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July 2018

RBG screening (2018-Jul-15 @ 4:30 p.m.)

Sunday, July 15 @ 16:3018:08
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen RBG (Julie Cohen, Betsy West, U.S. 2018, 98 min.) "At the age of 84, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But without a definitive Ginsburg biography, the unique personal journey of this diminutive, quiet warrior's rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans — until now. Rbg is a revelatory documentary exploring Ginsburg's exceptional life and career from Betsy West and Julie Cohen, and co-produced by Storyville Films and Cnn Films." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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Keep the Change screening

Sunday, July 15 @ 18:0019:32
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen Keep the Change (Rachel Israel, U.S. 2017, 92 min.) as part of the Rochester Jewish Film Festival.

Two adults with autism strike up an unlikely and transformative relationship in Keep The Change a wonderfully surprising reinvention of the romantic comedy. David (Brandon Polansky), a high-functioning, upper-class charmer goes to an autism support group at the Manhattan Jewish Community Center, where he falls for vivacious Sarah (Samantha Elisofon). Director and writer Rachel Israel's inclusive and fresh debut is a unique and universal love story full of vibrant characters under-represented in cinema. Keep The Change's cast includes actors on the autism spectrum.

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2018-Jul-9]

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Yellow Submarine screening (2018-Jul-15 @ 6:30 p.m.)

Sunday, July 15 @ 18:3019:55
Little Theatre,
240 East Ave. #100
Rochester, New York 14604 United States
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The Little will screen Yellow Submarine (George Dunning, U.K. / U.S. 1968, 85 min.) as part of the Little Summer of Music series.

The music-loving inhabitants of Pepperland are under siege by the Blue Meanies, a nasty group of music-hating creatures. The Lord Mayor of Pepperland (Dick Emery) dispatches sailor Old Fred (Lance Percival) to Liverpool, England, where he is to recruit the help of the Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr). The sympathetic Beatles ride a yellow submarine to the occupied Pepperland, where the Blue Meanies have no chance against the Fab Four's groovy tunes.

[source: Little Theatre calendar, 2018-Jul-9]

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First Reformed screening (2018-Jul-15 @ 7 p.m.)

Sunday, July 15 @ 19:0020:53
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen First Reformed (Paul Schrader, U.S. 2017, 113 min.) "A priest of a small congregation in upstate New York grapples with mounting despair brought on by tragedy, worldly concerns and a tormented past." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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American Animals screening (2018-Jul-15 @ 8:55 p.m.)

Sunday, July 15 @ 20:5522:51
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen American Animals (Bart Layton, U.K. / U.S. 2018, 116 min.) "Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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The Cakemaker screening

Sunday, July 15 @ 21:0022:45
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen The Cakemaker (Ofir Raul Graizer, Germany/Israel 2017, 105 min., German, Hebrew – w/ subtitles) as part of the Rochester Jewish Film Festival.

This tender, delicate drama about a closeted love affair unfolds through the eyes of Thomas, a Berlin pastry chef. After Oren, Thomas's married lover, dies in a car accident, Thomas travels to see the life Oren left behind. In this moving debut, director Ofir Raul Graizer explores the connection formed between Thomas and Anat, the Israeli widow of the man whom they both loved. Graizer delicately and gracefully traces the fluidity of desire and sexuality, the bonds forged by shared grief, and the challenges those can present to faith and family.

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2018-Jul-9]

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Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel screening

Monday, July 16 @ 19:0020:26
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel (Daniel Miller, Jeremy Newberger, Seth Kramer, Israel/Japan/South Korea/US 2017, 86 min.) followed by a discussion with director Daniel Miller as part of the Rochester Jewish Film Festival.

A stirring story of sports, patriotism and personal growth, Heading Home charts the underdog journey of Israel's national baseball team competing for the first time in the World Baseball Classic. After years of defeat, Team Israel finally ranked among the world's best in 2017 making it eligible to play in the prestigious international tournament. The roster includes Craig Breslow, Ike Davis, Ryan Lavarnway, Josh Zeid and other Jewish Americans from Major League Baseball teams. Most of the Team Israel players have a tenuous relationship to Judaism and have not traveled to Israel before. Their odyssey takes them from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where they are greeted as heroes, to Seoul, where the team discovers the pride of representing Israel on the world stage.

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2018-Jul-9]

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First Reformed screening (2018-Jul-16 @ 7 p.m.)

Monday, July 16 @ 19:0020:53
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen First Reformed (Paul Schrader, U.S. 2017, 113 min.) "A priest of a small congregation in upstate New York grapples with mounting despair brought on by tragedy, worldly concerns and a tormented past." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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American Animals screening (2018-Jul-16 @ 8:55 p.m.)

Monday, July 16 @ 20:5522:51
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen American Animals (Bart Layton, U.K. / U.S. 2018, 116 min.) "Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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$17

Japanese Breakfast, Mothers, Calicoco musical performances

Monday, July 16 @ 21:0023:00
Bug Jar,
219 Monroe Ave
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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[source: Facebook, 2018-Jul-9]

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First Reformed screening (2018-Jul-17 @ 7 p.m.)

Tuesday, July 17 @ 19:0020:53
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen First Reformed (Paul Schrader, U.S. 2017, 113 min.) "A priest of a small congregation in upstate New York grapples with mounting despair brought on by tragedy, worldly concerns and a tormented past." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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Saving Private Ryan screening (2018-Jul-17 @ 7:30 p.m.)

Tuesday, July 17 @ 19:3022:19
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen Saving Private Ryan (Steven Spielberg, U.S. 1998, 169 min., 35mm) as part of the War, Myth, Desire series.

A U.S. Army captain (Tom Hanks) leads a mission to rescue a GI trapped behind enemy lines in France on D-Day after all three of the soldier's brothers are killed in action. As the search commences, the close-knit squad sets out through areas still thick with Nazis. This revolutionary picture raised a bar in depicting savagery of war and established itself as a modern classic within days after its release in July 1998, with critics praising it as "searing, heartbreaking, so intense it turns your body into a single tube of clenched muscle, this is simply the greatest war movie ever made, and one of the great American movies" (Washington Post), a "soberly magnificent . . . ultimate devastating letter home" (New York Times) and "a harrowing World War II epic about the struggle to uphold decency in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, the visual masterwork finds Spielberg atop his craft, weaving heart-pounding action and gut-wrenching emotion—often during the same sequence—that will leave viewers silently shaken" (The Hollywood Reporter).

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2018-Jun-25]

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American Animals screening (2018-Jul-17 @ 8:55 p.m.)

Tuesday, July 17 @ 20:5522:51
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen American Animals (Bart Layton, U.K. / U.S. 2018, 116 min.) "Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2018-Jul-11]

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$10

Divided Heaven, Pawner, Kids in the Basement, DJ Taisetsukami musical performances

Tuesday, July 17 @ 21:0023:00
Bug Jar,
219 Monroe Ave
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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[source: Facebook, 2018-Jul-9]

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