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Aug
31
Wed
Our Little Sister
Aug 31 all-day
Our Little Sister

Opening Friday, August 26       
Thursday (9/1) 8:15 PM

Saturday (9/3) 9:00 PM
Sunday (9/4) 5:00 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 5:30 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 8:00 PM

Three sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father absent from the family home for the last 15 years dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings.

“Our Little Sister uses the story of one fractured family to offer universal — and deeply moving — observations on the human condition.”

-Rotten Tomatoes

 

“You are shaken, by the end, at how much you care about these women and how sorry you are to leave their company.”

-A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Our Little Sister” is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa’s masterpiece “The Makioka Sisters.”
-Maggie Lee, Variety
Palme d’Or Nominee at Cannes Film Festival!
128 min. | Comedy, Drama

Directed by:  Hirokazu Koreeda

Sep
1
Thu
Life, Animated
Sep 1 all-day
Life, Animated

Opening Friday, August 12      


Wednesday (8/24) 8:00 PM
Thursday (8/25) 6:00 PM

Friday (8/26) 8:45 PM
Saturday (8/27) 5:45 PM
Sunday (8/28) 4:45 PM
Thursday (9/01) 6:15 PM

LIFE, ANIMATED is the real-life story of Owen Suskind, the son of the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind. An autistic boy who couldnt speak for years, Owen memorized dozens of Disney movies, turned them into a language to express love and loss, kinship, brotherhood. The family was forced to become animated characters, communicating with him in Disney dialogue and song until they all emerge, together, revealing how, in darkness, we all literally need stories to survive.

“A joyful and emotional film about the true power of cinema”

-/Film

 

“Deeply moving… A warm testament to a family’s love and resilience.”

-Variety

“Beautiful, triumphant, and inspiring.”

-First Showing

Winner of the Director Award for US Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival.
89 min. | Documentary, Animation, Family

Directed by:  Roger Ross Williams

Our Little Sister
Sep 1 all-day
Our Little Sister

Opening Friday, August 26       
Thursday (9/1) 8:15 PM

Saturday (9/3) 9:00 PM
Sunday (9/4) 5:00 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 5:30 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 8:00 PM

Three sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father absent from the family home for the last 15 years dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings.

“Our Little Sister uses the story of one fractured family to offer universal — and deeply moving — observations on the human condition.”

-Rotten Tomatoes

 

“You are shaken, by the end, at how much you care about these women and how sorry you are to leave their company.”

-A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Our Little Sister” is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa’s masterpiece “The Makioka Sisters.”
-Maggie Lee, Variety
Palme d’Or Nominee at Cannes Film Festival!
128 min. | Comedy, Drama

Directed by:  Hirokazu Koreeda

Sep
2
Fri
The Innocents
Sep 2 all-day
The Innocents

Opening Friday, September 2nd

Friday (9/2) 6:30 PM
Saturday (9/3) 6:15 PM
Sunday (9/4) 2:30 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 8:00 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 5:30 PM

Friday (9/9) 8:30 PM
Saturday (9/10) 5:30 PM
Sunday (9/11) 5:00 PM

Wednesday (9/14) 8:30 PM
Thursday (9/15) 6:00 PM

Warsaw, December 1945: the second World War is finally over and French Red Cross doctor Mathilde (Lou de Laage) is treating the last of the French survivors of the German camps. When a panicked Benedictine nun appears at the clinic begging Mathilde to follow her back to the convent, what she finds there is shocking: a holy sister about to give birth and several more in advanced stages of pregnancy. A non-believer, Mathilde enters the sisters’ fiercely private world, dictated by the rituals of their order and the strict Rev. Mother (Agata Kulesza, Ida). Fearing the shame of exposure, the hostility of the occupying Soviet troops and local Polish communists and while facing an unprecedented crisis of faith, the nuns increasingly turn to Mathilde as their beliefs and traditions clash with harsh realities.

