Directed by: Alan Rudolph Producers: Carolyn Pfeiffer, David Blocker Exec. Producer: Shep Gordon, Chris Blackwell TRT: 106 min. (USA) Enjoy a screening of the audaciously intriguing 1984 film “Choose Me”, followed by a conversation with special guest actress Rae Dawn Chong on the making of the film. Auteur director Alan Rudolph (Afterglow) writes […]
Written and Directed by Nima Beltijeh TRT: 92 min (Canada/Iran) (In Persian w/English subtitles) A teenager and his mother pursue utopia inside far-off lands. While waiting for their refugee status results, they encounter voluminous hardships.
Directed by Phillippe Niang (France/Haiti) in French and Haitian Creole with English subtitles. Feature: 195 min. including one 15 min. intermission. Toussaint Louverture is a two part, action-packed, epic film depicting the life of the Haitian leader who led the first successful slave revolt in world history, defeating Napoleon Bonaparte and winning independence for Haiti […]
Citizen Kane. The Third Man. Duel in the Sun. Magnificent Ambersons. Just a few titles of great films starring Petersburg’s very own Joseph Cotten. Join us at the Sol Cooper Gallery on October 10th during Friday for the Arts at 6 pm to view two of Cotten’s memorable performances in “Citizen Kane” and “The Third […]