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Snowpiercer

A dystopic vision full of vivid characters, dark humor, awe-inspiring revelations and surreal imagery … exquisite … astonishing.”The Guardian
In a future where a failed global-warming experiment kills off most life on the planet, a class system evolves aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe via a perpetual-motion engine. The first big-budget, English-language film by Korean genre master Bong Joon-Ho (THE HOST) stars Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Ed Harris, John Hurt and Jamie Bell. (U.S.-Korea, 2013, 125m, DCP, Radius-TWC)

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Gore Vidal: United States of Amnesia

Highly entertaining…a fine memorial to one of 20th-century America’s most brilliant, original — and cranky — thinkers.” –Variety
With a deep influence on the worlds of literature, film, politics and the culture wars, Gore Vidal’s life spanned 50+ years of American politics and letters. Nicholas Wrathall uses one-on-one interviews and commentary with fantastic subjects, along with clips from the archive, to celebrate a fearless critic, one whose voice we could desperately use today. (U.S., 2013, 83m, DCP, IFC Films)

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Ida

A small gem, tender and bleak, funny and sad, superbly photographed in luminous monochrome … a powerful, poignant story.” –The Guardian
Before taking her vows in a convent, an orphan is instructed to visit her only living relative, an aunt and former Stalinist authority who has fallen into dark times. Soon, Ida is learning a family history that shocks and dismays her: she is Jewish, and her parents were killed in the war. Pawel Pawlikowski’s stunning film tells this intensely personal story with beauty, emotion and a purity of vision. (U.K., 2013, 80m, Music Box Films, DCP)

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Santa Fe Community Foundation:

Early Childhood Film Screening & Panel

Please join the Santa Fe Baby Fund and the Santa Fe Community Foundation for a free screening of a new documentary on the costs and benefits of investing in quality early childhood education. “ARE WE CRAZY ABOUT OUR KIDS?” is the first episode to be released in a new series entitled “Raising America” that explores the individual and community- wide benefits of a strong start for all kids.
The 30-minute film will be followed by a panel discussion with local experts and advocates, including:
Marisol Atkins, United Way Santa Fe County Kelly O’Donnell, O’Donnell Economics and Strategy Jacqueline Barela, SER Child Development Center. Please RSVP to 
Katie Dry, Director, Santa Fe Baby Fund 505-988-9715 x7016 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . This event is free but space is limited.

6:00-8:00p Wednesday, July 9

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Life Itself

“Cuts straight to the human heart of the matter, celebrating both the writer and the man, the one inseparable from the other, largely in Ebert's own words.” ­–Variety
The late, great film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert is the subject of this personal, wistful, funny, painful, and transcendent tale In the film, you’ll see how two thumbs forever changed criticism, how fame and alcohol combined in a nearly tragic way, how filmmakers on the fringe found a strong advocate, and how a very public battle with cancer inspired millions. Directed by the great Steve James (HOOP DREAMS), and featuring Martin Scorsese, Werner Herzog and Errol Morris. (U.S., 2014, 115m, DCP, Magnolia Films)

Starts July 11
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Chinese Puzzle

Easy, breezy and enjoyable.” ­–Chicago Sun-Times
A 40-year-old father of two (Roman Duris) decides, on a whim, to follow the mother of his children to New York. And so the familiar characters from RUSSIAN DOLLS and L’AUBERGE ESPANOLE return. The wondrous and gorgeous cast in Cedrich Klapisch’s winning comedy includes Audrey Tatou (AMELIE), Cecile De France (KID WITH A BIKE), Kelly Reilly (“Black Box”) and Sandrine Holt (BLACK ROBE). (France, 2014, 117m, DCP, Cohen Media Group)

Starts July 11
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St. John's College Film Institute presents The Auteurs:

John Ford: THE SEARCHERS

Presented by St. John's College
Great movies are works of visual poetry. As with other forms of poetry, our understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of movies can be deepened and enhanced by learning how to see (and read) them better. The St. John’s College Film Institute is dedicated to cultivating the skills necessary to become better readers of great movies, and provides these public screenings—each in the best screening format available—to celebrate the work of eight of cinema’s essential artists.


“Like all great works of art, it's uncomfortable … Every time I watch it, it haunts and troubles me.” Martin Scorsese
Perhaps the most influential Western of all time, John Ford’s disturbing, visionary epic follows a deeply cynical Civil War veteran (John Wayne) in search of a niece who was captured by Comanches. Ford depicts the American West—long portrayed through a simplistic, good vs. evil lens—as needlessly violent, morally ambiguous and even racist. Along with the breathtaking grandeur of the Monument Valley, Ford’s camera captures the darkness behind Wayne’s mask-like masculinity. (U.S., 1956, 119m, Warner Brothers, DCP)

11:00am Saturday-Sunday July 12-13; 5:30p Monday, July 14