Spring 2017

AN EARLY LOOK AT FILMS AND GUESTS UNDER CONSIDERATION, SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND AVAILABILITY:




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ALIVE AND KICKING
Director Susan Glatzer

Gives an intimate, insiderís view into the culture of the current swing dance world while shedding light on issues facing modern society.


 


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A QUIET PASSION
With Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, director Terence Davies

Daviesí biographical drama details the life of Emily Dickinson; her loves, her struggles and her magnificent poetry. Shot on set in Belgium and on location in Amherst, Massachusetts, combining drama with humor, the film paints a sympathetic but far from idealistic portrait of Emilyís life.


 


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CEZANNEí ET MOI
With Guillaume Canet, Guillaume Galileenne, director Daniele Thompson

Paul was rich, Emile poor. They left Aix-en-Provence for Paris, hung out in the same places, slept with the same women. They spat on the bourgeoisie (who spat back). Now, Paul is a painter and Emile, a writer. Glory has passed Paul by. But Emile has it all: fame, money, the perfect wife, whom Paul once loved.


 


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THE CIRCLE
With Tom Hanks, Emma Watson, director James Ponsoldt

Based on the best selling novel by Dave Eggers, a young woman rises through the ranks of the worldís largest tech and social media company to find herself in a perilous situation in which her decisions and actions will determine the future of humanity.


 


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DEAN
with Demetri Martin, Kevin Kline, Mary Steenburgen, director Demetri Martin

An offbeat comedy about arrested development, writer/director/actor Demetri Martin deals with the loss of a parent, career challenges and bi-coastal mishaps in the traditions of Woody Allen and Wes Anderson.


 


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FRANTZ
With Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, director Francois Ozon

Inspired by Ernst Lubitschís Broken Lullaby, Ozon explores war, grief, love, loss, passion, forgiveness and the weight of bearing a protective lie versus admitting the devastating truth.


 


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GIFTED
With Chris Evans, McKenna Grace, director Marc Web

Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is a single man raising a child prodigy, his spirited young niece Mary (McKenna Grace) in a coastal town in Florida. His plans for a normal school life for Mary are jeopardized when her formidable grandmother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) threatens to separate Frank and Mary.


 


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THE SENSE OF AN ENDING
With Charlotte Rampling, Jim Broadbent, director Ritesh Batra

Adapted from the Man Booker-winning novel by Julian Barnes, everything changes for a man when buried secrets from his past force him to face flawed recollections of his younger self, the truth about his first love and the disastrous consequences of decisions made a lifetime ago.


 


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WILSON
With Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, director Craig Johnson

A lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged misanthrope reunites with his estranged wife and gets a shot at happiness when he learns he has a teenage daughter he has never met.


 


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WONDER
With Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay, director Stephen Chbosky

From the New York Times bestseller, Wonder spins the inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences, his family, classmates and community who struggle to discover compassion and acceptance, and the journey which unites them and proves that you canít blend in when you were born to stand out.


 



 


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