Our next feature film, The Singing Revolution, begins this Friday. A documentary about Estonia's enduring cultural identity in the face of Soviet rule and the country's eventual independence after the Cold War, this film "eloquently illustrates that, once granted, even a smidgen of freedom can transform into an unstoppable weapon against oppression."
Following The Singing Revolution, we've booked The Fall to begin on Friday, August 1. Tasha Robinson from The Onion describes it as "the most glorious, wonderful mess put on screen since Terry Gilliam's Brazil."
Our next classic is A River Runs Through It on Sunday, July 27 at 2pm, sponsored and selected by Fitzwater Station. Come to the film, and then head down to the Fitz on Canal Street to enjoy a cocktail on their deck, a concert by The Manatees, and a canoe trip down the canal. Visit their website at www.fitzwaterstation.com.
Our Children's Summer Series continues Tuesday at 10:30am with Silly Rockabilly performed by The Rivers Rockabilly Trio. This was one of our most popular shows last summer. Tickets are $5 per person and will be available at the door.
Finally, after a short hiatus because of the Fourth of July holiday, First Friday Fright Night is back on August 1 with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at 10pm.