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No Film Tonight.

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SummerFilm: Winter in Wartime

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SummerFilm: It's About Time! Series 12 Monkeys

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7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • R • 131min • 1995 A Terry Gilliam film starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt. In a future world, a convict is sent back in time to gather information about the man-made virus that wiped out the human population.

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SummerFilm: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 90min • 2011 Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me) dissects the world of advertising and marketing by using his personal integrity as currency to sell out to the highest bidder. 7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 90min • 2011

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SummerFilm: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 90min • 2011

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SummerFilm: Certified Copy

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • NR • 106min • 2011 • Subtitled In Tuscany to promote his book, a middle-aged British writer meets a French woman who leads him to the village of Lucignano. Starring Juliette Binoche. No Film Tonight.

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SummerFilm: It's About Time! Series The Terminator

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • R • 108min • 1984 A James Cameron film. A human-looking cyborg is sent from the future to kill Sarah Connor; Kyle Reese is sent to stop it. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton star.

SummerFilm: Meek's Cutoff

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG • 104 min • 2011 1845, the earliest days of the Oregon Trail – a wagon train of three families has hired mountain man Stephen Meek to guide them over the Cascade Mountains.

SummerFilm: Meek's Cutoff

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG • 104 min • 2011

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Met HD Encore: Tosca

4pm @ Music Hall Loft Karita Mattila lives for art and love as the passionate title character of Puccini’s opera.

SummerFilm: Meek's Cutoff

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG • 104 min • 2011

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SummerFilm: La Quattro Volte

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • NR • 88min • 2011 • Subtitled Michelangelo Frammartino’s wondrous docu-essay traces the cycle of life through the daily rituals in the southern Italian region of Calabria. No Film Tonight.

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SummerFilm: La Quattro Volte

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft NR • 88min • 2011 • Subtitled

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Intimately Yours: Mary Chapin Carpenter

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • Tickets: $56; $46 Five time Grammy Award winner with her new band, new sound, and new CD, The Age of Miracles.

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SummerFilm: Tree of Life

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SummerFilm: Tree of Life

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Miss Richfield 1981: 30 Years on the Throne

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No Film Tonight.

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7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 138min • 2011 Terrence Malick’s hotly-debated work starring Sean Penn and Brad Pitt. Winner of Cannes' Palme d’Or. A portrait of a 50’s Midwestern family and a contemplation of human existence.

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 138min • 2011

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SummerFilm: Tree of Life

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 138min • 2011

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7pm @ Music Hall Loft • Tickets: $35 This original one-man drag show features edgy improv and an athletic approach to physical comedy. Hysterical!

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Intimately Yours: Buddy Guy

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • Tickets: $54; $48 The six-time Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee pioneered the Chicago Blues Sound.

SummerFilm: The First Grader

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • PG13 • 120min • 2011 The true story of an 84-year-old Kenyan freedom fighter who fights for his right to go to school for the first time to get the education he could never afford.

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • NR • 106 min • 2011

Historical Tour: 5:30pm @ The Historic Theater

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7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • R • 116min • 2000 A man, suffering from short-term memory loss, uses notes and tattoos to hunt for the man he thinks killed his wife.

SummerFilm: Certified Copy

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SummerFilm: It's About Time! Series Memento

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • R • 103min • 2011 • Subtitled Near the end of WWII, 14-year-old Michiel becomes involved with the Resistance after coming to the aid of a wounded British soldier.

SummerFilm: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

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Historical Tour: 5:30pm @ The Historic Theater SummerFilm: It's About Time! Series Primer

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • PG13 • 80 min • 2004 Four men have accidentally invented a time machine. A low budget film with high philosophical and entertainment return.

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SummerFilm: Midnight in Paris

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SummerFilm: Midnight in Paris

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7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 100min • 2011 Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Kathy Bates star in Woody Allen’s latest—a romantic comedy about a family traveling to the French capital for business. 7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 100min • 2011

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SummerFilm: Midnight in Paris

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • PG13 • 100min • 2011

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SummerFilm: The Robber

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • NR • 90 min • 2011 • Subtitled The true story of Johann Rettenberger, a champion marathoner who lead a double life as a bank robber, sprinting between crimes as many as three times a day.

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Intimately Yours: An Evening with Richard Thompson

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SummerFilm: The Robber

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SummerFilm: It's About Time! Series Back to the Future

Monday

7:30pm @ Historic Theater • Tickets: $42; $30 British musical hero, folk revolutionary, one of the world’s greatest guitarists.

7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • NR • 90 min • 2011 • Subtitled

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7:30pm @ Music Hall Loft • PG • 116min • 1985 With the help of a wacky scientist, a teen travels back to 1955 in a Delorean-turned-time-machine.

Show & Tell Discussion follows the film SummerFilm 2011 Sponsors: HarbourLight Strategic Marketing; PortsmouthNH.com; WSCA 106.1 FM Portsmouth Community Radio; The Wire • 8/13 Met @ The Music Hall Encore: Tosca Series Sponsors: NH Public Television; The Senior Times 8/17 Intimately Yours: Mary Chapin Carpenter Series Sponsors: 92.5 The River; Jumpin' Jay's Fish Café Evening Sponsor: Barbara Henry, Hampton, NH; Clear Eye Photo • 8/23 Intimately Yours: Buddy Guy Series Sponsors: 92.5 The River; 106 Kitchen & Bar Evening Sponsors: Clear Eye Photo; Hometown Oil; Mad*Pow; Oak Point Associates; Troiano Wealth Advisory of Stifel Nicolaus; Sheds USA 8/29 Intimately Yours: Richard Thompson Series Sponsors: 92.5 The River; The Red Door Evening Sponsors: Clear Eye Photo; Optima Bank & Trust


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Chicago Blues Legend and inspiration for Hendrix and Clapton! “riveting” – New York Times

Don’t miss these hot August concerts Mary Chapin Carpenter with her full band (8/17); the newly knighted Richard Thompson (8/29)!

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Got the show tickets? Check! Dinner reservations? Check! Now you’re ready for a fabulous summer evening in “New England’s most appealing city” (Miami Herald)! Leave the car in the lot, stroll through our historic town, head to show sponsor Jumpin' Jay's for some haddock piccata then head to the Historic Theater for the latest visit by the five-time Grammy Award winner, Mary Chapin Carpenter. With her new band, her new sound, and her new CD (The Age of Miracles), Carpenter has been recognized for “a keen eye for detail, a strong sense of melody, and an aching honey-dipped alto” (Pop Matters). See you Wednesday August 17!

SummerFilm 2011

The best from independent and foreign cinema to the latest from Hollywood, featuring “It’s About Time!” as our Wednesday series theme (think Back to the Future!). For more information, see our SummerFilm brochure or visit TheMusicHall.org.

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