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Last day Thursday! They discovered an ancient tradition on YouTube and became the first non-Sardinians ever to sing cantu a tenore. Then the Sardinians found out.
Lasy day Thursday! In this taut, minimalist thriller, 14-year-old Chakra is sold as a slave laborer to the captain of a Thai fishing vessel, whose captain's rule is cruel and arbitrary. A New York Times Critic's Pick!
In this documentary, Chuck Berry, the absolute instigator of Rock and Roll, is revealed with exclusive access to his family, friends, and the famous fans and music icons he inspired.
In a world that undulates between fact and fiction, digital and physical, a group of SoundCloud rappers lives a solitary, post-societal existence in the desert town of Crestone, Colorado. Free to Amherst Cinema Members!
A downtrodden CEO (Joe Pantoliano) experiences a moral crisis and travels back to Italy to re-calibrate his moral compass.
Discover the mostly forgotten story of how Carter, a lover of all types of music, forged a tight bond with musicians Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers, Bob Dylan, and others.
Director Charles Burnett's essential 1977 debut is an "American masterpiece" (New York Times), and one of the first films placed on the National Film Registry. Don't miss this new restoration.
Last day Thursday! In 1968, they asked him to produce the first "Black Tonight Show." Instead, he started a revolution by bringing the real Black experience to the national stage.
Last day Thursday! This powerful documentary captures the stories of everyday Americans who became grassroots activists working to defend democracy and stop the erosion of civil rights in the 3+ years since the 2016 elections.
Last day Thursday! A psychotherapist (Virginie Efira) who decides to quit her practice and return to writing begins to struggle with excess time and a lack of inspiration—until she gets a call from Margot (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a young actress wrapped up in a dramatic affair with her costar.

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A downtrodden CEO (Joe Pantoliano) experiences a moral crisis and travels back to Italy to re-calibrate his moral compass.
In this documentary, Chuck Berry, the absolute instigator of Rock and Roll, is revealed with exclusive access to his family, friends, and the famous fans and music icons he inspired.
Director Charles Burnett's essential 1977 debut is an "American masterpiece" (New York Times), and one of the first films placed on the National Film Registry. Don't miss this new restoration.
Last day Thursday! In 1968, they asked him to produce the first "Black Tonight Show." Instead, he started a revolution by bringing the real Black experience to the national stage.