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Fri, March 15th:  4:45, 7:30
Sat, March 16th: 2:00, 7:30
Sun, March 17th: 1:45, 4:30 
Mon, March 18th - Thurs, March 21st: 7:30

From director Todd Douglas Miller (Dinosaur 13) comes a cinematic event fifty years in the making. Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission—the one that first put men on the moon, and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into household names. Immersed in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground, we vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future.

Rated G; Runtime 1 hr 33 mins
Fri, March 15th:  7:00
Sat, March 16th:  1:30, 4:30
Sun, March 17th: 1:15
Mon, March 18th; Tues, March 19th; Thurs, March 21st: 7:00
Peter Jackson directs this homage to the British troops of the First World War with never-before-seen-footage of soldiers as they faced the fear and uncertainty of frontline battle in Belgium. Digitally remastered and now in color, the footage has been studied by lip reading experts whose transcripts were recorded and used as audio for the film. Overlayed by a narrative of those who partook in the war from interviews made in the 1960s and 1970s, this historic revisiting marks one hundred years since the end of the Great War.
Rated R; Runtime 1 hr 39 mins
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Fri, March 15th: 4:30
Sat, March 16th: 8:00
Sun, March 17th: 4:00
Wed, March 20th: 7:00 
From Oscar-winning filmmaker Asghar Farhadi (The Salesman, A Separation, The Past) comes a gripping thriller about the fissures and faultlines that can tear a family apart. Laura (Penélope Cruz, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Volver) returns to the small Spanish village where she spent her childhood to attend the wedding of her younger sister. Traveling with her free-spirited teenage daughter, Irene, and her young son, she’s soon reunited with a close friend from days gone by, Paco (Javier Bardem, Skyfall, No Country for Old Men). With Laura’s large extended family gathered to celebrate the nuptials, spirts are high and a sense of frivolity reigns. But the wedding night descends from joy to despair when Irene (Carla Campra) suddenly goes missing from her bed. In the place of the sleeping girl are a selection of newspaper clippings, all with stories about a local child who was kidnapped years earlier in the town. Desperate with panic and wracked with grief, Laura turns to Paco for support and assistance as she searches everywhere for Irene. As time passes, the situation only becomes more fraught. Suspicions mount, loved ones begin to turn on one another, and dark secrets long hidden threaten to come to light, revealing shocking truths. (Fully subtitled)Rated R; Runtime 2 hrs 12mins
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Sat, March 16th: 4:15
Encore Screening!
This grand epic by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, the Academy Award-winning writer/director of The Lives of Others, tells a gripping tale of social and political upheaval over three turbulent decades of German history, through the lens of art. It begins at the 1937 Nazi exhibition of Degenerate Artists, which Kurt, a wide-eyed little boy, attends with his free-spirited aunt. Surviving the war, Kurt (the appealing Tom Schilling, A Coffee in Berlin) sees the Nazis replaced by the equally totalitarian communist rule of East Germany. He becomes an art student in Dresden, learning “Soviet realist” style, and falls in love with fellow student Ellie (Paula Beer, Frantz). Ellie’s father, Professor Seeband (Sebastian Koch, The Lives of Others), a famous doctor, is dismayed at his daughter’s choice of penniless artist as boyfriend, and vows to destroy the relationship. Inspired by real events, Never Look Away is a masterful, moving family story of art, love, tragedy and politics. Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography. (Fully subtitled)
Run time 3 hrs 9 mins; Rated R
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