“Leaves us with a fresh understanding of our capacity to respond to suffering with good or evil, and to find new definitions of grace and vocation.” – Justin Chang, Variety

 
“A near perfect film with restrained, yet powerful, performances, direction that allows the narrative to unfold in truly revelatory ways, surprising humor, and cinematography that begs translation into still photography.” – J. Ryan Parker, Patheos.com

“A moving drama about the struggle to keep one’s faith in the most difficult of situations…a compelling deconstruction of how to cope and rebuild.” – Jordan Raup, The Film Stage

 

Official Selection – Sundance Film Festival – U.S. Premiere

115 min. | PG-13 | Drama

Directed by:  Anne Fontaine
Starring: Lou de Laage, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza

Sep
3
Sat
Our Little Sister
Sep 3 all-day
Our Little Sister

Opening Friday, August 26       
Thursday (9/1) 8:15 PM

Saturday (9/3) 9:00 PM
Sunday (9/4) 5:00 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 5:30 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 8:00 PM

Three sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father absent from the family home for the last 15 years dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings.

“Our Little Sister uses the story of one fractured family to offer universal — and deeply moving — observations on the human condition.”

-Rotten Tomatoes

 

“You are shaken, by the end, at how much you care about these women and how sorry you are to leave their company.”

-A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Our Little Sister” is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa’s masterpiece “The Makioka Sisters.”
-Maggie Lee, Variety
Palme d’Or Nominee at Cannes Film Festival!
128 min. | Comedy, Drama

Directed by:  Hirokazu Koreeda

The Innocents
Sep 3 all-day
The Innocents

Opening Friday, September 2nd

Friday (9/2) 6:30 PM
Saturday (9/3) 6:15 PM
Sunday (9/4) 2:30 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 8:00 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 5:30 PM

Friday (9/9) 8:30 PM
Saturday (9/10) 5:30 PM
Sunday (9/11) 5:00 PM

Wednesday (9/14) 8:30 PM
Thursday (9/15) 6:00 PM

Warsaw, December 1945: the second World War is finally over and French Red Cross doctor Mathilde (Lou de Laage) is treating the last of the French survivors of the German camps. When a panicked Benedictine nun appears at the clinic begging Mathilde to follow her back to the convent, what she finds there is shocking: a holy sister about to give birth and several more in advanced stages of pregnancy. A non-believer, Mathilde enters the sisters’ fiercely private world, dictated by the rituals of their order and the strict Rev. Mother (Agata Kulesza, Ida). Fearing the shame of exposure, the hostility of the occupying Soviet troops and local Polish communists and while facing an unprecedented crisis of faith, the nuns increasingly turn to Mathilde as their beliefs and traditions clash with harsh realities.

“Leaves us with a fresh understanding of our capacity to respond to suffering with good or evil, and to find new definitions of grace and vocation.” – Justin Chang, Variety

 
“A near perfect film with restrained, yet powerful, performances, direction that allows the narrative to unfold in truly revelatory ways, surprising humor, and cinematography that begs translation into still photography.” – J. Ryan Parker, Patheos.com

“A moving drama about the struggle to keep one’s faith in the most difficult of situations…a compelling deconstruction of how to cope and rebuild.” – Jordan Raup, The Film Stage

 

Official Selection – Sundance Film Festival – U.S. Premiere

115 min. | PG-13 | Drama

Directed by:  Anne Fontaine
Starring: Lou de Laage, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza

Sep
4
Sun
Our Little Sister
Sep 4 all-day
Our Little Sister

Opening Friday, August 26       
Thursday (9/1) 8:15 PM

Saturday (9/3) 9:00 PM
Sunday (9/4) 5:00 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 5:30 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 8:00 PM

Three sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father absent from the family home for the last 15 years dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings.

“Our Little Sister uses the story of one fractured family to offer universal — and deeply moving — observations on the human condition.”

-Rotten Tomatoes

 

“You are shaken, by the end, at how much you care about these women and how sorry you are to leave their company.”

-A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Our Little Sister” is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa’s masterpiece “The Makioka Sisters.”
-Maggie Lee, Variety
Palme d’Or Nominee at Cannes Film Festival!
128 min. | Comedy, Drama

Directed by:  Hirokazu Koreeda

The Innocents
Sep 4 all-day
The Innocents

Opening Friday, September 2nd

Friday (9/2) 6:30 PM
Saturday (9/3) 6:15 PM
Sunday (9/4) 2:30 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 8:00 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 5:30 PM

