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Opening Friday, Aug 19


My Name Is Sara

1h 51m Biography | Drama

Tells the true life-story of Sara Guralnick, a 13 year-old Polish Jew whose entire family was killed by Nazis in September of 1942. After a grueling escape to the Ukrainian countryside, Sara steals her Christian best friend's identity and finds refuge in a small village where she is taken in by a farmer and his young wife. She soon discovers the dark secrets of her employers' marriage, compounding the greatest secret she must strive to protect, her true identity.

Director

Steven Oritt

Cast

Zuzanna Surowy, Konrad Cichon, Pawel Królikowski

Language

English

Rating

Not Rated

A Love Song

1h 21m Drama

At an idyllic campground in the Colorado Mountains, Faye camps in her trailer. She spends her days listening to birds, catching crawfish from the lake, and scanning her old radio for a station. But most of all, Faye is waiting for Lito, a childhood sweetheart she hasn’t seen in decades...

Director

Max Walker-Silverman

Cast

Dale Dickey, Wes Studi, Michelle Wilson

Language

English

Rating

PG

My Name Is Sara
My Name Is Sara
A Love Song
A Love Song

Opening Friday, Aug 26


Three Minutes: A Lengthening

1h 09m Documentary

THREE MINUTES - A LENGTHENING presents a home movie shot by David Kurtz in 1938 in a Jewish town in Poland and tries to postpone its ending. As long as we are watching, history is not over yet. The three minutes of footage, mostly in colour, are the only moving images left of the Jewish inhabitants of Nasielsk before the Holocaust. The existing three minutes are examined to unravel the stories hidden in the celluloid. The footage is imaginatively edited to create a film that lasts more than an hour. Different voices enhance the images. Glenn Kurtz, grandson of David Kurtz, provides his knowledge of the footage. Maurice Chandler, who appears in the film as a boy, shares his memories. Actress Helena Bonham Carter narrates the film essay.

Director

Bianca Stigter

Cast

Helena Bonham Carter

Language

English, Polish, German, Yiddish

Rating

PG

3 Minutes: A Lengthening
Three Minutes: A Lengthening

Opening Friday, Sep 2


The Good Boss

2h 00m Comedy

Básculas Blanco, a Spanish company producing industrial scales in a provincial Spanish town, awaits the imminent visit from a committee which holds its fate in their hands as to whether they merit a local Business Excellence award. Everything has to be perfect when the time comes. Working against the clock, the company’s proprietor, Blanco (Bardem) pulls out all the stops to address and resolve issues with his employees, crossing every imaginable line in the process.

Director

Fernando León de Aranoa

Cast

Javier Bardem, Manolo Solo, Almudena Amor

Language

Spanish

Rating

Not Rated

The Territory

1h 23m Documentary

When a network of Brazilian farmers seizes a protected area of the Amazon rainforest, a young Indigenous leader and his mentor must fight back in defense of the land and an uncontacted group living deep within the forest.

Director

Alex Pritz

Cast

Neidinha Bandeira, Bitaté Uru Eu Wau Wau

Language

Portuguese, Tupi

Rating

PG

The Good Boss
The Good Boss
The Territory
The Territory

Opening Friday, Sep 16


Loving Highsmith

1h 23m Documentary

Loving Highsmith is a unique look at the life of celebrated American author Patricia Highsmith based on her diaries and notebooks and the intimate reflections of her lovers, friends and family. Focusing on Highsmith’s quest for love and her troubled identity, the film sheds new light on her life and writing. Most of Highsmith’s novels were adapted for the big screen; the best known of these are Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley. Carol, a partly autobiographic novel, was the first lesbian story with a happy ending to be published in 1950s America. But Highsmith herself was forced to lead a double life and had to hide her vibrant love affairs from her family and the public. Only in her unpublished writings did she reflect on her private life. Excerpts from these notes voiced by Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones, Top of the Lake), beautifully interwoven with archive material of her and her most famous novel adaptions, create a vivid, touching portrait of one of the most fascinating female writers.

Director

Eva Vitija

Cast

Patricia Highsmith, Marijane Meaker, Monique Buffet

Language

English, German, French

Rating

Not Rated

Loving Highsmith
Loving Highsmith

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