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Coming Attractions

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New Generation Queens

Show time for Saturday, November 28 @ 5:30pm

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Documentary about Zanzibar's women's soccer team, a group of women whose commitment to their rights, sport & religion challenges the conservative Muslim society in which they live. (Not Rated, 55 min) 

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Q&A with director, Megan Shutzer following the screening!


Show time Wednesday, December 2 @ 7pm

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Alfred Hitchcock’s shattering romance is arguably his best film—and one of the greatest ever made. James Stewart plays a guilt-ridden San Francisco police detective who takes on a case tracking the whereabouts of an old acquaintance’s wife (Kim Novak) only to fall for her and tear apart his sense of reality and self-worth. 2 hours, 8 minutes.

Bad Santa

Show time Wednesday, December 16 @ 7pm

Billy Bob Thornton plays a deeply vulgar, ultra-cynical and unrepentent drunk who takes on the role of a shopping-mall Santa to mask a criminal scheme and then is undone—hilariously—by a manipulative, portly, and pathetic little boy. Directed by Terry Zwigoff (Crumb; Ghost World). Director’s cut: 1 hour, 28 minutes.

Bunny Lake Is Missing

Show time Wednesday, January 6 @ 7pm

A hauntingly stylish psychological thriller from Otto Preminger, in which a little American girl, looking to enroll in a London school, suddenly disappears, causing much grief for her young mother (Carol Lynley) and uncle (Keir Dullea) and a good deal of work for a skeptical local detective (Laurence Olivier). 1 hour, 47 minutes. Black and white.

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