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ALL ABOUT EVE - 1950
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Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Eve (Tilda Swinton) are vampires who have been in love for centuries. When Eve travels from Tangiers to Detroit to be with Adam their reunion is disrupted by the arrival of an uncontrollable younger sister (Mia Wasikowska). "[Director Jim] Jarmusch's film creates two people whose joy, not pain, is to be together forever. C'est l'amour."-Richard Corliss, TIME Magazine "Magical and magnetic." -Dave Calhoun, Time Out (R, 123m)

Tue.

7/22

8:45

Wed.

7/23

2:30

Thu.

7/24

9:00

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Classic Film Series! Joseph Mankiewicz's 1950 classic comedy starring Bette Davis "features more quotable dialogue in one movie than most screenwriters manage in a lifetime."-Trevor Johnston, Time Out (PG, Film historian David Zinman will introduce the film and lead a post screening discussion. 138m)

Wed.

7/23

5:30

Living in a comfortable retirement community in Southern Oregon, estranged from her family, unsatisfied with her surroundings, and generally not happy about life, Marie (Shirley Knight) decides to journey 80 miles on foot to the coast of Oregon to revisit the ocean of her past for the first time in 45 years. Co-starring Tom Skerritt. "A low-key charmer with a large-souled performance at its center."-Stephen Farber, Hollywood Reporter (PG-13, 90m)

Tue.

7/22

6:15

Wed.

7/23

9:15

Thu.

7/24

4:00

6:30

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Twenty-something comedienne Donna Stern's (Jenny Slate) unplanned pregnancy forces her to confront the realities of independent womanhood for the first time. "Enters territory rarely trod by romantic comedies — it's clear Donna's in no way ready to have a child — and does so with warmth and wit."-Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times "It's both funny and serious without trying too hard to be either, and by trying above all to be honest." -A.O. Scott, New York Times "Refreshingly new."-Ann Hornaday, Washington Post (R for language and sexual content, 84m)

Fri.

7/25

6:30

Sat.

7/26

9:00

Sun.

7/27

3:35

9:00

Mon.

7/28

9:00

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Darwin meets Hitchcock in this fascinating documentary of a 1930s criminal mystery as strange and alluring as the famous archipelago itself. Fleeing conventional society, a Berlin doctor and his mistress start a new life on uninhabited Floreana Island, but after the international press sensationalizes their exploits others flock there. Clashing personalities are aggravated by the island community's lusty free-love ethos and when some of the islanders disappear, suspicions of murder hang in the air, leaving an unsolved mystery which remains the subject of local lore today. (NR, 120m)

Fri.

7/25

8:50

Sat.

7/26

6:00

Sun.

7/27

6:00

Mon.

7/28

3:00

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A Meet the Filmmaker Special Event! Heather Arnet explores how so many other countries have come to elect a female president prior to the US. She is inspired by her grandmother, the late Vivian Goldstein, whose own mother marched as a suffragette and had hoped to live long enough to see a woman elected president of the United States. Sadly, she was not able to see her dream come true. Inspired by Vivian's resolve, Arnet traveled to Brazil to ask women from different regions and socio-economic backgrounds to share their perspective on the dynamic shifts that have occurred in Brazil over the course of just one generation. (NR, Heather will host Q&A after the screening. 60m)

Mon.

7/28

6:00

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