With Misha Klein, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology, University of Oklahoma. Long known as the “land of the future” for offering the world a solution to the apparently intractable problem of racial strife, Brazil has also offered perplexing contradictions. The example of Jews is of particular interest both because of a long history of debate about whether Jews can be considered a race, and because of how Jews have been received in the Brazilian context, where mestiçagem or mixture of the races, is valorized.
Rfor sexuality, nudity, language and some drug use.
“Moore is great in this movie, uncovering—and sharing—all sorts of new facets to Gloria's character...Turturro is a revelation.” –Variety
Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited, fifty-something divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity and family. Oscar-winning Chilean writer/director Sebastian Leilo (A FANTASTIC WOMAN) remakes his his 2013 Oscar-nominated Spanish-language film GLORIA. (U.S., 2019, 102m)
“Drills into enough specific issues to shock us afresh.” –NY Times
Using facts, figures, interviews, colorful graphics, news footage and occasional humor, Kamala Lopez and Natalie White out the many ways women are disadvantaged in the United States under the Constitution. Exploring the current challenges to wage parity, legal protections, maternity leave, ending violence and poverty, the film offers lear and compelling argument for why men and women should be fighting for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.(U.S. 2016, 93m)
Rfor nude images and some violence.
“Breathtaking … Krstić is especially good at providing noir atmosphere (jazzy, smoke-filled dives, ominous shadows, and references to Mike Hammer films), he positively excels at high-octane action.” –Variety
Ruben Brandt, a famous psychotherapist, is forced to steal paintings by Botticelli, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Hopper, Picasso and Warhol to prevent his suffering from terrible nightmares he has as a result of subliminal messaging he received as a child. He and his band of thieves strike regularly and with great success—the Louvre, Tate, Uffizi, Hermitage, the Museum of Modern Art—until they are the most wanted criminals in the world, chased by gangsters and headhunters in search of the growing reward. Milorad Krstić’s gorgeous and wonderful grown-up animation mixes 50s’-style hardboiled noir, playful images, art theory, brain science and superb action scenes. (Hungary, 2018, 94m)
Presented by Climate Masters and Santa Fe Watershed Association
“Critic’s Pick … its real triumph is its pervasive feeling of hope.” –New York Times
This optimistic documentary sets out to define a movement that is seeking to encourage local communities to change the ways they live for the sake of our planet, suggesting alternative and creative ways of viewing agriculture, economics, energy and education. (USA, 2015, 118m)
The Santa Fe Watershed Association presents Wild and Scenic Film Festival
One of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film events, this festival draws from its annual celebration, held each January and featuring 140+ films. The On Tour event in Santa Fe focuses on rivers, land and wildlife habitat of the Southwest with films featuring beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. The evening will inform, inspire and ignite solutions and possibilities to restore the earth and human communities while creating a positive future for the next generation. Ticket sales benefit the Santa Fe Watershed Association.