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GLORIA BELL

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Julianne Moore is GLORIA, a free-spirited divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity, and family.

Julianne Moore shoots and scores – as well as laughs, cries, smokes, drinks, flies and sings – in the quirky Gloria Bell, which minds a fine line between in-depth character study and offbeat romantic comedy.
USA Today

The Mustang

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Produced by Robert Redford, MUSTANG tells the story of Roman Coleman (Matthias Schoenaerts), a violent convict in a Nevada prison, who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training of wild mustangs. Spotted by a no-nonsense veteran trainer (Bruce Dern) and helped by an outgoing fellow inmate and trick rider (Jason Mitchell), Roman finds his own humanity in taming an especially unbreakable mustang.

“The Mustang” is a powerful and emotional journey framed by gorgeous sun-soaked shots of the stark Nevada landscape.
Associated Press

RED JOAN

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In a picturesque village in England, Joan Stanley (Academy Award (R) winner Dame Judi Dench), lives in contented retirement. Then suddenly her tranquil existence is shattered as she's shockingly arrested by MI5. Joan has been hiding an incredible past; she is one of the most influential spies in living history... flash back to Cambridge University in the 1930s, and the young Joan (Sophie Cookson), a demure physics student, falls intensely in love with a seductively attractive Russian saboteur, Leo. Post-war and now working at a top secret nuclear research facility, Joan is confronted with the impossible: Would you betray your country and your loved ones, if it meant saving them? Inspired by an extraordinary true story, Red Joan is the discovery of one woman's sacrifice in the face of incredible circumstances. A woman to whom we perhaps all owe our freedom.

While Joan’s early years are absolutely fascinating, it is the refreshing concept of Dench’s elderly communist agent that gives this drama its real bite and edge.
Mark AdamsDaily Mirror (UK)

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The Public

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After learning that emergency shelters are at full capacity when a brutal Midwestern cold front makes its way to Cincinnati, Ohio, a large group of homeless library patrons led by Jackson (Michael Kenneth Williams) refuse to leave the downtown public library at closing time. What begins as a nonviolent Occupy sit-in and ragtag act of civil disobedience quickly escalates into a standoff with local riot police, led by a no-nonsense crisis negotiator (Alec Baldwin) and a savvy district attorney (Christian Slater) with lofty political ambitions, all as two librarians (Emilio Estevez and Jena Malone) are caught up in the middle of it.

Writer-director-star Emilio Estevez turns a library occupied by homeless citizens into ground zero for our under-fire democracy. Bravo!
Peter TraversRolling Stone

Amazing Grace

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Sydney Pollack filmed Aretha Franklin while she was recording the most successful gospel album of all time, “Amazing Grace,” but the singer would never allow the film to be shown while she was alive. Pollack died in 2008, Franklin last year. But, as Ann Hornaday of the Washington Post says, “thanks to former Atlantic producer Alan Elliott’s tenacity, and the gifts of digital technology, “Amazing Grace” may now be seen in all its aesthetic, spiritual and historical glory…nothing short of a miracle.” No interviews, no distractions, the film is just Aretha Franklin, in concert, with the choir and congregants of the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

You get both the most lovely gaze a professional camera’s ever laid upon Aretha Franklin and some of the mightiest singing she’s ever laid on you. The woman practically eulogizes herself. Don’t bother with tissues. Bring a towel.
Wesley MorrisThe New York Times

Exhibition on Screen: The Artist’s Garden

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“The Artist’s Garden” tells the intertwining stories of American Impressionism and The Garden Movement which flourished in America between 1887-1920.

The film follows a sell-out exhibition on its journey from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts to the “home” of the movement - Florence Griswold’s colony at Old Lyme, CT., and on to Appledore Island where Impressionist Childe Hassam spent decades painting in Celia Thaxter’s famed gardens. The film offers a unique opportunity to get up-close views of art by American Impressionsts Willard Metcalf, Mary Cassatt, Theodore Robinson, John Singer Sargent and Childe Hassam, among others, and to understand the unique cultural moment in which they were produced.

RED JOAN

R01 hours 50 minutesCC
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In a picturesque village in England, Joan Stanley (Academy Award (R) winner Dame Judi Dench), lives in contented retirement. Then suddenly her tranquil existence is shattered as she's shockingly arrested by MI5. Joan has been hiding an incredible past; she is one of the most influential spies in living history... flash back to Cambridge University in the 1930s, and the young Joan (Sophie Cookson), a demure physics student, falls intensely in love with a seductively attractive Russian saboteur, Leo. Post-war and now working at a top secret nuclear research facility, Joan is confronted with the impossible: Would you betray your country and your loved ones, if it meant saving them? Inspired by an extraordinary true story, Red Joan is the discovery of one woman's sacrifice in the face of incredible circumstances. A woman to whom we perhaps all owe our freedom.

“…much to admire: The solid acting, Lindsay Shapero’s deft screen adaptation, Zac Nicholson’s evocative cinematography, accompanied by George Fenton’s original score.
Lucy PopescueCinevue

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