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North Carolina Museum of Art: Indoor Movies


Jan
6 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Special Opening Concert and Film Mike Craver performs before All about Eve

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 7:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Mike Craver, the talented singer-songwriter, pianist, actor, and original member of The Red Clay Ramblers, performs an homage to a Hollywood masterpiece to celebrate the opening of the 2017 winter film series.

All about Eve
(1950) Written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, Gary Merrill, Celeste Holm, George Sanders, Marilyn Monroe. (138 min.)
An aging (40!) Broadway powerhouse begins to regret admitting a meek acolyte to her inner circle. Witty and sophisticated, All about Eve won Oscars for Best Picture, Writer, and Director.

$10.00 - $15.00
Jan
13 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Gaslight

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:00 PM
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Gaslight
(1944) Directed by George Cukor. Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotten. (114 min.)

Ingrid Bergman won her first Oscar in this Victorian-era gothic noir as Paula, an opera student who falls in love with a mysterious stranger. They move into the abandoned house of her murdered aunt, and Paula fears she is going mad . . . or is she? Eighteen-year-old Angela Lansbury makes her film debut as a saucy Cockney maid.

“One of Bergman's best performances, with Boyer not too far behind, and Lansbury unforgettable." (Time Out Film Guide)

$5.00 - $7.00
Jan
20 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Journey to Italy

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:00 PM
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Journey to Italy
(1954) Directed by Roberto Rossellini. Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders, Maria Mauban. (97 min.)

In the shadow of a dormant volcano, a bored married couple, searching for reasons to be irritated with one another, travel to Naples to sell a family villa. Ingrid Bergman’s passion for serious filmmaking, and director Roberto Rossellini, caused her to abandon Hollywood glitz for neorealism at the height of her career.

“Rossellini’s finest fiction film . . . a crucial work, truthful and mysterious.” (Chicago Reader)

$5.00 - $7.00
Jan
27 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words
(2015) Directed by Stig Björkman. Ingrid Bergman, Isabella Rossellini, Alicia Vikander. (114 min.) In Swedish, English, Italian, and French with English subtitles.

Based on her own home movies, notes, letters and diaries, and interviews with her children, this documentary provides a fascinating look at the private life of one of cinema’s most radiant stars, a modern woman who lived life on her own terms.

“Cinephile catnip!” (Manohla Dargis, New York Times)

$5.00 - $7.00
Feb
3 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Chimes at Midnight

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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Chimes at Midnight
(1965) Written and directed by Orson Welles. Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, John Gielgud. (115 min.)

Orson Welles shuffles four Shakespeare plays to create a hero of the roistering John Falstaff, magnificently inappropriate mentor to kings. More than one critic has praised this recent restoration as the greatest Shakespeare film ever made.

“Strange and entrancing, at times dreamlike and distant, at others brutally realistic . . . gorgeously, heartbreakingly sad, shot through with romantic surrender and the ache of loss.” (Time Out)

$5.00 - $7.00
Feb
5 Sun

Seeing and Seen

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Doors at 1:00 PM, Show at 2:00 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
This program of six short films, made over 10 years, explores seeing, watching, and attention. Within this exploration is a contemplation of time in cinema. The films in the program stake out a dreamlike visual form, featuring carefully chosen moments that are slowed to reveal subtleties and nuances of human behavior not readily seen in real time. Throughout the program the subtext is surveillance in its various forms, inviting reflection about those being observed, about the unseen filmmaker who watches from behind the camera, and about where that places you, the viewer.

William Noland introduces his work. Total running time: 90 min.

Feb
10 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Much Ado about Nothing

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:00 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Much Ado about Nothing
(1993) Directed by Kenneth Branagh. Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Michael Keaton. (111 min.) 35mm. PG-13.

Shimmering in golden Tuscan light, feuding singletons Benedick and Beatrice feint and parry wisecracks about the futility of romance while succumbing themselves. Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson bring their real-life love to energize the Bard’s merry screwball romcom.

