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Music City Mondays

It’s Monday night, this is Music City, and these are music films.


ONE FROM THE HEART: REPRISE
Mon, Feb 26 at 2:50pm, 8:00pm

ONE FROM THE HEART: REPRISE

The five-year romance of a window dresser and her boyfriend breaks up, as each of them finds a more interesting partner. Original music by Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle.
BLACK ORPHEUS
Mon, Mar 4 at 8:00pm

BLACK ORPHEUS

With its magnificent color photography and lively soundtrack, Marcel Camus’s retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice against the madness of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro brought the infectious sounds of samba and bossa nova to the world and is a must-see on the big screen.
ENNIO
Mon, Mar 11 at 4:50pm, 8:00pm

ENNIO

Part of Music City Mondays: Morricone x3 — A moving and comprehensive profile of indefatigable composer Ennio Morricone that explores the breadth of the maestro’s career, from his early Italian pop songs to the fistful of unforgettable film scores that he wrote.
THE HATEFUL EIGHT
Mon, Mar 18 at 4:30pm, 8:00pm

THE HATEFUL EIGHT

Part of Music City Mondays: Morricone x3 — Years after the Civil War, a bounty hunter and his captive are waylaid by a Wyoming blizzard and hole up in a way station with six dicey strangers. Oscar-winning score by Ennio Morricone. Screening in 35mm
DAYS OF HEAVEN
Mon, Mar 25 at 3:40pm, 8:00pm

DAYS OF HEAVEN

Part of Music City Mondays: Morricone x3 — Bill, an early-1900s Chicago steel mill worker flees town after accidentally killing a man. In search of a better life, he moves his girlfriend Abby and younger sister Linda to the wheat fields of Texas. Directed by Terence Malick. Score by Ennio Morricone. New 4K DCP Restoration
RYUICHI SAKAMOTO | OPUS
Mon, Apr 1 at 8:00pm

RYUICHI SAKAMOTO | OPUS

In late 2022, Ryuichi Sakamoto mustered all of his energy to leave us with one final performance: a concert film featuring just him and his piano. Intimately filmed in a space he knew well and surrounded by his most trusted collaborators, including his son, director Neo Sora, Sakamoto bares his soul through his exquisitely haunting melodies.