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The Florida Project (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
Warm, winning, and now officially nominated for an Oscar, The Florida Project is Sean Baker’s follow-up to the critical darling Tangerine. This deeply moving and poignant look at childhood is set on a stretch of highway just outside the imagined utopia of Disney World and follows six-year-old Moonee (Brooklynn Prince, who gobbled up accolades) and her rebellious mother Halley (Bria Vinai) over the course of a single summer. The two live week to week at The Magic Castle, a budget hotel managed by Bobby (Willem Dafoe, who looks potentially poised to win an Oscar). Bobby’s stern exterior hides a deep reservoir of kindness and compassion that protects Moonee in many ways. Despite her harsh surroundings, the precocious and ebullient Moonee has no trouble making each day a celebration of life, her endless afternoons overflowing with mischief and grand adventure given her unique awareness and ignorance of the world around her.
Fri 2/23/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema
Fri 2/23/18 9:30PM Browning Cinema
Sat 2/24/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema
Sat 2/24/18 9:30PM Browning Cinema


Loving Vincent (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
A film so unique it is literally a first of its kind, that being the first feature-length fully painted animated film. Each of the 65,000 frames in Loving Vincent is an oil painting on canvas, replicating the same classical techniques employed by Van Gogh, and was created by a team of 125 painters. The story surrounding the artistic style is Van Gogh’s life (or more specifically his death) as it unpacks the deep unsolved mysteries that surround the death of famed painter.
Sun 2/25/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema


The Shape of Water (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
The frontrunner to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, The Shape of Water sees Guillermo del Toro blend many of his standard storylines (dark fantasy, science-fiction, and period gothicism) into a very atmospheric and very green-hued crowd pleaser. Starring is Sally Hawkins (perhaps best known for her work in Mike Leigh films) as Elisa, a mute, isolated woman who works as a cleaning lady in a hidden, high-security government laboratory in 1962 Baltimore. She discovers the lab's classified secret—a mysterious creature from South America that lives in a water tank. As Elisa develops a unique bond with her new friend, she soon learns that its fate and very survival lies in the hands of a hostile government agent and a marine biologist.
Fri 3/2/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema
Fri 3/2/18 9:30PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/3/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/3/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/3/18 9:30PM Browning Cinema
Sun 3/4/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema


I, Tonya (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
In 1991, the talented figure skater Tonya Harding, who did not grow up in the fairy tale world that female figure skaters often feel pressured to create on the ice, becomes the first American woman to complete a triple axel during a competition. In 1994, her world comes crashing down when her ex-husband conspires to injure Nancy Kerrigan, a fellow Olympic hopeful, in a poorly conceived attack that forces the young woman to withdraw from the national championship. Harding's life and legacy instantly become tarnished as she's forever associated with one of the most infamous scandals in sports history.
Fri 3/9/18 7:00PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/10/18 7:00PM Browning Cinema
Sun 3/11/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema


The Post (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
During a time when journalism finds itself under fire on many fronts (including internally), Steven Spielberg turns his particular approach to historical dramas to one of the biggest stories to ever break. Meryl Streep plays Katharine Graham, who heads The Washington Post and was the first female publisher of a major American newspaper. With help from her editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks), Graham races to catch up with The New York Times to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets that spans three decades and four U.S. presidents. Together, they must overcome their differences as they risk their careers and potential incarceration to help bring long-buried truths to light.
Fri 3/16/18 7:00PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/17/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/17/18 7:00PM Browning Cinema
Sun 3/18/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema


Itzhak (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
Fresh from the festival circuit, this documentary about the life, music, and religious heritage of Kennedy Center Honoree and national treasure Itzhak Perlman comes to the Browning Cinema roughly a month before the legend performs at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on April 29. The event will also mark the sneak preview of the films that will play at the 2018 Michiana Jewish Film Festival, which runs from May 14-18.
Sun 3/18/18 3:00PM Browning Cinema


Song of Granite (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
Born in an Irish-speaking district in Galway at the tail end of World War I, Joe Heaney learned the traditional singing style (sean-nós) of his hometown. Later learning English and overcoming shyness, he became an incredibly popular star both in Ireland and abroad. Pat Collins (director of Silence) dramatizes Heaney’s life, taking snapshots from various moments in his fascinating life and timeless music, and cuts it with documentary footage to create an important film for Irish music, culture, and language.
Thu 3/22/18 7:00PM Browning Cinema


Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
Stevie Salas scheduled to appear and discussion to follow.

This new documentary explores the integral Native American influence on popular music history, despite attempts to ban, censor, and erase Native culture in the United States. Tracing through various moments and genres in American music history, the documentary strays from standard documentary film address with playful re-creations to highlight little-known stories, supplementing that with concert footage, archives, and interviews.
Fri 3/23/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema


Faces Places (2017) <h4>New at the Browning</h4>
A leading figure of the French New Waves (specifically its Left Bank subset), Agnès Varda is still making celebrated films (Faces Places received an Oscar nomination for Best Feature Documentary) at 89 years of age. In her latest experimental-yet-warm film, she and professional photographer and muralist JR hit the countryside, an often-tackled subject for Varda. Together, they travel around France in a special box truck equipped as a portable photo booth and printing facility as they take photographs of people around the country. With that inspiration, they also create special colossal mural pictures of individuals, communities and places they want to honor and celebrate. Along the way, the old cinematic veteran and the young artistic idealist enjoy an odd friendship as they chat and explore their views on the world as only they can.
Fri 3/23/18 9:30PM Browning Cinema
Sat 3/24/18 6:30PM Browning Cinema


Young Marx (2017) <h4>National Theatre Live</h4>
It’s 1850, and Europe’s most feared terrorist is hiding in Dean Street, Soho. Broke, restless, and horny, the 32-year-old revolutionary is a frothing combination of intellectual brilliance, invective, satiric wit, and child-like emotional illiteracy. Creditors, spies, rival revolutionary factions, and prospective seducers of his beautiful wife all circle like vultures. His writing blocked, his marriage dying, his friend Engels in despair at his wasted genius, his only hope is a job on the railway. But there’s still no one in the capital who can show you a better night on the piss than Karl Heinrich Marx.
Sat 3/24/18 1:00PM Browning Cinema