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Movies We Missed

PASSING
Fri-Sat, Jan 7-8

PASSING

In 1920s New York City, a Black woman (Tessa Thompson) finds her world upended when her life becomes intertwined with a former childhood friend (Ruth Negga) who's passing as white.
THE SOUVENIR: PART II
Sun, Jan 9 | Tue, Jan 11

THE SOUVENIR: PART II

Joanna Hogg’s shimmering story of first love and a young woman’s formative years continues with this portrait of the artist that transcends the halting particulars of everyday life — a singular, alchemic mix of memoir and fantasy.
I WAS A SIMPLE MAN
Wed-Thu, Jan 12-13

I WAS A SIMPLE MAN

In this atmospheric, time-shifting feature set in the pastoral countryside of the north shore of O‘ahu, an elderly Hawaiian man encounters the ghosts from his past as he nears the end of his life.
THE DISCIPLE
Mon-Tue, Jan 17-18

THE DISCIPLE

Chaitanya Tamhane’s masterfully composed second feature examines a lifetime journey devoted to the art of Indian classical music. Self-doubt, sacrifice and struggle converge into an existential crisis for a devoted classical vocalist as the mastery he strives for remains elusive.
BEANS
Tue-Wed, Jan 18-19

BEANS

Twelve-year-old Beans is on the edge, torn between innocent childhood and delinquent adolescence — and forced to grow up fast to become the tough Mohawk warrior she needs to be during the Indigenous uprising known as the Oka Crisis, which tore Quebec and Canada apart for 78 tense days in the summer of 1990.
LUZZU
Wed-Thu, Jan 19-20

LUZZU

A hardworking Maltese fisherman is faced with an agonizing choice. He can repair his leaky luzzu – a traditional, multicolored wooden fishing boat – in the hopes of eking out a meager living, or he can cast his lot with the black-market operation that is decimating the Mediterranean fish population. (Winner of the Sundance Special Jury Prize)
WRITING WITH FIRE
Tue-Wed, Jan 25-26

WRITING WITH FIRE

In a cluttered male-dominated news landscape emerges India's only newspaper run by Dalit women. Chief reporter Meera and her journalists break traditions, redefining what it means to be powerful.
QUO VADIS, AIDA?
Wed-Thu, Jan 26-27

QUO VADIS, AIDA?

When the Serbian army takes over her town, a translator leverages her access to crucial information in order to save her family. Filmmaker Jasmila Žbanić, who herself survived the war, masterfully assembles these memories of atrocity into both a heart-wrenching artifact and a testament to the indomitable human spirit.