social awkwardness, Barry’s life begins to turn around upon meeting Lena (Emily Watson), a friend of his sister’s. This brilliantly photographed and elegantly paced comedic romance-drama… [read more]

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            • Friday, April 25th, 8:00 pm Witness

              In honor of the exhibition of photographs by Robert Weingarten, Another America: A Testimonial to the Amish, the Dryden presents Witness, Australian Peter Weir’s American feature debut. When a young Amish boy (Lukas Haas) accompanies his young widowed mother (Kelly McGillis) to the big city of Philadelphia, he becomes witness to a brutal murder. Seen-it-all cop John Book (Harrison Ford) suspects foul play at the highest level of the police force and is wounded searching for answers… [read more]

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              • Saturday, April 26th, 8:00 pm Becoming Traviata

                Rochester Premiere! A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the staging of a major operatic production, Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata, starring world-famous French coloratura soprano Natalie Dessay and directed by the celebrated Jean-Francois Sivadier. Over two months, filmmaker Philippe Beziat follows the production’s development from opening rehearsals to glorious realization, with music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Louis Langrйe… [read more]

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                • Sunday, April 27th, 2:00 pm Becoming Traviata

                  Rochester Premiere! A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the staging of a major operatic production, Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata, starring world-famous French coloratura soprano Natalie Dessay and directed by the celebrated Jean-Francois Sivadier. Over two months, filmmaker Philippe Beziat follows the production’s development from opening rehearsals to glorious realization, with music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Louis Langrйe… [read more]

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                  • Tuesday, April 29th, 8:00 pm Oddities

                    Made in Rochester. The Dryden is proud to present an evening of Rochester-related curiosities from the Motion Picture collection. Footage of Marcus Loew and a stable of stars visiting the Eastman Theatre, images of the Rochester centennial, fragments of Rochester newsreels, and rare historical footage of George Eastman House are among the many surprises in store… [read more]

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                    • Wednesday, April 30th, 8:00 pm The Groove Tube

                      Boomer. Long before Saturday Night Live, there was Channel One, a New York–based comedy troupe featuring a young Chevy Chase that “broadcast” a 90-minute videotaped sketch show in a loft theater. Eventually, Channel One gathered its best material for the feature-length The Groove Tube, an outrageous grab bag that satirizes sports announcers, commercials, and cooking shows from a decidedly countercultural perspective… [read more]

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                      • Thursday, May 1st, 8:00 pm Underworld

                        Gangsters. There is always a beginning, and despite the fact that movies about organized criminals date back as early as D.W. Griffith, this film is the start of what we now think of as the gangster genre. Ben Hecht’s script features realistic portrayals of Chicago mobsters and their violent proclivities… [read more]

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                        • Friday, May 2nd, 8:00 pm Blood Simple

                          Coen. The Coen brothers made their directorial debut with this taut, small-town neo-noir. Surprisingly serious and brooding, Blood Simple nevertheless deals with themes that would become central to their work. Starring Coen staple Frances McDormand (marking the beginning of their nearly three-decade partnership)… [read more]

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                          • Saturday, May 3rd, 8:00 pm Pete Seeger: The Power of Song

                            Special Presentation. One of the most beloved singer-songwriters of his generation, the late Pete Seeger was long misunderstood by critics, fans, and even the U.S. government. Unafraid to share his opinions on peace, civil rights, unionism, and ecology, he was branded as a communist and banned from television for seventeen years, facing picketing and protests wherever he went… [read more]

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                            • Sunday, May 4th, 2:00 pm Blood Simple

                              Coen. The Coen brothers made their directorial debut with this taut, small-town neo-noir. Surprisingly serious and brooding, Blood Simple nevertheless deals with themes that would become central to their work. Starring Coen staple Frances McDormand (marking the beginning of their nearly three-decade partnership)… [read more]

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                              • Tuesday, May 6th, 8:00 pm Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe and Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers

                                Les Blank. Two of Blank’s most loving odes to culinary creativity, these two lighthearted yet meticulously composed masterpieces are as endearing as they are interesting. Following a lost bet with filmmaker Errol Morris, cinematic daredevil Werner Herzog stringently holds up his end of the bargain in one of Blank’s most poignantly funny films. Following it up is his affectionate ode to garlic… [read more]

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                                • Wednesday, May 7th, 8:00 pm Going My Way

