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Jul 10, 2016

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and other international artists of The Silk Road Project discuss their philosophies on music and culture.

96 minutes; PG-13

Jul 10, 2016

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and other international artists of The Silk Road Project discuss their philosophies on music and culture.

96 minutes; PG-13

Jul 10, 2016

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and other international artists of The Silk Road Project discuss their philosophies on music and culture.

96 minutes; PG-13

Jul 12, 2016

July 12 – La Jetée, 1962

La Jetée – a film made of photographs . . . but also made up of whispers, of heartbeats, of the roars of airplane – feels primitive to the eye and the ear even though it tells of the future. It is a time-travel story yet no movie is so frozen in time. It feels like a film in mourning for film, in memorial to itself.  
Michael Koresky, Echo Chamber: Listening to La Jetée

Jul 14, 2016

Fort Worth Premier

Jul 15, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 15, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 16, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 17, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 17, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

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