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NORTHERN EXPOSURE

THE ANIMATIONS OF JOHN AKRE

The Trylon microcinema

Wed Feb 22 7:00 9:00
(DCP, 80m) Akre is a prolific creator, teacher, and animation advocate. (He founded the MinnAnimate festival.) This retrospective spanning a decade highlights his collage-like work—both fiction and nonfiction—all of which is visually imaginative and deeply honest. Enjoy a live Q&A with Akre after the show.

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TECHNICOLOR NOIR: CRIME FILMS IN COLOR

NIAGARA

The Heights

Thu Feb 23 7:30
A Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater!
(1953, DCP, 92m) dir Henry Hathaway w/Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters. Against the backdrop of America's honeymoon paradise spins this turbulent tale of jealousy and murder. Cotten is brilliant as a broken soldier obsessed with his wife (Monroe), who harbors some dark secrets.

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ONE-SHOT WEEKENDS

ROLLING THUNDER

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Fri Feb 24 7:00
Sat Feb 25 9:00
Sun Feb 26 5:00

(1977, 35mm, 95m) dir John Flynn w/William Devane, Linda Haynes, Tommy Lee Jones. Penned by Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver), this essential grindhouse film concerns Major Rane (Devane) and Johnny Voden (Jones) as they return home from Vietnam, where they were held as POWs.

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ONE-SHOT WEEKENDS

DEAD OF NIGHT (AKA DEATHDREAM)

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Fri Feb 24 9:00
Sat Feb 25 7:00
Sun Feb 26 7:00

(1974, 35mm, 88m) dir Bob Clark w/John Marley, Lynn Carlin, Richard Backus. This under-the-radar grindhouse horror film follows Andy (Backus), who comes back from Vietnam after his parents have received word of his death. Screenings of Rolling Thunder and Dead of Night are made possible with support from The Cult Film Collective.

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LIV AND INGMAR: UNFAITHFUL REVERIES

CRIES & WHISPERS

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Sun Feb 26 3:00
Mon Feb 27 7:00 9:00
Tue Feb 28 7:00 9:00

(1972, DCP, 91m, Swedish with English subtitles) w/Harriet Andersson, Kari Sylwan, Ingrid Thulin. With Agnes (Andersson) lying on her deathbed, sisters Karin and Maria (Thulin and Ullmann) must face their troubled pasts and fractured relationships. Longtime Bergman cinematographer Sven Nykvist earned his first Oscar for his heavily saturated color work on the director’s most intimate and haunting study of family disconnect.
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