Saturday, May 10th at 7:30pm, you won’t want to miss this special screening of The Revisionaries followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Scott Thurman. This thought-provoking, appropriately balanced film is wide-ranging in its appeal; anyone with an interest in US politics, education, religion–and especially the intersection of the three–will certainly appreciate this film and the discussion/awareness it seeks to inspire. Unrated. 92 minutes.
Tickets are $15 when you buy in advance. $20 at the door. Advance tickets can be purchased by calling 574.538-2434 or before any regularly scheduled screening or Art House event between now and May 10.
Become a Cinema Club Member for the price of 5 regularly priced movie tickets, then get your 6th movie absolutely free! Your membership will help to support Art House as we continue to grow and expand, allowing us to continue bringing you the very best independent films at an awesomely affordable price.
Regular Memberships are $40 (the price of 5 regularly priced movie tickets), and Student/Senior Memberships are $30 (the price of 5 student/senior movie tickets). Each membership gets you every sixth movie for free. Cinema Club Members may redeem their pre-paid movie tickets for any regularly priced movie screening.
You may purchase your Cinema Club Card at the Art House Box Office, which is open 30 minutes before all scheduled screening times. You may also purchase a card over the phone by calling 574.538.2434. If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message for Ellyn Church, the Venue Manager, and she will respond to your request promptly!
The Farmers Market Film Series will be screening Cafeteria Man (2013, Richard Chisolm) on Wednesday, April 16th at 6:30pm.
“Cafeteria Man is the true story of rebel chef Tony Geraci and his mission to radically reform Baltimore’s public school food system with a recipe for change” (imdb.com).
The event is free of charge. Donations to the Goshen Farmers Market are welcome.
“As the Berlin Wall crumbles, Katrine, the daughter of a Norwegian woman and a German occupation soldier, finds her idyllic life disrupted as she refuses to testify a trial against the Norwegian state on behalf of her fellow ‘war children'” (imdb.com).
Film is unrated. Runtime: 97 minutes.
Come see “Run and Jump” (2013, Steph Green) this weekend AND next weekend at Art House! If you loved Will Forte is “Nebraska” (nominated for Best Picture at this last Sunday’s Academy Awards), you’re going to love his convincing performance as a romantic lead in this not so typical romantic comedy/drama. Films can offer us an escape from our every day lives, but as I always like to say, great films force us to actually dive within and ask real questions about ourselves. While maintaining energy, humor, and excitement, this film also challenges us to ask questions about love, life and who we really are when the unexpected happens.
“Run and Jump” is unrated (our approximation: about PG-13 level) and runs 102 minutes.
So come join us at Art House this weekend for another weekend of great film!