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Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 28, we’ll show Frozen River (2008 / 97 min. / dir. Courtney Hunt) in which two working class single mothers in upstate New York, one white and one Native American, form an uneasy partnership to smuggle illegal immigrants across the frozen St. Lawrence River in the trunk of a car.

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Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 21, we’ll show Enough Said (2013 / 98 min. / dir. Nicole Holofcener) in which a divorced masseuse meets a sweet, funny man, and begins a relationship, not realizing that a new client, a self-identified poet who gossips nonstop, is her new boyfriend’s ex-wife. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini.

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Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 14, we’ll show Wadjda (2012 / 98 min. / dir. Haifaa Al Mansour) in which a spirited 11-year-old girl in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, sets her heart on a green bicycle in a store she passes every day, but her family and culture disapprove of bike-riding for girls, so she devises clever, albeit forbidden, ways to earn the bike’s price herself.

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The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 7, we’ll show Waitress (2007 / 104 min. / dir. Adrienne Shelly) a film about a waitress at Joe’s Pie Diner who is tasked by curmudgeonly Joe (Andy Griffith) with creating specialty pies. She christens “Bad Baby Pie” after learning she’s pregnant by her controlling husband - and steps up her search for the proverbial “way out.”

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Rescue at Pine Ridge@CentralCMR

Los Angeles Author and Filmmaker Erich Martin Hicks will visit the library to discuss his novel Rescue at Pine Ridge. Rescue at Pine Ridge is a fictionalized account of the rescue of the 7th Cavalry by the “Buffalo Soldiers” of the 9th Cavalry at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The author will show a short film detailing the events followed by a Q & A with the audience.This event will take place in the Library's 3rd Floor Meeting Room.

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Super Cinema @Central

February's theme is African American Musicians in Film in honor of African American History Month. On February 28, we'll show Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll (1987 / 120 min.) This engaging documentary contains interviews with Chuck Berry, his family, and other musicians, including Eric Clapton and John Lennon, as well as footage from Berry’s 60th birthday commemoration concerts.

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