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Super Cinema - March 2024
Women’s Lives

Thursday, March 7     On the Basis of Sex                

2018 / 120 min. / PG-13
Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) graduated at the top of her class at Columbia Law School, but could not get an associate’s job in any NYC law firm because the firms didn’t want to hire a woman. She became a law professor instead. This film tells the story of her rise to the Supreme Court after arguing cases before the Supreme Court that found sex discrimination in employment to be unconstitutional.

 

Thursday, March 14     Real Women Have Curves      

2002 / 90 min. / PG-13
When Ana Garcia (America Ferrerra) graduates from her Los Angeles high school, a teacher encourages her to apply for college, and he brings her to the attention of a friend at Columbia University. Meanwhile, Ana agrees to work in her family’s clothing factory, though her abusive mother, Carmen, gets on her case about how much she eats.The film broke ground for fresh film portrayals of Latinas.

 

Thursday, March 21     Hidden Figures                         

2016 / 127 min. / PG
In 1961 three female African American mathematicians are tapped to work with NASA engineers on preparations for John Glenn’s Friendship 7 mission. Katherine Goble Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae) are actually called “computers” as they produce calculations for the mission, while men were credited with their work.

 

Thursday, March 28     Women Talking                       

2022 / 104 min. / PG-13
The women of a colony of American Mennonites in Bolivia are left behind for two days while the men go to town to negotiate bail for male colony members who have been arrested for drugging, attacking, and raping the colony’s women. While the men are gone, the women talk about whether to stay in the colony and do nothing, stay and fight, or to leave. Sarah Polley wrote the screenplay and directed.

 

Super Cinema, April 2024         The Offbeat!

Thursday, April 4 Gates of Heaven     1978 / 85 min. /NR


The subject of Errol Morris’s documentary Gates of Heaven is a cemetery where people lay their pets to rest. Before Morris made the film, filmmaker Werner Herzog had promised to eat his shoe if Morris made the film. Herzog did just that, live, onstage, at the UC Berkeley Theater, where Morris’s film premiered in 1979. Then our own Les Blank made a film about THAT. Find his film online under “Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe.” You can watch it for 99 cents!

 

Thursday, April 11 The Royal Tenenbaums   2002 / 109 min. / R  


Everyone in the Tenenbaum family is a genius. Etheline (Anjelica Huston), the anthropologist mother of them all, seems to be the repository of the family’s normalcy. As children, her offspring are a Math and Business whiz Investor (Ben Stiller), a prize-winning playwright (Gwyneth Paltrow) and a Juniors tennis champion (Luke Wilson). But as adults, the children just cannot seem to cope. Royal Tenenbaum. the divorced and disgraced father (Gene Hackman), is an intermittently lovable scoundrel. Expect the unexpected. Directed by Wes Anderson.


Thursday, April 18 Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey   1993 / 83 min. / PG


Leon Theremin invents the first electronic synthesizer, the “theremin,” which produces eery, other-worldly sounds. First, Thirties horror film sound technicians insert theremin sounds into their soundtracks to suggest spookiness. Then, in 1938, Leon Theremin disappears, and his weird story gets weirder.

 

Thursday, April 25   WALL-E 2008 / 97 MIN. / G


A solar-powered robot named WALL-E is alone on the Earth, which had been abandoned 700 years earlier. Collecting and compacting all that’s been left on Earth—that is, TRASH. He seems happy enough, but soon something happens to make him realize how lonely he’s been. WALL-E was a gift from Pixar to Disney, and from Disney to us.

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