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Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Bill Duke’s lively and poignant film is especially memorable for its soundtrack, particularly its epochal appearance by a young Lauryn Hill. On Sunday, 10/15, there will be a family day event featuring karaoke activities with songs from Sister Act 2 and music-related video games for the whole family! 

No Budget Story

Haralambidis’s debut film, winner of the prestigious FIPRESCI prize at the Istanbul Film Festival, is a refreshing look at Athenian culture at the end of the century.

The Heart of the Beast

Based on a best-selling novel by Petros Tatsopoulos, the film moves between detective film noir, bittersweet comedy, and poetic cinema.

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American Movie

A sleeper hit when it came out in 1999, the scrappy, comic documentary American Movie has aged into an American classic. See it 10/8 and 10/4.

Hip-Hop & Halloween Family Day

On 10/15, join us for an afternoon of family-friendly activities to celebrate 50 years of hip-hop music and to get in the mood for Halloween! 

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Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Bill Duke’s lively and poignant film is especially memorable for its soundtrack, particularly its epochal appearance by a young Lauryn Hill. On Sunday, 10/15, there will be a family day event featuring karaoke activities with songs from Sister Act 2 and music-related video games for the whole family! 

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Inside Llewyn Davis 

The Coen brothers’ acerbic yet profoundly felt character study of a singer-songwriter (Oscar Isaac) will be introduced by critic Adam Nayman, author of The Coen Brothers: This Book Really Ties the Films Together, on 10/15.

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Kokomo City

Dir. D. Smith. 2023, 73 mins. DCP. In this wildly entertaining and refreshingly unfiltered documentary, filmmaker D. Smith passes the mic to four Black transgender sex workers in Atlanta and New York City—Daniella Carter, Koko ...

Cheap Smokes

In the most autobiographical of Renos Haralambidis’s films, Nikos, struggling with work, romance, and finding meaningful purpose in life, roams the streets of Athens on a warm summer night looking for love and questioning his existence.

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Lake Mungo 

One of the most creative, unexpected, and chilling paranormal thrillers of the 21st century, from Australian director Joel Anderson plays 10/13 and 10/15—introduced by critic Adam Nayman at the 10/15 screening.

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The Witches

A singular collaboration between vanguard filmmaker Nicolas Roeg and visionary artist Jim Henson, The Witches adapts one of Roald Dahl’s most frightful books for children with phantasmagoric gusto.

Lewis Klahr Program 1

This first of three selections of films from the first half of experimental film legend Lewis Klahr’s career, screening 10/20, features some of his best-known titles made between 1987 and 2004. With Lewis Klahr in person!