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The Painting (2011) <h4>Sunday Family Films</h4>
In this wryly inventive parable, a kingdom is divided into the three castes: the impeccably painted Alldunns who reside in a majestic palace; the Halfies who the Painter has left incomplete; and the untouchable Sketchies, simple charcoal outlines who are banished to the cursed forest. Chastised for her forbidden love for an Alldunn and shamed by her unadorned face, Halfie Claire runs away into the forest. Her beloved Ramo and best friend Lola journey after her, passing between the forbidden Death Flowers that guard the boundaries of the forest (in one of the film’s most radiantly gorgeous scenes), and arriving finally at the very edge of the painting—where they tumble through the canvas and into the Painter’s studio. The abandoned workspace is strewn with paintings, each containing its own animated world—and in a feast for both the eyes and imagination, they explore first one picture and then another, attempting to discover just what the Painter has in mind for all his creations.
Sun 2/25/18 12:00PM Browning Cinema


The Point (1971) <h4>Sunday Family Films</h4>
With groovy animation, compelling music, and timeless messages, The Point is a classic cult film that is rarely seen in public exhibition. The creatures who live in the Land of Point all have pointy features, except Oblio, whose circular head is unusual. Singled out because of his appearance, Oblio is exiled to the Pointless Forest. In the process, he learns that it doesn't matter what you look like; what matters is who you are on the inside. Narrated by former Beatle Ringo Starr and featuring music by folk-rocker Harry Nilsson, this animated children's fable about individuality and self-esteem rings true today.
Sun 3/4/18 12:00PM Browning Cinema