First published in 1960, To Kill A Mockingbird became a best seller, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1961 and was made into an Academy Award-winning film. Join us in marking the 55th Anniversary of Harper Lee’s only published novel with a screening of the film.
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August 2015: Film Noir & Films influenced by Film Noir
Friday, August 7 Laura (1944 / 88 min. / Approved)
Police detective Mark McPherson (Dana Andrews) investigates the shotgun murder of Laura Hunt (Gene Tierney), in which several New York City power brokers are suspects. Like them, McPherson becomes obsessed with Laura, whose beguiling portrait mesmerizes him. The haunting song ’Laura’ was written for the film.
Friday, August 14 Lone Star (1996 / 135 min. / R)
The latest CineKids movie is Welcome to the Space Show. Amane and her cousin Natsuki find and help what they think is an injured dog, but what is actually an alien on an important mission. Pochi, the alien, rewards the kids by taking them on an intergalactic adventure. Welcome to the Space Show was called "a sheer abundance of visual invention" by the New York Times.
Ages 7 and up. Animation, 2010, 136 minutes.