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COMING JULY 27 – Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies, race against time after a mission gone wrong.
COMING AUGUST 3 – A working-class family man, Christopher Robin, encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.
COMING AUGUST 14 & 15 – Fans of Film presents this 1994 foreign film. Russia, 1936: revolutionary hero Colonel Kotov is spending an idyllic summer in his village with his young wife and six-year-old daughter Nadia and other assorted family and friends. Things change dramatically with the unheralded arrival of Cousin Dmitri from Moscow, who charms the women and little Nadia with his games and pianistic bravura. But Kotov isn’t fooled: this is the time of Stalin’s repression, with telephone calls in the middle of the night spelling doom – and he knows that Dmitri isn’t paying a social call…
COMING SEPTEMBER 11 & 12 – Fans of Film presents this 2014 documentary. Filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the past, present and future of the Internet and how it affects human interaction and modern society.
COMING OCTOBER 9 & 10 – Fans of Film presents this 1953 classic. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec frequently visits the Moulin Rouge, where he drinks cognac and draws sketches of the dancers and singers. Though the son of a French count, Henri’s legs were badly deformed by a childhood fall, and his personal life is often unhappy as a result. While he is going home one night, a spirited young woman of the streets, Marie, asks him for help. He falls in love with her, and the two become involved in a tumultuous relationship. It becomes increasingly difficult for Toulouse-Lautrec to balance his personal feelings, his artistic abilities, and his family name and position.
COMING NOVEMBER 13 & 14 – Fans of Film presents this 1953 foreign classic. An elderly couple journey to Tokyo to visit their children and are confronted by indifference, ingratitude and selfishness. When the parents are packed off to a resort by their busy, impatient children, the film deepens into an unbearably moving meditation on mortality.