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TICKET PRICE:   Adults $7 | Seniors $6  |  Hope students with ID are free!  |  MOVIE START TIME:  7:30 PM   

 

Haute Cuisine

April 6-11

Runtime: 95 minutes
Genre: Biography/Comedy
Language: French with English subtitles

Hortense Laborie (Catherine Frot), a renowned chef from Perigord, is astonished when the President of the Republic (Jean d'Ormesson) appoints her his personal cook, responsible for creating all his meals at the Elysee Palace. Despite jealous resentment from the other kitchen staff, Hortense quickly establishes herself, thanks to her indomitable spirit. The authenticity of her cooking soon seduces the President, but the corridors of power are littered with traps.

 

Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem

April 13-18

Runtime: 115 minutes
Genre: Drama
Language: Hebrew and English subtitles

In Israel there is neither civil marriage nor civil divorce. Only rabbis can legitimate a marriage or its dissolution. But this dissolution is only possible with full consent from the husband, who in the end has more power than the judges. Viviane Amsalem has been applying for divorce for three years, but her husband Elisha will not agree. His cold intransigence, Viviane's determination to fight for her freedom, and the ambiguous role of the judges, shape a procedure in which tragedy vies with absurdity, and everything is brought out for judgment, apart from the initial request.

 

Noble

May 11-16

Runtime: 100 minutes
Genre: Biography/Drama
Language: English

They broke everything but her spirit. They took everything but her dream. NOBLE, the award-winning feature film, is the incredible true story of a fearless Irish heroine driven by her daring vision to escape the slums of Ireland and risk everything on the streets of Vietnam. Winner of six U.S. film festival awards, including the Panavision Spirit Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the powerful biopic drama written and directed by Stephen Bradley is heralded by critics as "raw and genuinely powerful," "captivating" and "moving." The Hollywood Reporter calls it "a joyful and rousing affirmation of the human spirit that will resound widely."

 

 

 

The Other Man

May 18-23

Runtime: 75 minutes
Genre: Documentary/Biography/History
Language: English

F.W. de Klerk was the last president of apartheid South Africa. He went from Mandela's jailer to his subordinate and together they changed history. Rossier explores the fascinating political journey and legacy of this complicated figure.

 

Northern Borders

May 26-30
(No Monday showing this week due to the holiday)

Runtime: 108 minutes
Genre: Drama
Language: English

'Northern Borders' tells the story of ten year-old Austen Kittredge who is sent by his father to live on his grandparents' Vermont farm, where he experiences wild adventures and uncovers long-festering family secrets. It's 1956 and Austen experiences the farm as a place full of eccentric people, especially his stubborn grandparents whose thorny marriage is known as the Forty Years War. Initially feeling stuck in this fractured household, young Austen plans a quick exit but ends up stranded with no choice but to navigate and endure. A humorous and sometimes startling coming-of-age-story, 'Northern Borders' evokes Vermont's wildness, its sublime beauty, a haunted past, and an aura of enchantment.

 

 

Coming Soon!

June 1-6

Films all year long........................................................................................

Winter Film Series: January - February
One Night Only: March
Spring Film Series: April - June
Family Film Series: July - August
Fall Film Series: September - December