April - May 2019
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Advance tickets are available until noon the day of the show.
We always reserve a number of tickets to be sold at the theater (except for the Embassy of France) starting one hour before the first show, even when tickets are sold out online.

   

Rhythms


Hugh Hefner's After Dark: Speaking Out in America
Brigitte Berman - Canada - 101 mins

From the opening image of Sarah Vaughan singing, Brigitte Berman's documentary entices viewers into a glamorous world long unseen. Featuring an endless stream of the famous and fabulous, the film is compiled from the TV shows Playboy's Penthouse (1959-1960, black-and-white) and Playboy After Dark (1968-1970, color). Berman lets the remarkable ... more

Thursday, May 2
6:00 PM
$14.00
Saturday, May 4
6:00 PM
$14.00

Impulso
Emilio Belmonte - Spain - 87 mins

In recent years, young Spanish dancer and choreographer Rocio Molina has become a sensation in flamenco and modern dance, known for her unconventional improvisations—"impulsos"—in routines. She goes to great lengths to push the boundaries of her creativity, selecting unusual venues such as prisons and museums to add more challenge ... more

Saturday, April 27
6:30 PM
$14.00
Wednesday, May 1
8:30 PM
$14.00

It Must Schwing! The Blue Note Story
Eric Friedler - Germany - 113 mins

In 1939 New York City, two Jewish refugees from Berlin founded the most iconic jazz label in music history, Blue Note Records. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Thelonius Monk, Quincy Jones, and countless others came through Blue Note's doors to create indelible recordings that thrummed with improvisatory urgency. In an era ... more

Sunday, April 28
3:30 PM
$14.00
Tuesday, April 30
6:00 PM
$14.00

Le Grand Bal
Laetitia Carton - France - 89 mins

At the annual Grand Bal de l'Europe, 2,000 people come together to celebrate the amazing richness, history, and nuance of dances from every region of France and the world in the best possible way: by dancing. Each summer for 8 days, on the grounds of an old farm near the village of Gennetines, people pitch their tents (though very little ... more

Sunday, April 28
7:45 PM
$14.00
Tuesday, April 30
6:00 PM
$14.00

Paris Song
Jeff Vespa - Kazakhstan - 90 mins

Paris Song recreates the amazing but true story of Amre Kashaubayev, a young musician from the bleak steppes of Kazakhstan who found himself competing at the 1925 Paris Expo. Sanjar Madi is completely convincing as Amre, wide-eyed at being dropped out of nowhere into the modern world. With his haunting singing and mastery of the traditional ... more

Thursday, May 2
8:30 PM
$14.00
Friday, May 3
6:30 PM
$14.00

Piazzolla, the Years of the Shark
Daniel Rosenfeld - Argentina, France, Japan - 90 mins

For the first time ever, the hidden archives of revolutionary Argentine bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla are opened by his son and daughter, Daniel and Diana, in this cinematic portrait of the worldwide legendary composer whose new approach to tango changed the genre indefinitely. His nuevo tango, with its jazz and classical influences, ... more

Thursday, May 2
8:15 PM
$14.00
Saturday, May 4
8:15 PM
$14.00

Yuli
Iciar Bollain - Spain - 104 mins

Based on his autobiography, Yuli portrays Carlos Acosta's life of resistance and affirmation as a rising arc with jagged edges, full of explosive emotions, love/hate relationships, and, underscoring it all, lush music and elegant, physical dance. In his peak years, Acosta was called the greatest ballet dancer in the world. This charismatic ... more

Monday, April 29
6:00 PM
$14.00
Tuesday, April 30
6:00 PM
$14.00