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Coming to Rhinebeck Mar 31 – Apr 6

The Zookeeper’s Wife

Niki (WHALE RIDER) Caro’s latest film, based on Diane Ackerman’s best-selling non-fiction book, is the real-life story of a wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during World War II.
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A sumptuous puzzle of a movie, Neruda takes a turbulent period in the life of the Chilean poet and turns it into a wild fable about a famous man on the run and the imaginary cop who’s pursuing him.
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ENGAGE Film Series Presents: I Am Not Your Negro

Join us Saturday April 1st at 10am for a free benefit screening (suggested donation $10), followed by a panel discussion anchored by Black Lives Matter, Hudson Valley, Showing Up for Racial Justice Ulster County, and the Million Hoodies Project of Bard College. This screening is presented by the ENGAGE Film Series (read more on the series below) and proceeds will benefit Black Lives Matter, Hudson Valley. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” – James Baldwin.
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This winter, George Orwell’s 1984 once again made the best sellers list, 68 years after its initial publication. On April 4th, movie theaters across the country — including Upstate Films — will be participating in a NATIONAL EVENT DAY screening of the ‘80s adaptation, starring John Hurt. On April 9th, Upstate will also partner with Oblong Books to present the film followed by a book group discussion. Both screenings will include a recorded introduction and post-screening discussion with director Michael Radford. 
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