Friday (9/9) 8:30 PM
Saturday (9/10) 5:30 PM
Sunday (9/11) 5:00 PM

Wednesday (9/14) 8:30 PM
Thursday (9/15) 6:00 PM

Warsaw, December 1945: the second World War is finally over and French Red Cross doctor Mathilde (Lou de Laage) is treating the last of the French survivors of the German camps. When a panicked Benedictine nun appears at the clinic begging Mathilde to follow her back to the convent, what she finds there is shocking: a holy sister about to give birth and several more in advanced stages of pregnancy. A non-believer, Mathilde enters the sisters’ fiercely private world, dictated by the rituals of their order and the strict Rev. Mother (Agata Kulesza, Ida). Fearing the shame of exposure, the hostility of the occupying Soviet troops and local Polish communists and while facing an unprecedented crisis of faith, the nuns increasingly turn to Mathilde as their beliefs and traditions clash with harsh realities.

“Leaves us with a fresh understanding of our capacity to respond to suffering with good or evil, and to find new definitions of grace and vocation.” – Justin Chang, Variety

 
“A near perfect film with restrained, yet powerful, performances, direction that allows the narrative to unfold in truly revelatory ways, surprising humor, and cinematography that begs translation into still photography.” – J. Ryan Parker, Patheos.com

“A moving drama about the struggle to keep one’s faith in the most difficult of situations…a compelling deconstruction of how to cope and rebuild.” – Jordan Raup, The Film Stage

 

Official Selection – Sundance Film Festival – U.S. Premiere

115 min. | PG-13 | Drama

Directed by:  Anne Fontaine
Starring: Lou de Laage, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza

Sep
6
Tue
Our Little Sister
Sep 6 all-day
Our Little Sister

Opening Friday, August 26       
Thursday (9/1) 8:15 PM

Saturday (9/3) 9:00 PM
Sunday (9/4) 5:00 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 5:30 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 8:00 PM

Three sisters Sachi, Yoshino and Chika live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father absent from the family home for the last 15 years dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings.

“Our Little Sister uses the story of one fractured family to offer universal — and deeply moving — observations on the human condition.”

-Rotten Tomatoes

 

“You are shaken, by the end, at how much you care about these women and how sorry you are to leave their company.”

-A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Our Little Sister” is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa’s masterpiece “The Makioka Sisters.”
-Maggie Lee, Variety
Palme d’Or Nominee at Cannes Film Festival!
128 min. | Comedy, Drama

Directed by:  Hirokazu Koreeda

The Innocents
Sep 6 all-day
The Innocents

Opening Friday, September 2nd

Friday (9/2) 6:30 PM
Saturday (9/3) 6:15 PM
Sunday (9/4) 2:30 PM

Tuesday (9/6) 8:00 PM
Wednesday (9/7) 5:30 PM

Friday (9/9) 8:30 PM
Saturday (9/10) 5:30 PM
Sunday (9/11) 5:00 PM

Wednesday (9/14) 8:30 PM
Thursday (9/15) 6:00 PM

Warsaw, December 1945: the second World War is finally over and French Red Cross doctor Mathilde (Lou de Laage) is treating the last of the French survivors of the German camps. When a panicked Benedictine nun appears at the clinic begging Mathilde to follow her back to the convent, what she finds there is shocking: a holy sister about to give birth and several more in advanced stages of pregnancy. A non-believer, Mathilde enters the sisters’ fiercely private world, dictated by the rituals of their order and the strict Rev. Mother (Agata Kulesza, Ida). Fearing the shame of exposure, the hostility of the occupying Soviet troops and local Polish communists and while facing an unprecedented crisis of faith, the nuns increasingly turn to Mathilde as their beliefs and traditions clash with harsh realities.

“Leaves us with a fresh understanding of our capacity to respond to suffering with good or evil, and to find new definitions of grace and vocation.” – Justin Chang, Variety

 
“A near perfect film with restrained, yet powerful, performances, direction that allows the narrative to unfold in truly revelatory ways, surprising humor, and cinematography that begs translation into still photography.” – J. Ryan Parker, Patheos.com

“A moving drama about the struggle to keep one’s faith in the most difficult of situations…a compelling deconstruction of how to cope and rebuild.” – Jordan Raup, The Film Stage

 

Official Selection – Sundance Film Festival – U.S. Premiere

115 min. | PG-13 | Drama

Directed by:  Anne Fontaine
Starring: Lou de Laage, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza