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Opens: December 11

United Kingdom | 2015 | 113 minutes | Justin Kurzel

SIFF Cinema Uptown
Micahael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard give mesmerizing performances in this stunning new production of Shakespeare’s classic. Shot on location in Scotland, Australian director Justin Kurzel’s epic update features all the drama, murderous ambition, and brutal action necessary to illustrate how Macbeth is the literary predecessor of “Game of Thrones”.

Out 1: Chapters 1 & 2

January 8 - 14, 2016

France | 1971 | 199 minutes | Jacques Rivette

We are introduced wayward young con artist Frédérique (Juliet Berto). A deaf-mute busker (Jean-Pierre Léaud) begins receiving cryptic letters with references to Balzac and Lewis Carroll. Theater rehearsals lead to primal warm-up exercises and unsettling turns.

Out 1: Chapters 3 & 4

January 8 - 14, 2016

France | 1971 | 215 minutes | Jacques Rivette

Tensions flare at rehearsals. The mystery of the busker's enigmatic notes deepens. Frédérique is inadvertently drawn into the conspiracy. Cops and robbers, chess, and con games abound as the various strands of the story begin to intersect.

Out 1: Chapters 5 & 6

January 8 - 14, 2016

France | 1971 | 190 minutes | Jacques Rivette

Frédérique learns that blackmail doesn't pay. The busker falls in love with Pauline (Bulle Ogier). One theatre production is fleeced out of money. Maps, symbols, codes, card games, and double meanings: the intrigue starts to accelerate.

Out 1: Chapters 7 & 8

January 8 - 14, 2016

France | 1971 | 190 minutes | Jacques Rivette

Cracks in the conspiracy begin to appear. Things really start to get trippy. And then the narrative implodes...

Out 1: Marathon

January 14

France | 1971 | 775 minutes | Jacques Rivette

SIFF Cinema Uptown | On the Giant Screen
It's the ultimate binge watch experience: the full 12-hour-55-minute original version of OUT 1 on the giant screen, with intermissions every two chapters, and an expanded concessions stand selection to keep you sated. A truly unique experience that many film-lovers have only dreamed of...until now.