                                  Music. Crooner Bing Crosby stars as father Charles “Chuck” O’Malley, the easygoing priest who comes from East St. Louis to New York City to bring St. Dominic’s Church out of the dumps. In a clash between the old and the new, O’Malley goes head to head with the conservative Father Fitzgibbon, who views O’Malley as barely one step up from the local hoods… [read more]

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                                  • Thursday, May 8th, 8:00 pm The Public Enemy

                                    Gangsters. Director “Wild Bill” Wellman launched James Cagney to stardom with this Pre-Code gangster classic. Inspired (as was the 1932 Scarface) by the exploits of Al Capone, Wellman directs Cagney as Tom Powers, an energetic and pugnacious petty thief on the way up through the ranks of the gang… [read more]

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                                    • Friday, May 9th, 8:00 pm Raising Arizona

                                      Coen. Following the strange critical and box-office flop Crimewave, the Coen brothers hit their comedic stride with Raising Arizona. Finding a unique blend of satire, slapstick, and screwball, the Coens manage to riff on some of comedy’s best moments, recalling greats such as Preston Sturges, Howard Hawks, and Frank Capra. The story is pure screwball gold: retired stick–up man H.I. (Nicolas Cage) and his infertile ex-cop wife (Holly Hunter) decide to forcefully “adopt” a child… [read more]

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                                      • Saturday, May 10th, 8:00 pm Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer

                                        Rochester Premiere! On February 21, 2012, five members of a feminist art collective named Pussy Riot protested the Russian Orthodox Church’s support of Putin by performing on the altar of Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Savior donning their signature colorful ski masks. They were chased off by church security guards, but footage of the performance became a music video and just days later, three of the members were arrested and charged with trespassing and disruption of order and accused of hatred for the church… [read more]

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                                        • Sunday, May 11th, 2:00 pm Raising Arizona

                                          Coen. Following the strange critical and box-office flop Crimewave, the Coen brothers hit their comedic stride with Raising Arizona. Finding a unique blend of satire, slapstick, and screwball, the Coens manage to riff on some of comedy’s best moments, recalling greats such as Preston Sturges, Howard Hawks, and Frank Capra. The story is pure screwball gold: retired stick–up man H.I. (Nicolas Cage) and his infertile ex-cop wife (Holly Hunter) decide to forcefully “adopt” a child… [read more]

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                                          • Tuesday, May 13th, 8:00 pm Burden of Dreams

                                            In Person: Harrod Blank! Blank’s most widely recognized film, Burden of Dreams focuses again on Herzog, whose desperation to complete his ambitious epic Fitzcarraldo nearly drives him mad, eerily mirroring the descent of his film’s titular character. With lush cinematography, Blank frames the amazon jungle as both a muse and a source of stifling frustration… [read more]

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                                            • Wednesday, May 14th, 8:00 pm Viva Las Vegas

                                              Music. One of the greatest box office smashes of 1964, George Sidney’s Elvis Presley vehicle Viva Las Vegas came at the midway point of the King’s remarkably prolific, albeit short acting career. Working with several major Hollywood studios, Elvis churned out back-to-back leading performances and albums for over a decade… [read more]

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                                              • Thursday, May 15th, 8:00 pm Scarface (1932)

                                                Gangsters. This Pre-Code gangster classic stars Paul Muni as the ruthless Tony Camonte, an Italian immigrant who sets his sights on ruling the crime world of Prohibition-era Chicago. Loosely based on the life of Al Capone, the film follows Camonte’s rise to power as he viciously takes out anyone who stands in his way… [read more]

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                                                • Friday, May 16th, 8:00 pm Miller’s Crossing

                                                  Coen. The Coens effectively tip their fedoras to the Hollywood gangster genre in this violent, operatic prohibition drama. A pitch-perfect period piece that gracefully balances art house introspection with pulpy Chandleresque dialogue, Miller’s Crossing is wholly original and engrossing… [read more]

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                                                  • Saturday, May 17th, 8:00 pm The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology

                                                    Rochester Premiere! With his trademark bombastic enthusiasm and expansive passion for pop culture, Slavoj Žižek breaks down cinema in a way only he could. In this sequel to 2006’s The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema, philosopher, psychoanalyst, and cultural critic Žižek focuses on the ideologies… [read more]

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                                                    • Sunday, May 18th, 2:00 pm Miller’s Crossing

