Summer Movies on the Green: Beauty and the Beast (Animation and Live Action)
Aug
26
5:00pm 5:00pm

Summer Movies on the Green: Beauty and the Beast (Animation and Live Action)

BE OUR GUEST to the first in a long line of films (indoor and outdoor) that we will show for FREE this year! Grab your blanket, your roommate, a neighbor and some snacks. Then bring them all to the Weill Hall Green at the GMC for a special double feature! We will be showing both the cartoon and the live action Beauty and the Beast films!  We’ll provide the film, free popcorn, lots of grass to lounge and a beautiful night I am sure.  Please note that this is a community event and get there early to reserve your spot! Feel free to bring other food and beverages (no alcohol please).

Beauty and the Beast Original: 5 PM

Live Action: 7 PM

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Social Justice Film Series Presents: Moonlight + Free Pizza
Sep
19
5:00pm 5:00pm

Social Justice Film Series Presents: Moonlight + Free Pizza

A chronicle of the childhood, adolescence and burgeoning adulthood of a young, African-American, gay man growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. Starring Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp, Duan Sanderson   Join us as we watch and discuss the film afterwards with Kim D. Hester Williams, Professor English & American Multicultural Studies. Free pizza!!

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Social Justice Film Series Presents: Hidden Figures
Oct
16
5:30pm 5:30pm

Social Justice Film Series Presents: Hidden Figures

As America stood on the brink of a Second World War, the push for aeronautical advancement grew even greater, spurring an insatiable demand for mathematicians. women were the solution. Ushered into the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory  1935 to shoulder the burden of number crunching, they acted as human computers, freeing the engineers of hand. calculation in the decades before the digital age. Sharp and successful, the female population at Langley skyrocketed. 

Many of these "computers" are finally getting their due, but conspicuously missing from this story of female achievement are the efforts contributed by courageous, African-American women. Called the West Computers, after the area to which they were relegate, they helped blaze a trail for mathematicians and engineers of all races and genders to follow. Join us as we watch and discuss the film afterwards with Dr. Sara Kassis, Adjunct Professor of Engineering Science and the Director for Women in Tech.

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Social Justice Film Series Presents: The Zoo Keeper's Wife
Nov
13
5:30pm 5:30pm

Social Justice Film Series Presents: The Zoo Keeper's Wife

The time is 1939 and the place is Poland, homeland of Antonina Zabinski and her husband, Dr. Jan Zabinski. The Warsaw Zoo flourishes under Jan's stewardship and Antonina's care. When their country is invaded by the Nazis, Jan and Antonina are forced to report to the Reich's newly appointed chief zoologist, Lutz Heck. The Zabinskis covertly begin working with the Resistance and put into action plans to save the lives of hundreds from what has become the Warsaw Ghetto.  Join us as we watch and discuss the film afterwards with film discussion with Dr. Elaine Leeder, Dean Emerita/Professor of Sociology      

Plus, Free pizza!

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Summer Movies on the Green: Little Mermaid and Moana
Jul
22
5:00pm 5:00pm

Summer Movies on the Green: Little Mermaid and Moana

Little Mermaid | 5 PM

In Disney's beguiling animated romp, rebellious 16-year-old mermaid Ariel (Jodi Benson) is fascinated with life on land. On one of her visits to the surface, which are forbidden by her controlling father, King Triton, she falls for a human prince. Determined to be with her new love, Ariel makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula (Pat Carroll) to become human for three days. But when plans go awry for the star-crossed lovers, the king must make the ultimate sacrifice for his daughter.

Moana playing after Little Mermaid

The epic journey continues for "Moana" fans as Walt Disney Animation Studios introduces an all-new sing-along version of the hit, critically-lauded comedy-adventure "Moana." From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes "Moana," a sweeping, CG-animated adventure about a spirited teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master wayfinder and fulfill her ancestors' unfinished quest. During her journey, Moana meets the once-mighty demi-god Maui, and together, they traverse the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous fiery creatures and impossible odds.

 

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Movie On The Green Series ft.  La La Land
May
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

Movie On The Green Series ft. La La Land

Take  a break from studying for finals and join us on the GMC Lawn as we view La La Land, which has been nominated for 14 Oscars! The story of Mia, an aspiring actress, and Sebastian, a dedicated jazz musician, struggling to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams in a city known for destroying hopes and breaking hearts. With modern day Los Angeles as the backdrop, this musical about everyday life explores what is more important: a once-in-a-lifetime love or the spotlight. Starring Ryan Gossling and Emma Stone. You bring your blankets, we’ll bring the movie , and have a beautiful evening under the stars and some popcorn.

