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- Farhadi, Asghar
- Fiennes, Ralph
- Geller, Dan
- Goldfine, Danya
- Gondry, Michel
- Guiraudie, Alain
- Harron, Mary
- Katz, E.L.
- Khaja, Nagieb
- McKay, Adam
- Meillier, Alex
- Panh, Rithy
- Reinert, Al
- Reiniger, Lotte
- Robbins, Richard
- Robson, Mark
- Rourke, Josie
- Schlesinger, Jillian
- Smith, Harry Everett
- Smith, Lydia
- Stafford, Nick
- Towey, Chris
- Troche, Rose
- Tullmann, Shaun Kadlec and Deb
- Vertov, Dziga
- Villeneuve, Denis
- Warshawski, Leah
- Wiese, Marc
March 9USA | 2013 | 101 Minutes | Richard Robbins
With tasty cupcakes! – Mar 9
With free mini cupcakes! This unique and inspiring film tells the stories of nine unforgettable girls from around the world, profiling the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world.
April 18USA | 1994 | 83 Minutes | Rose Troche
Actress, screenwriter, and queer film icon Guinevere Turner joins for a special screening of the seminal 1994 lesbian romance film Go Fish, which she co-wrote and co-produced with her then-girlfriend, Rose Troche.
Opens: March 28USA | 2014 | 99 Minutes | Wes Anderson
The latest cinematic treat from director Wes Anderson, which opened the Berlin Film Festival to rave reviews, is a delightful and daper comedy that follows the exploits of Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), the beloved concierge at the famous Grand Budapest Hotel, and lobby boy Zero Moustafa, his most trusted companion.
March 18USA | 1962 | 66 Minutes | Harry Everett Smith
With Live Score by Lori Goldston and Multi-Projector performance by Dennis Nyback – Mar 18
Experimental animator Harry Smith's expanded cinema masterpiece Heaven and Earth Magic–the story of a woman, a toothache, and a watermelon–returns to the screen in a unique multi-projector performance with live musical accompaniment.
March 8, 2014
When a comedy duo's Hitler-Stalin cabaret act fails to entertain the rising Nazis, one escapes to Moscow, unwittingly becoming the real Stalin's astrologer in this madcap caper full of chutzpah.
March 28 - 30, 2014
This travelling film festival features stories about human rights issues in Afghanistan, Africa, Indonesia, North Kroea, and right here in the United States. The Human Rights Watch Film Festival bears witness to human rights violations and creates a forum for courageous individuals on both sides of the lens to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference.
March 8, 2014
To save his house, 12-year-old Jonathan hatches a scheme to rob a bank with his grandfather and two elderly men.
March 14 - 20, 2014USA | 2013 | 86 Minutes | Patrick Creadon
This captivating documentary looks at an innovative year-long design and build project in rural North Carolina that works with local high school students to transform both their community and their lives.
Saturday 7:15 show features guests from "Think It. Make It. Build It.", an ARCADE workshop inspired by Project H.
March 17United Kingdom | 2014 | 111 Minutes | Ralph Fiennes
Director and star Ralph Fiennes present this true story of the most famous writer of his day, novelist Charles Dickens, and his secret 13-year-long affair with younger actress Nelly Ternan (Felicity Jones, Like Crazy).
March 23France | 2013 | 88 Minutes | Michel Gondry
With free biscuits from Honest Biscuits. Director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) presents this unique animated documentary on the life of controversial MIT professor, philosopher, linguist, anti-war activist and political firebrand Noam Chomsky.