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Dying to Know: Ram Dass and Timothy Leary

Ram Dass and Timothy Leary shared an epic friendship that spanned decades and shaped a generation. Gay Dillingham’s intimate portrait celebrates these two very complex, controversial characters tracking them from the early 1960s when as Harvard psychology professors they began probing the vast realms of consciousness through their experiments with psychedelics. Timothy Leary became the LSD guru, challenging convention, questioning authority and spawning a global counter culture movement – “Turn on, tune in, drop out” – This all before landing in prison after President Richard Nixon branded him “the most dangerous man in America”. Meanwhile, Alpert journeyed to the East becoming Ram Dass, a spiritual teacher who continues in his 80’s to teach service through compassion. Spanning 50 years, the film invites us into the future encouraging us to ponder questions about life, drugs & the biggest mystery of all: death.
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Sing Street

Inspired by his own life and his love for music, writer/director John (ONCE) Carney takes us back his old stomping grounds – 1980s Dublin – to tell a story where music has the power to take us beyond the turmoil of everyday life.
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LIVE: Marc Black… One Song at a Time

Marc takes the stage at Upstate Films/Woodstock to entertain and enlighten. Hang on to your seat as he leads us through his rollicking multi-media confessional, one song at a time. Could be a love song or a stripped down blues… somehow they all fit making a colorful, story filled tapestry. As Happy Traum put it, “Marc is a master at spreading the joy of music”.
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Love and Friendship

Writer-director Whit (METROPOLITAN, LAST DAYS OF DISCO, BARCELONA, DAMSELS IN DISTRESS) Stillman brings a unique sense and sensibility to his adaptation of an unpublished Jane Austen novel that stars Kate Beckinsale as a sassy social climber in the 1790s who’s blissfully unaware of her own self-absorption, and who doesn’t let the truth get in the way of a good story, after all “facts are horrid things”.
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A Bigger Splash

Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, and Dakota Johnson star in the English-language debut from director of I Am Love (Luca Guadagnino). Titled after a famous David Hockney painting and loosely based on Jacques Deray’s 1969 thriller, The Swimming Pool, A Bigger Splash is a sensuous portrait of desire, jealousy, and rock and roll under the Mediterranean sun.
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maggie's plan

Maggie’s Plan

Try as you might, there’s nothing you can control about fate. But Maggie is determined to make her own happiness rather than wait for circumstance to serve it up for her in this delightfully witty new film from gifted writer-director Rebecca Miller (Personal Velocity, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee).
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