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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 

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 19, 2016

July 19 – Day for Night, 1973

Jul 26, 2016

July 26 – Notfilm, 2015

I am lost in admiration for this work . . . the film is ambitious, thrilling and illuminating. It represents an invaluable addition to Beckett scholarship. NOTFILM is a superb film.
James Knowlson, OBE (Beckett’s authorized biographer and founder of the Samuel Beckett Archive)

Jul 27, 2016

For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses. 

From the old warrior Winston Churchill, to the Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair right up to today's meetings with the current incumbent David Cameron, the Queen advises her Prime Ministers on all matters both public and personal. Through these private audiences, we see glimpses of the woman behind the crown and witness the moments that shaped a monarch. 

Jul 27, 2016

For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses. 

From the old warrior Winston Churchill, to the Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair right up to today's meetings with the current incumbent David Cameron, the Queen advises her Prime Ministers on all matters both public and personal. Through these private audiences, we see glimpses of the woman behind the crown and witness the moments that shaped a monarch. 

Aug 02, 2016

Films are shown in the auditorium at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Admission is free and open to the public. Seating is limited to the first 250 guests. The age ranges listed are recommendations. Gallery admission is free for film attendees and adult chaperone on the day of the film.

Aug 02, 2016

Films are shown in the auditorium at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Admission is free and open to the public. Seating is limited to the first 250 guests. The age ranges listed are recommendations. Gallery admission is free for film attendees and adult chaperone on the day of the film. 

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