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Jun 11, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 10, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 09, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 09, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 08, 2017

A poignant, thought-provoking account of friendship and the toll of inherited guilt, this film explores the relationship between two men, each of whom are the children of very high-ranking Nazi officials and possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers. Eminent human rights lawyer Philippe Sands investigates the complicated connection between the two, and even delves into the story of his own grandfather who escaped the same town where their fathers carried out mass killings.

Jun 06, 2017

Station to Station, Doug Aitken, 2013, 62 one-minute films

Nine vintage train cars, strewn with multicolored LEDs, zoomed cross-country, filled with a rotating cast of contemporary artists and musicians, including Beck, Patti Smith, Ed Ruscha, William Eggleston, Cat Power, Thurston Moore and Mark Bradford. . . . Along the way, Aitken shot and directed a feature film that's not so much a documentary of the project as it is an offshoot of it. Deborah Vankin, Los Angeles Times, August 19, 2015

Jun 04, 2017

“I'm thrilled to say that it's an absolute drop-dead masterwork.” Richard Brody, The New Yorker.

Jun 04, 2017

“I'm thrilled to say that it's an absolute drop-dead masterwork.” Richard Brody, The New Yorker.

Jun 04, 2017

“I'm thrilled to say that it's an absolute drop-dead masterwork.” Richard Brody, The New Yorker.

Jun 03, 2017

“I'm thrilled to say that it's an absolute drop-dead masterwork.” Richard Brody, The New Yorker.

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