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66 years of excellence





dir. Jon Kean, Documentary, Not Rated,USA, English, 2018, 83 min.

“You’re free. Go home” Most Holocaust films end with these words, the very words that survivors heard at liberation. After Auschwitz begins with these words, inviting audiences to experience what happened next. For survivors, liberation from the camps was the beginning of a life long struggle. They wanted to go home, but there was no home left in Europe. They came to America and wanted to tell people about their pasts but were silenced for over three decades. “You’re in America now, put it behind you”. After Auschwitz is a “Post-Holocaust” documentary that captures what it means to survive and try to live a normal life after unspeakable tragedy. Six extraordinary women who all survived Auschwitz take us on a journey that American audiences have never seen before.






dir. Sergi Corbucci, Western, Not Rated, Italy, Italian, 1968, 105 min.

On an unforgiving, snow swept frontier, a group of bloodthirsty bounty hunters, led by the vicious Loco (Klaus Kinski) prey on a band of persecuted outlaws who have taken to the hills. As the price on each head is collected one-by-one, only a mute gunslinger named Silence (Jean-Louis Trintignant) stands between the innocent refuges and the greed and corruption that the bounty hunters represent. But, in this harsh, brutal world, the lines between right and wrong aren't always clear and good doesn't always triumph. The Ultimate Spaghetti Western Starring the ever mad Klaus Kinski and the ever classic Jean Louis Trintignant. Naturally the music is by Ennio Morricone The 1968 movie that inspired Quentin Tarrintino released in the US for the 1st time in 50 years







JUNE 8 – JUNE 14

dir. Mathew Porterfield, Drama, Rated “R”, USA, English, 2018, 101 min

Keith (McCaul Lombardi) is a twenty-four-year-old newly released from prison and living with his father (Jim Belushi) under house arrest in Baltimore. Keith is struggling to reestablish himself, and break free of the bonds forged behind bars, within a community scarred by unemployment, neglect, and deeply entrenched segregation. His intentions are in the right place and he possesses an aggressive desire to get back on his feet, but as he taps into all his familiar resources, he finds that he may be reverting to his old ways. 





JUNE 8 – JUNE 14


dir. Jeon Jin and Moon Chang-Yong, Documentary, Not Rated, South Korea, Hindi & Tibetan with English subtitles, 2018, 95 min.

After a Buddhist boy in the highlands of northern India discovers that he is the reincarnation of a centuries-old Tibetan monk, his godfather takes him on a journey to discover his past.







JUNE 15 – JUNE 21

dir. Claire Denis, Drama / Comedy / Romance, Not Rated, France, French, 2018, 94 min.dir. Mathew Porterfield, Drama, Rated “R”, USA, English, 2018, 101 min

The incomparable Juilette Binoche as Isabelle, a Parisian artist, divorced mother, looking for love, true love at last. By Claire Denis, director of Chocolat, Beau Travail and numerous other award winning movies.  





JUNE 15 – JUNE 21


dir. Asia Argento, Drama, Not Rated, Italian, Italian / French with English subtitles, 2002, 90 min

The debut feature of Asia Argento, daughter of famed horror director Dario Argento, this film follows Anna Battista (Argento), a celebrated and debauched actress, through her breakneck adventures. Asia Argento, one of the earliest and most vociferous accusers of Harvey Weinstein puts her youthful wild years in Hollywood on film. Adult situations and nudity indulgent, masochistic, brave, and go-for-broke” Village Voice






JUNE 29 – JULY 5

dir. Silas Howard, Drama / Family, Not Rated, USA, English, 2018, 92 min.

Brooklyn parents Alex (Claire Danes) and Greg (Jim Parsons) are lucky to have a kid like Jake. Their four-year-old is bright, precocious, creative—and just happens to prefer Disney princesses to toy cars and skirts to jeans. Jake’s “gender expansive” behavior—as local preschool director Judy (Octavia Spencer) dubs it—is no big deal to Alex and Greg. Or so it seems, until the process of navigating New York City’s hyper-competitive private school system opens up a parental quagmire: could Jake’s gender nonconformity be just the thing that gives their child an edge in the admissions game? How young is too young to put a label on a child’s identity? Is this just a phase, or is Jake truly transgender? Split in their opinions on how to handle the situation, Alex and Greg find themselves navigating an emotional and ethical minefield with one patch of common ground between them: their fierce desire to do what’s right for Jake.   

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JUNE 29 – JULY 5


dir. Amanda Roxborough, Documentary / Biography / Sport, Not Rate, USA, Engish, 2018, 65 min.

This inspirational documentary tells the story of lifelong horseman Ernst Oertel. After a fall in a routine training accident, he experiences complications in the healing process and is then faced with the stark reality that his left leg must be amputated. This powerful film shares his struggles, both physical and emotional and his passion and determination to return to his life with horses. Ernst is an inspiration to all, especially the horse community who understand how almost unfathomable his return to riding is and this documentary film shares his unwavering drive and success in returning to his exciting life in horse racing in the UAE where he trains and lives. The bond between horse and human is a powerful and healing energy and this is a journey that must be shared. Our vision for 'Leg Up' is to empower others like Ernst, who have had a major life shift and create a movement that helps lift themselves to their greatest potential! 

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8 PM

Eternal Bachelor Peter Fogel, 50’s, has MAJOR commitment issues and is stuck in "Manolescence!" He also senses his own mortality and after much soul searching decides to revisit the scene of all his romantic disasters.

And with that decision he brings you his auto-biographical tale of a comedian’s Quixote Quest to finally searching for the one woman who can transform his life — with his hysterical multi-media solo show, “Til Death Do Us Part… You First!” True Confessions about Marriage, Sex, & other things that end prematurely

It’s the holidays and Fogel is looking forward to a romantic evening with his girlfriend. Instead, she dumps him. Distraught and confused, he is magically visited by a Special Visitor who mentors him on how he continually screws up his own love life.

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“Til Death Do Us Part… You First” spins a heartwarming hilarious yarn. So if you're divorced, married… or ever b een single (and that’s everyone) and want to experience (again) the feeling of finding that Special Person to share your life with— then you’ll want to fasten


your seat belt for 90 minutes of Non-Stop laughs!.

If you've laughed at "Men Are From Mars & Women are From Venus... " and Defending The Caveman! you will LOVE Peter Fogel's "Til Death Do Us Part... You First!"

Academy Award Nominee Chazz Palminteri (Bullets Over Broadway, The Usual Suspects, Bronx Tale) says…

“Fogels Sharp comedic writing and performance will make you look at your own relationships! A remarkably funny show with lots of heart!”

The NY Post

The singles man, single man. Fogel tells such funny poignant stories about being single. One wants to go out and find him a suitable mate.”