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MARCH & APRIL 2014

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MARCH 15 (SATURDAY): 10:15pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $7 GUTTER PUNK MASSACRE Local trash horror guru Charles Vick Duncan (Nazi Apocalypse, Bath Salts the Musical) unleashes yet another ABQ B movie horror/comedy classic onto the masses featuring a plethora of local bands and locals battling for their lives. [Dir. Charles Vick Duncan - 2013 - 70m approx.] LEFT FOR DEAD Four of the toughest girls from the streets of New Mexico take on the hit-men that killed their little sister in this offbeat modern throwback to exploitation and revenge films. [Dir. Mikel-Jon west - 2013 - 70m approx.]

ALAN PARTRIDGE ALPHA PAPA

APRIL 10–13 (THURSDAY–SUNDAY): 4:00, 6:00 and 8:00pm A-ha! Steve Coogan’s character Alan Partridge first appeared twenty years ago. Since then, this conceited, petty comic creation has had many ups and downs. Currently, he’s a radio DJ at the center of a siege, as a disgruntled coworker decides to hold the station hostage. Will he have another breakdown? Kill another guest live? Prepare to laugh at his self-serving antics! [Dir. Declan Lowney - 2013 - 90m - UK]

BIG MEN

MARCH 22 (SATURDAY): 1:00pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $7 An eyewitness tour through rooms you have no business entering! You’ll eavesdrop on meetings about oil deals worth billions of dollars and watch heavily armed militants preparing to strike. It’s a fast-paced tour through the high-powered world of African oil deals; people trying to profit in any way possible. It’s every company, government and man for himself and everyone wants to be BIG. [Dir. Rachel Boynton - 2014 - 99m]

CHEAP THRILLS

ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS APRIL 4–5 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:45pm ONLY! $6 STU. / $8 GEN. DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF STRANGER FACTORY A provocative, hilariously engaging bit of cinematic misanthropy involving a luckless & jobless family man playing a drinking game of dares with an obscenely rich stranger and his mysterious wife! [Dir. E.L. Katz - 2014 - 85m]

THE DEMON’S ROOK

A DARK MATTERS PRESENTATION MARCH 12–13 (WEDNESDAY–THURSDAY): 4:00 and 10:30pm A gem of DIY horror! A boy named Roscoe is visited by Dimwos, reclusive wizard monk from an ancient race of demons, and lured into another dimension. Roscoe becomes Dimwos’ pupil, until a falling out unwittingly unleashes three malevolent demons. Roscoe must return to his own dimension and stop the demons from a course of destruction that is devastating a rural community. [Dir. James Sizemore - 2011 - 103m]

E–G EXPERIMENTS IN CINEMA V9.72

APRIL 14–16 (MONDAY–WEDNESDAY), APRIL 19–21 (SATURDAY–MONDAY) FOR MORE INFO: www.experimentsincinema.com Witness motion pictures like you’ve probably never seen before! This is one of our favorite annual festivals we host! Twenty-one countries will be represented in this worldwide celebration of unique, adventurous movie-making! The Guild Cinema will be one of several venues and this year will feature workshops by Antoni Pinent, Caryn Cline plus special guests from the ALTERNATIVE FILM/ VIDEO FESTIVAL (BELGRADE). For a full lineup visit http://www.experimentsincinema.com/2014-playlist !

