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Wednesday, April 25


American Animals
Bart Layton - USA - 116 mins

In 2004, at Transylvania University in Kentucky, four students watch heist movies to learn how to pull off a robbery of rare books worth more than $5 million. What may seem like a college prank at first turns out to be an act driven by a profound desire to give some meaning to the students' uneventful middle-class lives. Director Bart ... more

Close-Knit
Naoko Ogigami - Japan - 127 mins

As anyone who has tried to wield the needles knows, there are as many ways to knit as there are to hold chopsticks. You have to find the method that works for you. So it is with parenting and family, as this thoughtful, offbeat film explores. When her mother disappears on a bender, 11-year-old Tomo (Rinka Kakihara) goes to live with her ... more

Hochelaga, Land of Souls
François Girard - Canada - 100 mins

6:00 PM
$14.00

When a sinkhole opens beneath a downtown Montreal stadium, revealing long-buried artifacts, archeologist Baptiste Asigny and a research team believe they are on the brink of linking the site to the Iroquois village of Hochelaga, the probable location of the meeting between Jacques Cartier and the Iroquois people in 1535. Weaving together ... more

Mrs. Hyde
Serge Bozon - France - 95 mins

6:00 PM
$14.00

Legendary actress Isabelle Huppert hypnotizes us again, securing her place as the ultimate queen of the screen in Serge Bozon's eccentric comedic thriller loosely based on Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Mrs. Géquil (Huppert), a timid and rather peculiar physics professor, is mocked and despised on ... more

SAABA
Brandon Kramer - Burkina Faso - 47 mins

If all politics is local, as they say, then so is all peace. The town of Saaba in Burkina Faso has gained international attention for its efforts to combat divisions in a region affected by violent extremism; in the Sahel region of West Africa, it borders strongholds of both Boko Haram and ISIS, so security is no small matter. But resilience ... more

Sonata
Aparna Sen - India - 90 mins

With an all-female ensemble, including director Apana Sen and legendary Indian actresses Shabana Azmi and Lillete Dubey, Sonata is a heartfelt meditation on happiness and compromises that simultaneously challenges Indian norms concerning family and friendship and long-standing stereotypes of Bollywood films. The film follows three unmarried, ... more

Number One
Tonie Marshall - France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg - 110 mins

8:00 PM
$14.00

This corporate intrigue benefits from what we knew was taking place even before the #BalanceTonPorc (France's #MeToo) movement took hold. From small sexist slights to outright sabotage, the gender battles in high finance are becoming more pronounced as women vie for their places as leaders. Emmannuelle Devos stars as Emmannuelle, an ambitious ... more

The Red Shadow
Dominik Graf - Germany - 107 mins

This noir thriller touches a raw nerve in Germany as it relentlessly questions the legacy of old ghosts who are still in influential positions. Christof still loves his divorced wife, and when she drowns in her own bathtub, he kidnaps her corpse to have it autopsied. He believes that Wilhelm, her new boyfriend, killed her. Wilhelm is ... more

Sheikh Jackson
Amr Salama - Egypt - 93 mins

8:00 PM
$14.00

With gentle, quirky humor, Egypt's official entry in the Oscars© looks at a conservative young cleric, Khaled (Ahmad Alfishawy), and what happens when he begins to examine how he got to this respected but joyless place in life. Suddenly, nothing is sacred. The unlikely catalyst for his psychological dissection is the death of his ... more

The Cleaners
Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck - Germany, Brazil - 88 mins

Dive into a secret, third-world shadow industry of online content moderation. Here we meet five "digital scavengers," a handful of thousands of people outsourced from Silicon Valley whose job is to delete "inappropriate" content from the Internet. In a parallel struggle, we meet people around the globe whose lives are dramatically affected ... more

Control
Jan Verheyen - Belgium - 122 mins

Jan Verheyen, the director behind FFDC's 2014 Special Jury Award winner The Verdict, returns Flemish detectives Vincke and Verstuyft to the big screen with another tale adapted from books by crime novelist extraordinaire Jef Geeraerts. This new adventure tasks them with investigating a series of gruesome murders. What was once an unconditional ... more

Money's Money
Géla Babluani - France - 90 mins

Writer-director Géla Babluani has crafted a fresh and satisfying thriller in which the balance of power constantly shifts and the stakes keep rising as desperation mounts on all sides. The action begins on the hard-scrabble docks of Le Havre, where friends Danis (George Babluani) and Eric (Vincent Rottiers) are trying to stay on the straight ... more