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1999

MAGNOLIA
Fri, May 31 | Sun, Jun 2 | Tue, Jun 4

MAGNOLIA

When this many lives intersect, the results can be smooth and sinuous or jagged and explosive. During the course of a Los Angeles day, hearts will break, tears will fall, love will take hold and the skies themselves will open up. Twenty-five years on, there’s still nothing like MAGNOLIA. Screening in 35mm
THE MATRIX
Sat, Jun 1 at 2:50pm, 8:00pm | Wed, Jun 5 at 3:50pm, 9:30pm

THE MATRIX

Thomas Anderson’s life is lived in the realm of the digital. He’s a hacker, and he hasn’t a clue that the world around him is just as manufactured and removed from real life as the screens and virtual spaces he dallies in. But when the sleeper awakens, reality itself collapses into a whole new world.
AFTER LIFE
Sun, Jun 2 at 1:45pm, 8:00pm | Thu, Jun 6 at 5:45pm

AFTER LIFE

The recently deceased are given the chance to decide upon their most beloved memory, which is then filmed by a rough-and-tumble film crew and screened, becoming the single memory they take beyond this world and into eternity.
THE VIRGIN SUICIDES
Mon, Jun 3 at 3:30pm, 8:00pm | Fri, Jun 7 at 3:00pm, 9:30pm

THE VIRGIN SUICIDES

Sofia Coppola adapts Jeffrey Eugenides’ acclaimed novel of suburban tragedy and, with this sensual and empathic portrait of the sufferings of the Lisbon family, introduces herself as a major director.
THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY
Wed, Jun 5 at 1:00pm, 6:40pm | Sat, Jun 8 at 4:20pm

THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY

A taste of the good life has swept aspirational gadabout Tom Ripley into a scheme. Which isn’t a problem per se, but there are unseen currents swirling at every step, and desire is a need that only grows stronger.
BOWFINGER
Thu, Jun 6 at 3:30pm, 8:20pm | Sun, Jun 9 at 4:50pm, 9:10pm

BOWFINGER

In this love letter to no-budget genre filmmaking from writer and star Steve Martin, a Z-grade wannabe Hollywood director strikes on a genius idea for his newest script when he decides to cast an unwitting action star (Eddie Murphy) as the lead.
THE IRON GIANT
Fri-Sun, Jun 7-9

THE IRON GIANT

This throwback to Cold War America about a young boy who befriends a robot from outer space touches on the paranoia of the time, the loneliness of boyhood, and the value of creativity. It’s quite simply one of the greatest animated films of the ‘90s.
THE SIXTH SENSE
Fri, Jun 7 at 12:40pm, 7:10pm | Tue, Jun 11 at 3:20pm, 8:00pm

THE SIXTH SENSE

Cole Sear is a little boy carrying an unfathomable weight on his shoulders. He’s getting older, the kids at school are merciless in their bullying, and he can never truly be alone — because he sees the dead wherever he goes.
GIRL, INTERRUPTED
Sat, Jun 8 at 1:40pm, 7:10pm | Wed, Jun 12 at 5:05pm

GIRL, INTERRUPTED

Boasting an incredible ensemble cast, this adaptation of Susanna Kaysen’s autobiographical account (set in the late ‘60s) of being committed to a psychiatric hospital foregrounded a nuanced take on women’s traumatic experiences. Screening in 35mm
RATCATCHER
Sun, Jun 9 at 2:45pm, 7:00pm | Thu, Jun 13 at 2:00pm, 6:15pm

RATCATCHER

In her breathtaking and assured debut feature, Lynne Ramsay creates a haunting evocation of a troubled Glasgow childhood.