FACE OF LOVE

MARCH 28–APRIL 4 (FRIDAY–FOLLOWING FRIDAY): 4:00 and 6:30pm SCREEN WRITER MATTHEW MCDUFFIE TO SPEAK AT THE MARCH 29 4:00pm SCREENING! A romantic and sexy VERTIGO style spin! Annette Bening plays a widow who stumbles across a dead ringer for her late husband (Ed Harris) and can’t help but pretend he is the man she’s loved her whole life. With unsettling psychology underpinning the story, Bening and Harris will captivate as the self-delusionist and the irresistible object of her fantasy. [Dir. Arie Posin - 2013 - 92m]

FEEDING FRENZY: The Food Industry, Marketing & The Creation of a Health Crisis

A MEDIA LITERACY PROJECT PRESENTATION APRIL 6 (SUNDAY): 4:30pm ONLY! ALL SEATS FREE BUT SEATING IS LIMITED. MEDIA CRITIC & SCHOLAR SUT JHALLY IN PERSON! This socially politically concerned documentary focuses squarely on the responsibility of the processed food industry and the outmoded government policies it benefits from. It lays bare how taxpayer subsidies designed to feed hungry Americans during the Great Depression have enabled the food industry to flood the market with a rising tide of cheap, addictive, high calorie food products, and offers an engrossing look at the tactics of the multibilliondollar marketing machine charged with making sure that every one of those surplus calories is consumed. [Dir. Kate Geis - 2013 - 60m ]

FINDING VIVIAN MAIER

G–L THE GREAT BEAUTY

MARCH 3–7 (MONDAY–FRIDAY): 2:00 and 7:30pm SPECIAL THANKS TO THE ITALIAN FESTIVALS OF NEW MEXICO

A wildly inventive take on the meaning of life! Journalist Jep Gambardella has charmed and seduced his way through Roman nightlife for decades following the success of his only novel. When his sixty-fifth birthday coincides with a shock from the past, Jep finds himself looking past the extravagant nightclubs and parties to find Rome’s absurd, exquisite beauty. [Dir. Paolo Sorrentino - 2014 - 142m - Italy - In Italian with English subtitles]

THE GREGG DAIGLE CD RELEASE & VIDEO PREMIERE

MARCH 23 (SUNDAY): 1:00pm SUGGESTED DONATION $5 TO $20 An officially launching of the band’s new CD Seize the Hay! There will be an acoustic set followed by the premiere of music videos created by New Mexico filmmaker Matti Greenman.

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MARCH 21–27 (FRIDAY–THURSDAY): 6:00pm ONLY NO MATINEES An original road-movie on the sea-ice that is both an authentic story of a Greenland torn between tradition and modernity, and a universal story about identity, transmission and rebirth. A troubled urban 16 year old is sent on an annual seal hunting trip with a polar bear hunter in the middle of the arctic sea ice. [Dir. Mike Magidson - 2013 - 90m - Greenland - Greenlandic & Danish w/ Eng.subtitles]

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MARCH 21–27 (FRIDAY–THURSDAY): 3:30 and 8:00pm The poignant true story about two very different men who build a unique and powerful bond through psychotherapy. Native American WWII vet Jimmy Picard (Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro) is labeled schizophrenic by baffled doctors, and French anthropologist Georges Devereux is called in by the hospital to investigate. Their increasingly vivid conversation develops into a compelling friendship as the explore Jimmy’s memories and dreams. [Dir. Arnaud Desplechin - 2014 - 114m]

JOURNEY TO THE WEST: CAPTURING THE DEMONS

APRIL 30–MAY 4 (WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY): 4:45 and 8:15pm This compelling, haunting film will answer the question‚ “Who was Vivian Maier?” Now considered one of the 20th century’s greatest street photographers, she was a mysterious nanny who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that went unseen during her lifetime. Maier’s strange and riveting life and art are revealed through never-beforeseen photographs, films, and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her. [Dir. John Maloof and Charlie Siske - 2013 - 84m]

ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS MARCH 7–8 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:30pm ONLY! $6 STU. / $8 GEN.

