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The Gospel According to Andre
2017, 93 min, PG-13
Director: Kate Novack
Stars: André Leon Talley, Naomi Campbell, Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Synopsis: André Leon Talley has been a fixture in the world of fashion for so long that it’s difficult to imagine a time when he wasn’t defining the boundaries of great style. Kate Novack’s intimate portrait, The Gospel According to André, takes viewers on an emotional journey from André’s roots growing up in the segregated Jim Crow South to become one of the most influential tastemakers and fashion curators of our times. Novack’s film draws fascinating, heretofore unexplored connections, between the elegance of André’s beloved grandmother and the Black Church of his youth and his later iconic, barrier-breaking work at publications like Women’s Wear Daily, W and Vogue. Weaving together a wealth of archival footage from the most glamorous moments in fashion history with André’s poignant reflections on his life and career, The Gospel According to André is a cinematic monument to one of the most unique figures of 20th Century American culture. Produced by the team who brought viewers The First Monday in May and Page One: Inside The New York Times and featuring commentary from fashion luminaries Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford and countless others, The Gospel According to André is an indispensable addition to the growing canon of fashion documentary.

Friday, July 20 at 7PM
Monday, July 23 at 12PM
Wednesday, July 25 at 2:30PM

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat
2017, 78min, Not Rated
Director: Sara Driver
Stars:  Alexis Adler,  Fab 5 Freddy,  Patricia Field

BOOM FOR REAL: THE LATE TEENAGE YEARS OF JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT follows Basquiat's life pre-fame and how New York City, the times, the people and the movements surrounding him formed the artist he became. Using never-before-seen works, writings and photographs, director Sara Driver, who was part of the New York arts scene herself, worked closely and collaboratively with friends and other artists who emerged from that period: Jim Jarmusch, James Nares, Fab Five Freddy, Glenn O’Brien, Kenny Scharf, Lee Quinones, Patricia Field, Luc Sante and many others. Drawing upon their memories and anecdotes, the film also uses period film footage, music and images  to visually re-recreate the era, drawing a portrait of Jean-Michel and Downtown New York City -pre AIDS, President Reagan, the real estate and art booms – before anyone was motivated by money and ambition. The definition of fame, success and power were very different than today – to be a penniless but published poet was the height of success, until everything changed in the early 1980s. This is New York City's story before that change. Directed by Sara Driver

Friday, July 20 at 9:15PM
Sunday, July 22 at 8PM
Tuesday, July 24 at 2:30PM
Thursday, July 26 at 12PM

Zydeco Breakfast
2015, 94min, Not Rated
Director: Tom Uhl

The story of one mans inspiring journey into a world of rich musical culture in Southwestern Louisiana. It begins in a small cafe on the banks of the Bayou Teche and dives deep into the world of Zydeco music; telling the stories of some of this cultures most influential musicians, dancers and innovators. From its roots to the young emerging local talent of today, Zydeco Breakfast brings you the complex story of Louisiana Americana. A community of people, part of a long tradition, working to preserve the heritage of Southwestern Louisiana. Directed by Tom Uhl. Director in Attendance.

Saturday, July 21 at 12:15PM

Final Portrait
2017, 90min, R
Director:  Stanley Tucci
Writers: James Lord
Stars: Armie hammer,  Clemence Poesy, Tony Shalhoub
In 1964, while on a short trip to Paris, the American writer and art-lover James Lord (Armie Hammer) is asked by his friend, the world-renowned artist Alberto Giacometti (Geoffrey Rush), to sit for a portrait. The process, Giacometti assures Lord, will take only a few days. Flattered and intrigued, Lord agrees.

So begins not only the story of a touching and offbeat friendship, but, seen through the eyes of Lord, a uniquely revealing insight into the beauty, frustration, profundity and, at times, downright chaos of the artistic process. FINAL PORTRAIT is a bewitching portrait of a genius, and of a friendship between two men who are utterly different, yet increasingly bonded through a single, ever-evolving act of creativity. It is a film which shines a light on the artistic process itself, by turns exhilarating, exasperating and bewildering, questioning whether the gift of a great artist is a blessing or a curse. Directed by Stanley Tucci.

