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Sat, Feb 23rd:  4:30
Sun, Feb 24th: 3:45


Short films are the incubators of the directing stars of tomorrow, and show a remarkable variety of inspiration and technique.  CAMEO Art House is once again happy to offer audiences a chance to see the new Academy Award nominees in the category of Best Live Action, Animated and Documentary Short Films. Thanks to Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures, audiences will have an opportunity not only to second guess the Academy voters, but to get a leg up in their office pools! The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will announce the nominees on Tuesday, January 22. Details about the contents of each program will be made available on our website in the days that follow. And don’t forget to watch the 91st Academy Awards show when it is broadcast live on Sunday, February 24! The ceremony will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and will be televised live by the ABC Television Network

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS (Estimated Running Time: one program of 137 minutes;
Rated R - for violence, language & adult themes)
Black Sheep
 – Ed Perkins and Jonathan Chinn, UK, 27 minutes
End Game – Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, USA, 40 minutes
Lifeboat – Skye Fitzgerald and Bryn Mooser, USA, 40 minutes
A Night at the Garden – Marshall Curry, USA, 7 minutes
PERIOD. END OF SENTENCE. – Rayka Zahtabchi and Melissa Berton, India, 26 minutes


Fri, Feb 22nd: 4:45,
Sun, Feb 24th: 4:15

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Capernaum (“Chaos”) is a new film by Nadine Labaki about the journey of a clever, gutsy 12-year-old boy, Zain, who survives the dangers of the city streets by his wits. He flees his parents and to assert his rights, takes them to court suing them for the “crime” of giving him life. Writer/director Labaki (Caramel, Where Do We Go Now?) gets miraculous performances from her cast of non-professionals playing characters whose lives closely parallel their own. Capernaum is a film with an expansive palette: without warning it can ignite with emotional intensity, surprise with unexpected tenderness, and inspire with flashes of poetic imagery. Although it is set in the depths of a society’s systematic inhumanity, Capernaum is ultimately a hopeful film that stirs the heart as deeply as it cries out for action. Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film! (Fully subtitled)

Run time 2 hrs 1 min; Rated R
Official Site




Fri, Feb 22nd & Sat, Feb 23rd:  5:15
Sun, Feb 24th:  1:00
Mon, Feb 25th - Thurs, Feb 28th:  7:00
Academy Award nominee Viggo Mortensen (Eastern Promises, Captain Fantastic, The Lord of the Rings trilogy) and Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, Hidden Figures) star in Green Book, inspired by a true friendship that transcended race, class and the 1962 Mason-Dixon line. When Tony Lip (Mortensen), a bouncer from an Italian-American neighborhood in the Bronx, is hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley (Ali), a world-class Black pianist, on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South, they must rely on “The Green Book” to guide them to the few establishments that were then safe for African-Americans. Confronted with racism, danger—as well as unexpected humanity and humor—they are forced to set aside differences to survive and thrive on the journey of a lifetime. Linda Cardellini (The Founder) co-stars. The film marks Peter Farrelly’s first foray into powerfully dramatic work as a feature director. Nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Mortensen) and Best Supporting Actor (Ali).
Run time 2 hrs 10 mins; Rated PG 13
Official Site
Fri, Feb 22nd:  7:30
Sat, Feb 23rd: 2:00, 7:30
Sun, Feb 24th: 1:30
Mon, Feb 25th - Wed, Feb 28th: 7:15

It's man versus nature in the captivating, nail-biting survival tale Arctic, starring Mads Mikkelsen (“Hannibal,” The Hunt). Stranded in the arctic after an airplane crash, he must decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his makeshift camp or to embark on a deadly trek through the unknown in hopes of making it out alive. Directed and co-written by Joe Penna.

Run time 1 hr 37 mins; Rated PG 13
Official Site
Fri, Feb 22nd & Sat, Feb 23rd: 8:00
Thurs, Feb 28th: 7:30

Electric Church tells the story of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s involvement as the headliner of the Second Atlanta International Pop Festival, then hailed as the ‘Southern Woodstock'.Jimi Hendrix was the critical component he needed to elevate the three day festival to a major cultural event.  Electric Church features interviews with Hendrix’s Experience band mates Billy Cox and the late Mitch Mitchell as well as Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, Rich Robinson, Kirk Hammett, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and many others.

Paul McCartney freely admits to worshipping him, adding, “We all played guitar. We all knew a bit. But he seemed to know more than us.” 

His performance at the Second Atlanta International Pop Festival was not only significant on a musical level, but also in terms of socio-political dynamics. It was assumed that rural audiences would not take kindly to “long-hair” bands, and that black and white artists could not comfortably exist on the same bill; Atlanta Pop set out to challenge those beliefs. Hendrix’s music and message of universal love made him the ideal artist and, appropriately, was the first act booked for the festival.

Runtime 1 hrs 30 mins