Now Playing in Rhinebeck

Loving

Dec 5 - 8 Rhinebeck

Mon

12/5

Tue

12/6

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12/7

Thur

12/8

5:30
8:10
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2:45
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This tender, graceful film from director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) tells the story of Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga), an interracial couple who were arrested in 1958 for the crime of getting married. Born and raised in the hills of Central Point, Virginia, the Lovings spent nine years fighting for the right to live as a family in their home state. Their commitment to each other ended up changing the country when it sparked the landmark 1967 Supreme Court ruling, Loving v. Virginia, that unanimously struck down all anti-miscegenation laws and declared marriage an inherent right.
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Moonlight

Dec 5 - 8 Rhinebeck

Mon

12/5

Tue

12/6

Wed

12/7

Thu

12/8

5:40
8:15
5:40
8:15
3:00
5:40
8:15
5:40
8:15
Ends Thurs

An impeccably crafted story that resonates well beyond the time spent in the theater, Moonlight centers on a young African-American boy who is searching for identity and safety while living under damaging conditions in Miami.
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Manchester by the Sea

Dec 9 - 15 Rhinebeck

Fri

12/9

Sat

12/10

Sun

12/11

Mon

12/12

Tue

12/13

Wed

12/14

Thu

12/15

2:15
5:15
8:10
2:15
5:15
8:10
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5:15
8:10
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A poignant, unexpectedly funny exploration of the power of familial love, community, sacrifice and hope written and directed by award-winning writer & director Kenneth Lonergan.
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Loving

Dec 9 - 15 Rhinebeck

Fri

12/9

Sat

12/10

Sun

12/11

Mon

12/12

Tue

12/13

Wed

12/14

Thur

12/15

5:20 5:20
8:15
3:45
8:15
8:15 8:15 2:30
5:20
5:20

This tender, graceful film from director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) tells the story of Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga), an interracial couple who were arrested in 1958 for the crime of getting married. Born and raised in the hills of Central Point, Virginia, the Lovings spent nine years fighting for the right to live as a family in their home state. Their commitment to each other ended up changing the country when it sparked the landmark 1967 Supreme Court ruling, Loving v. Virginia, that unanimously struck down all anti-miscegenation laws and declared marriage an inherent right.
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The Eagle Huntress

Dec 9 - 15 Rhinebeck

Fri

12/9

Sat

12/10

Sun

12/11

Mon

12/12

Tue

12/13

Wed

12/14

Thur

12/15

2:30 2:30 6:20 5:20 5:20 8:15 8:15

Rural Mongolia never looked so good as in in this true-life adventure tale of Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter, and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.
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The Anthropologist

Dec 9 Rhinebeck

Fri

12/9

8:15

In Person: Director Seth Kramer. Friday December 9 at 8:15pm in Rhinebeck. Tickets on sale now at the Rhinebeck box office. ($10 Adults / $8 Seniors and Students / $6 Members and kids under 16) 
From Siberia to the Andes, the South Pacific, and the Chesapeake Bay, anthropologist Susan Crate is fascinated by how societies are forced to negotiate the disruption of their ways of life as a result of climate change. By following her work, THE ANTHROPOLOGIST reveals the scale of the issue while giving it a variety of human faces.
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