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Schedule for Wednesday, November 26



New Releases

"...[A]n altogether extraordinary film about the psychopathology of the ties that bind..." (Peter Rainer, Christian Science Monitor)

A psychological drama directed by Bennett Miller and starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Vanessa Redgrave, and Sienna Miller. Based on actual events, the film tells the story of Olympic Gold Medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz (Tatum), who sees a way out from the shadow of his more celebrated wrestling brother Dave (Ruffalo) when he is invited by eccentric multi-millionaire John du Pont (Carell) to move onto his estate and train. This gripping tale is sure to be an awards season favorite.

Local Element: Filmmaker Bennett Miller and screenwriter Dan Futterman grew up in Mamaroneck and Larchmont. Local Element identifies filmmakers connected to Westchester,  provides a public showcase for new work, highlights emerging and established talent, and helps build a stronger community among area filmmakers. 


Peter Rainer's review

Bennett Miller. 2014. 130 m. R. USA. Sony Pictures Classics.

3:00 PM 5:35 PM 8:15 PM



New Releases

"Birdman is the very definition of a tour de force..." (David Edelstein, New York Magazine)

Michael Keaton returns to the big screen in a role that only he can play. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) is a black comedy that tells the story of an actor (Keaton) - famous for portraying an iconic superhero - as he struggles to mount a Broadway play. In the days leading up to opening night, he battles his ego and attempts to recover everything he's lost. Visually stunning, technically superb and featuring knock-out performances from an all-star cast-- Birdman is not just a comeback for Keaton-- it's a comeback for the magic of film itself. 

New York Magazine

Alejandro González Iñárritu. 2014. 119 m. R. USA. Fox Searchlight.

3:05 PM 8:00 PM



Global Watch: Crisis, Culture, and Human Rights

“A dynamic and immersive piece of you-are-there verité.” (Variety)

“They’re kind of like a human rights Mod Squad.” —filmmaker Katy Chevigny

Racing to the scene of alleged human rights abuses, the Emergency Team of Human Rights Watch fearlessly shines light in the darkest places of our planet. Here, they sneak across the Syrian border as the civil war rages, and dodge bullets in the aftermath of the Gaddafi regime. “Intrepid” doesn’t even begin to describe these courageous individuals. Winner: Best Cinematography, Sundance.

Q&A Nov. 25, 7:15: filmmaker Ross Kauffman

Katy Chevigny/ Ross Kauffman . 2014. 88 m. NR. USA, English/Various languages with subtitles.

3:30 PM


The Kill Team

Global Watch: Crisis, Culture, and Human Rights

“Essential, no matter your political convictions.” (New York Magazine

The astonishing story of Adam Winfield, a young infantryman who attempted to alert the military to atrocities his platoon was committing in Afghanistan. After his fellow soldiers heard what he’d done, Winfield was forced to make a split-second decision that would change his life forever. With access to all involved—including Winfield and his startlingly candid compatriots—this is a rare, intimate look at the hazy morality of war.

Dan Krauss. 2013. 79 m. NR. USA. Oscilloscope Pictures.

5:30 PM



New Releases

"It is one of those scorching films that burns through emotions, uses up actors, wrings out audiences. And the jazz, well, it has its own moments of brutal, breathtaking fusion." (Betsy Sharkey, LA Times)

An ambitious young jazz drummer (Miles Teller) teams up with a brilliant, but exacting instructor (J.K. Simmons). However his
 passion to achieve perfection quickly spirals into obsession as his ruthless teacher pushes him to the brink.

LA Times review

Damien Chazelle. 2014. 106 m. R. USA. Sony Pictures Classics.

5:45 PM 9:15 PM


Tough Love

Global Watch: Crisis, Culture, and Human Rights

“Takes on the incredibly broken system of child welfare system, which seems to be hurting as much as it is helping.” (Indiewire)

An inside look at two parents’ battles to be reunited with their children. Through intimate, verité footage, we witness first-hand the child welfare system’s complex bureaucracy, the powerful role poverty and prejudice play in keeping parents and children apart, and the massive challenges parents must overcome in order to put their families back together.

Stephanie Wang-Breal. 2014. 83 m. NR. USA. Eyewang Pictures.

7:30 PM