                                                      Coen. The Coens effectively tip their fedoras to the Hollywood gangster genre in this violent, operatic prohibition drama. A pitch-perfect period piece that gracefully balances art house introspection with pulpy Chandleresque dialogue, Miller’s Crossing is wholly original and engrossing… [read more]

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                                                      • Tuesday, May 20th, 8:00 pm All in This Tea

                                                        Les Blank. Les Blank’s final completed work, All in This Tea was also his first foray into digital video. With a newfound sense of freedom, Blank roams the globe with his lightweight camera, accompanying renowned tea expert David Lee Hoffman to the remotest reaches of rural China in search of handmade tea. Remarkably intimate, All in This Tea takes viewers on an unprecedented journey… [read more]

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                                                        • Wednesday, May 21st, 8:00 pm The Way We Were

                                                          Music. Already a massively successful recording artist, Barbra Streisand made her leap to the big screen in the 1970s, setting off a string of performances that brought her accolades nearly matching those she received as a singer. By the time she made The Way We Were, Streisand’s acting career was in full swing… [read more]

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                                                          • Thursday, May 22nd, 8:00 pm Drunken Angel

                                                            Gangsters. As the years following World War I were a breeding ground for gangsters in America, those after World War II provided the same opportunity in Japan. The devastation of the country and ensuing financial collapse created a black market run by organized criminals… [read more]

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                                                            • Friday, May 23rd, 8:00 pm Barton Fink

                                                              Coen. Written during a three-week break from working on Miller’s Crossing, Barton Fink was anything but a flash in the pan. A genre-bender that nearly swept the 1991 Cannes Film Festival (winning the Palme D’Or, Best Director, and Best Actor), Barton Fink has endured as one of the Coen brothers’ finest artistic achievements… [read more]

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                                                              • Saturday, May 24th, 8:00 pm In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter

                                                                Rochester Premiere!
                                                                One of the most revered and influential of the New York School of photographers, Saul Leiter, pioneer of color photography, gained his acclaim rather late. Tomas Leach’s documentary covers the life and career of Leiter through interviews and conversations… [read more]

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                                                                • Tuesday, May 27th, 8:00 pm Dizzy Gillespie, The Blues Accordin’ to Lightnin’ Hopkins, and A Well Spent Life

                                                                  Les Blank.
                                                                  Three of Blank’s most beloved and accomplished music films showcase the artist’s love for jazz and the blues. Blank’s first foray into the music documentary, Dizzy Gillespie is a free-flowing portrait of the infamous bebop trumpeter… [read more]

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                                                                  • Wednesday, May 28th, 8:00 pm Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean

                                                                    Music. By the early 1980s, Robert Altman’s career was in a funk. He had just directed the critically maligned screen adaptation of Popeye and sold his independent studio, Lion’s Gate Films. Tired of Hollywood, Altman took his talents to the stage… [read more]

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                                                                    • Thursday, May 29th, 8:00 pm Touchez Pas au Grisbi

                                                                      Gangsters. Jacques Becker, although criminally underrated in his own time, is now considered to be one of the true masters of French cinema, with Touchez being one of his most profoundly influential films… [read more]

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                                                                      • Friday, May 30th, 8:00 pm Fargo

                                                                        Coen. The Coen brothers’ mainstream breakthrough captivated audiences and marked their first major box-office success. Ranking highly on several critics’ “best of” lists for the 1990s, Fargo is pure Coen—dark, violent, irreverent, funny, and meticulously crafted… [read more]

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                                                                        • Sunday, June 1st, 2:00 pm Fargo

                                                                          Coen. The Coen brothers’ mainstream breakthrough captivated audiences and marked their first major box-office success. Ranking highly on several critics’ “best of” lists for the 1990s, Fargo is pure Coen—dark, violent, irreverent, funny, and meticulously crafted… [read more]

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                                                                          • Tuesday, June 3rd, 8:00 pm Poor Little Rich Girl

                                                                            Shirley Temple. By the time of Poor Little Rich Girl’s release, Shirley Temple was a bona fide sensation. Her dance numbers growing increasingly intricate, the precocious eight-year-old rose to meet the demands of her mentor, Bill Robinson… [read more]

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                                                                            • Wednesday, June 4th, 8:30 pm Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence

                                                                              Music. Influential filmmaker Nagisa Ôshima’s surprising film stars pop icon David Bowie as Major Jack Celliers, a quiet British prisoner in a Japanese POW camp during World War II. Inadvertently seizing the attentions of camp commander Captain Yonoi (played by Japanese rock star Ryûichi Sakamoto, who also composed the spellbinding score)… [read more]