GASLAND 2

KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM

DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF STRANGER FACTORY & BUBONICON 46

One of the undisputed Chinese masters of comedy, Stephen Chow (Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle) returns with an action-packed love story about competing demon hunters vying for the same conquests. [Dir. Stephen Chow - 2014 - 110m - China - In Mandarin w/Eng. subtitles ]

A R.evolution I.nfamous P.roductions PRESENTATION! MARCH 18 (TUESDAY): 7pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $6 Across the bloody chess board of Albuquerque, crime scene investigator Jason Salvo is the right hand man of his King, retired Detective Mason Daniel. Opening plays and mid game are long gone, and the opposing King still continues his murderous game. Not many pieces are standing and there can only be one King left in the end. [Dir. Mr. J. +Doc. H - 2013 - 108m]

A NEW MEXICO FOOD & WATER WATCH PRESENTATION! MARCH 2 (SUNDAY): 12 NOON FREE BUT SEATING IS LIMITED Are oil and gas industries “contaminating our democracy”? In this explosive follow-up to Gasland, filmmaker Josh Fox takes a deeper, broader look at the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking”, the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil. This is one of the most important environmental issues facing our nation today, contaminating water and air, hurting families, and endangering the earth’s climate. [Dir. Josh Fox - 2013 - 125m]

APRIL 27 (SUNDAY): 10:30pm ONLY! - $9 A NEW MEXICO ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE PRESENTATION Three best friends (Peter Dinklage, Steve Zahn and Ryan Kwanten) take to the woods to reenact a dungeons and dragons-like scenario fresh out of the mythical Middle Ages. Trouble arises after they unwittingly conjure up some serious evil in the form of a blood-lusting Succubus, from the pits of hell! Wizards, demons and assorted ghastly creatures abound! [Dir. Joe Lynch - 2013 - 85m]

ERNEST & CELESTINE

GIRL RISING

MARCH 3–7 (MONDAY–FRIDAY): 5:00pm ONLY! NO MATINEES In this moving character study, affluent architect Ryota and his wife, Midori, learn that their six-year-old son, Keita, was switched at the hospital and is not their biological child. Midori remains devoted to Keita, and Ryota begins to question his own values on fatherhood as he must choose between ‘nature’ and ‘nurture,’ a decision that will change their lives forever. [Dir. Hirokazu Koreeda - 2014 - 120m - Japan - In Japanese w/English Subtitles]

END GAME THEORY

APRIL 30–MAY 4 (WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY): 3:00 and 6:30pm (3:00pm SHOWS IN ENGLISH 6:30pm SHOWS IN FRENCH W/ ENGLISH SUBTITLES) A gorgeous watercolor painting brought to life and loaded with charm! The story is of an unlikely bond between dreamer Celestine, a mouse who lives underground, and troubadour Ernest, a bear who lives above ground. Their friendship challenges their bear-fearing and mice-eating communities, and their tale will put a smile on your face. [Dir. Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar and Stephan Aubier - 2012 - 80m - France - In English]

IN CELEBRATION OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2014! MARCH 8 (SATURDAY): 4:30 and 7:30pm CO-PRESENTED BY THE ABQ PEACE & JUSTICE CENTER, RESULTS AMINA & INTEL ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT OUR NEIGHBOR, SLICE PARLOR, STARTING MARCH 1

From Academy Award-nominated director Richard E. Robbins, this illuminating journey around the globe gives witness to the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world. Viewers get to know nine unforgettable girls living in the developing world: ordinary girls who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to pursue their dreams. [Dir. Richard E. Robbins - 2013 - 101m]

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MEDIA ECOLOGY WITH GERRY FIALKA PRAYERS OF THE ANCIENT ONES

MONDAY (APRIL 21): 6:00 and 8:00pm - $7 PER / $10 BOTH AS PART OF BASEMENT FILM’S EXPERIMENTS IN CINEMA V9.72 HOT DOCS AS SUBVERSIVE ART , 6:00pm

Filmmaker Gerry Fialka probes the hottest new documentary innovators, including Joshua Oppenheimer, Rodney Ascher, Lucy Walker, Penny Lane, Errol Morris, Werner Herzog, Barbara Kopple, Aron Ranen, Ondi Timoner, Alex Gibney and more. Why is there such a rise in documentary popularity? How and why are new documentaries generating and reinforcing mistrust in mainstream media? PORTRAIT OF THE POET AS EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKER, 8:00pm

Historian/Lit Critter Gerry Fialka’s interactive workshop examines the interconnections between film and poetry. These artforms expand our notions of reality both inner and outer. How is the interior dialogue (consciousness) the essence of the human condition?

MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS

APRIL 11–12 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:00pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $8 Hilarious, unusual and moving rock documentary on THE NATIONAL and its lead singer’s slack brother’s attempts to be the roadie and their documentarian! [Dir. Tom Berninger - 2014 - 92m]

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000

MARCH 28–29 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:45pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $8

A BUBONICON 46 PRESENTATION TO BENEFIT THE ABC LIBRARIES! DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF STRANGER FACTORY

From the cultish show on the Comedy Channel comes the movie that’s every bit as fun and funny as the original. Three wisecracking dudes (2 robots, 1 man) blasting off into B-movie banter to make us all laugh. Intergalactic silliness at its tops! [Dir. Jim Mallon - 1996 - 75m]

NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME 1

MARCH 28–APRIL 4 (FRIDAY–FOLLOWING FRIDAY): 8:25pm ONLY - NO MATINEES In Lars Von Trier’s third straight collaboration with Charlotte Gainsbourg, we are told the story of “Joe”, a self-diagnosed—you guessed it—nymphomaniac. In stunning flashback, details of Joe’s wild sexploits are given in graphic and explosive style. The movie’s tagline? “It’s not about love.” Stellan Skarsgaard is great and so is newcomer Stacy Martin, as the younger Joe. [Dir. Lars Von Trier - 2013 - 100m - Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK]

NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME 2

APRIL 25–29 (FRIDAY–TUESDAY): 5:00 and 7:45pm NO MATINEES Picking up where Volume 1 leaves off, we’re given the story of what happens when Joe grows into an adult with the same ‘condition’ she had in her youth. The consequences are dark and strange. Stacy Martin and Gainsbourg, in the words of one critic, “are the calm eyes in Von Trier’s storm.” A feast for just about every human appetite, this movie will not leave you hungry for more. [Dir. Lars Von Trier - 2013 - 130m - Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK]

PANDORA’S BOX

AN ALBUQUERQUE FILM CLUB EVENT APRIL 12 & 13 (SATURDAY–SUNDAY): 1:00pm ONLY $5 GEN. / $2 AFC MEMBERS Sensationally modern, this silent film follows the downward spiral of the fiery, brash, yet innocent showgirl, Lulu, whose sexual vivacity has a devastating effect on everyone she comes into contact with. Played by the seductive Louise Brooks, Lulu, conveys (silently) a gigantic range of emotion. G.W. Pabst, pioneering master of early German cinema delights and dazzles us with this stylish relic. [Dir. Georg Wilhelm Pabst - 2013 - 109m - Germany English intertitles]

PARTICLE FEVER

MARCH 14–17 (FRIDAY–MONDAY): 5:15pm ONLY NO MATINEES Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb. For the first time, a film gives audiences a front row seat to a scientific breakthrough as it happens. Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, when 10,000 scientists from over 100 countries joined forces in pursuit of a single goal: potentially explaining the origin of all matter. [Dir. Mark Levinson - 2014 - 99m]

A GUNA FOUNDATION PRESENTATION APRIL 19 (SATURDAY): 2:30pm ONLY! ALL SEATS $10 You don’t need to practice Buddhism to enjoy this filmic journey to Bodha Gaya, India, the holiest site of Buddhism, where the Buddha attained supreme enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. Each year, over 10,000 Tibetan monks, nuns and lay pilgrims travel here from all across the Himalayan region to pray for world peace and affirm their heritage in the face of overwhelming challenge and loss. [Dir. Pema Gellek - 2013 - 71m]

