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Monday, April 16, 2018

Half the Picture

Amy Adrion's necessary documentary interviews scores of women in Hollywood, including Miranda July, Ava DuVernay, and Penelope Spheeris, to address the industry's woeful record of promoting, sustaining, and advocating for female filmmakers. Read More

Eighth Grade

April 16, 2018, 2:00 p.m.
Roxie Theater

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Kayla (the extraordinary Elsie Fisher, who finished eighth grade one week before filming began) has just won the school award for Most Quiet, but actually has a lot to say. Read More

Louise Lecavalier - In Motion

Pathbreaking and playful, Louise Lecavalier revolutionized the art of dance in the 1980s working with Montreal's Édouard Lock and the La La La Human Steps troupe, followed by a stint with David Bowie, and is now a world-renowned choreographer. Read More

Shorts 4: New Visions

April 16, 2018, 4:30 p.m.
Roxie Theater

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Tour the globe in this presentation of new experimental film and video works from seven distinct and practiced filmmakers. Read More

The White Girl

Living in a riverside shack in Hong Kong's last remaining fishing village, a teenager is told by her overprotective father that she must always protect herself from the sun. Read More

Chef Flynn

April 16, 2018, 6:30 p.m.
Roxie Theater

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From the age of 12, Flynn McGarry has pursued his dream to be a chef, from preparing exclusive at-home dinners to apprenticing with top chefs in Manhattan. Read More

Alex Strangelove

April 16, 2018, 8:30 p.m.
Roxie Theater

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Alex Truelove is on a quest to lose his virginity — eagerly awaited by his patient girlfriend, and cheered on by his rowdy friends — but circumstances propel him towards a hunky college-aged neighbor named Elliot.  Read More

Ravenous

Employing striking (and super gory) imagery, an unsettling soundtrack, and an anarchic sense of humor, Ravenous puts a new twist on the zombie apocalypse, when a group of eccentric rural-dwelling Quebecois prove more than up to the challenge posed by hordes of malign flesh-eaters. Read More