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Weekend Engagements

  • September 1, 2018 – October 29, 2018
Thu, Sep 27
Sat, Sep 29
Sun, Sep 30

En El Séptimo Dia

Directed by Jim McKay

In McKay’s first feature effort since 2004’s Everyday People (he has also directed episodes of critically acclaimed television shows like

Fri, Sep 28
Sat, Sep 29

Dark Money

Directed by Kimberly Reed

As is widely known at this post-Citizens United stage of democracy in the United States, big, untraceable money plays a

Sat, Oct 6
Sat, Oct 6
Sun, Oct 7
Mon, Oct 8

Wanda

Directed by Barbara Loden

Barbara Loden’s sole feature film is a heartbreaking peek inside one average woman’s life circa 1970 as she bounces from

Fri, Oct 12
Sat, Oct 13
Sat, Oct 13
Sun, Oct 14

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Directed by RaMell Ross

Written, directed, shot, and edited by first-time feature filmmaker RaMell Ross, Hale County is one of this year’s most gripping

Fri, Oct 19
Sat, Oct 20
Sat, Oct 20
Sun, Oct 21

Bisbee ’17

Directed by Robert Greene

In 1917, Bisbee, Arizona, was witness to a heinous, violent, racist event: the expulsion of 1,200 immigrant copper miners who

Fri, Oct 26
Sat, Oct 27
Sun, Oct 28
Mon, Oct 29

Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.

Directed by Stephen Loveridge

Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam (aka M.I.A.) is one of the music world’s most controversial and politically outspoken artists, having created an

Crime + Punishment

Directed by Stephen Maing

First-time documentary feature director Stephen Maing trains his camera on a group of NYPD officers—all people of color—who have been

Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day

Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

This eight-hour, five-episode intimate epic follows toolmaker Jochen (the magnetic Gottfried John) and his extended family (Fassbinder regular Hanna Schygulla)

Scarred Hearts

Directed by Radu Jude

Based loosely on the writings of the Romanian dissident Max Blecher (1909-1938), Scarred Hearts follows the young Emmanuel (Lucian Teodor Rus), a

Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin

Directed by Arwen Curry

US Theatrical Premiere! Ursula K. Le Guin (1929–2018) is one of America’s finest writers. Early in her career, she sought to