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American Trial: The Eric Garner Story

American Trial: The Eric Garner Story

1:41hrs

Rated: NR (PG Equivalent)

Director: Roee Messinger
Cast: Esaw Garner, Alan Dershowitz, Netta Elzie, Deron McKesson, Anthony Altieri, Priya Chaudhry, Robert Brown, Thomas Kenniff, Steven Raiser

American Trial: The Eric Garner Story is an unprecedented film event, an unscripted courtroom drama that presents the trial that never happened against the NYPD officer who was filmed choking Eric Garner to death in 2014. American Trial employs real-life prosecutors and defense attorneys to conduct a totally unscripted mock trial using the real-life evidence, witnesses (including Garner’s widow, Esaw), expert testimony and rules of criminal procedure (the only actor in the film is the man who plays the defendant, Officer Daniel Pantaleo). Best of all, the filmmakers do not tell the audience whether Officer Pantaleo should be found guilty or not — the viewers themselves are the jury.

“Messinger has created an astonishing film, a video that contemplates ‘what if.’ It tackles themes of race, police brutality, stop and frisk and the plusses and minuses of our judicial system. It poses hard questions with no easy answers in the most gripping way.”~ The Charleston Chronicle

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The Romy Schneider Collection

The Romy Schneider Collection

The Things of Life (Les Choses de la vie) (1970)
1h 29m
Rated: PG
Director: Claude Sautet
Screenplay: Claude Sautet, Jean-Loup Dabadie, Paul Guimard, Sandro Continenza *Cast:*Romy Schneider, Michael Piccolli, Lea Massari, Gerard Lartigau, Boby Lapointe
Music composed by: Philippe Sarde
Pierre (Michel Piccoli), a middle-aged engineer, has his life flash before his eyes after being involved in a horrific car accident. While falling in and out of consciousness, he reflects on the recent events that have transpired between him and his estranged wife, Catherine (Lea Massari), and his young lover, Hélène (Romy Schneider). Based on the acclaimed Paul Guimard novel Intersection, the film won the 1969 Louis Delluc Prize and was the first of five film collaborations between Romy Schneider and director Claude Sautet.

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César and Rosalie (1972)
1h 51m
Rated: R
Cast: Romy Schneider, Sammy Frey, Yves Montand, Isabelle Huppert, Gisela Hahn
Director: Claude Sautet
Screenplay: Claude Sautet, Jean-Loup Dabadie, Claude Néron
Music composed by: Philippe Sarde
Sometimes two and two make three. Rosalie and David… Rosalie and César… César and David…. After her marriage ends in divorce, the beautiful Rosalie (Romy Schneider) begins dating César (Yves Montand), a wealthy playboy and businessman. But when her old flame, David (Sami Frey), unexpectedly re-enters her life, the two men simultaneously vie for her affections. One of Claude Sautet’s most celebrated films reunited the director with his on-screen muse Romy Schneider.

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That Most Important Thing: Love (L’important c’est d’aimer) (1975)
1h 53m
Rated: R
Cast: Romy Schneider, Fabio Testi, Jaques Dufronc, Klaus Kinski, Katia Tchenko
Director: Andrzej Żuławski
Screenplay: Andrzej Żuławski, Christopher Frank
Music composed by: Georges Delerue
Romy Schneider delivers a César Award-winning performance as a down-on-her-luck actress. Forced to earn a living by accepting demeaning roles negotiated by her erratic husband, Nadine Chevalier (Schneider) encounters tabloid photographer Servais (Fabio Testi) on the set of her latest film. Desperate to win her affections, Servais secretly uses money borrowed from a shady associate to bankroll her next project, a production of Richard III with Nadine starring opposite the maniacal German thespian Karl-Heinz Zimmer (Klaus Kinski).

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Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy

Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy

1:21hrs

Directed By: Elizabeth Carroll
Written By: Diana Kennedy

Master chef, teacher and environmental activist Diana Kennedy is living proof that size has nothing to do with strength. Now in her 90s and barely five feet tall, she’s a fierce jolt of energy that has become one of the most celebrated culinary legends of Mexican cuisine. Blending incredible archival footage from her many television appearances and unprecedented access to her ecologically sustainable home, Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy is a charming homage to a culinary trailblazer and a true inspiration.

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Capital in the Twenty First Century

Capital in the Twenty First Century

1:43hrs

A Film by Justin Pemberton.

Based on the international bestseller by rock-star economist Thomas Piketty (which sold over three million copies worldwide and landed Piketty on Time Magazine’s list of most influential people), this entertaining documentary is an accessible journey through wealth and power, a film that breaks the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress, and shines a new light on today’s growing inequalities. Traveling through time, the film combines pop-culture references and interviews with some of the world’s most influential experts to deliver an insightful and empowering journey through the past and into our future.

“Engaging and clear… Piketty is not only a brilliant economist but also one with a gift for making complicated ideas accessible.” -Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times

“A financial detective story that exposes our current crisis. Provokes a consistent sense of ‘whoa!’” – Owen Gleiberman, Variety

“A spry, erudite, and consistently watchable documentary. that articulates how we got here.” – David Ehrlich, Indiewire

Watch a roundtable discussion with Thomas Piketty, Gillian Tett, and Ian Bremmer about Capital in the Twenty-First Century and the economic impacts of COVID-19 hosted by The New Republic.

