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Magnolia at the Modern Film Schedule January 13-February 19

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Magnolia at the Modern is an ongoing series featuring critically acclaimed films. Tickets are $9; $7 for Modern members; $6 for Reel People. The Sunday noon show time is half price. Advance sales begin two hours prior to each show.

Magnolia at the Modern Film Schedule
January 13-February 19  

 

TAMPOPO
January 13-15
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
“A rare blend of culinary and cinematic excitement returns to theaters with a glorious new 4K restoration that only makes it easier to savor its flavors.” David Ehrlich, IndieWire.
Considered one of the best food movies of all time, this humorous paean to the joys of food focuses on a trucker who rides into town like a modern-day Shane to help Tampopo set up the perfect noodle soup restaurant.
114 minutes; Japanese with English subtitles
THE BRAND NEW TESTAMENT
January 20-22
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
“A film with a big heart and an even bigger imagination.” Cath Clarke, Time Out.
“An irreverent but otherwise harmless ontological satire that puts a cartoonish spin on the Christian origin story.Peter Debruge, Variety.
The Brand New Testament is a 2015 fantasy/dark comedy in which God lives in an apartment in Brussels with his meek wife and his 10-year-old daughter.
Includes controversial adult subject matter; 113 minutes; French and German
 
THINGS TO COME
January 27-29
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
“Huppert’s warm, wry performance as an academic facing a crisis at home powers Mia Hansen-Løve’s intimate, intellectual film.” Mark Kermode, The Guardian.
A passionate middle-aged philosophy professor (Isabelle Huppert) rethinks her already much-examined life after an unforeseen divorce.
PG-13; 102 minutes; French with English subtitles
JULIETA
February 3-5
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
Pedro Almodovar seduces his audience from the opening credits of this fertile Spanish melodrama about love, loss and reinvention.” Vicky Roach, Daily Telegraph.
In the latest drama from Spanish master Pedro Almodóvar, a middle-aged Julieta (Emma Suárez) learns that her long-lost daughter has resurfaced in Madrid. Thus begins a painful reflection into her checkered past, flashing back to the moments of torment that defined her current life.
R; 96 minutes; Spanish with English subtitles
TONI ERDMANN
February 10-12
Friday 5:30 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 4:30 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 5 pm
“A slow-burning thing of beauty, ultimately as moving as it is implausibly funny.” Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter.
To say Toni Erdmann is funny doesn’t even begin to capture the out-there texture of the jokes, and of the actors’ timing.Stephanie Zacharek, Time.
A reluctant career woman must spend time with her estranged father when he comes for a surprise visit.
R; 162 minutes; German with English subtitles
 
OSCAR SHORTS
February 17-19
Friday 6 pm Animated program, 8 pm Live Action program; Saturday 5 pm Animated program; Sunday noon Animated program, 2 pm Live Action program, 4 pm Animated program
Enjoy this opportunity to see the 2017 Academy Award nominees for Best Animated and Best Live Action short films.

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French New Wave Showcase

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French New Wave Showcase
 
Video Association of Dallas and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – DFW co-present the French New Wave Showcase Saturday afternoons in September
 
 
French New Wave, or in French “Nouvelle Vague,” is the style of highly individualistic French film directors of the late 1950s—early ‘60s. Films by New Wave directors were often characterized by fresh techniques using the city streets as character in the films.
 
The New Wave films stimulate discussion about their place in the history of cinema and film. So whether a cinephile or a casual filmgoer, learn more about this distinctly French film movement. French New Wave Showcase.
Alamo Drafthouse hosts
 
Alamo Drafthouse – Richardson was eager to host the French New Wave Showcase. 
 
“We are—how do the French say?—excité to partner with our friends at Video Association of Dallas for this French New Wave series in September! The French New Wave movement is one of cinema’s most revolutionary periods, so we’re proud to be able to feature these cinematic treasures on the big screen for cinephiles and classic film lovers alike,” said James Wallace, creative director and programmer, Alamo Drafthouse – DFW.
 
 
Saturday Sept 5 4 pm
 
Screenwriter Paul Javal’s marriage to his wife, Camille, disintegrates during movie production as she spends time with the producer. Layered conflicts between art and business ensue.
 
LE MÉPRIS, Directed by Jean-Luc Godard (1963). Based on the Italian novel “Il Disprezzo” (1954) by Alberto Moravia. Stars Brigitte Bardot, Michel Piccoli, Jack Palance, and Fritz Lang. 

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Sunday Cinema Series & more: Dallas Film Society

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Join us on Sunday, June 28 for BIG NIGHT at The Highland Dallas and Knife Modern Steak. It’s the second installment in a new culinary-themed film series that benefits the DFS.

Each screening includes gourmet snacks from Knife’s Chef John Tesar and two local beers from the crafty Four Corners Brewing Company.

Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci direct BIG NIGHT, the story of two Italian brothers who gamble that one special night will save their failing restaurant.

$10 of every ticket sold benefits the Dallas Film Society, to help us promote films, filmmakers and film education in North Texas.


sunset screenings are back! sunsetscreenings

The Dallas Film Society and the AT&T Performing Arts Center present a series of free outdoor screenings in Annette Strauss Square.

This spring, the focus is on classic ’40s directors, with John Huston’s MALTESE FALCON and Howard Hawks’ HIS GIRL FRIDAY.

Bring a picnic blanket and a bottle of wine to enjoy under the stars on the lawn at Strauss Square and take in a movie with us.

IMPENDING POOR WEATHER HAS FORCED THE CANCELLATION OF MALTESE FALCON ON MAY 30.

8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 21HIS GIRL FRIDAY

cinemark classic series sponsored by DFS



cinemarkclassicThe Cinemark Classic Series sponsored by the DFS brings cinema’s most critically acclaimed films back to big screens around DFW. Each week we hope you’ll find a cherished favorite or a film that you’ve always wanted to see, digitally restored, expertly presented and with the full movie-theater experience.

Films in the series are screened at Cinemark’s theaters in Allen, Dallas, Denton, Frisco, Grapevine, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, Plano (Plano West and Legacy), and Rockwall.

Sundays at 2 p.m.; Wednesdays at 2 & 7 p.m.
 
June 7 & 10: GOLDFINGER
June 14 & 17: THE TERMINATOR
June 21 & 24: JAWS
July 12 & 15: SPACEBALLS
July 19 & 20: DOUBLE INDEMNITY
July 26 & 29: GREMLINS
–from Dallas Film Society NEWSREEL

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The Dallas Film Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership-driven organization dedicated to enriching arts and culture in Dallas, TX.

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