“This isn’t a movie—it’s a party.” (Entertainment Weekly)

$5.00 - $7.00
Feb
17 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - The Taming of the Shrew

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
The Taming of the Shrew
(1967) Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Cyril Cusack. (122 min.)

A swaggering fortune hunter “tames” a spitfire heiress in Shakespeare’s troubling courtship/brawl. Exceptional Renaissance production design and a Nino Rota score adorn a film meant to capitalize on the chemistry between an experienced Shakespearean and an iconic Hollywood star.

“They are refereed by Franco Zeffirelli out of the corner of one winking eye. And if any crusty customer doesn't like it—well, a pox on him!” (Bosley Crowther, New York Times)

$5.00 - $7.00
Feb
24 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - My Darling Clementine

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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My Darling Clementine
(1946) Directed by John Ford. Henry Fonda, Linda Darnell, Victor Mature. (97 min.)

Masterful John Ford stages the gunfight at the OK Corral with chiaroscuro magnificence
against Monument Valley. The Earps vow vengeance against the sociopathic Clanton boys after a murder and cattle rustling, but Wyatt bides his time.

“A great western because of exactly what it delivers that westerns normally didn't: a measure of emotional maturity, a sense of dread and cost in regards to violence, a notion of frontier life being difficult and soul-hardening.” (TCM.com)

$5.00 - $7.00
Mar
3 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Shane

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
Show at 8:00 PM
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Shane
(1953) Directed by George Stevens. Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van Heflin. (118 min.) 35mm IB Technicolor print from the UNCSA Film Archive.

The Grand Tetons loom over the farm of a sodbuster, his wife and son, and the weary
gunfighter who rides in one day looking to escape his past. The breathtaking Oscar-winning cinematography sets the stage for a dramatic life-and-death conflict.

“Shane wears a white hat and Palance wears a black hat, but the buried psychology of this movie is a mottled, uneasy, fascinating gray.” (Roger Ebert)

$5.00 - $7.00
Mar
10 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - Stark Love

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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Stark Love
(1927) Directed by Karl Brown. Helen Mundy, Forrest James, Reb Grogan. (70 min.) 35mm print from MoMA. Silent film with live music by Nathan Shirley.

Filmed on location in western North Carolina with a largely amateur cast, Stark Love provides a documentary window into rural life of a century ago. A rough mountain man works his wife to death, and compels a neighbor girl to take her place, while his son seethes with outrage and desire.

“One of the little-known masterpieces of American film.” (J. W. Williamson in Hillbillyland)

$5.00 - $7.00
Mar
17 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - The Kneeling Goddess (La diosa arrodillada)

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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The Kneeling Goddess (La diosa arrodillada)
(1947) Directed by Roberto Gavaldón. Maria Félix, Arturo de Córdova, Fortunio Bonanova. (107 min.) In Spanish with English subtitles. DCP.

Smoldering diva Maria Félix, known as “la devoradora de hombres” (the man-eater), models for a sensuous nude statue, and her beauty ensnares a respectable man married to a delicate invalid.

“The most outré of melodramas . . . Félix embodies a moral ambiguity beyond good and evil.” (J. Hoberman, New York Times)

$5.00 - $7.00
Mar
24 Fri

NCMA Cinema Winter 2017 - The Other One (La otra)

RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES
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The Other One (La otra)
(1946) Directed by Roberto Gavaldón. Dolores del Rio, Agustín Irusta, Victor Junco. (98 min.) In Spanish with English subtitles. DCP.

What would film noir be without the evil twin? Hollywood refugee Dolores del Rio returns to her native Mexico for the meaty roles she could no longer land in Tinseltown, like this one about a struggling working girl’s obsession with her rich and heedless sister.

“A cruel and perfect film.” (Village Voice)

$5.00 - $7.00

2110 BLUE RIDGE RD.
RALEIGH, NC
UNITED STATES