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Gather - available soon for our safe at-home virtual cinema viewing that'll partially support us !

Nov 1
Sunday 5pm only!

Dir. Sanjay Rawal - 2020 - 74m

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NOTE SPECIFIC DATE & SHOWTIME OF SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1 AT 5pm ONLY!

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The fight to revitalize our native foodways!

An intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty, while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide.

"Rawal covers a substantial amount of ground and deftly balances the dense material without losing sight of the mission driving the bigger story: Healing from generational trauma sometimes starts with just one person." - 

Lovia Gyarkye, New York Times

"Docu on food sovereignty has positive messages, role models." - Brian Costello, Common Sense Media

"The stunning cinematography accentuates every aspect of the story, the beauty of our land, and the need to understand the gifts we have all been given to live a life of truth about our pasts and create a new path for the future." - Pamela Powell, Reel Honest Reviews

"Rawal's movie offers a fascinating, visually striking glimpse of just how the seeds of oppression and racism can thrive for generations." -  Rector, Film Threat

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City Hall - available soon for our safe at-home virtual cinema viewing that'll partially support us too !

Nov 6 to Nov 30

Dir. Frederick Wiseman - 2020 - 272m

LEGENDARY ICONIC DOCUMENTARIAN FREDERICK WISEMAN'S NEWEST!

ONLINE AT-HOME VIEWING LINK AVAILABLE SOON WITH PART OF THE SCREENING FEE GOING TO HELP US ALONG DURING OUR TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF PUBLIC SCREENINGS IN OUR THEATER! 

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN THE TIMES WE'RE IN TO SUPPORT BOTH YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT CINEMA AS WELL AS GREAT INDEPENDENT FILMMAKING!

City government touches almost every aspect of our lives. Most of us are unaware of or take for granted these necessary services such as police, fire, sanitation, veterans affairs, elder support, parks, licensing of various professional activities, recordkeeping of birth, marriage and death as well as hundreds of other activities that support Boston residents and visitors. CITY HALL, by Frederick Wiseman, shows the efforts by Boston city government to provide these services. The film also illustrates the variety of ways the city administration enters into civil discourse with the citizens of Boston. Mayor Walsh and his administration are presented addressing a number of their policy priorities which include racial justice, affordable housing, climate action, and homelessness. CITY HALL shows a city government successfully offering a wide variety of services to a diverse population.

"Provides a powerful and precise account of what democracy looks like." - A.O. Scott, New York Times

"City Hall proves a celebration of the power of storytelling to unite-and, also, a masterful example of it." - Nick Schager, Daily Beast

"10/10! Might actually be Wiseman's career best" - Andrew Parker, The Gate

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Blindfire - available soon for our safe at-home virtual cinema viewing that'll partially support us too !

Nov 13 to Nov 30

Dir. Mike Nell - 2020 - 83m

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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN THE TIMES WE'RE IN TO SUPPORT BOTH YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT CINEMA AS WELL AS GREAT INDEPENDENT FILMMAKING!

From the producer of 13th by Ava DuVernay (as well as her previous films)!  Winner of Best Crime Drama at the Houston International Film Festival

Starring Brian Geraghty, Sharon Leal, Bethany Joy Lenz, Edwina Findley, with Wayne Brady, and Jim Beaver - lives are left in pieces after a white cop responds to a violent hostage call and kills a black man only to learn he may have been set up. Facing trial, he must find the person responsible while examining his own accountability.

"(A)compelling drama echoes much of the conversation taking place in society today and offers a unique exploration of this timely issue from both sides." - Irish Times

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