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                                                                              • Thursday, June 5th, 8:00 pm Black Caesar

                                                                                Gangsters. Coming of age on the hard streets of Harlem and traumatized by a racist cop, young Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson) enters a life of crime. Eventually climbing to the head of a black crime syndicate, he declares war on the Italian mafia and the racist society surrounding him, with his ever-growing criminal empire… [read more]

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                                                                                • Friday, June 6th, 8:00 pm The Big Lebowski

                                                                                  Coen. Following the massive success of Fargo, the Coen brothers released The Big Lebowski, an oddball comedy that ultimately polarized critics and floundered at the box office. Over time, however, the film has spawned a massive cult following, largely a result of its memorable characters and outrageous scenarios… [read more]

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                                                                                  • Saturday, June 7th, 8:00 pm Urgh! A Music War

                                                                                    Special Presentation. The late 1970s were an exciting time to be a music fan. In a matter of years, pop music was completely reborn and bands were continually turning the record industry on its head. A concert film to end all concert films, Urgh! A Music War features performances by some of the biggest names in the punk and new wave scenes of the time… [read more]

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                                                                                    • Sunday, June 8th, 2:00 pm The Big Lebowski

                                                                                      Coen. Following the massive success of Fargo, the Coen brothers released The Big Lebowski, an oddball comedy that ultimately polarized critics and floundered at the box office. Over time, however, the film has spawned a massive cult following, largely a result of its memorable characters and outrageous scenarios… [read more]

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                                                                                      • Tuesday, June 10th, 7:00 pm Since You Went Away

                                                                                        Rare Nitrate Screening – Shirley Temple. Featuring one of Temple’s first serious roles, John Cromwell’s Since You Went Away was an extremely popular contemporary home front epic. Featuring a loaded cast and brilliant cinematography by Stanley Cortez, the film predated William Wyler’s likeminded The Best Years of Our Lives. Although well received in its day… [read more]

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                                                                                        • Wednesday, June 11th, 8:00 pm Desperately Seeking Susan

                                                                                          Music. Pop icon Madonna stars as the hipster vamp that spawns this hilariously unpredictable romp through the New York underworld. Unsatisfied suburban New Jersey housewife Roberta is looking to get more out of life. In an effort to disrupt the tedium of her situation she lives vicariously through a mysterious woman… [read more]

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                                                                                          • Thursday, June 12th, 7:00 pm Scarface (1983)

                                                                                            Gangsters. De Palma’s remake of the 1932 original sets its story of power and greed in Miami during the booming 1980s. Al Pacino, in one of his most powerful performances, stars as Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who arrives in Miami on the Mariel boatlift. Forced into a refugee camp, Montana turns to murder and drug dealing to escape, sparking a blood-soaked rise to power in the cocaine trade… [read more]

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                                                                                            • Friday, June 13th, 8:00 pm O Brother, Where Art Thou?

                                                                                              Coen. Another strikingly original work by the Coens, this wild, Preston Sturges–inspired Depression-era comedy is one of their most fascinating films. Loosely based on Homer’s The Odyssey but steeped in Southern Gothic, O Brother, Where Art Thou? follows a recently sprung gang of convicts as they search for a buried treasure… [read more]

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                                                                                              • Saturday, June 14th, 8:00 pm Child’s Pose

                                                                                                Curator’s Choice. The winner of the Golden Bear at last year’s Berlin Film Festival is a sharply written, superbly acted moral tale on grief, deceit, and hyper-protective parenthood. A mother leaves no stone unturned in order to prevent her son from going to jail. The problem is, her son is actually guilty of manslaughter, and she knows it. The other problem is, she thinks money can buy not only the sympathy of cops and judges… [read more]

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                                                                                                • Sunday, June 15th, 2:00 pm O Brother, Where Art Thou?