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Shirley

Shirley

1:47hrs

Rated: R (for sexual content, nudity, language and brief disturbing images)

Cast: Elizabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, Odessa Young, Logan Lerman, Steve Vinovich, Edward O’Blenis
Director: Joseph Decker
Screenplay: Sarah Gubbins

Renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson is on the precipice of writing her masterpiece when the arrival of newlyweds upends her meticulous routine and heightens tensions in her already tempestuous relationship with her philandering husband. The middle-aged couple, prone to ruthless barbs and copious afternoon cocktails, begins to toy mercilessly with the naïve young couple at their door.

As Shirley Jackson, [Moss] veers from grumpy to menacing to touching, turning in what may be her best – and is surely her wittiest – film performance to date.- David Canfield, Entertainment Weekly

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Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones

2:21hrs

Rated: NR

Cast: James Norton, Vanessa Kirby, Peter Sarsgaard, Joseph Mawle, Fenella Woolgar, Kenneth Cranham
Director: Agnieszka Holland
Screenplay: Andrea Chalupa

Agnieszka Holland’s thriller, set on the eve of world WWII, sees Hitler’s rise to power and Stalin’s Soviet propaganda machine pushing their “utopia” to the Western world. Meanwhile an ambitious young journalist, Gareth Jones (Norton) travels to Moscow to uncover the truth behind the propaganda, but then gets a tip that could expose an international conspiracy, one that could cost him and his informant their lives. Jones goes on a life-or-death journey to uncover the truth behind the façade that would later inspire George Orwell’s seminal book Animal Farm.

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The Painter and the Thief

The Painter and the Thief

1:42hrs

Director: Benjamin Ree

Desperate for answers about the theft of her 2 paintings, a Czech artist seeks out and befriends the career criminal who stole them. After inviting her thief to sit for a portrait, the two form an improbable relationship and an inextricable bond that will forever link these lonely souls.

“A documentary that looks at everyday humanity as a work of art.” -Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com

“A stranger-than-fiction friendship story in which vérité techniques produce unbelievable results. -Peter Debruge, Variety

Norway | Documentary

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Botero

Botero

1:24hrs

Director: Don Millar
Cast: Fernando Botero
Screenwriter: Don Millar, Hart Snider

Fernando Botero is one of the world’s most popular living artists, with millions of fans transcending cultures across the globe. While his art is instantly recognizable, the story of how he became “the Maestro” is largely unknown. This beautifully filmed documentary offers an inspiring look at the power of relentless vision, unwavering conviction and a lifetime of discipline. We follow an unknown, self-taught painter from provincial Medellin in 1932, as he propels himself to the pinnacle of the art world. The film brings together the man and his art to capture Botero’s essence–the quiet resolve and strength of character that allowed him to overcome poverty, decades of harsh criticism and the tragic death of his four-year-old son. Never-before-seen moments come to life as his children uncover 50-year-old sketches in a shuttered storage facility, as our cameras go behind the scenes at as how exhibiting his work alongside Pablo Picasso’s, and as the artist takes us on a private tour of his studio. BOTERO weaves together original footage shot in 10 cities across China, Europe, New York, and Colombia, with decades of family photos and archival video. Unprecedented access to the artist and his family is combined with a colorful cast of historians, curators, and academics to reveal the creativity and convictions at the heart of Fernando Botero. In his sunlit studio, Botero explains that despite the fame, the accolades, and the financial success, he is still learning and discovering, because “my life is to paint.”

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Tuesday, June 9, 2:00 p.m.
Hosted by Claire Goodman, with special guests Tony Carretta and Director, Don Millar (joining from Canada).
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Sometimes, Always, Never

Sometimes, Always, Never

1:31hrs

Rated: PG-13 (for thematic elements and some sexual references)

Cast: Bill Nighy, Louis Healy, Sam Riley, Alice Lowe, Jenny Agutter
Director: Carl Hunter
Screenplay: Frank Cottrell Boyce

Alan is a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. He has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son Michael who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son Peter and solve the mystery of an online player who he thinks could be Michael, so he can finally move on and reunite his family.

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John Lewis: Good Trouble

John Lewis: Good Trouble

Rated: PG (for thematic material including some racial epithets/violence, and for smoking)

Director: Dawn Porter

Using interviews and rare archival footage, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles Lewis’ 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform and immigration. Using present-day interviews with Lewis, now 79 years old, Porter explores his childhood experiences, his inspiring family and his fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1957. In addition to her interviews with Lewis and his family, Porter’s primarily cinéma verité film also includes interviews with political leaders, Congressional colleagues, and other people who figure prominently in his life.

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Fisherman’s Friends

Fisherman’s Friends

1:48hrs

Rated: PG-13 (for some strong language, and suggestive references)

Cast: Daniel Mays, James Purefoy, David Hayman, Dave Johns, Sam Swainsbury, Tuppence Middleton, Maggie Steed, Vahid Gold, Christian Brassington, Noel Clarke
Director: Chris Foggin
Screenplay: Meg Leonard, Nick Moorcroft

A fast living, cynical London music executive (Daniel Mays) heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he’s pranked by his boss (Noel Clarke) into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy). He becomes the oultimate “fish out of water” as he struggles to gain the respect or enthusiasm of the unlikely boy band and their families (including Tuppence Middleton) who value friendship and community over fame and fortune. As he’s drawn deeper into the traditional way of life he’s forced to reevaluate his own integrity and ultimately question what success really means.

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