Saturday, July 21 at 2:30PM

2017, 74min, PG
Director: Jennifer Peedom
Writers: Robert Macfarlane, Jennifer Peedom
Star: Willem Dafoe
Only three centuries ago, setting out to climb a mountain would have been considered close to lunacy. Mountains were places of peril, not beauty, an upper world to be shunned, not sought out. Why do mountains now hold us spellbound, drawing us into their dominion, often at the cost of our lives? From Tibet to Australia, Alaska to Norway armed with drones, Go-Pros and helicopters, director Jennifer Peedom has fashioned an astonishing symphony of mountaineers, ice climbers, free soloists, heliskiers, snowboarders, wingsuiters and parachuting mountain bikers. Willem Dafoe provides a narration sampled from British mountaineer Robert Macfarlane’s acclaimed memoir Mountains of the Mind, and a classical score from the Australian Chamber Orchestra accompanies this majestic cinematic experience. Directed by Jennifer Peedom.

Saturday, July 21 at 5PM
Tuesday, July 24 at 5:30PM

Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti
2017, 102min, Not Rated
Director: Edouard Deluc
Stars: Vincent Cassel, Tuheï Adams, Malik Zidi

French artist Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was an innovator of modern art, known for experimenting with bold color and distorted proportions, along with his contemporaries Vincent van Gogh and Paul Cézanne. By 1891, Gauguin was already well-known in artistic circles, but had grown tired of the civilized world and its political and moral conventions. Leaving his wife and children behind, he ventures alone to Tahiti, consumed with a yearning for new inspiration. Pushing deep into the Tahitian jungle, Gauguin meets Tehura, his muse, who will consume his mind and inspire his most iconic works of art. With Tuheï Adams and Vincent Cassel as Gauguin.  In French with English subtitles. Directed by Edouard Deluc.

Saturday, July 21 at 7PM
Tuesday, July 24 at 12PM

Love, Cecil
2017, 98min, Not Rated
Director: Lisa Immordino Vreeland
Stars: Cecil Beaton, Hamish Bowles, Leslie Caron

Oscar®-winning set and costume designer, photographer, writer and painter Cecil Beaton was not only a dazzling chronicler, but an arbiter of his time. From the Bright Young Things to the front lines of war to the international belle monde and the pages of Vogue and then onto the Queen’s official photographer, Beaton embodied the cultural and political changes of the twentieth century. In this tender portrait, director Lisa Immordino Vreeland (Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict) blends archival footage and photographs with voice over of Beaton’s famed diaries to capture his legacy as a complex and unique creative force. Dynamic and lyrical, LOVE, CECIL is an examination of Beaton’s singular sense of the visual, which dictated a style that set standards of creativity that continue to resonate and inspire today. Narrated by Rupert Everett.  Directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland

Sunday, July 22 at 4PM
Wednesday, July 25 at 5PM

Cold Water
1994, 92min, Not Rated
Director: Olivier Assayas
Writer: Olivier Assayas
Stars: Virginie Ledoyen, Cyprien Fouquet, László Szabó

An acclaimed early work by Olivier Assayas that has long remained unavailable, the deeply felt coming-of-age drama Cold Water at long last makes its way to U.S. theaters. Drawing from his own youthful experiences, Assayas revisits the outskirts of Paris in the early 1970s, telling the story of teenage lovers Gilles (Cyprien Fouquet) and Christine (Virginie Ledoyen), whose open rebellion against family and society threatens to tear them apart, as Christine is sent to an institution by her parents and Gilles faces an uncertain future after running into trouble at school. With a rock soundtrack that vividly evokes the period, and provides the backdrop for one of the most memorable party sequences ever committed to film, Cold Water is a heartbreaking immersion into the emotional tumult of adolescence. In French with English subtitles. Directed by Olivier Assayas.

