Movies of Delray/Lake Worth
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The COVID-19 pandemic has put all movie theaters across the nation at risk of going dark for good. From small independent screens, movie theaters employ over 150,000 people and have formed a cornerstone of the American experience for generations. Without swift action from Congress, theaters could close forever, depriving audiences of the magic of movies for years to come.
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There will be a live Q&A this Sunday, August 2nd at 7:00pm ET. The conversation will feature the filmmakers and the ACLU lawyers featured in the film, in conversation with Ann Hornaday, chief film critic at The Washington Post.
You will be able to access the live Q&A through the same link that you purchased the film and it will be archived for those who miss the livestream. You can click through to this link. The video will become active at 7:00pm ET. . The participants will answer questions submitted via the live chat.
In addition, there’s a pre-recorded discussion immediately following the film featuring Kerry Washington and the five ACLU lawyers featured in the film (Brigitte Amiri, Lee Gelernt, Dale Ho, Joshua Block, and Chase Strangio). This conversation is exclusive to all virtual cinema participants.
The Fight is an inspiring, emotional insider look at how these important battles are fought and the legal gladiators on the front lines fighting them. When a mother is separated from her child, a soldier is threatened to lose his career, a young woman’s right to choose is imperiled at the pleasure of a government official, and the ability to exercise our basic right to vote is threatened, the consequences can be devastating to us and to future generations.
House of Hummingbird
14-year-old Eun-hee moves through life like a hummingbird searching for a taste of sweetness wherever she may find it. Ignored by her parents and abused by her brother, she finds her escape by roaming the neighborhood with her best friend, going on adventures, exploring young love and experiencing everything that comes with growing up in a country on the brink of enormous change. A Well Go USA release.
Born into poverty in rural Jamaica, Bob Marley became a prophet for the world’s oppressed, preaching peace, love, and understanding with a universal language - song. On what would have been Marley’s seventy-fifth birthday, Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald combines unheard tracks, unseen footage, and intimate interviews to paint a definitive portrait of the legendary artist.
Stage Russia in HD - Onegin
Timofey Kulyabin's Golden Mask Award winning Onegin removes all expectations of Pushkin's novel in verse and places you not in some historical epoch, but in today's world, immersed in the inner thoughts, hopes, despairs, passions and disappointments that drift in, through and around the 4 central figures, Onegin, Tatiana, Olga and Lensky. There are no grand balls, no fans, no lorgnettes, no "Encyclopedia of Russian life". Just a quiet love story that perfectly conveys the attitude of the great poet and how very much his masterwork still resonates with our 21st century reality.
A tender, heart-breaking story about one young man and his friendship with Sigmund Freud during the Nazi occupation of Vienna.
Seventeen-year-old Franz journeys to Vienna to apprentice at a tobacco shop. There he meets Sigmund Freud (Bruno Ganz), a regular customer, and over time the two very different men form a singular friendship
Ella Fitzgerald was a 15 year-old street kid when she won a talent contest in 1934 at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem. Within months she was a star. “Ella: Just One of Those Things” follows her extraordinary journey over six decades as her sublime voice transforms the tragedies of her own life and the troubles of her times into joy.
The film uses never-before-seen images and unheard interviews to bring Ella Fitzgerald to life and to tell the story of her music. - a black woman who makes her career in the face of horrifying racism.
And The Birds Rained Down
In this meditative drama about time and friendship, award-winning director Louise Archambault (Familia, Gabrielle) weaves together the stories of three aging hermits who have left their former lives and gone ‘off the grid’ into the Quebec landscape. Living in a remote forest near a lake, Tom, Charlie, and Ted pass the time by tending to their neighbor’s cannabis crop, swimming, singing, and reminiscing.
Seventeen-year-old Ariela is overshadowed by her strict military father who inflicts severe methods of punishment as a form of discipline. When she commits a grave error that he isn't willing to punish her for, she seeks a punishment of her own. Ariela embarks on a dark quest where she will discover a secret to her father's past that will lead them to confront one another.
Flannery is the lyrical, intimate exploration of the life and work of author Flannery O’Connor, whose distinctive Southern Gothic style influenced a generation of artists and activists. Including conversations with those who knew her and those inspired by her (Mary Karr, Tommy Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, Hilton Als and more), Flannery employs never-before-seen archival footage, newly discovered personal letters and her own published words alongside original animations and music to examine the life and legacy of an American literary icon.
John Lewis: Good Trouble
Chronicles the life and career of the legendary civil rights activist and Democratic Representative from Georgia, and celebrates his 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform, and immigration. explores his childhood experiences, his inspiring family and his fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1957.
Immediately following the feature, there will be a pre-recorded discussion between Representative Lewis and Oprah Winfrey, filmed last month and being made available exclusively for virtual cinema and in-theater engagements of the film.
Tomaz, a former soldier who is left homeless after an accident and takes refuge in the decaying home of Magda, a lonely young woman in desperate need of help as she cares for her ailing mother. At first hesitant, Magda soon welcomes Tomaz into their lives. But as he gets closer to and begins to fall for Magda, Tomaz notices strange and unexplainable phenomena.
A Regular Woman
Based on the tragic “honor killing” of Hatun Aynur Sürücü in Berlin in 2005, the film A REGULAR WOMAN portrays the short life of a free spirited young woman living with an ultra-conservative Turkish Muslim family in Berlin. Aynur escapes the abusive family and struggles to attain independence, only to be shot to death by her youngest brother shortly before she is set to move away.
Anna Bronsky is a violin teacher at a music-focused high school. Despite the opposition of all other teachers, Anna drives through the admission of a student, Alexander, in whom she detects a remarkable talent. Her colleague Christian, with whom she has an affair, persuades her to join a quintet. When she fails during their joint concert, the pressure mounts and she focuses all her attention on her student Alexander. Come the day of the exam, events take a tragic turn
Now Available for Virtual Screenings!
Spotlight Shorts presented with the Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival.
Below find some of our favorite short films for your enjoyment.
Available for all to watch for free!
Be sure to click each Spotlight.
You will be able to watch the film for 72 hours on any of the following devices unless noted.
VIRTUAL CINEMA VIEWING OPTIONS
- Desktop Computer
- Your mobile device
IMPORTANT NOTE: The only way to watch any of these films on a television is to mirror or cast your device to your television.