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FINDING VIVIAN MAIER

Coming Friday, April 25 to the Waters Edge Cinema

Show times Friday, April 25 thru Thursday, May 1:

  • Daily except Tue @ 4:30pm & 7pm*
  • Tue @ 4:30pm only
  • *Sat-Sun additional matinees @ 2pm

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The late Vivian Maier worked as a nanny, and little was known about her private life. That is, until a cache of 100,000 inspired street photographs were discovered, and Maier became an art-world sensation. Her strange and riveting life is explored in this documentary directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. (Not rated, 83 min.)

POETRY (2010)

PAAM Film Art Series at the Waters Edge Cinema

One screening only: Tue, Apr 29 @ 7pm

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A Korean woman in her 60s with early signs of Alzheimer’s disease enrolls in a poetry class and finds a purpose to her life. Directed by Chang-dong Lee.  “POETRY is daring in the ways only quiet, unhurried, but finally haunting films have the courage to be.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times.  In Korean; subtitled. (Not rated, 139 min.)

ON MY WAY

Coming Soon to the Waters Edge Cinema

Catherine Deneuve stars as a former beauty queen in her 60s who embarks on a redemptive road trip — reuniting with her daughter and grandson — when her financial situation and love life suddenly fall apart. Written and directed by Emmanuelle Bercot. "ON MY WAY finds Deneuve warm and natural, completely open and yet subtle, able to suggest much with little, allowing us to read her thoughts." — Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Examiner. In French; subtitled. (Not rated, 113 min.)

LAURENCE ANYWAYS (2012)

PAAM Film Art Series at the Waters Edge Cinema

SERIES FINALE: new season begins in Fall 2014

One screening only: Tue, May 13 @ 7pm

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At times earthbound, at times fantastic, and always fashion-runway chic, this transgender male-to-female journey of a college lit professor (Melvil Poupaud) and his beloved wife (Suzanne Clément) takes viewers on an epic romantic whirlwind ride through the ’80s and ’90s. The 24-year-old director, Xavier Dolan (I HATE MY MOTHER) is a Québécois Orson Welles – wunderkind and enfant terrible – and a cinema natural. In French; subtitled. (Not rated, 168 min.)

LE WEEK-END

Coming Soon to the Waters Edge Cinema

In this new romantic comedy written by Hanif Kureishi (VENUS; MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE), an older, bickering British couple (Tom Wilkinson and Lindsay Duncan) return to Paris, where they spent their honeymoon many years before, in an attempt to rejuvenate their marriage. With Jeff Goldblum. Directed by Roger Michell. "Wonderfully acerbic, tender, moving and insightful." — Graham Young, Birmingham Mail. (Rated R, 93 min.)

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

Coming Soon to the Waters Edge Cinema
 

A stylish take from writer-director Jim Jarmusch (DEAD MAN; MYSTERY TRAIN; STRANGER THAN PARADISE) on a love between vampires that has lasted through the ages. With Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Anton Yelchin, John Hurt, and Jeffrey Wright. "There is something magical and magnetic about this world of mature, know-it-all, ultra-cool vampires." — Dave Calhoun, Time Out. (Rated R, 122 min.)

LOCKE

Coming Soon to the Waters Edge Cinema

A construction-site manager (Tom Hardy) receives a series of terrifying phone calls — in his car while he's driving — that threaten to unravel his family, his job, and everything he believes in. Written and directed by Steven Knight. "A virtuoso narrative and technical experiment that doesn't stint on dramatic complexity or heart." — David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter. "One of the most nail-biting thrillers of the year." —Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph. (Rated R, 85 min.)

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