Festival Schedule & Tickets

2017 Films

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Happy End

Drama

Once again, Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant play daughter and father in a darkly comic “sequel” to Amour. Of course, this being a Michael Haneke film, the title Happy End, is ironic. Trintingant plays the ...[more]

October 26

8:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Loveless

Drama

Andrey Zvyagintsev whose stunning Leviathan we screened three years ago, returns with another devastating look into the conflicted soul of Putin’s Russia. In Moscow, a middle-class couple are divorcing acrimoniously. They agree to sell their ...[more]

October 27

12:00pm

Crandell Theatre

The Rape of Recy Taylor

Documentary

This documentary uses interviews and clips from “race” films to recreate the horrific story of Recy Taylor, a 24-year-old mother who was abducted and raped 73 years ago in Abbeville, Alabama. Taylor was black and ...[more]

October 27

3:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death

Documentary

Helen Whitney’s elegant, moving, and surprisingly beautiful documentary on dying is, unexpectedly, not depressing. On the contrary, the film is endlessly fascinating thanks to her selection of subjects. They range from practitioners of cryonics to, ...[more]

October 27

5:00pm

Crandell Theatre

The Leisure Seeker

Drama

In their old RV, dubbed the “Leisure Seeker,” Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland escape from their doctors and the stifling anxiety of their overprotective grown children and take a road trip from Boston to the ...[more]

October 27

8:00pm

Crandell Theatre

The Florida Project

Drama

Set on a stretch of highway just outside of Disney World, The Florida Project follows six-year-old Moonee (Brooklynn Prince, in a stunning breakout turn) and her rebellious mother Halley (Bria Vinaite, another major discovery) over ...[more]

October 28

12:00pm

Crandell Theatre

In The Fade

Drama

Fatih Akin, who wowed FilmColumbia several years ago with his explosive Head-On, is back with this tense revenge thriller starring a volcanic Diane Kruger who won Cannes’ Best Actress Award this year and should – ...[more]

October 28

2:30pm

Crandell Theatre

Call Me By Your Name

Drama

A critical and audience favorite at the Sundance Film Festival this year, Call Me by Your Name, is the latest gem from the Italian filmmaker, Luca Guadagnino, known in the U.S. for I am Love ...[more]

October 28

5:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Sneak Preview

Event

A wonderfully resonant debut film with great early reviews and an Oscar-worthy lead performance that you won’t want to miss.

October 28

8:30pm

Crandell Theatre

The Other Side of Hope

Drama

This is the first film in six years from that master of the deadpan, Aki Kaurismäki. Its subject: migrants, illegal aliens, a mid-life crisis, and the world’s worst restaurant. Add to the mix Japanese tourists, ...[more]

October 29

12:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Faces Places

Documentary

Faces Places chronicles Agnès Varda’s road trip across France with a young photographer, JR, who drove the lively, 88-year-old filmmaker/artist/photographer in his van, painted to look like a camera on wheels. Eventually, they cross into ...[more]

October 29

2:00pm

Crandell Theatre

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Comedy, Drama

Oscar-winner (In Bruges) Martin McDonagh’s darkly comic rumination on murder, revenge, and yes, redemption. The plot pits Frances McDormand, a bereaved mother whose teenage daughter has been raped and killed, against Woody Harrelson, playing the ...[more]

October 29

4:30pm

Crandell Theatre

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