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Howard the Duck in Hecklevision
“This does not bode well…” Despite its respectable pedigree - a Universal picture produced by George Lucas from Marvel Comics material - Howard the Duck is one of the most hilariously god-awful 111 minutes in cinematic history. It’s also the first proper Marvel feature film ever, which is especially amazing considering audiences were recently re-introduced to the titular birdman via the smash-hit Guardians of the Galaxy!
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Run Time:111 Minutes
Fri, Mar 20 9:30 PM
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Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau
Richard Stanley in attendance on Friday March 6, when this film plays on a double feature with Stanley’s THE OTHERWORLD. Tickets are $10 for the double feature, $8 for all other shows.
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Series:Regular Programming
Film Info
Genre:Documentary
Format:Digital
Cast & Crew
Director:David Gregory
Fri, Mar 6 7:30 PM
Sat, Mar 7 9:30 PM
Sun, Mar 8 9:30 PM
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Making Space
MAKING SPACE/ 5 WOMEN CHANGING THE FACE OF ARCHITECTURE, documents a shift in the field of architecture. Women architects as never before are transforming the historically considered male dominated profession both literally and figuratively. Join us Sunday, March 29 as we present this insightful and admirable documentary that illuminates the creative and professional journeys of 5 world-renowned female architects and reflects on their influence on the field as they alter the face of architecture.
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Series:Regular Programming
Sun, Mar 29 2:00 PM
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Middle School Media Festival
Sat, May 9 11:30 AM
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Never Cry Wolf
Presented in partnership with the Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra! NEVER CRY WOLF (1983): A young biologist (played by Charles Martin Smith) is sent to the Canadian tundra to study the impact of wolves on the caribou population. While struggling to survive in the difficult environment, he discovers that his former beliefs about wolves as ruthless killers are unfounded. While the delicate Northern ecosystem may be in peril, it’s not wolves who are the threat—it’s humans.
Sun, Mar 8 6:30 PM
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Newsies
The Family Pictures program presents the 1992 musical Newsies on 35mm! Homeless New York City newsboy Jack “Cowboy” Kelly befriends two newcomers to his trade, brothers David and Les Jacobs. When publisher Joseph Pulitzer sets new rules that make it harder for the young newspaper salesmen to make a buck, the boys go on strike. Bryan Denton, a journalist who’s sympathetic to their plight, gives them some tips in public relations, as the newsboys’ battle grips the city. Starring Christian Bale, Bill Pullman, Ann-Margret, and Robert Duvall.
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Series:Family Pictures
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Film Info
Genre:Drama, Musical
Released:1992
Format:35mm
Rating:PG
Run Time:121 minutes
Cast & Crew
Director:Kenny Ortega
Cast:Christian Bale, Bill Pullman, Robert Duvall
Sat, Mar 7 3:00 PM
Sun, Mar 8 3:00 PM
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Nosotros Los Pobres
Filmed in 1948, NOSOTROS LOS POBRES is perhaps one of the most iconic of Pedro Infante’s films and the first installment of the trilogy of Pepe “El Toro.” It marks the beginning of the cinematic collaboration with celebrated Mexican director Ismael Rodriguez. A drama, Nosotros Los Pobres launched Infante’s career as a leading man in Mexican cinema iconizing the character Pepe “El Toro” (Pepe “The Bull”)—a handsome, debonair working class hero who struggles and endures life’s trials and tribulations. Set in a vecindario (a working class neighborhood), Pepe is a poor, honest carpenter and single father raising his daughter to the best of his abilities. Family secrets, gossipmongers and the occasional break out into song, this film entertains with moments of high melodrama, comedy and tragedy. It is in this movie the song Amorcito Corazon found its place within the hearts of Latin American audiences.
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Series:Cinescopio
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Thu, Mar 5 7:30 PM
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Paper Circus
Join us for Luca’s latest shorts collection PAPER CIRCUS (60 min), with live soundtracks performed by the filmmaker himself with experimental Italian band Father Murphy — one of the leading bands of what Simon Reynolds (author, Rip It Up And Start Again, Retromania) has termed the “new Italian occult psychedelia.” With their orchestrated flow of sounds, music and foley, the result is a hybrid tapestry that braids elements of songwriting, sound collage and theater.
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Series:Regular Programming
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Run Time:60 Min
Wed, Apr 1 7:30 PM
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Pepe "El Toro"
The last of the Pepe “El Toro” saga (also directed by Ismael Rodriguez), this film continues the story of Pepe “El Toro.” Through a series of events, he reunites with childhood friend and famed boxer named Lalo Gallardo. Winning his trust, Pepe borrows money from him to build a furniture factory and make a better life for himself. Once Pepe sets up shop and begins to pay back his debt, city officials close down his factory and take away all his equipment. Penniless, he decides to take on boxing to make money on the side. He finds success as a boxer creating a following of devoted fans only to find himself in a fateful stand off in the boxing ring between him and his faithful friend, Lalo Gallardo.
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Series:Cinescopio
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Wed, Apr 15 7:30 PM
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