 Sunday, July 22 at 6PM
 Thursday, July 26 at 2:30PM

Godard, Mon Amour
2017, 107 min, R
Director: Michel Hazanavicius
Writers: Michel Hazanavicius (script by), Anne Wiazemsky (adapted from the novel "Un an après" by)
Stars: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin, Bérénice Bejo

With his romantic and slyly funny Godard Mon Amour, Michel Hazanavicius, the Academy Award-winning writer/director of The Artist, once again affectionately transports moviegoers back to a unique time and place in cinematic history: France, in the late 1960s. Actress Anne Wiazemsky (Stacy Martin, Nymphomaniac) finds herself juggling political protests and artistic challenges in her married life with renowned filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard (Louis Garrel, Ismael’s Ghosts, The Dreamers). As her country undergoes enormous cultural change, so too does Anne’s dynamic with her husband. With cinematic tips of the hat to Godard’s style, Hazanavicius illuminates Godard’s influence for both stalwart fans of the director as well as for those only discovering him now, as Godard Mon Amour warmly considers a relationship about both real love and reel love. In French with English subtitles. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius.

Monday, July 23 at 2:30PM

The Band's Visit
2007, 87min, PG-13
Director: Eran Kolirin
Writer: Eran Kolirin
Stars: Sasson Gabai, Ronit Elkabetz, Saleh Bakri

Winner of ten Tony awards this year, the musical stage version of The Band's Visit was first an equally acclaimed film, originally released in 2007, winning the Independent Spirit Award, among many others, for Best Foreign Language Film. The eight Egyptian musicians who comprise the Alexandria Ceremonial Police Orchestra arrive by mistake in a small town in Israel's Negev Desert. Their booking set for a different city, and with no transportation out of the town or any hotels to stay at, the band settles at a restaurant owned by Dina (Ronit Elkabetz), who offers them lodging. Overcoming ethnic barriers, the Egyptians find diversion and companionship with the Israelis through a pervading undercurrent of shared melancholy. In Hebrew, Arabic, and English. Directed by Eran Kolirin.

Monday, July 23 at 5PM

2017, 119min, Not Rated
Director: Jacques Doillon
Writer: Jacques Doillon
Stars: Vincent Lindon, Izïa Higelin, Séverine Caneele

Paris, 1880. 40 year-old Rodin (Vincent Lindon) finally receives his first state commission, “The Gates of Hell,” which will include “The Kiss” and “The Thinker,” two of his most famous creations. Constantly working, he shares his life with his lifelong partner, Rose (Séverine Caneele) and his mistress, the young Camille Claudel (Izïa Higelin,) the gifted student who becomes his assistant and a talented sculptor in her own right during a decade of passion, mutual admiration and creative collaboration. Following their painful break up, Rodin continues to work relentlessly while facing both the rejection and enthusiasm provoked by the sensuality and originality of his sculptures. Rodin’s statue of Balzac, long in the making and rejected during his lifetime, will become the starting point of modern sculpture. In French with English subtitles, Directed by Jacques Doillon

 Monday, July 23 at 7PM
 Wednesday, July 25 at 12PM

The Guardians
2017, 138min, R
Director: Xavier Beauvois
Writers: Xavier Beauvois (screenplay), Marie-Julie Maille (screenplay)
Stars: Nathalie Baye, Laura Smet, Iris Bry

An affecting human drama of love, loss, and resilience unfolds against the backdrop of World War I. The women of the Paridier farm, under the deft hand of Hortense, the family's matriarch (Nathalie Baye,) must grapple with the workload while the men, including two sons, are off at the front. Hortense reluctantly brings on an outsider, the hard-scrabble teenage orphan, Francine (Iris Bry), to help her daughter Solange (Laura Smet). New tools allow the women to triumph over the land, newfound independence is acquired, yet emotions are stirred especially when the men return from the front on short leaves. Acclaimed filmmaker Xavier Beauvois (Of Gods and Men) revels in the mysteries and beauties of the French countryside, here unravaged by war, with painterly images bathed in natural light, yet keeps his focus on the intricate drama that plays out against the upheaval of the Great War. In French with English subtitles.