PUSSY RIOT: A PUNK PRAYER

IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S MONTH MARCH 19–20 (WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY): 4:30, 6:30 and 8:30pm ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT SELF SERVE TOYS STARTING MARCH 6

One day a group of young Russian feminists kicked out their punk rock jams in a Russian Church (!) - a veritable middle finger in the face of the Orthodox church leader and Vladmir Putin. They were arrested soon thereafter and this movie documents the whole thing. Gritty and inspiring. [Dir. Mike Lerner & Maxim Pozdorovkin - 2013 - 90m]

ROTGUT

ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS APRIL 18–19 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:30pm ONLY! $6 STU. / $8 GEN. DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF STRANGER FACTORY

This locally-produced horror-comedy, from the makers of Stiffed and I Heart U, centers in on a collection of drunks, losers and lost souls battling a growing horde of mutated, brain-eating maggot creatures. It appears some toxic booze got into the mix and Happy Hour is over! [Dir. Billy Garberina - 2014 - 95m]

SHE DONE HIM WRONG

AN ALBUQUERQUE FILM CLUB EVENT MARCH 8 & 9 (SATURDAY–SUNDAY): 1:00pm ONLY $5 GEN. / $2 AFC MEMBERS Mae West and Carey Grant star in this yummy comedy romance, set in 1890’s New York. West is a bawdy singer in the Bowery, and Carey Grant plays a do-gooder of a different ilk. When their paths collide, all hell breaks loose. Funny and touching, with plenty of great tunes! “Why don’t you come up some time and see me?” A classic not to miss. [Dir. Lowell Sherman - 1933 - 66m]

SHORT PEACE

ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS MARCH 21–22 (FRIDAY–SATURDAY): 10:30pm ONLY! $6 STU. / $8 GEN. DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF STRANGER FACTORY

Nine years following Steamboy and twenty-five years after Akira, Katsuhiro Otomo is back at the forefront of Japanese animation with Short Peace, a new omnibus film of four short stories depicting Japan’s unique culture, history and future.

SIGN PAINTERS

MARCH 15 & 16 (SATURDAY–SUNDAY): 1:00pm ONLY ALL SEATS $5 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 516 ARTS AND THEIR HEART OF THE CITY SHOW

It wasn’t so long ago we could walk down a busy street and see hand-painted signs everywhere—real art created by real people. But with the proliferation of computerdesigned, die-cut vinyl lettering and inkjet printers, we’ve ushered a creeping sameness into our landscape. Here’s a film that casts a critical eye on something most of us wouldn’t even notice. Documentary filmmaking at its finest! [Dir. Faythe Levine & Sam Macon - 2013 - 80m]

SILENT RUNNING

MARCH 9–11 (SUNDAY–TUESDAY): 4:15 and 8:30pm IN TRIBUTE TO MAVERICK ACTOR BRUCE DERN— DOUBLE FEATURED WITH SMILE 2001: A Space Odyssey, special effects maestro Douglas Trumbull made an auspicious directorial debut at age 29 with this environmentally themed science fiction classic. Plant life on our planet is extinct. Remaining specimens are cultivated in vast greenhouse-like domes orbiting in space. Bruce Dern stars as Freeman Lowell, dedicated botanist aboard the “Valley Forge”, awaiting the call to refoliate Earth - despite the scorn of his crewmates. [Dir. Douglas Trumbull - 1972 - 90m]

S–W SMILE

MARCH 9–11 (SUNDAY–TUESDAY): 6:15pm ONLY NO MATINEES IN TRIBUTE TO MAVERICK ACTOR BRUCE DERN— DOUBLE FEATURED WITH SILENT RUNNING A small-town beauty pageant, and the turmoil it causes in the lives of its participants and sponsors, is the focus of this dark and witty cult comedy from Michael Ritchie (The Bad News Bears, Fletch). Bruce Dern shines in a rare comic lead as the chief judge of the “Young American Miss” contest, and his ability to find humor and pathos in his sad-sack character [Dir. Michael Ritchie - 1975 - 113m]

