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Lean on Pete

Lean on Pete

Andrew Haigh (Weekend, 45 Years) directs Steve Buscemi, Chloë Sevigny, and newcomer Charlie Plummer in this story about a 15-year-old who hooks up with a pair of itinerant horse trainers and develops a powerful bond with a racehorse on its last legs.
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How to Fold a Flag

How to Fold a Flag

Sunday May 6th at 11am, join the Engage Film Series for a benefit screening of How to Fold a Flag, followed by a panel discussion on current U.S. military actions and their costs to the American public (read the article that inspired this event here). Proceeds will benefit the Costs of War Project (suggested donation $10).

Panelists include: Filmmakers Michael Tucker & Petra Epperlein (How to Fold a Flag, Gunner Palace, Karl Marx City); Stephanie Savell, Project Director at Brown University’s Costs of War Project; Dan Gettinger, co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone; Christopher McIntosh, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Studies at Bard College; and Derek McGee, Marine veteran who served two tours in Iraq, and author of An Iraq Vet’s Journey from Wall Street to OWS (read here).
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RBG

RBG

At the age of 84, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon – racking up victories for gender equality since the early 1970s and writing brilliant dissenting opinions on important issues.
IN PERSON:Sunday May 20 matinee (Time TBD) Julie Cohen, co-dir of RBG
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The Rider

The Rider

Young Brady Jandreau, a real rodeo horseman, plays a fictionalized version of himself in this powerful, confident drama that breathes fresh prairie air as it creates an authentic and moving portrait of life on South Dakota’s Sioux community. (more…)

Foxtrot

Foxtrot

In the new film from award-winning filmmaker Samuel Maoz (Lebanon), the reported military death of an upper-class Israeli couple’s son sparks a series of tragicomically absurd events.
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