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Particle Fever

A surefire crowdpleaser with ravishing imagery and immensely likeable subjects.”Variety
You could almost hear the cry go out last October, when two physicists were given the Nobel Prize for discovering the Higgs Boson. “Would someone please explain!” Fortunately, physicist-turned filmmaker Mark Levinson has trained his cameras on the Large Hadron Collider since its opening, awaiting this moment. The LHC is the largest science experiment in history—a 17-mile long tunnel on the French-Swiss border, with immense data collection systems, designed and operated with 10,000 scientists and engineers from 150 countries to replicate the instant after the Big Bang in order to see what we learn about the atom...and life itself. With the energy and unfolding thrills of SPELLBOUND, plus wonderfully easy to-grasp graphics and fantastic subjects, this film explains and makes exciting the complex matters at hand, including the Higgs. (U.S., 2013, 99m, DCP, Abramorama Films)

Showtimes:
Thurs April 17: 3:30p
Fri-Sun April 18-20: 11:30am, 4:00p*
Mon-Thurs April 21-24: 4:00p*

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Tim's Vermeer

Most of us live on food and water. The inventor Tim Jenison seems fueled by insatiable curiosity. He begins to wonder: How could the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer create such photorealistic works? Did he have help from mirrors? If so, could a regular Joe (or Tim), without any training, make a beautiful painting? His a deep, myopic dive into optics and art is recorded by the legendary Penn Jilette (who produces) and Teller (who directs), who capture a quixotic journey ending with irrepressible oohs and aahs. TIM’S VERMEER simultaneously serves as a riveting personal journey, an inspiring exploration of creativity and a provocative “what is art” argument. It’s also the most fun than you’ll have watching a documentary this year. (U.S., 2013, 80m)

Showtimes:
Thurs shows have been CANCELLED due to unforseen technical issues, shows will resume April 18.
Thurs April 17: 5:00p*
Fri-Sun April 18-20: 12:30p

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Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago

We see moments of bravery, selflessness, comedy, warmth, pettiness, obliviousness, enlightenment, self-awareness, lack thereof, basically all the things that supposedly make reality TV enjoyable. Only this is reality that doesn’t make you hate yourself. It’s reality TV for the soul.”Corvalis Advocate
Take a journey with six strangers, ages 3 to 73, from around the world as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot, with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago and, most importantly, their personal journey to themselves. (U.S., 2013, 84m, DCP)

Showtimes:

Thurs April 17: 12:30p* (Final shows)

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Nymphomaniac, Part 1

Lars von Trier at his best  … provocative, funny, smart, wry and challenging … a remarkable project brimming with bold and often thoughtful performances.” –Screen International
This wild and poetic epic by Lars von Trier (MELANCHOLIA, DOGVILLE) follows a tale of sexual insatiability), from birth to the age of 50, told by a woman (Charlotte Gainsbourg) to an old, charming bachelor, Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), who has found her beaten up in an alley. As he cares for her wounds, he listens intently as she tells the intensely layered story of a life of climax and obsession. With Shia La Boeuf, Willem Dafoe, Uma Thurman, Christian Slater and Jamie Bell.

Showtimes:
Thurs April 17: 7:00p*, 8:00p
Fri April 18: 6:15p* (Final show)

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The Unknown Known

“Fascinating … mesmerizing … chilling …If documentaries slotted into feature film genres, this one would be close to horror.” –Screen International
“All generalizations are false. Including this one.” So runs the central paradox in the body of wisdom known as “Rumsfeld’s Rules.” The Secretary of Defense under Gerald Ford (he was appointed at age 33) and George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld explains his logic to Oscar-winning director Errol Morris who, as in his invaluable Oscar-winning FOG OF WAR, uses his depth of historical knowledge, provocative questions and a superhuman patience to interrogate a man with the power to launch a world war. Soon, Rumsfeld’s Rules seem little more than a series of contradictions, obfuscations and clichés: fuzzy logic that has defined our foreign policy for decades. (U.S., 2013, 104m, Radius, DCP)

Showtimes:
Thurs April 17: 1:15p, 5:45p
Fri-Mon April 18-21: 1:45p*
Weds-Thurs April 23-24: 1:45p*

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Ernest & Celestine

"A wonder! From start to end the film overflows with humor, poetry, music and tenderness." –Le Figaro
Deep below cobblestone streets, in networks of winding tunnels, a civilization of hardworking mice survive, terrified of the bears living above ground. But not, Celestine, an artist and a dreamer who, after nearly being eating by the singing bear Ernest, strikes up a friendship that challenges the social norms. This gorgeous tale, with references to Buster Keaton, Bugs Bunny and Bonnie & Clyde, won Best Animated Film at France’s Oscar awards, and features the voices of Forest Whitaker, Lauren Bacall, Paul Giamatti, William H. Macy, Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman and Jeffrey Wright. (France, 2012, 80m, DCP ,GKids)

Showtimes:
Thurs April 17: 2:30p* (Final shows)

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Under The Skin

“An intoxicating marvel, strange and sublime: it combines sci-fi ideas, gloriously unusual special effects and a sharp atmosphere of horror.” Telegraph
An alien (Scarlett Johanssen), sent from afar and equipped with enough human language and awesome seductive power, travels the Scottish countryside in search of human males. But then, her curiosity about her human body and an accidental act of pity disrupt her mission. Jonathan Glazer, known for his brilliant music videos and SEXY BEAST, adapts Michael Faber’s acclaimed novel to create a surprisingly layered tale into a lyrical evocation of solitude (U.K., 2013, 107m, DCP, A24)

Starts April 18
Showtimes:
Fri-Thurs April 18-24: 2:30p, 5:00p, 7:30p

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Nymphomaniac, Part 2

Lars von Trier at his best  … provocative, funny, smart, wry and challenging … a remarkable project brimming with bold and often thoughtful performances.” –Screen International
This wild and poetic epic by Lars von Trier (MELANCHOLIA, DOGVILLE) follows a tale of sexual insatiability, from birth to the age of 50, told by a woman (Charlotte Gainsbourg) to an old, charming bachelor, Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), who has found her beaten up in an alley. As he cares for her wounds, he listens intently as she tells the intensely layered story of a life of climax and obsession. With Shia La Boeuf, Willem Dafoe, Uma Thurman, Christian Slater and Jamie Bell.

Starts April 18
Showtimes:
Fri April 18: 8:30p*
Sat-Thurs April 19-24: 6:15p*, 8:45p*