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Mikhail Kalatozov

(Soy Cuba)
Duration: 141 mins
Country of Origin: Cuba,Soviet Union, 1964
Cuba Now & Then
Director: Mikhail Kalatozov

"They’re going to be carrying ravished film students out of the theaters on stretchers," wrote Terrence Rafferty in the New Yorker when this astonishing Soviet-made portrait of Castro’s Cuba was rediscovered in the mid 1990s. Featuring some of the jaw-dropping camerawork ever filmed (and decades before the invention of the Steadicam), the movie is a euphoric celebration of Cuba, the Revolution, and (most potently) revolutionary cinema.

35mm print courtesy Milestone Films

Barbara Kopple

Duration: 93 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2015
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Barbara Kopple


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At the age of 57, after years of blue collar jobs and another 20 years of small clubs and no breaks, Sharon Jones seemed finally to have hit the big time with her band the Dap-Kings. Then she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. But that wasn’t going to stop her. Directed by legendary documentarian Barbara Kopple (Harlan County, USA), Miss Sharon Jones! is part music film, part cancer survival story, and 100% soul.

Josh Kriegman

Duration: 96 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2016
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Josh Kriegman


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Remember Anthony Weiner, the rising Democrat congressman forced out of office after a humiliating sexting scandal? Two years later he was encouraged to run for mayor of New York City, and allowed a documentary team to follow his comeback. But things didn’t go according to plan…