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Schedule for Sunday, February 24
- Young Sherlock Holmes
- The Gatekeepers
- The Friends of Eddie Coyle
- Nothing But a Man
- Coup de Torchon
"A masterpiece about life, death and everything in between, Michael Haneke’s Amour takes a long, hard, tender look at an elderly French couple, Georges and Anne — played by two titans of French cinema, Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva — in their final days." ( Manohla Dargis, NY Times)
Oscar Winner–– Best Foriegn Film! The latest from modern master Michael Haneke (The White Ribbon), Amour is a deeply moving but deceptively simple film about love in the face of mortality. Starring screen legends Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva as an elderly couple dealing with life after a stroke, this Palme d'Or and Oscar winner is easily an instant classic.
Michael Haneke. 2012. 127 m. PG-13. France/Germany/Austria, French. Sony Pictures Classics.11:45 AM 5:05 PM 7:45 PM
Young Sherlock Holmes
This incarnation of Sherlock Holmes (Nicolas Rowe) introduces the detective as a boarding school student, who—with his new friend John Watson (Alan Cox) solves a mystery that involves a series of murders, a hallucinatory and lethal drug, and a dangerous mummification-loving cult. It's the Holmes origin story that Conan Doyle never wrote.
Barry Levinson. 1985. 109 m. PG-13. US. Paramount Pictures.12:00 PM
"It is guaranteed to trouble any one, left, right, center or head in the sand, with confidence or certainly in his or her own opinions. If you need reassurance or grounds for optimism about the Middle East, you will not find it here. What you will find is rare, welcome and almost unbearable clarity." (A.O. Scott, NY Times)
Academy Award Nominee for Documentary Feature
Dror Moreh. 2013. 97 m. PG-13. France/Germany/Israel/Belgium, English/Hebrew. Sony Pictures Classics.12:15 PM 2:25 PM 6:00 PM 8:05 PM
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Based on George V. Higgins' The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Gunrunners, mob hitmen, bank robbers, ATF agents- with friends like these, a Boston-based hijacker (Robert Mitchum) doesn't need enemies. Staring down a five-year stretch in the slammer, he turns informer, and whether he ends up going to jail or getting caught by his criminal pals, time is most definitely running out. A brutal and underrated portrait of blue-collar crooks
Peter Yates. 1973. 102 m. R. US. Paramount Pictures.2:30 PM 7:40 PM
Nothing But a Man
"...this beautiful film opened my head up, introduced me in a shattering way to the notion of race, drove me to James Baldwin, Soul on Ice, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, — thus birthing a whole new world-view for me, where previously there had been a basically blissful haze of movies, movies, movies." (Jonathan Demme)
Focusing on the struggles of a young black couple for respect and justice in early-60s Alabama, this important film is a reemerging landmark in American cinema. Hailed for its handling of sensitive subject matter and its groundbreaking visual style, Nothing But a Man is a fiction film that looks like a documentary.
Read a personal note from Jonathan Demme about Nothing But A Man.
Michael Roemer. 1964. 95 m. NR. USA.3:00 PM
Q&A w/host Jonathan Demme and visual artist, hip hop pioneer and filmmaker Fab 5 Freddy
Tickets: $9 (members), $14 (nonmembers)
Coup de Torchon
Based on Jim Thompson's Pop. 1280
Surrounded by corruption and open apartheid in French West Africa, an ineffectual police chief embraces the immoral climate by becoming a casual murderer. Although he first dishes it out to those who have it coming, he soon finds he must kill indiscriminately to cover his tracks. Savagely violent, yet oddly quiet and profound.
Bertrand Tavernier. 1981. 128 m. NR. France, English/French. Rialto Pictures.5:00 PM