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Good Kill

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Thursday May 28
2:30p
4:45p
8:00p
Friday-Saturday May 29-30
12:15p
2:30p
4:45p
7:00p
Sunday May 31
12:15p
2:30p
Monday-Thursday June 1-4
2:30p
4:45p
7:00p

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“A smart, quietly pulsating contemporary war drama … forward-thinking and exhilaratingly of the moment … notable for its tact and intelligence.” ­–Variety

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Slow West

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Thursday May 28
12:30p
4:00p*
6:00p* (Final shows)

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“Impeccably crafted … has a distinctly Coen-esque flavor in its mix of sly intelligence, bleak humor and unsettling violence … a wry American counterhistory.” –Variety

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Seymour: An Introduction

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Friday May 29
6:15p*
Saturday-Thursday June 4
2:00p*
6:15p*

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“It will be eternal … embodies a profound worldview, a breathtakingly clear-headed perspective on art, personal commitment to it and its overarching value, and that inspires an example of, as Montaigne would put it, "how to live" … I could have watched it all day.” –Hollywood Reporter

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The Seven Five

The Seven Five 300

Starts Friday!
Friday May 29

4:00p*
8:15p*
Saturday May 30
11:45a*
4:00p*
8:15p*
Sunday May 31
11:45a*
4:00p*
Monday-Thursday June 1-4
4:00p*
8:15p*

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“Wildly entertaining … Hollywood could take lessons in gangster chutzpah from the real-life convicted robbers and dirty cops … riveting.” –Variety

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SFJFF: Stars in the Dark: Emigres, Exiles & Film Noir

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The Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival presents
STARS IN THE DARKS: Emigres, Exiles & Film Noir

Film noir may have the look and feel of an American film genre, but many of its directors were émigrés from Europe in the 1920s or refugees fleeing Hitler in the 1930s. Not surprisingly, many were also Jewish. Often speaking little English, they brought experiences as strangers in a strange land and an aesthetic that informed their work. “Stars in the Dark: Émigrés, Exiles and Film Noir” is a week long tribute to these filmmakers and artists, looking at the lives they left behind, the ones they created, and the films they made. Presented by the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival, the tribute runs from May 24 – 31.

 

7:00p Thurs, May 28 - Fritz Lang's WOMAN IN THE WINDOW 

11:30a Friday, May 29 - CINEMA'S EXILES: From Hitler to Hollywood (encore)
2:00p Friday, May 29 - Salon Talk: Weimar on the Pacific: Paradise Found, Paradise Lost

5:00p Sunday, May 31 - Double Feature introduced by Kirk Ellis! Billy Wilder's ACE IN THE HOLE at 5pm, and
7:30p Sunday, May 31 - Robert Siodmak's THE KILLERS

Tickets and passes on sale now at santafejff.org/tickets! Tickets will sell quickly! For more information about films and talks, go to santafejff.org

SFJFF: Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood

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Friday May 29
11:30am

Tickets for Cinema's Exiles are free with your paid admission to any other "Stars in the Dark" film screened at CCA. To obtain your free ticket(s), please send an e-mail to the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 505.216.0672.

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