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Schedule for Sunday, March 29

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3 Hearts

New Releases

“A touching, impeccably controlled drama.” (Manohla Dargis, New York Times)

One night in provincial France, Marc (Benoît Poelvoorde) meets Sylvie (Charlotte Gainsbourg) after missing his train back to Paris. Instantly drawn to one another, they wander through the streets until morning. But when Sylvie reunites with her ex and leaves France, Marc falls in love and marries. What neither knows is that Marc’s new bride is Sylvie’s sister. Upon Sylvie’s return to France, the spark between her and Marc is reignited in ways that will forever alter the relationships between sister to sister and husband to wife. 

Benoit Jacquot. 2014. 106 m. PG-13. France, French. Cohen Media Group.

12:00 PM 2:15 PM 7:45 PM


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La Sapienza

New Releases

"The movie is an unapologetically rarefied undertaking and at the same time a gracious and inviting film. And it embodies an elegant and melancholy paradox: What looks like tourism is really the pursuit of truth and beauty, and vice versa." (A.O. Scott, NY Times)

La Sapienza echoes Rossellini's Viaggio in Italia in its tale of Alexandre Schmidt (Fabrizio Rongione), a brilliant architect who, plagued by doubts and loss of inspiration, embarks on a quest of artistic and spiritual renewal guided by his study of Borromini. His wife Aliénor (Christelle Prot), similarly troubled by the crassness of contemporary society, decides to accompany him. In Stresa, a chance encounter upends the couple's plans with a series of life-altering revelations.

New York Times review

Eugčne Green. 2015. 100 m. NR. France/Italy, French/Italian with subtitles. Kino Lorber Films.

12:10 PM 2:25 PM 5:20 PM 7:30 PM


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Wild Tales

New Releases

"Deserves to become a serious art-house hit in the U.S. thanks to its skill in deftly overcoming the form’s usual deficits, for a result that feels as amazingly cohesive as it is relentlessly clever and entertaining." (Godfrey Cheshire, RogerEbert.com)

Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. Six wickedly funny stories about ordinary people pushed over the thin line that divides civilization and barbarism. 

RogerEbert.com review

Damián Szifrón. 2015. 122 m. R. Spain/Argentina, Spanish with subtitles. Sony Pictures Classics.

12:20 PM 2:50 PM 5:30 PM 7:55 PM


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The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

New Releases

Now that the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for the Elderly and Beautiful has only a single remaining vacancy, Sonny (Dev Patel) must figure out how to accommodate guests (including Richard Gere) as they arrive. His own imminent wedding and the blossom- ing relationships all around also raise a host of questions—and perhaps the only one who may know the answers is the new co-manager of the hotel, Muriel (Maggie Smith), the keeper of everyone's secrets.

John Madden. 2015. 122 m. PG. UK/USA. Fox Searchlight.

12:30 PM 3:05 PM 5:40 PM 8:05 PM


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Seymour: An Introduction

New Releases

"In his calm defense of beauty, craftsmanship, intellectual curiosity and emotional connection as vital human needs, this is one artist who knows he doesn't have to raise his voice to speak volumes.: (Justin Chang, Variety)

Ethan Hawke's gentle, meditative film is a love letter to the study of music and the patience, concentration, and devotion that are fundamental to the practice of art. The film allows us to spend time with a generous human being who has found balance and harmony through his love of music.

Variety  review

Ethan Hawke. 2015. 84 m. PG. USA. IFC Films.

1:00 PM 5:10 PM 7:10 PM


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The Boy and the World

Special Events

“An enchanting visual treat.” (Variety)


With lively rhythms and vibrant colors, The Boy and the World follows a boy on his journey from the Brazilian countryside into a neon-infused city. No real dialogue? No problem: It’s all about the animation, which, in the words of one festival judge, is responsible for “some of the most beautiful images we've ever seen."

Tickets: $7 (members), $12 (nonmembers), $7.50 (children under 12)

JBFC Family Members - use your Family comp passes at the box office for this event!

Ale Abreu. 2013. 80 m. NR. Brazil, N/A. GKids.

3:00 PM


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Limitless

Jonathan Demme's Rarely Seen Cinema

"A loopy joy from start to finish, Bradley Cooper proves that he's the real deal." (David Hughes, Empire)

Eddie Morra's (Bradley Cooper) life changes instantly when he is introduced to NZT, a new pharmaceutical drug that allows him to harness the full power of his brain. Soon Eddie is able to do everything exceptionally well, which catches the attention of people desperate to get their hands on his stash. Eddie dodges mysterious stalkers, a vicious gangster, and an intense police investigation as he attempts to hang on to his dwindling supply long enough to outwit his enemies. Also starring Robert De Niro and directed by Neil Burger (The Illusionist).


Q&A host Jonathan Demme

Empire review

Neil Burger. 2011. 105 m. PG-13. USA. Relativity Media.

5:00 PM

 Tickets: $9 (members), $14 (nonmembers)