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Mar 11, 2016
'Flowers' Weaves a Beautifully Melancholic Tale of Grief, Loss, Memory, and Love
Also included are a Q&A with the filmmakers and a press conference from the San Sebastian film festival. These informative features provide insightful commentary on the film and its themes, and are well worth a watch.
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... (PopMatters)Feb 3, 2016
Big Screen: The understated, elegant 'Flowers'
Flowers has deservedly scooped up tons of awards, including the SIGNIS award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival and (somewhat oddly, as Basque is not a romance language) the Cine Latino Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Pleasantly understated, elegantly made, and accompanied by a lilting, supremely tasteful Pascal Gaigne score, it’s a lovely way to start the cinematic year.
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(Berkeleyside)Feb 2, 2016
Where to stay and what to do in San Sebastian
Telegraph.co.ukWhere to stay and what to do in San SebastianTelegraph.co.ukHotel Astoria 7. There are many places around town that pay homage to the city's film festival, but the Astoria 7 is nothing less than a temple to the seventh art. Every room honours a different film star, there is a life-sized model of Alfred ... (Telegraph.co.uk)Dec 30, 2015
January features at the Acme Screening Room in Lambertville
Sunday, 5 and 6:50 p.m.
Flowers won the Cine Latino Award at Palm Springs International Film Festival, was an official selection at San Sebastian Film Festival and is Spain's submission to the Foreign Language Film category at the 86th Academy Awards. Ane (Nagore Aranburu) lives a quiet unfulfilled life, trapped in a seemingly loveless marriage, until she suddenly starts to receive bouquets of flowers anonymously, once a week. Meanwhile, Tere (Itziar Aizpuru) wants nothing more than a grandchild, but her only son Beñat (Josean Bengoetxea) and his wife Lourdes (Itziar Ituño) have other plans. A sudden, tragic event jolts all of their lives into a new reality, and flowers start to appear anonymously once again, but this time, instead of passion, they represent an emotional memory. Spanish with English subtitles Rated NR; 1 hour 39 minutes
Tickets: $6 member/$8 non-member. Buy tickets or membership: HYPERLINK http://acmescreeningroom.org/
Saturday, Jan. 9, 7 p.m., From Story to Screen: An Evening with Austin Bunn, plus Supper Club compelling true stories on the big screen. Join us and meet Austin Bunn, a filmmaker and screenwriter who has brought several to life in film. He wrote the script for "Kill Your Darlings" - the true story of a 1944 murder that drew together the great poets of the beat generation: Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs. He also directed and produced "Lavender Hill," about one of the few 1970's gay and lesbian communes in the Back to the Land movement, and In the "Hollow," the story of girlfriends Claudia Brenner and Rebecca Wight who were attacked while hiking the Appalachian Trail and Brenner's desperate survival (and later transformation into an advocate for hate crime legislation in the U.S.). "Lavender Hill" and In the "Hollow" will be screened, followed by Q&A with Austin Bunn. Juda Charles Bennett, former Member of the Lavender Hill commune will also be in attendance for Q&A. "Kill Your Darlings" will be screened at other times during the weekend; check schedule for show times. Program will run 75 minutes including Q&A.
Tickets: Film plus Screenwriter: $10 member/$15 non-member Supper Club: $60. Buy tickets or membership: HYPERLINK "http://acmescreeningroom.org/"http://acmescreeningroom.org/
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16, "Truth" Friday and Saturday, 7 and 9:15 p.m.On the morning of Sept. 9, 2004, veteran CBS News producer Mary Mapes (Cate Blanchett) believed she had every reason to feel proud of a broadcast journalism job well done. By the end of the day, Mapes, CBS News, and the venerable CBS News anchor Dan Rather (Robert Redford) would be... (NJ.com)
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