Eleanor Coppola’s road movie takes us on an intoxicating tour de France lined with heavenly vistas, art and architecture, and visions of regional cuisine to die for.
The winner of the Palme d’Or at last year’s Cannes Film Festival follows a middle-aged, blue-collar carpenter struggling to navigate the bureaucracy of the British benefits system after an injury leaves him unable to work.
Based on on Daphne Du Maurier’s 1951 gothic novel this twisted romance is about a young Englishman who falls blindly in love with his cousin, the enchanting, mysterious, beautiful widow of his beloved guardian who comes to England from Italy.
The “too big to fail” 2008 Wall St. meltdown: Much has been written; hands have been thoroughly wrung, and now here’s the true tale of the only U.S. bank to face criminal charges in the wake of the heinous greed-induced financial crisis. By the director of HOOP DREAMS.
An unpretentious film about a man with a lot of brass, Chuck tells the story of the real-life boxer who inspired the character of Rocky Balboa — a New Jersey liquor salesman who was more famous for the fights he lost than the fights he won.
For those of us who may not know a vibrato from a pizzicato, Josh Aronson’s entertaining film about the master cello teacher Paul Katz and some of his talented students provides an insider’s look at what it takes to merge technical savvy with soul and expression.
“Fabulous – full of wisdom , warmth and compassion… captures that rare magical process of a master teacher at work that made me feel he was not just teaching cello students…it was a lesson to all of us.” – Yo-Yo Ma
“Talent Has Hunger is beautiful. It shows that great teachers are the rarest, most precious, and, yes, the most gifted among all of us.” – Emanuel Ax
IN PERSON: Filmmaker Josh Aronson (Sat June 24)
Thomas Cole and Frederic Church and many of the Hudson River School of landscape painters are known world-wide, but actually it was Kingston’s John Vanderlyn who was the first local artist to gain major fame around the globe.
IN PERSON: Tobe Carey Sat July 1st matinee, free show