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Feb
12
Fri
Cinema Verde International Environmental Film & Arts Festival @ Hippodrome Theatre
Feb 12 @ 4:00 pm – Feb 14 @ 10:00 pm
Cinema Verde International Environmental Film & Arts Festival @ Hippodrome Theatre | Gainesville | Florida | United States

The Seventh Annual Cinema Verde Environmental Film and Arts Festival will be held February 11-14, 2016 at the Hippodrome with our all-day EcoFair in the surrounding Sun Center Plaza on Valentine’s Day. Please join us for an array of international films presented to raise awareness of environmental concerns and bring our community together to learn about and extend sustainable solutions to the world’s climate, water, waste, energy, food, economy and leadership issues. Please join us to share your success stories and learn from one another!

Our Opening Night VIP Reception kicks off the festival and begins our marathon of 19 feature-length films and 22 shorts from all around the world. Films will be screened at the Hipp Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at Sababa and Omi restaurants during our EcoFair at the Sun Center Plaza on Sunday. Come help us create a sustainable future – the world we want to live in!

Festival Schedule

Film Synopses
Trailers 

 

Mar
11
Fri
SPRING OBSERVERSHIP: The Elephant Man
Mar 11 all-day
SPRING OBSERVERSHIP: The Elephant Man

MARCH 11  TO APRIL 6, 2016
5 sessions  • $100

Friday, March 11 (3-5PM) – Orientation & backstage tour
Friday, March 18 (time TBA) – First Rehearsal, meet director Lauren Caldwell, cast, and designers
Friday, March 25 (3-5PM) – Rehearsal
Thursday, March 31 (3-5PM) –Press Run
Wednesday, April 6 (7-10PM) – Preview performance and discussion

In this engaging Play Oberservership, you will be led through the creative process of a very unique theatrical experience; the Hippodrome’s production of THE ELEPHANT MAN. The first production on our stage 35 years ago, this timeless classic delves deeply into what defines us as human beings and challenges us to show our true selves to the world and face the consequences therein.
Participants in the Observership will witness designer presentations, the cast table read of the script, additional rehearsals, and a backstage Hippodrome tour. The Observership culminates with a preview performance and post-show discussion with the cast and creative team. Cost for 5 classes is only $100 and includes 1 ticket to the preview performance.

 

Limited Early Bird Special: Register through the Hippodrome by February 14 and save $10!

Call the Hippodrome Box Office at 352-375-4477 or purchase online today!

Mar
13
Sun
Labyrinth of Lies
Mar 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:45 pm
Labyrinth of Lies

2015 / drama / 124 min / Germany

Director: Giulio Ricciarelli

Sponsor: Norman Braman Chair in Holocaust Studies

In 1958, Johann Radmann has just been appointed Public Prosecutor and pricks up his ears when a teacher is identified as a former Auschwitz guard. Radmann begins to examine the case, falls out with friends, colleagues and allies, and is sucked into a labyrinth of lies in his search for the truth. What he ultimately brings to light will change Germany forever.

Mar
14
Mon
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt

2016 / documentary / 125 min / Israel | Canada

Director: Ada Ushpiz

Sponsor: Alexander Grass Chair in Jewish Studies

The German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt caused an uproar in the 1960s by coining the subversive concept the “banality of evil” when referring to the trial of Adolph Eichmann, which she covered for the New Yorker. Her private life was no less controversial. This thought provoking and spirited documentary, with its abundance of archival materials, offers an intimate portrait of one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century.

Mar
15
Tue
The Last Mentsch
Mar 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The Last Mentsch

2016 / drama / 93 min / Germany | Switzerland

Director: Pierre-Henry Salfati

Sponsor: UF Center for European Studies

Without family, a synagogue or a single Jewish friend, the hardened survivor has so effectively created a new identity that, when faced with his own mortality, the rabbis refuse his appeal to be buried in a Jewish cemetery in Cologne. Determined to return to his birthplace and establish his ancestry, Marcus enlists the help of a young Turkish woman with a troubled history of her own. The unlikely duo sets out on a journey that will irrevocably change them both.

Mar
16
Wed
Manpower
Mar 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Manpower

2016 / drama / 85 min / Israel | France

Director: Noam Kaplan

Supporter: UF Initiative on Global Migration

Meir Cohen is a decorated police officer who barely earns a living. His new assignment is deporting African migrant workers from Israel “of their own free will.” Moving between scathing realism and subtle irony, the film raises questions of belonging and uprooting, exile and emigration, home and family

Mar
17
Thu
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy

2015 / documentary / 96 min / United Kingdom

Director: David Evans

Sponsor: Norman Braman Chair in Holocaust Studies

Two men, each the son of very high-ranking Nazi officials in Poland and the Ukraine and possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers, engage in intense conversation with an eminent Jewish human rights lawyer whose own grandfather escaped the same town where their fathers carried out mass killings. The three embark on an emotional journey together, stimulating a unique view of the father-son relationship, and ultimately coming to some very unexpected and difficult conclusions.

Mar
18
Fri
SPRING OBSERVERSHIP: The Elephant Man
Mar 18 all-day
SPRING OBSERVERSHIP: The Elephant Man

MARCH 11  TO APRIL 6, 2016
5 sessions  • $100

Friday, March 11 (3-5PM) – Orientation & backstage tour
Friday, March 18 (time TBA) – First Rehearsal, meet director Lauren Caldwell, cast, and designers
Friday, March 25 (3-5PM) – Rehearsal
Thursday, March 31 (3-5PM) –Press Run
Wednesday, April 6 (7-10PM) – Preview performance and discussion

In this engaging Play Oberservership, you will be led through the creative process of a very unique theatrical experience; the Hippodrome’s production of THE ELEPHANT MAN. The first production on our stage 35 years ago, this timeless classic delves deeply into what defines us as human beings and challenges us to show our true selves to the world and face the consequences therein.
Participants in the Observership will witness designer presentations, the cast table read of the script, additional rehearsals, and a backstage Hippodrome tour. The Observership culminates with a preview performance and post-show discussion with the cast and creative team. Cost for 5 classes is only $100 and includes 1 ticket to the preview performance.

 

Limited Early Bird Special: Register through the Hippodrome by February 14 and save $10!

Call the Hippodrome Box Office at 352-375-4477 or purchase online today!

Mar
19
Sat
Natasha
Mar 19 @ 8:30 pm – 9:45 pm
Natasha

2016 / drama / 96 min / Canada

Director: David Benmozgis

Sponsor: Samuel R. “Bud” Shorstein Professorship

Based on the book by acclaimed author David Bezmozgis, Natasha is the story of Mark, the young son of Russian- Jewish immigrants living in the suburbs north of Toronto. When his uncle enters into an arranged marriage, the woman arrives in Canada with her fourteen year-old daughter, Natasha. Mark, a slacker, is conscripted by his parents to take responsibility for the strange girl. He learns that, in Moscow, she’d led a troubled and promiscuous life. A secret and forbidden romance begins between the two of them.​

Mar
20
Sun
Kol Nidre
Mar 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:45 pm
Kol Nidre

1939 / drama | musical  /  88 min  /  United States
Director: Joseph Seiden
Film restoration & new English subtitles by The National Center for Jewish Film, www.jewishfilm.org

​A delightfully entertaining melodrama with music and romance about a girl torn between two childhood boyfriends, the film is a Yiddish tearjerker exploring assimilation, anti-Semitism and gender.