RFor some language including sexual references.
In the six months leading up to the 2016 presidential election, director Jim Stern (EVERY LITTLE STEP) traveled to America’s red states asking about then-candidate Donald Trump’s appeal, and why potential voters were untroubled by things he had said and done. What he learned was a lesson in the central differences that continue to alienate Americans from one another. AMERICAN CHAOS chronicles Stern’s journey, bringing audiences directly into the heart of the cultural divide that is tearing apart our democracy today.
Cielo is a cinematic reverie on the crazy beauty of the night sky, as experienced in the Atacama Desert, Chile, one of the best places on our planet to explore and contemplate its splendor. Director Alison McAlpine’s sublime nonfiction film drifts between science and spirituality, the arid land, desert shores and lush galaxies, expanding the limits of our earthling imaginations. Planet Hunters in the Atacama's astronomical observatories and the desert dwellers who work the land and sea share their evocative visions of the stars and planets, their mythic stories and existential queries with remarkable openness and a contagious sense of wonder. A love poem for the night sky, Cielo transports us to a space, quiet and calm, within which we can ponder the infinite and unknown.
RRated R for language and some disturbing material/images
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out?
A suicide attempt survivor is on a mission to find fellow survivors and document their stories of unguarded courage, insight and humor. She discovers a national community rising to transform personal struggles into action. From the creative team behind the award-winning OF TWO MINDS—director Lisa Klein and editor Doug Blush (the Oscar-winning 20 FEET FROM STARDOM and ICARUS) comes a new film that tackles one of the most unfathomable and cloistered issues of our time… Suicide. (U.S., 2017, 62m)
“One of the most exciting and joyful movies ever made!” –Pauline Kael
Like a matador confronting a bull, the artist approaches his easel, his eyes blazing. As he wields his brush, we see through the canvas as the artwork unfolds,erupts, dances into being before our eyes.Pablo Picasso, the most influential artist of the twentieth century, is making a painting, and Henri-Georges Clouzot, the famous French director (WAGES OF FEAR, DIABOLIQUE) is making a visionary movie, an entirely new kind of art film, designed to capture the moment and the mystery of creativity. Exhilarating, mesmerizing, enchanting and unforgettable. (France, 1956, 75m)
Rfor language and some sexual content
Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) is a highly intelligent and still-striking beauty – the perfect devoted wife. Forty years spent sacrificing her own talent, dreams and ambitions to fan the flames of her charismatic husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce) and his skyrocketing literary career. Ignoring his infidelities and excuses because of his "art" with grace and humor. Their fateful pact has built a marriage upon uneven compromises and Joan's reached her breaking point. On the eve of Joe's Nobel Prize for Literature, the crown jewel in a spectacular body of work, Joan's coup de grace is to confront the biggest sacrifice of her life and secret of his career. THE WIFE is a poignant, funny and emotional journey; a celebration of womanhood, self-discovery and liberation.