Watch for future Movie on the Green films in July, August and September 2017!

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Celebrating John F. Kennedy Centennary
May
7
7:00pm 7:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Celebrating John F. Kennedy Centennary

In the late 1950’s, seeking to invigorate the American documentary format, Robert Drew, assembled an amazing team—including such eventual nonfiction luminaries as Richard Leacock, D. A. Pennebaker, and Albert Maysles—that would transform documentary cinema. In 1960, the group was granted direct access to John F. Kennedy, filming him on the campaign trail and eventually in the Oval Office. This resulted in three films of remarkable, behind-closed-doors intimacy—Primary, Adventures on the New Frontier, and Crisis—and, following the president’s assassination, the poetic short Faces of November.

TONIGHT’S FILMS

CRISIS (1963, 53 min.) features both Kennedy brothers trying to maneuver around the University of Alabama integration crisis, with Governor George Wallace blocking the doors.

FACES OF NOVEMBER (1963, 12 min.) is a simple, wordless portrait of a traumatized nation.

For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents Celebrating John F. Kennedy Centennary
May
5
7:00pm 7:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents Celebrating John F. Kennedy Centennary

In the late 1950’s, seeking to invigorate the American documentary format, Robert Drew, assembled an amazing team—including such eventual nonfiction luminaries as Richard Leacock, D. A. Pennebaker, and Albert Maysles—that would transform documentary cinema. In 1960, the group was granted direct access to John F. Kennedy, filming him on the campaign trail and eventually in the Oval Office. This resulted in three films of remarkable, behind-closed-doors intimacy—Primary, Adventures on the New Frontier, and Crisis—and, following the president’s assassination, the poetic short Faces of November.

TONIGHT’S FILMS

PRIMARY(1960, 52 min.) follows the Wisconsin primary election between John Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey for the Democratic nomination for President.

ADVENTURES ON THE NEW FRONTIER (1961, 52 min.) follows the newly-elected President in the White House as he conducts his daily business.

For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Starless Dreams
Apr
28
to Apr 30

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Starless Dreams

“It took seven years for veteran documentarian Mehrdad Oskouei to get permission to make a film in a rehabilitation centre for juvenile delinquent women in Iran. The result is a thoughtful and complex portrait of young women at the extreme margins of Iranian society. Whilst their crimes – from pick pocketing to drug dealing and manslaughter – paint a bleak picture, it is the crimes of society against them that come into sharper focus as we begin to understand their backgrounds. Oskouei doesn’t shy away from being reflexive in his role as filmmaker, as he invites us to share in the young women’s hopes and dreams as they contemplate life outside the centre. Amongst its numerous accolades, the film won the Amnesty International Film Prize at the Berlinale and Oskouei was honoured with a True Vision Award at True/False Film Festival earlier this year.” - Elhum Shakerifar, British Film Institute (2016, 76 min., in Persian w/English subtitles).  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Friday 7 PM

Sunday 4 PM

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, The Wind Will Carry US
Apr
21
to Apr 23

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, The Wind Will Carry US

The late, great Abbas Kiarostami’s masterpiece about a Tehrani camera crew posing as engineers to film the funeral of a 100-year-old village woman expected to die at any moment, marks a culmination of the filmmaker’s desire for a cinema that encourages the viewer, in his words, “to complete the film.” In a string of sequences that flow and blend into each other, the interactions between the outsiders functioning under certain false pretenses and the locals trying to go about their own lives isn’t a formula for facile conflict, but rather the premise for a profound meditation on existence spanning centuries of culture and human activity. (1999, 118 min., in Persian w/English subtitles).  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Friday April 21 | 7 PM

Sunday April 23 | 4 PM

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Earth Day Film: Time To Choose Documentary on LoboVision
Apr
19
7:00pm 7:00pm

Earth Day Film: Time To Choose Documentary on LoboVision

Academy Award®-Winning documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson (Inside Job, No End in Sight) turns his lens to address worldwide climate change challenges and solutions in his new film TIME TO CHOOSE. Featuring narration by award-winning actor Oscar Isaac, TIME TO CHOOSE leaves audiences understanding not only what is wrong, but what can to be done to fix this global threat. Ferguson explores the comprehensive scope of the climate change crisis and examines the power of solutions already available. Through interviews with world-renowned entrepreneurs, innovators, thought leaders and brave individuals living on the front lines of climate change, Ferguson takes an In-depth look at the remarkable people working to save our planet.

