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Burning Bush | Jul 25-31

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Stop Making Sense | Aug 1-7

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A Summer's Tale | Aug 1-6

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre | Aug 1-3 | 4K Restoration

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Locke | Aug 4

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Troll 2 | Aug 6

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Living is Easy With Eyes Closed | Aug 8-14

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Chinese Puzzle | Aug 11

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Snowpiercer

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An international cast comes together for director Bong Joon-ho's (The Host) stunning dystopian thriller about humanity's few survivors, who are trapped aboard a high-speed supertrain where the divide between the rich and poor is becoming ever more volatile.

Get On Up

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From the director of The Help and the star of 42, Chadwick Boseman, comes the incredible story behind the music, moves, and moods of a superstar performer: the Godfather of Soul himself, James Brown.

Stop Making Sense

August 1 - 7, 2014

30th Anniversary reissue! The Talking Heads' essential concert film, directed by Jonathan Demme, returns in a special 30th Anniversary re-release. From David Byrne announcing "I’ve got a tape I want to play" before launching into a cassette-and-acoustic-guitar version of "Psycho Killer," to the triumphant, gospel-tinged finale of "Take Me To The River," you won’t want to miss a beat.

A Summer's Tale

August 1 - 6, 2014

A lost classic, this 1996 film from French New Wave master Eric Rohmer, the third in his four seasons cycle, has never before been released in the U.S. Set in a seaside resort, this tale of youthful indiscretion and romance is "a reminder of how moving and funny Rohmer’s comedies of manners could be." (Seattle Times)

Burning Bush

July 25 - 31, 2014

Exclusive Engagement! This riveting thriller from Agnieszka Holland (Europa Europa) examines the fallout from Prague student Jan Palach’s 1969 self-immolation in protest of the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. Winner of seven Czech Lion awards including Best Film, this epic production demands to be seen on the big screen, and is screened in it's original version as three 80 minute chapters with intermission.