Tuesday, July 24 at 7PM

2018, 117min, R
Directors: David Zellner, Nathan Zellner
Writers: David Zellner, Nathan Zellner
Stars: Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, David Zellner

Samuel Alabaster (Robert Pattinson, Good Time, The Lost City of Z), a dapper, well-to-do pioneer, is undertaking a journey across the American Frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope (Mia Wasikowska, Alice in Wonderland, Crimson Peak, Stoker). Samuel has brought an adorable miniature horse named Butterscotch as a wedding present, and he hires a drunkard who calls himself Parson Henry (David Zellner) to accompany him and officiate at the ceremony. But it turns out that Samuel has not been completely open about his plans, and the once-simple journey grows treacherous and far more complicated, blurring the lines between hero, villain and damsel. A loving reinvention of the western genre that simultaneously honors and hilariously subverts its conventions, the new film from brothers David and Nathan Zellner (Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter) showcases their trademark unpredictability, off-kilter sense of humor, and unique brand of humanism. With Robert Forster. Directed by David and Nathan Zellner.

Wednesday, July 25 at 7PM

2016, 96min, Not Rated
Director: Leslie Iwerks
Stars: Meg Bickford, Marcelle Bienvenu, Daniel Boulud

Ella Brennan is a household name in the restaurant industry. Known today as the inspirational matriarch of the rambling Brennan family of New Orleans and the force of nature behind first Brennan's and then Commander's Palace. Fired by her family at one point, she shouldered on. She was the creator of elaborate New Orleans breakfasts and jazz brunches and revolutionized creole cuisine. A pioneer of the modern American food movement, she pushed her chefs to the forefront helping to launch the celebrity chef phenomenon. What many don’t know is that when Ella Brennan was a teenager in 1940's New Orleans, the city’s food and drink business was in its infant stage, generating less than a million dollars a year. Today, it has grown into a billion-dollar industry for the city, many crediting the Brennan family, guided by Ella for pushing Creole wining and dining into the American mainstream and creating a lasting impact on how Americans eat and drink. Interviews and verite footage with current and former chefs from Commander's Palace, restaurateurs, peers, family and friends will provide past and present glimpses into Ella's unique life and world. This is the intimate and triumphant story of a groundbreaking American woman.

Thursday, July 26 at 5PM

Film Worker
2017, 94min, Not Rated
Director: Tony Zierra
Stars: Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, Danny Lloyd

Candid, often funny and sometimes shocking, this utterly fascinating documentary gives unique insight into the creative genius of one of cinema’s greatest directors—and the man who helped him fulfill his vision. It’s a rare person who would give up fame and fortune to toil in obscurity for someone else’s creative vision. Yet that’s exactly what Leon Vitali did after his acclaimed performance as Lord Bullingdon in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon. The young actor surrendered his thriving career to become Kubrick’s loyal right-hand man and jack of all trades. For more than two decades, Leon played a crucial role behind-the-scenes helping the notoriously meticulous Kubrick make and maintain his legendary body of work. The complex, interdependent relationship between Leon and Stanley was founded on devotion, sacrifice and the grueling, joyful reality of the creative process. Leon’s loyal service did not end with Kubrick’s death in 1999; it is thanks to his fanatical dedication that Kubrick’s oeuvre is preserved in the quality that the master would have demanded. With Ryan O'Neal, Matthew Modine, R. Lee Ermey, Stellan Skarsgård, Daniel Lloyd, Marie Richardson, Pernilla August and others. Directed by Tony Zierra

Thursday, July 26 at 7PM

Scarface - 35th Anniversary
1983, 170min, R
Director: Brian De Palma
Writer: Oliver Stone (screenplay by)
Stars: Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer

“Say hello to my little friend!” Al Pacino is unforgettable as Tony Montana, one of the most ruthless gangsters ever depicted on film, in this gripping crime epic. Director Brian De Palma (Mission: Impossible, The Untouchables, Carrie) follows the violent career of a small-time Cuban refugee hoodlum who guns his way to the top of Miami's cocaine empire. Written by Oliver Stone, with an original score by Giorgio Moroder. Michelle Pfeiffer, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Robert Loggia and F. Murray Abraham co-star. 35th Anniversary screening. Directed by Brian Palma

 Sunday, July 22 at 9:30PM

Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective

 A Clockwork Orange
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1971, 136min, R
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), Anthony Burgess (novel)
Stars: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates

Stanley Kubrick's nightmarish, satiric horror show has lost none of its power to shock. Malcolm McDowell portrays Alex, a Beethoven-loving, head-bashing punk who leads his gang of "droogs" on ultra-violent assaults—until he is captured by authorities and subjected to nasty behavior-modification therapy. Based on Anthony Burgess's novel.

