Next SHOW: Sunday, October 30, 2016

26 10 2016


CLASH OF THE TITANS (1981, 118 minutes, Rated PG)
4:00 PM at the Michael D. Palm Theatre for the Performing Arts
“A grand and glorious romantic adventure, filled with grave heroes, beautiful heroines, fearsome monsters, and awe-inspiring duels to the death.  It is a lot of fun…It has faith in a story-telling tradition that sometimes seems almost forgotten, a tradition depending upon legends and myths, magical swords, enchanted shields, invisibility helmets, and the overwhelming power of a kiss.” – Roger Ebert
Director Desmond Davis’ film adaptation of the myth of Perseus (Harry Hamlin) and his quest to save the Princess Andromeda (Judi Bowker) with help from Zeus (Laurence Olivier), the last of the winged-horses, Pegasus, and a lovable golden owl called Bubo.  Along the way, he must face perilous dangers including Medusa, the Kraken monster, the hideously ugly Calibos, a deadly two-headed dog, giant scorpions and more.

SHOW: Monday, November 7, 2016

25 10 2016

TFF Cinematheque


• AMADEUS (1984, 160 minutes, Rated R), dir. Milos Forman

Winner of eight Oscars including Best Picture (Saul Zaentz), Best Actor (F. Murray Abraham) and Best Director (Milos Forman), AMADEUS is a semi-biopic tribute to the great composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. And his stunning music is the backbone of this cinematic treasure, set in Vienna Austria during the latter half of the 18th century. Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four stars and it made his list of “Great Movies.”

All screenings take place in the Wilkinson Public Library Program Room. 6pm – first Monday of the month. Snacks included, FREE TO ALL.

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SHOW: Thursday, November 17, 2016

24 10 2016


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london_roadLondon Road (2015)

Directed by Rufus Norris

Thursday, November 17, 2016

One SHOW only, 6:15PM at the Nugget Theater

Tickets $10

“An arresting true-crime musical.” – Los Angeles Times

The cinematic adaptation of Alecky Blythe and Adam Cork’s musical by the same name, also directed by Rufus Norris at the National Theatre in 2011 to wide critical acclaim. Using an unlikely modality (through song), the film exposes the details surrounding the 2006 murders of five women in Ipswich, Suffolk by serial killer Steve Wright. The killing spree drew international attention and Wright was eventually convicted of all five murders.

“Original, audacious, funny and perceptive…’London Road’ snags your attention from the get-go in the manner of any razor-edge experiment: By making you wonder, what on earth? As soon as that question is answered, however, you’re hooked, and this unconventional examination of the ripple effect of real-life killings on a quiet English town has worked its curious magic.” –The New York Times

“A brilliant piece of work.”– Seattle Times

91 minutes • No Nugget Passes, please.