                                                                                                  Coen. Another strikingly original work by the Coens, this wild, Preston Sturges–inspired Depression-era comedy is one of their most fascinating films. Loosely based on Homer’s The Odyssey but steeped in Southern Gothic, O Brother, Where Art Thou? follows a recently sprung gang of convicts as they search for a buried treasure… [read more]

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                                                                                                  • Tuesday, June 17th, 8:00 pm The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

                                                                                                    Shirley Temple. Temple’s maturation and transition into varied, adult roles is on full display in Irving Reis’s oft-overlooked comedy. With echos of Nabokov’s Lolita, Temple’s teenage infatuation with an unsuspecting and unwilling Cary Grant is pure screwball gold. As one case of mistaken identity and misunderstood intentions leads to another… [read more]

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                                                                                                    • Wednesday, June 18th, 8:00 pm Down by Law

                                                                                                      Music. In the follow-up to his indie oddity Stranger Than Paradise, Jarmusch presents three misfits stuck navigating the Louisiana wilderness—played by real-life oddballs Tom Waits, John Lurie, and Roberto Benigni. Zack is an out-of-work disc jockey. Jack is a small time pimp. When the two end up in the pen their incipient attitudes to one another are anything but amiable… [read more]

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                                                                                                      • Thursday, June 19th, 8:00 pm The Freshman

                                                                                                        Gangsters. Matthew Broderick stars as a college freshman who finds himself swindled out of all his belongings after living in New York City for only twenty minutes. By pure luck, he begins working for a mob boss played by Marlon Brando, in a tongue-in-cheek parody of his iconic role in The Godfather[read more]

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                                                                                                        • Friday, June 20th, 8:00 pm No Country for Old Men

                                                                                                          Coen. Somewhat of a departure for the Coens, this dead-serious Cormac McCarthy adaptation is an exercise in tension. A taut, deliberately paced thriller, it is also the brothers’ most chilling exploration of violence and the human psyche… [read more]

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                                                                                                          • Saturday, June 21st, 8:00 pm Analyze This

                                                                                                            Harold Ramis. After two catastrophic box office failures (Stuart Saves His Family and Multiplicity), Harold Ramis returned to form with Analyze This—a fresh, decidedly adult comedy that also happened to be the massive success that had eluded him since his directorial masterpiece Groundhog Day[read more]

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                                                                                                            • Sunday, June 22nd, 2:00 pm No Country for Old Men

                                                                                                              Coen. Somewhat of a departure for the Coens, this dead-serious Cormac McCarthy adaptation is an exercise in tension. A taut, deliberately paced thriller, it is also the brothers’ most chilling exploration of violence and the human psyche… [read more]

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                                                                                                              • Tuesday, June 24th, 8:00 pm Fort Apache

                                                                                                                Shirley Temple. The first in Ford’s revered “Cavalry Trilogy,” Fort Apache sees Shirley Temple joining the director’s ever-growing stable of characters. Hollywood heavyweights and regular Ford contributors Henry Fonda and John Wayne… [read more]

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                                                                                                                • Wednesday, June 25th, 8:00 pm Van Gogh

                                                                                                                  Music. French pop star Jacques Dutronc stars as the legendary painter in Maurice Pialat’s understated examination that rivals other Van Gogh biopics by sheer audacity. Rather than focusing on his brush strokes or infamous stories from his life (the incident with his ear is absent)… [read more]

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                                                                                                                  • Thursday, June 26th, 8:00 pm Sexy Beast

                                                                                                                    Gangsters. Ray Winstone, best known for his role as Jack Nicholson’s right-hand man in Scorsese’s The Departed, is an English ex-safecracker named Gal. He is enjoying retirement on the sunny coast of Spain… [read more]

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                                                                                                                    • Friday, June 27th, 8:00 pm Burn After Reading

                                                                                                                      Coen. Boasting one of the Coens’ strongest casts yet, this satirical take on the espionage genre marks the filmmakers’ return to dark comedy. An unfortunate spate of misunderstandings results in three “dueling idiots” (John Malkovich, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt)… [read more]

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                                                                                                                      • Saturday, June 28th, 8:00 pm Groundhog Day

                                                                                                                        Harold Ramis. As philosophical as it is funny, Harold Ramis’s existentialist comedy was a huge hit upon its release in 1993. Starring Ramis favorite Bill Murray as an arrogant, self-obsessed meteorologist who begrudgingly covers the titular event and finds himself in a timewarp… [read more]

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                                                                                                                        • Sunday, June 29th, 2:00 pm Groundhog Day

                                                                                                                          Harold Ramis. As philosophical as it is funny, Harold Ramis’s existentialist comedy was a huge hit upon its release in 1993. Starring Ramis favorite Bill Murray as an arrogant, self-obsessed meteorologist who begrudgingly covers the titular event and finds himself in a timewarp… [read more]

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