Free Non GMO popcorn! Donate clothes to the clothing drive at this event too!

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Yeah Maybe No Film Screening and Discussion
Apr
19
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yeah Maybe No Film Screening and Discussion

Yeah Maybe No follows Blake, a young gay man who is coming to terms with being a survivor of sexual assault and compares his experience with the filmmaker's own rape. Blake asks whether his assault is really “that bad” since it doesn’t follow a stereotypical depiction of sexual violence. In the process, he tests the limits of what does and does not count as a crime.

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, The Groove Is Not Trivial
Apr
14
to Apr 16

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, The Groove Is Not Trivial

“Music is the universal language of mankind’ is a sentiment that Alasdair Fraser lives from the tips of his fiddle-playing fingers right down to the marrow in his bones. Raised in Scotland in a time when traditional music and language were suppressed, Fraser has spent his adult life in Northern California reclaiming his culture and hosting multi-generational music camps in three countries. His unconventional style of teaching gives people permission to explore their own voices and tap into the rhythmic undercurrent at the root of music and identity—be it individual, cultural, or globally human. Whether you’re a musician, a fan of traditional Scottish music, or someone who simply appreciates sincere, joyful artistic expression, pull up a chair (or put on your dancing shoes) and join the cèilidh!” – Mill Valley Film Festival (2016, 60 min.) Filmmaker Tommie Dell Smith will be here TONIGHT  to introduce the film and answer questions after the screening.  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Friday 7 PM

Sunday 4 PM

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CODE: Debugging The Gender Gap Film Screening and Discussion
Apr
14
5:00pm 5:00pm

CODE: Debugging The Gender Gap Film Screening and Discussion

CODE exposes the dearth of American female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap, raising the question:  What would society gain from having more women and minorities in the tech industry, and how do we get there?

Tech jobs are growing three times faster than our colleges are producing computer science graduates. By 2020, there will be one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the USA. Through compelling interviews, artistic animation and clever flashpoints in popular culture, CODE documentary examines the reasons why more girls and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis. Expert voices from the worlds of tech, psychology, science, and education are intercut with inspiring stories of women who are engaged in the fight to challenge complacency in the tech industry and have their voices heard. CODE aims to inspire change in mindsets, in the educational system, in startup culture and in the way women see themselves in the field of coding.

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SPECIAL SONOMA FILM INSTITUTE EVENT  FEATURING, KALPANA- A Film By Uday Shankar
Apr
7
7:00pm 7:00pm

SPECIAL SONOMA FILM INSTITUTE EVENT FEATURING, KALPANA- A Film By Uday Shankar

The sole film of celebrated Indian dancer Uday Shankar (older brother of sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar), Kalpana is a vibrant dance-drama that revolves around a young dancer’s dream of forming his own dance academy. Originally filmed in 1948, it was restored in 2008 by The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project, founded by Martin Scorsese, at Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata in association with the family of Uday Shankar, the National Film Archive of India, and Dungarpur Films.

The film is presented at Schroeder Hall Friday, April 7, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. as part of a weekend celebrating Indian culture. Other activities include an International symposium entitled “The Evolution of Song and Dance in Hindi Cinema” Saturday, April 8 from 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. and a performance and pre-concert lecture by Leela Dance, the world’s leading Kathak artists, Saturday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Weill Hall. The symposium is free and open to the public; the pre-concert lecture is for concert ticket-holders only. Tickets on sale at the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or online at tickets.sonoma.edu

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, FOREVER
Apr
2
4:00pm 4:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, FOREVER

“Pere-Lachaise is the largest cemetery in Paris and the final repository of the famous. Among its occupants are medieval lovers Heloise and Abelard; Modernist icons Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein, and sixties rocker Jim Morrison. Through its gates come tourists toting cameras to the burial site of Marcel Proust (though they might never have read him) and who sing at the gravesite of Yves Montand. Widows of well-remembered husbands, meanwhile, sweep their late spouses’ gravestones and water the flowers. Into this ripe milieu, Heddy Honigmann – Peruvian-born Dutch documentarian and career-long chronicler of dislocation – brings the unique perspective and boundless curiosity, looking for the key to art and eternity, the allure of a celebrity afterlife and the solace to be found in a necropolis of stars… Honigmann has made a film of great tenderness as well as profound integrity.” – SFIFF (2007, 95 min., in French w/English subtitles).  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

