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The Wolfpack

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Wednesday July 1
3:00p
5:00p
Thursday July 2
3:00p
5:00p
9:00p
Friday-Sunday July 3-5
4:00p
6:00p
8:00p
Monday July 6
4:00p
8:15p
Tuesday-Wednesday July 7-8
4:00p
6:00p
8:00p
Thursday July 9
3:45p

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“***** … like GREY GARDENS, it’s a story where every answer just spawns new questions … It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency.” –Guardian

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Tangerines

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Wednesday-Thursday July 1-July 2
4:00p*
Friday-Thursday July 3-9
12:45p*

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“Deeply affecting … sure to touch viewers who see it.”  –Hollywood Reporter

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Escobar: Paradise Lost

Escobar 330

Wednesday-Thursday July 1-2
1:30p*
8:15p* (Final shows)

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“Absorbing and suspenseful … del Toro’s presence, like Brando’s in THE GODFATHER, looms over everything that happens.“ – Hollywood Reporter

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Fresh Dressed

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Wednesday-Thursday July 1-2
6:15p* (Final shows)

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Legendary hip-hop journalist and entrepreneur Sacha Jenkins and the acclaimed rapper Nas tell the history of hip-hop fashion from its birth in the South Bronx to the rise of a multi billion-dollar global industry in this colorful, entertaining history.

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The Overnight

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Starts Friday!
Friday July 3

5:00p
7:30p (with Skype to director)
Saturday-Thursday July 4-9
3:00p*
5:00p*
7:00p*
8:45p*

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An unpredictably weird and delightful sex comedy … fresh, sharply observed, zany and offbeat.” ­–NY Post
Opening night 7:30p show features director Patrick Brice by Skype, presented by Santa Fe Independent Film Festival!

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Seymour: An Introduction

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HELD OVER FOR 2 MORE WEEKEND SHOWS!
Saturday-Sunday July 4-5

10:30a*

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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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