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MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ

MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ

Broken-hearted Minnie Moore longs for the kind of love sold at the picture shows. Parking lot attendant Seymour Moskowitz is not her idea of a leading man, but he’s determined to prove he’s the right man for the role.

A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

Nick is a neurotic blue collar worker wrestling with his wife Mabel’s mental instability. When he feels her actions are affecting their children, he makes a difficult decision that inadvertently highlights his own unique brand of lunacy.

OPENING NIGHT

OPENING NIGHT

A young woman is killed in an accident trying to meet her favorite actress Myrtle Gordon. Myrtle, already struggling with alcoholism, feels responsible for her death and the ensuing emotional turmoil overwhelms her as the opening night of her play approaches.

THE FATE OF LEE KHAN

THE FATE OF LEE KHAN

When Lee Khan, an official working for Mongolian Emperor Yuan of the Yuan Dynasty procures the battle map of the Chinese rebel army, resistance fighters, aided by an undercover female-gang within Khan's ranks, strive to corner him in an inn. Directed by wuxia master King Hu (DRAGON INN, A TOUCH OF ZEN).

EASY RIDER

EASY RIDER

Having weathered five decades of socio-political shapeshifting, Dennis Hopper’s directorial debut EASY RIDER remains the definitive film of the counterculture movement.

BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE

BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE

Couples Bob & Carol Sanders and Ted & Alice Henderson are best friends. After attending a weekend self-help self-discovery session, Bob and Carol feel newly enlightened, and want their friends, Ted and Alice, to feel the same way.

THE WILD BUNCH

THE WILD BUNCH

With the sun setting on their luck and way of life, the Wild Bunch face the death of the Old West, forcing the outlaws to contend with the inevitable industrialization of the American landscape and a lifestyle out of step with the changing times.

TARGETS

TARGETS

While making a personal appearance at a drive-in theatre, an elderly horror film star faces down his mortality and an emotionally damaged Vietnam War veteran in the midst of a killing spree. TARGETS marks the bittersweet swan song of one of classic Hollywood’s most recognizable actors, Boris Karloff.

MR. FREEDOM

MR. FREEDOM

A crass American patriot superhero arrogantly combats lefty freethinkers in the name of freedom, destroying anything and everyone to prevent Communists from taking over America’s foreign interests. 35mm print courtesy of Walker Art Center’s Ruben/Bentson Moving Image Collection.

WOODSTOCK

WOODSTOCK

Travel back to the summer of ‘69 and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the monumental three-day rock festival with a screening of the 25th anniversary director’s cut, replete with an additional 40 minutes of performances by Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat and Janis Joplin.

MIDNIGHT COWBOY

MIDNIGHT COWBOY

An ailing con artist and a wide-eyed Texas hustler band together to survive the mean streets of New York.

FOR ALL MANKIND

FOR ALL MANKIND

A testament to NASA’s remarkable Apollo program, the film was composited from pristine film and audio materials archived at the Johnson Space Center—resulting in an intimate and artful document of America’s earliest moon expeditions.

APOLLO 11

APOLLO 11

A cinematic event 50 years in the making, APOLLO 11 features never before seen large format footage of the mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilots Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. A journey that should only be experienced on the big screen.

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