 

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, FOREVER
Mar
31
7:00pm 7:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, FOREVER

“Pere-Lachaise is the largest cemetery in Paris and the final repository of the famous. Among its occupants are medieval lovers Heloise and Abelard; Modernist icons Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein, and sixties rocker Jim Morrison. Through its gates come tourists toting cameras to the burial site of Marcel Proust (though they might never have read him) and who sing at the gravesite of Yves Montand. Widows of well-remembered husbands, meanwhile, sweep their late spouses’ gravestones and water the flowers. Into this ripe milieu, Heddy Honigmann – Peruvian-born Dutch documentarian and career-long chronicler of dislocation – brings the unique perspective and boundless curiosity, looking for the key to art and eternity, the allure of a celebrity afterlife and the solace to be found in a necropolis of stars… Honigmann has made a film of great tenderness as well as profound integrity.” – SFIFF (2007, 95 min., in French w/English subtitles).  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

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Scene It Big Screen Movie Night ft. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Mar
25
9:00pm 9:00pm

Scene It Big Screen Movie Night ft. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Jyn Erso, a Rebellion soldier and criminal, is about to experience her biggest challenge yet when Mon Mothma sets her out on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. With help from the Rebels, a master swordsman, and non-allied forces, Jyn will be in for something bigger than she thinks. Starring Felicity Jones, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, SOUL ON A STRING
Mar
24
to Mar 26

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, SOUL ON A STRING

Zhang Yang (Shower, Paths of the Soul) adapts two novels by Tibetan writer Tashi Dawa for this stunning mystical epic about a killer on the run who is entrusted with a sacred mission. After discovering a sacred stone in the mouth of a deer, Taibei, a lone Tibetan cowboy, embarks on a spiritual quest: to bring it back to a holy mountain. On the way, he encounters a passionate woman, a mute with psychic powers, and two vengeful brothers. With gorgeous, sweeping cinematography of Tibet’s majestic steppes and sprawling deserts, this unconventional Asian Western pairs swordfights with the Buddhist philosophy of letting go. “Shot in some of the most spectacular landscapes on earth, the film is anything but a straightforward document of Tibetan folklore and religion. It's an epic, magical, and visually stunning tale of karmic returns, of hate and love, and it draws its strength from the eternal power of timeless stories.” - Giovanna Fulvi, TIFF (2016, 142 min., in Tibetan w/English subtitles) For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Friday & Sunday | 7PM

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, APUR SANSAR (The World of Apu)
Mar
11
to Mar 12

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, APUR SANSAR (The World of Apu)

“If Ray had made nothing but APUR SANSAR he would go down in film history as one of the great directors. In essence the film is a love story so fresh and spontaneous that one feels Ray created it entirely out of his own spirit, as if it were the world's first love story. The lyric Shakespeare of ‘Romeo and Juliet' comes to mind - in the scene in which the lovers see each other for the first time - only Ray has done it all visually. The morning after the wedding night Apu rises to discover that his bride has secretly tied him to her. A more exquisite symbol for a love both passionate and humorous is inconceivable. This originality, always returning to the wellspring of human feeling, is apparent throughout the film. If ever there has been a humanist work from an alien culture completely accessible to Occidentals, APUR SANSAR is that work.” - Berkeley Cinema Guild (1959, 106 min., in Bengali w/English subtitles)

Sonoma State University Hutchins School Professor Dr. Ajay Gehlawat will introduce the film before this screening. For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Dates:

Friday, March 10 @ 7pm

Sunday, March 12 @ 4pm

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Scene It Big Screen Movie Night ft. Dr Strange
Mar
4
9:00pm 9:00pm

Scene It Big Screen Movie Night ft. Dr Strange

After a horrible car accident, brilliant neurosurgeon Stephen Strange must find a way and a cure to healing his hands. His quest brings him to Kamar-Taj in Nepal where he studies under the Ancient One, who teaches him the ways of magic and alternate realities. With new skills of inter-dimensional travel and spells, Strange soon discovers that he must protect the world from a deadly enemy who is out to destroy it.  Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, La Chienne
Mar
3
to Mar 5

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, La Chienne

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, La Chienne @7pm; Ives 101

Jean Renoir’s first great sound classic. LA CHIENNE is the story of an unhappily married middle-aged bank clerk, played by Michel Simon. His only passion in life is for painting, which he does in his spare time until he becomes obsessed with a prostitute (Janie Mareze). In his “Dictionary of Films,” Georges Sadoul notes, “Out of melodrama Renoir created a very realistic social portrait of certain aspects of Montmartre life. Even in this, his first sound feature, Renoir used depth-of-field to characterize the personalities in their social milieu.” (1931, 100 min., in French w/English subtitles). For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Dates:

