Oscar Shorts 2020 – Animation

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For the 15th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films. This is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A hit with audiences around the country, don’t miss this year’s selection of Animated Shorts, plus a selection of addition shorts – HENRIETTA BULKOWSKI (USA, 16 min. featuring the voices of Chris Cooper and Ann Dowd!), THE BIRD AND THE WHALE (Ireland, 6 min.), HORS PISTE (France, 5 min.), MAESTRO (France, 2 min). Runtime: Approx. 80 mins.

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The Camino Voyage

Sunday, August 4th at 2:30 in Rhinebeck
Inspired by accounts of great voyages from Irish history and mythology, writer & poet Danny Sheehy and his crew embarked on a 2,500 km voyage from Ireland to Santiago de Compostela.
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Isabelle Huppert gives audiences yet another reason to venerate her as she raises arched eyebrows to new heights in this wicked pulp thriller from Academy Award®-winning director Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Breakfast on Pluto).
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At Eternity’s Gate

Academy Award Nominee – Willem Dafoe (Best Actor)
Golden Globe Nominee – Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama (Willem Dafoe)

Artist/filmmaker Julian (BASQUIAT, THE DIVING BELL & THE BUTTERFLY, BEFORE NIGHT FALLS) Schnabel’s new film is a journey inside the mind of Vincent van Gogh (Willem Dafoe in a magnificent performance), who, in the face of skepticism, ridicule, and illness, created some of the world’s most beloved and stunning works of art..
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In his first film made outside his native Chile, Sebastián Lelio (A FANTASTIC WOMAN, GLORIA) directs Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams in an adaptation of Naomi Alderman’s novel about a woman who returns home to her orthodox Jewish community in London and rekindles a romance with her cousin’s wife.
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The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Beware of Greeks bearing gifts? Not if it’s the latest twist on horror by Yorgos Lanthimos starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Barry Keoghan, and Alicia Silverstone. If you didn’t like The Lobster, this isn’t the film for you. But if you’re interested in genre-exploding, semiotically challenging fare, come take a chance. 
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Sing Street

Inspired by his own life and his love for music, writer/director John (ONCE) Carney takes us back his old stomping grounds – 1980s Dublin – to tell a story where music has the power to take us beyond the turmoil of everyday life.
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