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Mar 11, 2018

“Shocking and enraging, funny and surreal, rapturous and restorative, this is a film of startling intensity and sinuous mood shifts wrapped in a rock-solid coherence of vision.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter.

A transgender singer faces scorn and discrimination after the sudden death of her older boyfriend.

R; 104 minutes; Spanish with English subtitles

Mar 11, 2018

“Shocking and enraging, funny and surreal, rapturous and restorative, this is a film of startling intensity and sinuous mood shifts wrapped in a rock-solid coherence of vision.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter.

A transgender singer faces scorn and discrimination after the sudden death of her older boyfriend.

R; 104 minutes; Spanish with English subtitles

Mar 11, 2018

“Shocking and enraging, funny and surreal, rapturous and restorative, this is a film of startling intensity and sinuous mood shifts wrapped in a rock-solid coherence of vision.” David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter.

A transgender singer faces scorn and discrimination after the sudden death of her older boyfriend.

R; 104 minutes; Spanish with English subtitles

Mar 16, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 16, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 17, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 18, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 18, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 18, 2018

“A visually mesmerizing film, even as it captures a nightmarish situation.” Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

In this winner of the Cannes 2017 Grand Jury Prize, an estranged Russian couple going through a brutal divorce both have new partners and want to start over until their 12-year-old son disappears after witnessing one of their fights.

NR; 128 minutes; Russian with English subtitles

Mar 31, 2018 - Jun 17, 2018
Spanning painting, sculpture, collage, and installation, Kamrooz Aram's work investigates the complex relationship between Western modernism and classical non-Western art. By highlighting their formal connections, he reveals the typically downplayed role that non-Western art and design have played in the development of modernism and its drive toward abstraction. Challenging the traditionally Euro-centric narrative established by art history, Aram's work sets forth to disrupt this perceived hierarchy by merging and equalizing Western and non-Western forms.

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