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Feb 20, 2015

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Films
Feb 21, 2015

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Feb 22, 2015

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Feb 22, 2015

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Films
Feb 22, 2015

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Films
Feb 22, 2015

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Films
Feb 27, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Feb 27, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Feb 28, 2015

The Last Picture Show  (Peter Bogdanovich, 1971) An adaptation of Larry McMurtry’s novel and set in a small North Texas town, The Last Picture Show focuses on the coming-of-age stories of Sonny (Timothy Bottoms), Duane (Jeff Bridges), and Jacy (Cybill Shepherd), as the conservative American values of the 1950s begin to crumble into a stark, moody landscape.

Films
Feb 28, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

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