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Wednesday 22, May

The Silence of Others

The Silence of Others

TBC

Wednesday 22, May

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Wednesday 22, May

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

TBC

Wednesday 22, May

Thursday 23, May

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Thursday 23, May

The Silence of Others

The Silence of Others

TBC

Thursday 23, May

Cinekinesis

Cinekinesis

Thursday 23, May

Friday 24, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Friday 24, May

Saturday 25, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Saturday 25, May

Sunday 26, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Sunday 26, May

Monday 27, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

Monday 27, May

Tuesday 28, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Wednesday 29, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Thursday 30, May

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

Thursday 6, June

Extraordinary Ordinary People

Extraordinary Ordinary People

TBC

Thursday 6, June

Sunday 9, June

The Invisible Art: The Director-Editor Dance w/ Pa

The Invisible Art: The Director-Editor Dance w/ Pa

Sunday 9, June

Saturday 15, June

Kiki’s Delivery Service

Kiki’s Delivery Service

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Saturday 15, June

Wednesday 19, June

Before Stonewall - 50th Anniversary

Before Stonewall - 50th Anniversary

Wednesday 19, June

Saturday 29, June

The Secret Of Kells

The Secret Of Kells

PG

Saturday 29, June

Friday 5, July

March of the Penguins

March of the Penguins

Friday 5, July

Saturday 6, July

March of the Penguins (Spanish)

March of the Penguins (Spanish)

Saturday 6, July

Saturday 13, July

Whale Rider

Whale Rider

Saturday 13, July

Sunday 14, July

The Invisible Art: Case Study: Bonnie and Clyde

The Invisible Art: Case Study: Bonnie and Clyde

Sunday 14, July

Saturday 20, July

Hugo

Hugo

TBC

Saturday 20, July

Saturday 27, July

Queen of Katwe

Queen of Katwe

PGfor thematic elements, an accident scene and some suggestive material

Saturday 27, July

Sunday 11, August

The Invisible Art: Editing and the Ear

The Invisible Art: Editing and the Ear

Sunday 11, August

Ask Dr. Ruth

Ask Dr. Ruth

A documentary portrait chronicling the incredible life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist. As her 90th birthday approaches, Dr. Ruth revisits her painful past and her career at the forefront of the sexual revolution.

Wednesday 22, May

Thursday 23, May

Friday 24, May

Saturday 25, May

Sunday 26, May

Monday 27, May

Show Future Dates
Before Stonewall - 50th Anniversary

Before Stonewall - 50th Anniversary

"Entertaining and enlightening." –Los Angeles Times

This program begins with a toast to the work done by the LBGTQ community during the past half centuries. Next, we’ll have remembrances from Santa Fe community members of what their lives were like in 1969. Next, we’ll screen the newly restored classic BEFORE STONEWALL: THE MAKING OF A GAY AND LESBIAN COMMUNITY, a film that reveals the dramatic story of the sometimes horrifying public and private existences experienced by LGBT Americans since the early 1900's. Insightful and often humorous, the film relives the emotionally charged sparking of today's gay rights movement, from the events that led to the fevered 1969 riots to many other milestones in the brave fight for acceptance.

Refreshments served beginning at 6p / Program begins at 6:30p

Wednesday 19, June

Cinekinesis

Cinekinesis

Cinekinesis:

Roger Beebe // Five Projectors

Paris Mancini // Others

This collaborative production highlights the intriguing work of two unique artists, blended together for an unforgettable experience. While best known for his 16mm multi-projector performances, filmmaker/curator/professor Roger Beebe has also been making a substantial body of essayistic video alongside that work in celluloid over the last several decades. This program combines recent work that represents both ends of that spectrum—and one that bridges the divide between them—much of it completed during a 10-week residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Paris Mancini of local experimental project PSIRENS presents a completely collaborative, visual and sonic performance featuring a small moving orchestra of Santa Fe musicians. She will be mimicking the songwriting process which fueled the content of the 10th PSIRENS album "OTHERS", (soon to be released on Matron Records) marking 10 years of collaborations from around the continent. Textural projections from the past 10 years will overlap and be accompanied by a breathing live soundtrack.

Thursday 23, May

Extraordinary Ordinary People

Extraordinary Ordinary People

TBC

Take a music-fueled journey through folk and traditional arts in America with Alan Govenar's documentary about the NEA’s least known and most enduring program: the National Heritage Fellowship, awarded annually since 1982. Featuring a breathtaking array of men and women who have been awarded the fellowship, including musicians, dancers, quilters, woodcarvers and more, the film demonstrates the importance of the folk and traditional arts in shaping the fabric of America. From Bill Monroe and B.B. King to Passamaquoddy basket weavers and Peking Opera singers; from Appalachia and the mountains of New Mexico to the inner city neighborhoods of New York, the suburbs of Dallas, and the isolated Native American reservations of Northern California—each of the artists share exceptional talent, ingenuity, and perseverance.

