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SITE Santa Fe: Art21

The wonderful PBS series celebrates its 2014 season with these two free screenings. In “Investigation,” we visit with Thomas Hirschorn, Graciela Iturbide and Leonardo Drew as they push beyond what is already know and can be readily see, using their practices as tools for personal and intellectual discovery and simultaneously documenting and producing new realities in the process. In “Secrets,” Elliott Hundley, Arlene Shechet and Trevor Paglen work to make the invisible visible, as they draw from a wide array of sources, and explore family history, illusion and our surveillance state. Total run time: 112 minutes, with one intermission.

7:00p Monday, December 15 - FREE!

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Science On Screen: Eric Libby presents Alien

“In space, no one can here you scream"

Ridley Scott’s unbeatable sci-fi horror classic follows a spacecraft invaded by a maleficent creature bent on destruction. Santa Fe Institute Omidyar Fellow Eric Libby, a biologist with a fascination in how cells mutate and evolve into new organizations, will introduce the film with a presentation. (U.S., 1979, 117m)

7:00p Wednesday, December 17

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Untitled (Just Kidding)

–Recent works by Jesse Malmed

Santa Fe native but Chicago-based artist and curator Jesse Malmed presents a selection of recent experimental shorts. While unexpecting the expected, viewers can look forward to bodyswaps, closed captioning seeking sentiences, cloud covers, singtalk, the sitcom set and séance nonfictions. By turns comedic and poetic, Jesse's work practices sustainable sourcing, utilizing a wide-range of materials from his own camera, vigorous and elliptical research practices and the ever-growing archives of the arcane, avant and popular. Artist present!
     Jesse Malmed's work in moving images, performance, text, occasional objects and their overlaps and gaps have found temporary homes at museums, festivals, basements, bars and barns throughout the world. He co-directs the mobile exhibition space and artist bumper sticker project Trunk Show, programs experimental work at the Nightingale Cinema and writes about art for a variety of spaces. A graduate of Bard College and the University of Illinois at Chicago, he was named one of Newcity's Breakout Artists of 2014. www.jessemalmed.net

8:00p Tuesday, December 23!

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Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival: Flix and Chopstix

THE PRODUCERS

“ … roaring, over-the-top performances …”–Boston Globe

If you didn’t see The Producers when originally released in 1968, you are in for a treat, and if you did see it then, it is just as good if not better the second time around. The late Roger Ebert called The Producers with Zero Mostel “one of the funniest films ever made”. This Mel Brook’s spoof of the Broadway stage was Brooks first film and one that broke boundaries when it first premiered.

The Producers is part of the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival’s Flix & ChopStix, a Christmas day celebration of comedy and Chinese Food. Film tickets available at CCA. Film and dinner packages available at www.SantaFeJFF.org.

4:10p Thursday, December 25 only!

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Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival: Flix and Chopstix

CROSSING DELANCEY

“…the dreaminess of a fairytale…” –The New York Times

Director Joan Micklin Silver (“Hester Street”) brings a bittersweet note and touching humor to the screen in "Crossing Delancey". Intellectually sophisticated Isabella (Amy Irving) is introduced to Sam, the pickle vendor, (Peter Riegert) in this memorable movie that at its heart is a story of modernity versus tradition. This perennial audience favorite will become yours too.

"Crossing Delancey" is part of the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival’s Flix & ChopStix, a Christmas day celebration of comedy and Chinese Food. Film tickets available at CCA. Film and dinner packages available at www.SantaFeJFF.org.

2:10p & 4:00p Thursday, December 25 only!

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ANNIE HALL

“Woody Allen’s classic comedy” –Slant Magazine

Woody Allen’s "Annie Hall" unites the neurotic and romantic Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) with the ditsy Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) in this semi-autobiographical portrait of a love affair filled with Allen’s trademark paranoia and zany humor. Considered to be one of Allen’s best films, the “lobster scene” alone is a comedy classic.

"Annie Hall" is part of the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival’s Flix & ChopStix, a Christmas day celebration of comedy and Chinese Food. Free supervised programming for children ten and under with paid adult admission to the film. Film tickets available at CCA. Film and dinner packages available at www.SantaFeJFF.org.

2:00p Thursday, December 25 only!