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Duration: 345 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2013
Series:
The Royal Opera House presents...

In the first of our series bringing you opera productions from London’s Royal Opera House, a chance to enjoy the company’s new staging of Richard Wagner’s epic, his final masterpiece. A young man ignorant of everything, including his own name, arrives at the Kingdom of the Holy Grail. Is he the ‘pure fool, enlightened by compassion’, who, it has been prophesied, will purify the kingdom?

Running time includes two intermissions.

An unforgettable experience!

Duration: 97 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2013
Series:
Music Mondays

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Aug 25 08:30 pm

Peter Gabriel has always been at the forefront of innovative ways to meld his music with film, video and stage craft (Robert Lepage is a frequent collaborator). Filmed at London’s O2 in October 2012, this film captures the stunning Back to Front live show — primarily showcasing the best selling album So — but also contains interviews with the man himself and all the touring band to give the viewer an intimate portrait of Peter and a not-to-be-missed cinematic experience.

Set list includes: "Red Rain," "Sledgehammer," "Don’t GIve Up," "Big Time," "In Your Eyes," "Solsbury Hill" and "Biko."

(Un prophète)
Duration: 155 mins
Country of Origin: France, 2009
Series:
Mongrel Media 20th Anniversary

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Sep 07 07:00 pm

More than one critic compared Jacques Audiard’s forceful, rich prison drama to The Godfather. Audiard uses the prison as a microcosm in this allegory for how to get ahead in the twenty-first century.

"If Malik doesn’t remind you of Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone on his journey from innocence to corruption in The Godfather saga, well ... he should. A Prophet is similarly, startlingly momentous."—Steven Rea, Philadeliphia Inquirer

"It’s a highly original film made in a familiar context, and an exciting moviegoing experience you shouldn’t miss."—Andrew O’Hehir, Salon

"A Prophet is the kind of film that makes you remember why going to the movies can be a thrilling experience."—Marjorie Baumgarten, Austin Chronicle