Thursday 6, June

Hugo

Hugo

TBC

Based on Brian Selznick's captivating and imaginative New York Times bestseller and directed by Martin Scorsese, HUGO tells the tale of an orphan boy living a secret life in the walls of a Paris train station, and the magical movie director he meets. (U.S., 2011, 126m) AGES 9 AND UP

Saturday 20, July

Kiki’s Delivery Service

Kiki’s Delivery Service

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“A giddy, glorious seaside story about a budding young witch and her sarcastic cat.” –Guardian

The legendary Hayao Miyazaki tells the beloved story of a resourceful young witch who uses her broom to create a delivery service ... only to lose her gift of flight in a moment of self-doubt. It’s a beautiful and timeless story of a young girl finding her way in the world. (Japan, 1982, 102m) ALL AGES

Saturday 15, June

March of the Penguins

March of the Penguins

“This astonishing film, shot in the Antarctic, captures sights never seen before.” –Newsweek

Tells the story of one year in the life of a flock of Emperor penguins who overcome daunting obstacles as they trek across the Antarctic on an annual journey. (France, 2005, 80m) ALL AGES

Friday 5, July

March of the Penguins (Spanish)

March of the Penguins (Spanish)

“This astonishing film, shot in the Antarctic, captures sights never seen before.” –Newsweek

Tells the story of one year in the life of a flock of Emperor penguins who overcome daunting obstacles as they trek across the Antarctic on an annual journey. (France, 2005, 80m) ALL AGES

Saturday 6, July

Queen of Katwe

Queen of Katwe

PGfor thematic elements, an accident scene and some suggestive material

“The colorful true story of a young girl selling corn on the streets of rural Uganda whose world rapidly changes when she is introduced to the game of chess.” AGES 10 AND UP

Saturday 27, July

The Invisible Art: Case Study: Bonnie and Clyde

The Invisible Art: Case Study: Bonnie and Clyde

Join the acclaimed editor-producer Paul Barnes, best known for his work with Ken Burns, as he reveals the mysteries of film editing in this three-part intensive series.

Part 2:

This brilliantly constructed, visionary film, edited by the great Dede Allen, employs a variety of techniques and strategies to elicit a startling range of emotions and reactions from the audience. Paul uses three different sequences to spotlight the creative ways editors can add layers of meaning and feeling to films.

Sunday 14, July

The Invisible Art: Editing and the Ear

The Invisible Art: Editing and the Ear

Join the acclaimed editor-producer Paul Barnes, best known for his work with Ken Burns, as he reveals the mysteries of film editing in this three-part intensive series.

Part 3:

As important as the visuals, the sound editing and sound design of any film contribute to the meaning and poetry of every scene. Paul uses two of his favorite scenes, the opening of David Lynch’s unforgettable THE ELEPHANT MAN and one of the action sequences from Martin Scorsese’s RAGING BULL to draw our attention to how our ears impact what we experience during a movie.

Sunday 11, August

The Invisible Art: The Director-Editor Dance w/ Pa

The Invisible Art: The Director-Editor Dance w/ Pa

Join the acclaimed editor-producer Paul Barnes, best known for his work with Ken Burns, as he reveals the mysteries of film editing in this three-part intensive series.

Part1:

Paul Barnes compares two films he edited—Errol Morris’s classic THE THIN BLUE LINE and Ken Burns’s Emmy-winning THE ROOSEVELTS, opening a window into how different collaborative styles yield different processes and results.

Sunday 9, June

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

TBC

“An uncompromising work ... I adored pretty much every single glorious, gorgeous goddamn minute of it.” –Village Voice

Terry Gilliam's epic tale, 25 years in the making, finally sees the light of day! Jonathan Pryce and Adam Driver star in this story of a disillusioned advertising executive who is pulled into a time-jumping fantasy when he is mistaken for Sancho Panza. (Spain/ Belgium/ France/ UK/ Portugal, 2018m, 132m)

Wednesday 22, May

The Secret Of Kells

The Secret Of Kells

PG

A young boy in a remote medieval outpost under siege from barbarian raids is beckoned to adventure when a celebrated master illuminator arrives with an ancient book, brimming with secret wisdom and powers. (Ireland/France, 2009 75m) AGES 9 AND UP

Saturday 29, June

The Silence of Others

The Silence of Others

TBC

“A moving salute to the small victories of determined individuals." –Screen Daily

Winner, Berlin, Sheffield Film Festivals. Filmed over six years, Almudena Carrecedo and Robert Bahar’s monumental documentary reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco to bring their oppressors to justice. When their home country refuses to hear the case due to a longstanding amnesty ruling, a judge in Argentina, operating under the principles of global human rights, begins hearing testimony. Five survivors tell of torture and stolen children, bodies are exhumed from mass graves, and arrest warrants are issued for perpetrators, including cabinet ministers and doctors. Leading the case is Carlos Slepoy, the human rights lawyer who co-led the case against the Argentinean dictator Augusto Pinochet, and Ana Messuti, a philosopher of law, and they wrestle with the deeper questions of justice, memory and healing. Executive Produced by Pedro Almodovar. (Spain, 2018, 96m)

Wednesday 22, May

Thursday 23, May

Show Future Dates
Walking on Water

Walking on Water

TBC

“Christo strikes a fascinating figure, a tireless, uncompromising artist…” -Cinema Scope

Andrey Paounov's film offers an unprecedented look at Christo's process, from the inception through to the completion of his latest large-scale art installation, a dahlia-yellow walkway atop Italy's Lake Iseo that was eventually experienced by over 1.2 million people. The film takes the viewer on an intimate journey into Christo's world amid mounting madness—from complex dealings between art and state politics to engineering challenges, logistical nightmares, and the sheer force of mother nature. Captured through breathtaking aerial views and fly on the wall camerawork, we watch the artist's vision unfold, and get to know the man chasing it. (Italy, 2018, 105m)

Whale Rider

Whale Rider

“Fresh, observant, tough, and genuinely moving.” –Roger Ebert

Pai, an 11-year-old girl in a patriarchal New Zealand tribe, believes she is destined to be the new chief. But her grandfather Koro is bound by tradition to pick a male leader. Pai loves Koro more than anyone in the world, but she must fight him and a thousand years of tradition to fulfill her destiny.(New Zealand, 2003, 101m) AGES 10 AND UP

Saturday 13, July