SPACE SHOW

APRIL 26–27 (SATURDAY–SUNDAY): 12 NOON ALL SEATS $5 AN ANIMATED STUNNER COMES TO MOM’S MATINEE! A pair of bored cousins find an injured dog in the woods and bring him back to the cabin only to discover that he is not a dog at all, but Pochi, an alien botanist sent to Earth to track down a rare and powerful plant called Zughaan. Soon, Pochi has whisked the kids away to a space colony on the dark side of the moon, an interstellar melting pot where we experience a non-stop parade of humorous alien creatures, jellyfish spaceships and dragon trains! Plot twists ensue! [Dir. Koji Masunari - 2010 - 136m - Japan - In English]

TIME BANDITS

MOM’S MATINEE RETURNS WITH A BRILLIANT TERRY GILLIAM FLICK!

MARCH 29–30 (SATURDAY–SUNDAY): 12 NOON ALL SEATS $5 Young Kevin’s daydreams burst into astonishing and hilarious life when a band of time-traveling little men come crashing through his bedroom wardrobe and carry him off on an unbelievable crime spree, weaving through the greatest and strangest moments of history. [Dir. Terry Gilliam - 1981 - 111m]

TRANSTASTIC!

ABQ’S TRANSGENDER FILM FESTIVAL

A CLOSET CINEMA & TRANSGENDER RESOURCE CENTER PRESENTATION APRIL 5 (SATURDAY): SHOW TIMES T.B.A. Closet Cinema, producers of the annual The Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, has joined forces with the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico to bring you a full schedule of films celebrating thetransgender experience! For more info and show times visit swglff.com.

THE UNKNOWN KNOWN

APRIL 17, 18, 3:00, 5:30 and 8:00pm APRIL 19, 11:15am APRIL 20, 5:30 and 8:00pm APRIL 21, 3:00pm APRIL 22 & 23, 3:00, 5:30 and 8:00pm Simultaneously a fascinating and bewildering probe into former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, by noted documentarian Errol Morris. Using declassified memos, Morris guides Rumsfeld through a discussion of his controversial career as a high-level executive under four different Republican presidents. [Dir. Errol Morris - 2014 - 102m]

THE VISITOR (1979)

A DARK MATTERS CO-PRESENTATION MARCH 12–13 (WEDNESDAY–THURSDAY): 6:00 and 8:15pm In this unforgettable assault on reality—restored and presented uncut theatrically for the first time ever in the U.S.—legendary Hollywood director/actor John Huston stars as an intergalactic warrior who joins a cosmic Christ figure in battle against a demonic 8-year-old girl, and her pet hawk, while the fate of the universe hangs in the balance! [Dir. Giulio Paradisi a.k.a. Michael J. Paradise - 1979 100m]

WALKING THE CAMINO: SIX WAYS TO SANTIAGO

MARCH 14–17 (FRIDAY–MONDAY): 3:15 and 7:30pm DIRECTOR IN PERSON ON OPENING NIGHT! An up-close look at one of humanity’s most time-honored traditions. This film follows pilgrims from all walks of life as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves, heart-and-soul ablaze, into their physical trek to Santiago. [Dir. Lydia Smith - 2013 - 84m]


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Your First Shot Could Be Your Last

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Apr 18–19 Fri, Sat 10:30pm a GUNA FOUNDATION presentation

a lars von trier film featuring the presence of Donald Rumsfield

April 17–23 Thurs to Wednesday See inside for show times Oscar Nominated for BEST ANIMATION FEATURE

April 25–29 Friday to Tuesday 5:00 and 8:25pm

FINDING VIVIAN MAIER

One of the 20th Century’s great street photographers

Apr 30–May 4 Wed to Sun 3:00 and 6:30pm

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