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David Bowie is

September 23

United Kingdom | 2014 | 100 Minutes | Hamish Hamilton

This one-time-only theatrical event captures the closing night of the most successful exhibition in the history of London's Victoria & Albert Museum–a stunning retrospective of the extraordinary life and career of pop music legend David Bowie.

Get On Up

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USA | 2014 | 128 Minutes | Tate Taylor

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.

A Hard Day's Night

July 18 - 31, 2014

Great Britain | 1964 | 87 Minutes | Richard Lester

Encore screenings: 50th Anniversary 4K restoration! One of the most deliriously entertaining movies of all time, The Beatles' classic reinvention of the movie musical returns to the big screen in a stunning new restoration with new surround sound mix.

Living is Easy With Eyes Closed

August 8 - 14, 2014

Spain | 2013 | 108 minutes | David Trueba

Toping this year's Spanish Goya Awards, this inspiring and heart-felt story takes place in 1966, when an English teacher and Beatles fanatic heads out on a road trip with two young misfits when he discovers that John Lennon is filming a movie in Spain.

Song of the New Earth

August 29 - September 4, 2014

USA | 2014 | 89 minutes | Ward Serrill

Seattle filmmaker Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game) follows Tom Kenyon, a scientist, shaman, and singer (with a four-octave vocal range) with a dazzlingly unique mission–to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through sound.

Stop Making Sense

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USA | 1984 | 88 Minutes | Jonathan Demme

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.