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March 4–14
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Featuring Opening Selection ARRACHT (Ireland's Oscar® pick) and Closing Selection HERE ARE THE YOUNG MEN, plus six filmmaker Q&As, three U.S. premieres, Cartoon Saloon's Irish Folklore Trilogy, shorts programs, musical events and more!
Through the eyes of three stray dogs wandering Istanbul, Elizabeth Lo's captivating documentary explores what it means to live as a being without status or security. As they search for food and shelter, the dogs embark on inconspicuous journeys through Turkish society that reveal an unvarnished portrait of human life — and canine culture. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.
Two women embark on an extramarital affair in Julius Ševčík's historical drama, based on "The Glass Room" by Simon Mawer. Newlyweds Viktor (Claes Bang) and Liesel (Hanna Alström) are filled with optimism and happiness in their modern home. But soon, temptations (and Liesel's sensual friend Hana, played by Carice van Houten) bring out their darkest desires. Courtesy of Vertical Entertainment.
The latest deranged delight by French absurdist Quentin Dupieux (DEERSKIN, RUBBER) is a breakneck-paced cop comedy that kicks off with the discovery of a dead body. Bloody, demented hijinks ensue, and before long, we're in Buñuel territory. Dupieux's whip-smart script disregards audience expectations, the fourth wall and the laws of time and space. Courtesy of Dekanalog.
During the 2011 tsunami, Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant is engulfed, causing a station blackout. Unable to be cooled, the nuclear reactors become hydrogen bombs on the brink of explosion. As the world holds its breath, the 50 brave workers on site fight to stave off disaster. Ken Watanabe and Kôichi Satô star in Setsurô Wakamatsu's tense thriller. Courtesy of MPI Media Group.
Herb Stratford's documentary chronicles the rise, fall and resurrection of the father of the American Arts and Crafts movement. The film takes an unprecedented look at Stickley's life and works, as told through interviews with collaborators, archival materials and a close examination of his most iconic furniture and design projects. Courtesy of First Run Features.
Set in Casablanca, Maryam Touzani's poignant drama is a profound depiction of female solidarity in the face of oppressive societies. Abla is a baker living alone with her young daughter. When a pregnant stranger comes knocking, Abla initially refuses to help her. Gradually, she softens, and the newcomer's arrival offers them all the prospect of a new life. Courtesy of Strand Releasing.
March 11, 8:00 p.m.; pay what you can!
Musical accompaniment by Ben Model
The Little Tramp dazzles in two-reel comedies THE PAWNSHOP, THE CURE and THE ADVENTURER, made during his tenure with the Mutual Film Corporation, where he had complete creative control as writer, director, producer and star.
Custom, commemorative seat plaques are available in the historic Silver I theater. Have a personalized message or name engraved on the seat of your choice!

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