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In Memoriam: Burt Reynolds (1936-2018), William Goldman (1931-2018): Working as a Las Vegas bodyguard to support his gambling habits, Nick Escalante (Burt Reynolds) hopes for a jackpot that will take him all the way to Italy and a relaxing gondola in Venice.

BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID

BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID

In Memoriam: William Goldman (1931-2018): Robert Redford as blue-eyed, laid back train robber, Sundance and Paul Newman his equally charming partner-in-crime, Butch, in this soulful, romantic look at the infamous Hole in the Wall gang. Brillianty scripted by novelist/screenwriter William Goldman.

SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT

SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT

In Memoriam: Burt Reynolds (1936-2018): Eastbound and down, fun-loving Bandit (Reynolds) takes on his craziest haul yet—delivering 400 cases of beer from Texarkana to Atlanta in just 28 hours.

Peripheral Visions: SUBURBIA

Peripheral Visions: SUBURBIA

A group of teens from troubled families attempt to find stability and acceptance by forming a punk rock commune in a flop house of a failed L.A. subdivision slated for demolition—and discover the families they left behind aren’t the only problems they’ll have to run from.

CABARET

CABARET

Adapted from the hit 1966 Broadway stage production, CABARET documents the exploits of naive but irrepressible American singer Sally Bowles and her friends, set amongst the moral decadence and sexual ambiguity of pre-war Berlin.

KANSAS CITY

KANSAS CITY

Kansas City in the 1930s: a young man robs a gambler and is held hostage by a mysterious night club owner. In response, the man's wife kidnaps a socialite, whom she tries to trade for her husband. Directed by Robert Altman and featuring a superb live score from a who’s who of the 90s jazz scene.

DO THE RIGHT THING

DO THE RIGHT THING

Co-presented with Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria. Join us for Slim & Husky's pizza, the movie that lost to DRIVING MISS DAISY for Best Picture of 1989, and a post-screening discussion on community building and youth empowerment with musical artist Tim Gent; educator, artist and consultant Melissa Gordon; community organizer Gicola Lane; and artist and neighborhood curator Thaxton Waters; moderated by artist advocate Brian Sexton. Part of STAFF PICKS, and programmed by ANTHONY, who says: “Thirty years later, how we lookin’?

BLADE RUNNER: The Final Cut

BLADE RUNNER: The Final Cut

Los Angeles, 2019. Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is assigned to track down a rogue group of artificial humanoids after they hijack a spaceship and head to Earth to literally meet their maker.

SWEET CHARITY

SWEET CHARITY

Having directed and choreographed the Broadway show based on a book by Neil Simon, Bob Fosse was hired by Universal to direct the film version. Boasting a bold visual style and employing a wide arrange of technique, the film stars Shirley MacLaine as dancer Charity, adrift and lovelorn but incurably optimistic.

AKIRA

AKIRA

Neo-Tokyo, 2019. When a secret military experiment accidentally turns a member of a teenage biker gang into a superhuman weapon of mass destruction, the only people who can save the city are his friends and a council of juvenile psychics.

LET'S GET LOST

LET'S GET LOST

Filmmaker/photographer Bruce Weber tells the captivating, heartbreaking life story of jazz icon Chet Baker through conversations with the musician himself, as well as archival footage and interviews with his friends and family—all the while weaving in the moods of modern coastal L.A. to paint a nuanced picture of a musician in what would be the final year of his life.

TITANIC

TITANIC

James Cameron’s cinematic spectacle follows society girl Rose (Kate Winslet) and penniless artist Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) as they fall in love—just as tragedy strikes.

AUDITION

AUDITION

When a film producer friend of his teenage son devises a plan to hold a fake audition for a new girlfriend, long-widowed Aoyama falls for the silent beauty of Asam, a former ballerina with a dark past. Their courtship veers from quiet romance to…. Well, let’s not spoil one of the great turn-on-a-dime plot twists.

LENNY

LENNY

Bob Fosse’s third feature hones in on controversial comedian Lenny Bruce (Dustin Hoffman), who begins his career telling bad jokes to bored audiences in the 1950s but can't repress his desire to unleash edgier material.

STAR '80

STAR '80

Bob Fosse returned to biographical drama for his final film, based on the murder of Playboy model Dorothy Stratten (Mariel Hemingway) in 1980.

MILES AHEAD

MILES AHEAD

Don Cheadle directed himself as Miles Davis in this rollicking biopic—underseen in its 2015 release—that mashed up the key creative eras of Miles’s nearly 50-year career into a self-referential bitches brew of kinetic energy and urban legend.

ALL THAT JAZZ

ALL THAT JAZZ

Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for this madly imaginative musical masterpiece, casting Roy Scheider as stand-in Joe Gideon, whose exhausting work schedule and self-destructive private life is rendered as phantasmagoric spectacle.

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