Schedule for Saturday, August 13
- The Black Swan
- Sarah's Key
- Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times
- Another Earth
- The Lady Eve
- Animal House
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The Black Swan
The new governor of Jamaica, the ruthless buccaneer Henry Morgan, sets off with his right-hand man (Tyrone Power) to rid the Caribbean of pirates. But his plans soon go awry, and there’s a kidnapping, thundering guns, and all-out action. Pure pleasure for all.
Henry King. 1942. 87 m. NR. USA. N/A.12:00 PM
"A heartbreaking, wonderfully acted and superbly dramatized drama." (Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter)
The critically acclaimed French film, Sarah's Key, follows modern day American journalist, Julia (Kristen Scott Thomas), as she investigates the experiences of a young Jewish girl during the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup in Paris. Through the course of her investigation, Julia uncovers a connection to the girl and hidden truths about France, her French in-laws and ultimately, herself.
Gilles Paquet-Brenner. 2010. 113 m. PG-13. France, English/French. The Weinstein Company.12:05 PM 2:35 PM 5:00 PM 7:20 PM 9:40 PM
Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times
"A fascinating study of a newspaper doing its best to not just survive but to continue to do so with excellence while the world tilts beneath the venerable broadsheet." (Linda Barnard, Toronto Star)
Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times chronicles print journalism’s ongoing struggle to remain vital and solvent in a day where more and more people rely on the internet as their main news source. Debuting at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Page One gives audiences unprecedented access to the venerable paper’s newsroom and the journalists within it, like the salty but endearing, David Carr.
Andrew Rossi. 2011. 88 m. R. USA. Magnolia Pictures.12:15 PM
"A gripping, intimate story to which science fiction adds a provocative, philosophical context." (Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter)
Another Earth offers a high concept science-fiction romance that tells the story of two strangers: an MIT student (Brit Marling) and a composer (William Mapother). On the eve of the discovery of a duplicate Earth, the lives of these strangers becomes intertwined in an unlikely love affair. Another Earth won the Alfred P. Sloan award at this year's Sundance Film Festival and has critics raving over new-comer, Marling and director/co-writer Mike Cahill.
Mike Cahill. 2011. 92 m. PG-13. USA. Fox Searchlight.2:25 PM 5:05 PM
The Lady Eve
The Party: a dinner party at Fairfield Manor in honor of the mysterious Lady Eve Sidwich.
Con artist Barbara Stanwyck targets dopey millionaire snake expert Henry Fonda aboard a trans-Atlantic cruise. Even though he’s no match for her, she finds herself falling for the poor sap, “snakes and all!” Then unexpected circumstances cause her to up the ante—and Fonda, his number of pratfalls—in Preston Sturges’ slapstick masterpiece.
Preston Sturges. 1941. 94 m. NR. USA. Universal Pictures.2:30 PM 5:10 PM
Academy Award winner Errol Morris uses his superior gift for storytelling to bring us the true story of Joyce McKinney, a former beauty queen whose romantic obsession with a young Mormon becomes tabloid fodder in the late 1970's. Tabloid is a poignant and humorous portrayal of McKinney's strange tale and the public's love for sensationalism.
Errol Morris. 2010. 87 m. R. USA. IFC/Sundance Selects.7:10 PM 9:15 PM
The Party: three words—TOGA! TOGA! TOGA!
Every Halloween, the trees are filled with underwear! Every spring, the toilets explode! It could only be Delta House whose members, despite being placed on “Double Secret Probation” by crusty Dean Wormer, defiantly terrorize campus in this staple of college party movies. Made iconic by John Belushi's ribald Bluto, the film endures, thanks to its timeless spirit of rebellion.
John Landis. 1978. 109 m. R. USA. Universal Pictures.7:15 PM 9:35 PM