Events for May 20th, 2012
Directed by James Clavell. UK. 1967. NR. 105 min. Sony. DVD.
- Sun, May 20, 2:00 pm
Turning from exclusive and proper upper-class British schools, but retaining a sense of the power of a charismatic teacher, To Sir With Love takes us into the slums of London and provides us with the joy of watching Sidney Poitier win over a tough group of white working-class students. More»
Directed by Nancy Buirski. US. 2011. NR. 77 min. Icarus. DVD.
- Sun, May 20, 4:30 pm
“The improbably named Lovings, Mildred and Richard, make a compelling couple, and not just because she is half-black, half-Native American and he is good olí boy white. In a rich collection of 16-millimeter film, old news clips and still photographs, the Lovings donít look like two people caught up in a cause, they seem like two people caught up in each other. The Lovings became civil rights activists by default: victims of the times, the color of their skin and a willful, wrongheaded judge in Virginia. By accident, more than design, they made history. More»
Directed by Lee Hirsch. US. 2011. PG-13. 98 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.
Fri, May 18 thru Thu, May 24 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“The best social documents on film do more than show you what’s wrong in the world Ė they make it personal. Bully does that with a passion. Lee Hirsch’s film is a potent and provocative look at a problem that’s out of control, what with 13 million American kids a year being bullied, and some of them even taking their own lives. More»