 Saturday, July 21 at 9:15PM

The Killing
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1956, 85min, Not Rated
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), Jim Thompson (dialogue) | 1 more credit »
Stars: Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray, Vince Edwards

Stanley Kubrick’s account of an ambitious racetrack robbery is one of Hollywood’s tautest, twistiest noirs. Aided by a radically time-shuffling narrative, razor-sharp dialogue from pulp novelist Jim Thompson, and a phenomenal cast of character actors, including Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray, Timothy Carey, Elisha Cook Jr., and Marie Windsor, The Killing is both a jaunty thriller and a cold-blooded punch to the gut. And with its precise tracking shots and gratifying sense of irony, it’s Kubrick to the core.

Sunday, July 22 at 10AM, 
Monday, July 23 at 9:30PM

Barry Lyndon
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1975, 185min, PG
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick (written for the screen by), William Makepeace Thackeray (novel)
Stars: Ryan O'Neal, Marisa Berenson, Patrick Magee

How does an Irish lad without prospects become part of 18th-century English nobility? For rogue and scoundrel Barry Lyndon (Ryan O’Neal), the answer is: any way he can! His climb to wealth and privilege is the enthralling focus of Stanley Kubrick’s sumptuous version of William Makepeace Thackeray’s novel. For this ravishing, slyly satiric winner of four Academy Awards, Kubrick found inspiration in the works of the era’s painters. Costumes and sets were crafted in the era’s designs and pioneering lenses were developed to shoot interiors and exteriors in natural light. The result is a cutting-edge movie bringing a historical period to vivid screen life like no other film before or since. Though 2001: A Space Odyssey receives all the love, many now consider Barry Lyndon the pinnacle of the Kubrick oeuvre.

Sunday, July 22 at 12:15PM

Full Metal Jacket
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1987, 116 min, R
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay by), Michael Herr (screenplay by)
Stars: Matthew Modine, R. Lee Ermey, Vincent D'Onofrio

In Full Metal Jacket, director Stanley Kubrick rips the skin from the face of war to expose the dehumanizing effect of the military on the people fed to its emotional meat grinder. Through the eyes of an 18-year-old recruit (Matthew Modine)—from his first days in the seeming hell of Marine Corps boot camp as his superiors try to strip of him his individuality and re-create him as a Marine, to the hell of the 1968 Tet offensive—Kubrick reveals the damage done to the collective human soul by the inhumanity of war. Co-starring Adam Baldwin, Vincent D’Onofrio and Lee Ermey. Based on the novel The Short-Timers by Gustav Hasford.

Tuesday, July 24 at 9:30PM

The Shining
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1980, 146min, R
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stephen King (novel), Stanley Kubrick (screenplay)
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd

This legendary chiller stars Jack Nicholson as the off-season caretaker of a possessed hotel who slowly goes mad as evil spirits convince him to go after his family with a fire axe. Stephen King's spooky novel is vividly brought to life by director Kubrick, who infuses the film with some of the most memorable images of his career. Redrum! Redrum! Shelley Duvall co-stars.

Wednesday, July 25 at 9:15PM

Eyes Wide Shut
Stanley Kubrick 90th Birthday Retrospective
1999, 159min, R
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), Frederic Raphael (screenplay)
Stars: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Todd Field

Stanley Kubrick's daring last film is a bracing psychosexual journey, a riveting suspense tale and a career milestone for stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Cruise plays a doctor who plunges into an erotic foray that threatens his marriage—and may ensnare him in a murder mystery—after his wife's (Kidman) admission of sexual longings. As the story sweeps from doubt and fear to self-discovery and reconciliation, Kubrick orchestrates it with masterful flourishes. Graceful tracking shots, rich colors, startling images: bravura traits that make Kubrick a filmmaker for the ages are here to keep everyone's eyes wide open.

Thursday, July 26 at 9:15PM