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BRAD'S STATUS

BRAD'S STATUS

While touring colleges with his teenage son, an introspective, middle-aged family man (Ben Stiller) can’t help but compare himself to his more successful cohort of old friends, in the second directorial feature from acclaimed screenwriter Mike White (BEATRIZ AT DINNER, SCHOOL OF ROCK).

LUCKY

LUCKY

Having out-lived and out-smoked all of his contemporaries, a fiercely independent town curmudgeon (Harry Dean Stanton) finds himself at the precipice of life, thrust into a journey of self-exploration and enlightenment. A love letter to the life and career of Stanton himself—who passed away Sep 15, 2017.

 

TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTON

TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTON

A pioneer in both tow-in surfing and foil boarding, Laird Hamilton distinguished himself from surfing legends of the time who wanted to maintain the purity of the sport. Distinguished filmmaker Rory Kennedy (LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM) blends candid interviews with breathtaking action footage for a visceral, white-knuckle look at a life lived on the edge.

MAMA AFRICA: MIRIAM MAKEBA

MAMA AFRICA: MIRIAM MAKEBA

Internationally famous South African singer Miriam Makeba (1932-2008) spent half a century travelling the world spreading her political message to fight racism, poverty and promote justice and peace. Through rare archive footage and personal testimony, we discover Miriam Makeba’s remarkable journey.

CARPINTEROS (WOODPECKERS)

CARPINTEROS (WOODPECKERS)

Dominican filmmaker José María Cabral delivers a knockout drama burgeoning with atmosphere and sexuality in the gritty nail-biter shot on location inside a notorious prison in the Dominican Republic.

LOVING VINCENT

LOVING VINCENT

By Popular Demand! The world's first fully oil-painted animated feature film brings the art of Vincent van Gogh to life. Shot first as a live-action film, and then painted over frame by frame with oils, LOVING VINCENT is a unique cinematic achievement.

HUMAN FLOW

HUMAN FLOW

World-renowned artist, activist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei artfully captures the massive and shocking breadth of the global migration crisis in this breathtaking film, which portrays the plight of today’s 65 million forcibly displaced individuals—the highest number ever to be forced out of their homes.

THE FLORIDA PROJECT

THE FLORIDA PROJECT

The latest from Sean Baker (TANGERINE) juxtaposes the carefree summer of a spirited kid with the harsh realities dogging the grown-ups of a decaying extended-stay hotel in the shadows of Orlando’s Disney World.

MANSFIELD 66/67

MANSFIELD 66/67

MANSFIELD 66/67 hones in on the later years of “blonde bombshell” Jayne Mansfield, when she scandalously befriended San Francisco’s Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey. A rare doc that takes the camp value of its subject and matches it to irresistible effect.

MACHINES

MACHINES

Marrying stunning visuals with social advocacy, this award-winning doc wanders freely between pulsating machines and bubbling vats of dye to create a moving portrait of the human laborers who toil away in the labyrinthine passages of an enormous textile factory in Gujarat, India.

CHAVELA

CHAVELA

A captivating look at the unconventional life of beloved performer Chavela Vargas, whose passionate renditions of Mexican popular music and triumphant return to the stage late in life brought her international fame.

JANE

JANE

Academy Award–nominated director Brett Morgen (KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK) reconstitutes 50-year-old National Geographic footage into a poetic look at primatologist Jane Goodall, set to a magnificent score by Philip Glass.

FACES PLACES

FACES PLACES

French master Agnès Varda collaborates with mysterious street artist JR in this wondrous travelogue, in which the duo travel through small villages in the French countryside and immortalize the faces of those they meet in immense public murals.

THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

The strange relationship between a cardiac surgeon and a 16-year-old boy portends a terrifying sacrifice in this eagerly awaited supernatural thriller from Yorgos Lanthimos (THE LOBSTER). Starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Alicia Silverstone.

WONDERSTRUCK

WONDERSTRUCK

The stories of Ben and Rose, two children growing up in different eras, both deaf and both seeking the same mysterious connection. Directed by Todd Haynes (CAROL, FAR FROM HEAVEN).

 

This Week (click showtimes to purchase)

Thursday

TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONLUCKYBRAD'S STATUSAnatomy of Cinema Seminar: Mise-en-scèneNJFF: HARMONIA

Friday

THE FLORIDA PROJECT: Informal post-screening discussion upstairs (8:00pm)
TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONLOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWLUCKY

Saturday

HUMAN FLOW: Post-screening discussion with Vanderbilt University's Robert Barsky and Jonathan Hiskey (12:20pm)
Olde Worlde Theatre presents “Little Red Riding Hood”LOVING VINCENTLUCKYTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWTAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONMANSFIELD 66/6712 Hours of Terror

Sunday

MACHINES: Post-screening discussion with Vanderbilt University's Dan Cornfield and Tariq Tachil (6:40pm)
THE FLORIDA PROJECTLOVING VINCENTTAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONHUMAN FLOWLUCKYMACHINESMANSFIELD 66/67

Monday

NJFF: THE WOMEN'S BALCONYLOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWCHAVELAMANSFIELD 66/67LUCKY

Tuesday

LOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWNJFF: FANNY'S JOURNEYCHAVELALUCKY
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