Friday, March 3 @ 7pm

Sunday, March 5 @ 4pm

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Lamb
Feb
24
7:00pm 7:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Lamb

Yared Zeleke's remarkable feature debut tells the story of young Ephraim, a half-Jewish, Ethiopian boy who is sent by his father to live among distant relatives after his mother’s death. Ephraim uses his cooking skills to carve out a place among his cousins, but when his uncle decides that his beloved sheep must be sacrificed for the next religious feast, he will do anything to save the animal and return home. Drawing amazing performances from his cast of professional and non-professional actors, LAMB is the first film from Ethiopia to be included in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival and the country’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar. (2015, 94 min., in Amharic w/English subtitles). Co-Sponsored by the United Nations Association of Sonoma County.  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, In The Heat Of The Night
Feb
17
to Feb 19

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, In The Heat Of The Night

SFI celebrates the 50th Anniversary of this landmark film and the 90th birthday of its star, Sidney Poitier. Poitier is devastatingly cool and charismatic as Philadelphia homicide detective Virgil Tibbs in this multi-Oscar-winning Deep South murder mystery. Tibbs is teamed with a racist redneck sheriff (Rod Steiger) to help with the investigation, and the pair make for a riveting partnership in a film that’s equally entertaining, atmospheric and insightful about the era’s desperately strained race relations. Directed by Norman Jewison. (1967, 110 min.).  For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Dates:

Friday, February 17 @ 7pm

Sunday, February 19 @ 4pm

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Original Copy
Feb
12
4:00pm 4:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Original Copy

“Set in a crumbling cinema palace in Mumbai Central, ORIGINAL COPY is a charming portrait of artist and guru Sheikh Rehman – one of the last hand-painters of colorful Bollywood posters, packed with romance and action. This intimate doc provides a window into a world in transition: while Rehman cajoles his team into hand-painting unique billboards every week, modernity is taking over. Today’s films are publicized on plastic posters, and audiences are swarming to multiplexes. Rehman is the keeper of a disappearing artform, but he won’t give up. Neither will the theater’s owner Najma, valuing history and heritage over profits. Ultimately, this exemplary and insightful doc is about the magic of cinema, its power to forge culture and community, and the changing face of India’s film industry.” – San Francisco South Asian Film Festival (2015, 95 min., in Hindi and English w/English subtitles). For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Original Copy
Feb
10
7:00pm 7:00pm

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, Original Copy

“Set in a crumbling cinema palace in Mumbai Central, ORIGINAL COPY is a charming portrait of artist and guru Sheikh Rehman – one of the last hand-painters of colorful Bollywood posters, packed with romance and action. This intimate doc provides a window into a world in transition: while Rehman cajoles his team into hand-painting unique billboards every week, modernity is taking over. Today’s films are publicized on plastic posters, and audiences are swarming to multiplexes. Rehman is the keeper of a disappearing artform, but he won’t give up. Neither will the theater’s owner Najma, valuing history and heritage over profits. Ultimately, this exemplary and insightful doc is about the magic of cinema, its power to forge culture and community, and the changing face of India’s film industry.” – San Francisco South Asian Film Festival (2015, 95 min., in Hindi and English w/English subtitles). For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

 

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Sonoma Film Institute Presents, LUPE UNDER THE SUN (Lupe Bajo el Sol)
Feb
3
to Feb 5

Sonoma Film Institute Presents, LUPE UNDER THE SUN (Lupe Bajo el Sol)

Long estranged from his family in Michoacán, migrant laborer Lupe finds relief from the backbreaking work of harvesting peaches in California’s Central Valley through beer-drenched camaraderie and a quiet love affair with fellow immigrant Gloria. Playing with the limits between fiction and documentary, director Rodrigo Reyes worked with non-professional actors, real farmworkers living in the heart of California, to tell a moving drama about an aging peach picker who wants to go back to his home in Mexico before he dies. Inspired by the life of his own grandfather, Reyes’ unforgettable film heralds the arrival of an important new voice in American cinema. (2016, 78 min., in Spanish and English w/English subtitles) For more information about the Sonoma Film Institute, go to http://www.sonoma.edu/sfi/schedule/

Dates:

February 3 @ 7pm

February 5 @ 4pm

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