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Sons & Grown-Ups

This frank generational portrait assembles a gallery of aging men, all baby boomers drawn from the filmmaker’s community of friends and family. With filmmaker Manfred Kirchheimer in person.

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The Bridges of Madison County

Eastwood’s astonishingly beautiful adaptation of the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller moves to its own hushed rhythm, luxuriating in the exquisite human connection experienced by an Iowa housewife and a National Geographic photographer who passes through town while her husband and children are away.

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The Fisher King

Terry Gilliam balances tragedy and comedy, fantasy and realism, romance and adventure, in this extremely early-’90s tale of a disgraced radio shock jock (Jeff Bridges) who finds redemption.

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Boomerang

This wildly funny, sophisticated vehicle for Murphy’s too-infrequently tapped skills as a romantic leading man was among the biggest hits of 1992, and all but set the template for the modern-day Black romantic comedy. 

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The Secret Garden

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic children’s novel comes to precious life in Holland’s exquisitely mounted gothic adaptation, one of the finest live-action family films of the nineties.

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The Last of the Mohicans

This sweeping, feverish epic adapted loosely from James Fenimore Cooper's 1826 novel features some of Michael Mann's most hypnotic vistas and kinetic sequences.

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The Bridges of Madison County

Eastwood’s astonishingly beautiful adaptation of the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller moves to its own hushed rhythm, luxuriating in the exquisite human connection experienced by an Iowa housewife and a National Geographic photographer who passes through town while her husband and children are away.

Juke Joint

Named for a tavern or roadhouse with music for Black people, 1947's Juke Joint was the ninth feature directed by Spencer Williams, who also starred in the film.

The Blood of Jesus

This is the first feature film directed by pioneering filmmaker Spencer Williams, whose screenplay was inspired by a Langston Hughes poem. Followed by a panel discussion featuring Ina Archer and Dr. David Bering-Porter. 

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The Secret Garden

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic children’s novel comes to precious life in Holland’s exquisitely mounted gothic adaptation, one of the finest live-action family films of the nineties.