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Thursday 28, February

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Thursday 28, February

Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church

Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church

NR

Thursday 28, February

Friday 1, March

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Saturday 2, March

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Sunday 3, March

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Thursday 7, March

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Thursday 7, March

Sunday 10, March

CatVideoFest

CatVideoFest

TBC

Friday 22, March

The Invisibles

The Invisibles

NRNazis, young adults, jewish

Friday 22, March

Saturday 23, March

The Invisibles

The Invisibles

NRNazis, young adults, jewish

Saturday 23, March

Sunday 24, March

The Invisibles

The Invisibles

NRNazis, young adults, jewish

Sunday 24, March

Thursday 28, March

The Invisibles

The Invisibles

NRNazis, young adults, jewish

Thursday 28, March

An Acceptable Loss

An Acceptable Loss

Rfor language and brief sexuality.

Former top U.S. security adviser Elizabeth "Libby" Lamm (Sumpter) is threatened by associates from her dark past including Rachel Burke (Curtis), a steely, commanding politician with an unwavering knack for achieving her goals. Colluding with Rachel is Adrian, an unyielding, patriotic chief of staff. Martin (Tavassoli) harbors another type of obsession with Libby in this story of betrayal and regret.

CatVideoFest

CatVideoFest

TBC

CatVideoFest is a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos, and, of course, classic internet powerhouses. CatVideoFest is a joyous communal experience, only available in theaters, and raises money for cats in need through partnerships with local cat charities, animal welfare organizations, and shelters to best serve cats in the area.

Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church

Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church

NR

Electric Church presents the legendary guitarist in full flight at the 1970 Atlanta Pop Festival before the largest US audience of his career. This critically acclaimed film combines color, 16mm multi-camera footage of Hendrix unforgettable July 4, 1970 concert in its original performance sequence together with a new documentary that traces his journey to the festival amidst the dark shadow of civil rights unrest, the relenting toll of the Vietnam War and a burgeoning festival culture that drew together young people across the country who were inspired by the Woodstock festival. The film details Hendrix integral role in drawing nearly 500,000 people to his Electric Church – a dusty scorching hot pecan orchard in Byron, Georgia some 100 miles south of Atlanta. Together with Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell and drummer Billy Cox, Jimi skillfully blended favorites such as “Purple Haze,” “All Along The Watchtower,” and “Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)” with confident renditions of new songs such as “Freedom” and “Straight Ahead” that had not yet been released on album. As a colorful fireworks display stretched overhead across the night sky, Jimi performed the “Star Spangled Banner” to the wild delight of the massive audience. The performance footage of the Experience has been carefully restored from the original negative in high definition. The audio soundtrack includes stereo and 5.1 surround mixes by Eddie Kramer directly from the original master tapes.

Thursday 28, February

The Invisibles

The Invisibles

NRNazis, young adults, jewish

Four young Jews survive the Third Reich in the middle of Berlin by living so recklessly that they become “invisible.”

Hanni, Cioama, Eugen and Ruth. Four ordinary German youths trying to navigate the scarcities and prohibitions of Berlin at the height of World War II. They hailed from different social classes and different neighborhoods, but they shared a single common secret: they were Jews.

While Goebbels infamously declared Berlin “free of Jews” in 1943, some 1,700 managed to survive in Nazism’s capital until liberation. Claus Räfle’s gripping docudrama traces the stories of four real-life survivors who learned that sometimes the best place to hide is in plain sight. While moving between cinemas, cafés and safe houses they dodged Gestapo and a dense network of spies and informants, knowing that certain death was just one mistake away. Yet their prudence was at odds with their youthful inclination towards recklessness, sometimes prompting them to join the resistance, forge passports, or pose as Aryan war widows. Masterfully weaving the different story threads together, The Invisibles is a testament to the resourcefulness, willpower, and sheer chance that permit us to survive against incredible odds.

Friday 22, March

Saturday 23, March

Sunday 24, March

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