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Listen Up Phillip

“I can’t think of a recent movie that stages with as much joy and wonder the sense of living a life that becomes the stuff of art.” –New Yorker
Alex Ross Perry’s complex, intimate, and highly idiosyncratic comedy follows the volatile Philip (Jason Schwartzman) as he awaits the publication of his sure-to-succeed second novel. He hates the city, his relationship with his photographer girlfriend Ashley (Elisabeth Moss) is crumbling and he doesn’t care to publicize his own work. But when Philip's idol Ike (Jonathan Pryce) offers his isolated summer home as a refuge, Philip finally gets the peace and quiet to focus on his favorite subject: himself. (U.S., 2014, 108m, DCP, Tribeca Film)

Starts October 31

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Horns

Darkly hilarious … the best performance of Radcliffe’s career.” ­–Exclaim

Alexandre Aja’s supernatural thriller, filled with fantasy, mystery and romance follows Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe), under suspicion for a vicious attack on his girlfriend (Juno Temple). Hungover from a night of hard drinking, Ig awakens one morning to find horns starting to grow from his own head and with them, a superpower that could allow him to find who who really did the crime. (U.S., 2014, 122m, DCP, Radius TWC)

Starts October 31

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Ghibli Celebration: Howl's Moving Castle

“Epic and marvelous! Phantasmagoric!” – New York Times
Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar-nominated film follows an average girl who, after meeting a handsome young wizard, is transformed into a 90-year-old woman, and must embark upon a dangerous journey to lift the curse. Pulled into a life-and-death struggle between powerful sorcerers, she finds her own inner strength. Featuring the voices of Christian Bale, Emily Mortimer, Billy Crystal and Lauren Bacall. (Japan, 2005, 114m, newly restored 35mm print, recommended for age 7 and up)

About GHIBLI CELEBRATION Film SeriesIn celebration of the American release of Takahata’s masterwork THE TALE OF PRINCESS KAGUYA, playing exclusively at the CCA Cinematheque starting November 7, we bring back five classics, newly transferred, under Miyazaki’s supervision, to the exquisite DCP format, plus his latest, neglected classic-to-be THE WIND RISES. Series runs October 25 - December 8. 

11:00am Sat-Sun November 1-2, & 5:30p Mon, November 3

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Sagrada: Mystery of Creation

“**** … A philosophical meditation on art, design and time. Beautiful. 4 Stars." –Tribune de Genève
They broke ground in 1882; they are about halfway through. The building is the  Sagrada Família in Barcelona, designed by the Antoni Gaudí, continues to advance, thanks to an international army of workers—including one sculptor who has been at it for 30 years— and history with highs and lows. More than any building, the Sagrada Familia encourages questions about architecture, creativity and process. (Germany, Switzerland, 2012, 89 mins, DCP)

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The Green Prince

“Four stars … Terrific. As gripping as any high-concept Hollywood thriller.” –The Guardian
They should have been sworn enemies. But after the son of a Hamas leader became an informer for the Israelis, the Israeli secret ops agent who he worked with became a trusted friend. Born in the troubled Occupied Territories, Mosab Hassan Yousef’s fervor against Israel was unquestionable, ultimately landing him in prison. But he began to see Hamas as a problem that escalated violence, not a solution, and agreed to spy on the Hamas elite for over a decade. Nadav Schirman’s mind-blowing true story shows how he risked exposure and certain death while grappling with the perception that he had betrayed his own family and people, and how relationship with Gonen Ben Yitzhak, the Israeli secret agent, became one of unbreakable loyalty. (Germany-U.K.-Israel, 2014, 95m, DCP, Music Box Films)

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Boyhood

One of the most remarkable movies that I have ever seen. This isn't hyperbole.” –Huffington Post
Richard Linklater began filming this story of a family’s evolution in 2002, and for the next 12 years followed the story of a boy (Ellar Coltrane) and his sister (Lorelei Linklater), who are coping with the challenges of growing up with two divorced parents (Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke). An unprecedented work of commitment, BOYHOOD is also a universally resonant chronicle of the passage of time. (U.S., 164m, 2013, IFC Films, DCP)
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