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March 2015

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Wednesday Mar 4
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
LESSONS OF A DREAM
In 1874 Germany, an Oxford-educated instructor uses soccer to teach vocabulary to his pupils. Directed by Sebastian Grobler.



Saturday Mar 7
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
 
A CONVERSATION WITH FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT
This documentary focuses on French master Francois Truffauts playfulness as a visual storyteller, and includes excerpts from his films. As the most popular and successful French film director ever, his main themes were passion, women, childhood and faithfulness. Directed by, Allan Holzman. Admission is $10, FREE beer offered by Saint Arnolds, FREE appetizers by Onion Creek/Dry Creek. Special guest filmmakers will be in attendance.



Saturday Mar 7
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
 
HER WILDERNESS
An elliptical, minimalist narrative of a lost, wandering child in wake of an affair that may/may not have happened. Directed by Frank Mosely. Admission is $10, FREE beer offered by Saint Arnolds, FREE appetizers by Onion Creek/Dry Creek. Special guest filmmakers will be in attendance.



Saturday Mar 7
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
 
SHORTS PROGRAM
Dallas VideoFest Shorts: Stories from around the globe. Each story filled with its own set of problems, tragic or trivial. Admission is $10, FREE beer offered by Saint Arnolds, FREE appetizers by Onion Creek/Dry Creek. Special guest filmmakers will be in attendance.



Saturday Mar 7
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
 
LONDON ADVERTISING AWARDS
London International Advertising Awards was established in the UK 28 years ago to accept all media and executions from all over the world; presentation of best commercial promos from Dallas director Norry Niven. Admission is $10, FREE beer offered by Saint Arnolds, FREE appetizers by Onion Creek/Dry Creek. Special guest filmmakers will be in attendance.



Saturday Mar 7
9:30 PM - 11:00 PM
 
THOU WAST MILD & LOVELY
Josephine Decker"s acclaimed second feature stars indie icon Joe Swanberg (DRINKING BUDDIES) as a farm hand who falls into a dangerous, erotically-charged relationship with the nature-obsessed daughter of his employer. Admission is $10, FREE beer offered by Saint Arnolds, FREE appetizers by Onion Creek/Dry Creek. Special guest filmmakers will be in attendance.



Wednesday Mar 11
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
IF NOT US, WHO?
WINNER of best film at the German Film Awards this is a powerful drama woven around the life stories of Baader-Meinhof militants Gudrun Ensslin (Lena Lauzemis) and her lover Bernward Vesper (August Diehl). Directed by Andres Veile.



Friday Mar 13
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
THE WIND
Join us as we screen the classic silent film, The Wind, with an original musical score, created and performed by Austin's most ambitious band, The Invincible Czars. The band dresses in period wardrobe and encourages our audiences to do the same!



Saturday Mar 14
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
THE WIND
Join us as we screen the classic silent film, The Wind, with an original musical score, created and performed by Austin's most ambitious band, The Invincible Czars. The band dresses in period wardrobe and encourages our audiences to do the same!



Wednesday Mar 18
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
HOME FOR THE WEEKEND
An absorbingly detailed snapshot of a troubled family, Home For the Weekend (Was Bleibt) is distinguished by the smart psychological observation of Bernd Langes screenplay and the precision and restraint of Hans-Christian Schmids direction, which keeps the histrionics on a low flame even at points of maximum anxiety.



Wednesday Mar 25
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 
COLOR OF THE OCEAN
Color of the Ocean dramatically connects the lives of three unrelated individuals: Jose, a hardened cop; Nathalie, a naive tourist; and Zola, an undocumented African refugee. German director Maggie Peren deftly weaves their stories together with the tough issues of illegal immigration and the moral question: am I my brothers keeper?



Thursday Mar 26
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
THE MONA LISA IS MISSING
The true story of the man who stole the Mona Lisa (Yes, the Mona Lisa was stolen.) Talk-back with the director Joe Medelros



Friday Mar 27
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
THE COMMITMENTS
IN-Houston presents IRISH MOVIE NIGHT: THE COMMITMENTS - Alan Parker's 1991 classic is about a working-class group of mates from Dublin's North Side band together to find fame and fortune as soul singers in this tuneful comedy/drama.


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