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Schedule for Sunday, May 3


While We're Young

New Releases

Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts are achingly funny as a childless New York City couple who gravitate toward a pair of disarming younger hipsters (Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried) when their own friends start becoming parents. This sharp comedy is the latest from writer/director Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha, Greenberg), who again finds a way to make us laugh about the agony of growing up. Check the JBFC Blog to hear why While We're Young is a can't miss film.

Noah Baumbach. 2015. 94 m. R. USA. A24 Films.

12:00 PM   2:05 PM   8:15 PM  


Clouds of Sils Maria

New Releases

"It turns out that, as characters and actors, Binoche and Stewart are unexpectedly ideal scene partners. Binoche is the sort of star who can find harmony with almost anyone in any language. She’s luminous in everything — but she’s the only star I’ve ever seen who can so specifically adjust the wattage. " (Wesley Morris, Grantland)

Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) is an internationally acclaimed actress at the peak of her career who has agreed to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous. But this time, she won't play Sigrid, an alluring young woman, but the role of Helena, Sigrid's older boss. She departs with her assistant (Kristen Stewart) to rehearse in Sils Maria, a remote region of the Alps and soon Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, staring at an unsettling reflection of herself.

Grantland review

Olivier Assayas. 2015. 124 m. R. France/Germany/Switzerland/USA, Various languages with subtitles. IFC/Sundance Selects.

12:05 PM   6:10 PM   8:40 PM  


Woman in Gold

New Releases

Helen Mirren shines in this remarkable true story of one woman's journey to reclaim her heritage. Sixty years after fleeing Austria during World War II, Maria Altmann (Mirren) hires inexperienced young lawyer Randy Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds) to help her retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis, among them Klimt's famous painting 'The Lady in Gold'. Directed by Simon Curtis (My Week with Marilyn) and also starring Katie Holmes, Daniel Brühl, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern, and Jonathan Pryce.

Simon Curtis. 2015. 107 m. PG-13. UK/USA. The Weinstein Company.

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


The Salt of the Earth

New Releases

For 40 years, photographer Sebastião Salgado has been traveling the world in the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. He has witnessed some of the major events in recent history; international conflicts, starvation and diaspora. Now he's embarking on the discovery of pristine territories, wild fauna and flora, and of grandiose landscapes as part of a huge photographic project which is a tribute to the planet's beauty. This epic journey is captured through the lens of master German filmmaker Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, Wings of Desire) and Salgado's own son, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado.

Wim Wenders/Juliano Ribeiro Salgado. 2014. 110 m. PG-13. Various Countries, French/Portuguese. Sony Pictures Classics.

12:15 PM   2:35 PM   5:05 PM   7:25 PM  


She's Beautiful When She's Angry

Special Events

“An urgent, illuminating dive into the movement that—no matter what its detractors insist—has given us the world in which we live.” (Village Voice)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Vibrantly combining dramatizations, performance, and archival imagery, this inspiring new documentary presents the history of the outrageous, often brilliant activists who created the emergence of more radical factions of women’s lib, the film never shies away from controversy as it deftly captures the spirit of the time.

Q&A filmmaker Nancy Kennedy moderated by NYS Assemblywoman and Westchester NOW member, Shelley Mayer

Mary Dore. 2014. 92 m. NR. USA. International Film Circuit.

12:30 PM  

 Tickets: $7 (members), $12 (nonmembers)


Felix and Meira

New Releases

In this tender, lovely drama, an unhappy Hasidic wife and mother meets a secular loner mourning the death of his father in a bakery in Montreal’s Mile End district. Despite their vastly different backgrounds, the two find a connection. As mutual affection subtlely shades into romance, the young woman faces a tough choice that calls her very identity into question. 

Official Website / Trailer

Maxime Giroux. 2014. 105 m. NR. Canada, French/Yiddish with subtitles. Oscilloscope Pictures.

2:50 PM   5:20 PM   7:40 PM  


The Invisible Men w/ Not Quite the Taliban

Greenhouse: Emerging Documentary Voices

The Invisible Men: A look at the plight of persecuted gay Palestinians who are hiding illegally in Tel Aviv. Living under threats including impris- onment, bodily harm, and death, they tell their own devastating stories as they contemplate leaving their homeland behind to seek asylum abroad. • Yariv Mozer. 2012. 70 m. NR. Israel, in Hebrew Arabic/English with subtitles.

with Not Quite the Taliban“What does a cool Arab do when he finds out that things aren’t as cool as they appear to be?” Filmmaker Fadi Hindash chronicles his own journey through the double standards in Dubai—the flagship of Arab modernity—as he reckons with the hypocritical responses he gets when he brings up taboo subjects such as sexual orientation. • Fadi Hindash. 2009. 50 m. NR. Jordan, in Arabic with subtitles.

Q&A Not Quite the Taliban filmmaker Fadi Hindash via Skype 

n/a. 2015. 120 m. NR. Israel, Arabic/Hebrew with subtitles. Green House.

3:00 PM  

 Tickets: $7 (members), $12 (nonmembers)


55 Days at Peking

Jonathan Demme's Rarely Seen Cinema

Charlton Heston stars as the leader of a multinational army that heads to Peking to stave off the anti-foreigner Boxer Rebellion of 1900. An extrava- gant epic—and commercial disaster —directed by Nicholas Ray (Rebel Without a Cause), it features David Niven as the fussy British ambassador and Ava Gardner as a sultry Russian baroness. Print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive 

Q&A host Jonathan Demme

Nicholas Ray. 1963. 154 m. NR. USA. The Weinstein Company.

5:00 PM  

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