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BACK TO THE FATHERLAND

BACK TO THE FATHERLAND

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(NR) First Run Features - 77 mins
  • 1:15PM
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  • 5:15PM
  • 7:00PM
  • 9:15PM
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MA

MA

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(R) Universal Pictures - 99 mins
  • 2:00PM
  • 4:30PM
  • 7:00PM
  • 9:15PM
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DEEP MURDER

DEEP MURDER

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(NR) Screen Media - 82 mins
  • 1:00PM
  • 9:00PM
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THE LAVENDER SCARE

THE LAVENDER SCARE

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(NR) Full Exposure Films - 73 mins
  • 2:45PM
  • 7:15PM
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LETO

LETO

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Russian Language; English Subtitles
(NR) Gunpowder & Sky - 129 mins
  • 4:35PM
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Meet And Greet

BACK TO THE FATHERLAND Q&A

BACK TO THE FATHERLAND Q&A

Director(s) Q&A after the Friday (6/14) & Saturday (6/15) 7:00pm shows. As well as, after the Saturday (6/15) & Sunday (6/16) 3:00pm showings.
The Third Wife Q&A

The Third Wife Q&A

Q&A on Saturday (6/8) after the 7:10pm showing with director Ash Mayfair!
THE LAVENDER SCARE Q&A

THE LAVENDER SCARE Q&A

Q&A's with director Josh Howard after the 7:10pm showtime on Friday (6/7) & Saturday (6/8). Also, after the 3:10pm showtime on Sunday (6/9)! *Please click for more details!*
RENEGADE DREAMERS Q&A

RENEGADE DREAMERS Q&A

Daily Q&A after the 5:10pm and 7:10pm showings (5/31 - 6/6)! Q&A on June 2nd (6/2) after the 3:10pm, 5:10pm, and 7:10pm showings!
RENEGADE DREAMERS Director Karen Kramer

RENEGADE DREAMERS Director Karen Kramer

Director's Profile | Starts May 31st
WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE Q&A

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE Q&A

Q&A after the 7:10pm showing with Producer Jared Ian Goldman (Ingrid Goes West, The Skeleton Twins) on Saturday, May 18th!
BARDO BLUES Q&A

BARDO BLUES Q&A

* Q&A with co-writer Anthony Taylor on May 7th and 8th after the 7:10pm showing! + Q&A with Director Marcia Kimpton and Anthony Taylor after the 7:10pm showing on May 8th!
CLARA Director Akash Sherman

CLARA Director Akash Sherman

Director's Profile | May 3rd
HESBURGH Q&A

HESBURGH Q&A

Q&A with producer Jerry Barca after the 1:30pm show on Saturday, 5/4!

Advance Tickets/Coming Soon

WEREWOLF NINJA PHILOSOPHER

WEREWOLF NINJA PHILOSOPHER

Starts 06/21/2019
(NR) CINEMAflix - 72 mins
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    MEETING GORBACHEV

    MEETING GORBACHEV

    Starts 06/21/2019
    (NR) The Orchard - 95 mins
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      HOLY LANDS

      HOLY LANDS

      Starts 06/21/2019
      (NR) CINEDIGM - 100 mins
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        THE COMMAND

        THE COMMAND

        Starts 06/21/2019
        (R) Saban Films - 100 mins
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          KILLERS ANONYMOUS

          KILLERS ANONYMOUS

          Starts 06/28/2019
          (NR) Lionsgate Premiere - 96 mins
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            TRUE JUSTICE: BRYAN STEVENSON'S FIGHT FOR EQUALITY

            TRUE JUSTICE: BRYAN STEVENSON'S FIGHT FOR EQUALITY

            Starts 06/28/2019
            (NR) Double Exposure - 90 mins
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              COLD BLOOD

              COLD BLOOD

              Starts 07/05/2019
              (NR) Screen Media Films - 91 mins
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                LYING AND STEALING

                LYING AND STEALING

                Starts 07/12/2019
                (R) Vertical Entertainment - 100 mins
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                  SUMMER NIGHT

                  SUMMER NIGHT

                  Starts 07/12/2019
                  (NR) Samuel Goldwyn Films - 98 mins
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                    LADYWORLD

                    LADYWORLD

                    Starts 08/02/2019
                    (UR) Cleopatra Entertainment - 93 mins
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                      News & Reviews

                      • NY Times Review: 'Back to the Fatherland'

                        NY Times Review: 'Back to the Fatherland'

                        The documentary follows several young Israelis who move to Germany and Austria, countries that once set out to exterminate Jews.
                      • Variety Film Review: 'Ma'

                        Variety Film Review: 'Ma'

                        Spencer, a chameleon of an actress, does mood swings in “Ma” that leave us entertainingly off guard.
                        NY Times Film Review: 'LETO'

                        NY Times Film Review: 'LETO'

                        Drawing loosely from the lives of the Soviet rock musicians Viktor Tsoi and Mike Naumenko, “Leto” plays less like a biopic than a loving compilation of fictionalized, fan-inspired notes.
                      • RogersMovieNation Film Review: 'The Lavender Scare'

                        RogersMovieNation Film Review: 'The Lavender Scare'

                        “The Lavender Scare” is the title of a new documentary about this “Red Scare” era assault on a vulnerable minority. It’s a film built around the letters and public pronouncements of a pioneer, a reluctant but combative, persistent and successful leader in this fight.
                      • LA Times Film Review: 'The Cold Blue'

                        LA Times Film Review: 'The Cold Blue'

                        Fans of classic war stories and aerial action are in for a unique and stirring mix of audio and visuals in Erik Nelson’s “The Cold Blue.” The handsome, lovingly reconstructed, if brief, documentary is based on unearthed footage shot by director William Wyler for his 1944 documentary “The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress.”
                        New York Times Film Review: 'The Third Wife'

                        New York Times Film Review: 'The Third Wife'

                        The sensuality that Mayfair and Chananun Chotrungroj, the director of photography, create around May is seductive, and also unnerving. “The Third Wife” presents a tableau of injustice — a male-dominated hierarchy that directly oppresses women and brings collateral misery to some men as well — from a perspective that feels both compassionate and detached.
                      • The Ongoing History of Protest Music Film Review: 'Renegade Dreamers'

                        The Ongoing History of Protest Music Film Review: 'Renegade Dreamers'

                        Back in the 1950s and 60s, New York’s Greenwich Village played a role in establishing the counterculture with its vibrant scene of anti-establishment beat poetry and folk music. That renegade spirit is still very much alive among a new generation of New York base protest singers and poets.
                      • New York Times Critic's Pick: 'Pasolini'

                        New York Times Critic's Pick: 'Pasolini'

                        The blend of pornography and humor, obnoxiousness and elegance, sweetness and cruelty reminds you that this is, above all, an Abel Ferrara movie.