Film Screening

"Frozen" Movie Screening

Don't thaw out just yet. Join us for this hot new release! (PG, 2013, 102 minutes)

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Documentary Film Screening: "Game of Change"

Meet River Forest attorney John Egan who was the only white starter on the Loyola University "Ramblers" basketball team in 1963. See the film that documents how an all-white Mississippi State team snuck out of their home state in defiance of an injuction issued by the Governor of Mississippi that prohibited his Mississippi players to compete in NCAA Chamionship playoffs as they were forbidden to play against African-American players.

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In Glorious Black & White: "The Lady Vanishes"

Whether you're a classic movie fan or new to the vintage genre, there's something for everyone in this 7-series film fest showcasing remarkable black-and-white features from the golden age of cinema. Join popular film historian Doug Deuchler for this series.

In this 1938 Alfred Hitchcock comic thriller from Great Britain, a young playgirl (Margaret Lockwood) realizes an elderly lady (Dame May Whitty) seems to have disappeared from the train.

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In Glorious Black & White: "A Stolen Life"

Whether you're a classic movie fan or new to the vintage genre, there's something for everyone in this 7-series film fest showcasing remarkable black-and-white features from the golden age of cinema. Join popular film historian Doug Deuchler for this series.

Better Davis plays twins in this New England drama, "A Stolen Life" released in 1946. When a woman's twin is drowned, she assumes her identity, hoping the dead sister's husband will now love her. 109 minutes.

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In Glorious Black & White: "Brief Encounter"

Whether you're a classic movie fan or new to the vintage genre, there's something for everyone in this 7-series film fest showcasing remarkable black-and-white features from the golden age of cinema. Join popular film historian Doug Deuchler for this series.

In "Brief Encounter," released in 1945, two rather plain British suburbanites, both married, meet in a railway station and are tempted to cheat on their spouses. 86 minutes.

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In Glorious Black & White: "The Night of the Hunter"

Whether you're a classic movie fan or new to the vintage genre, there's something for everyone in this 7-series film fest showcasing remarkable black-and-white features from the golden age of cinema. Join popular film historian Doug Deuchler for this series.

See "The Night of the Hunter," a 1955 psychological thriller in which a corrupt preacher-turned-serial killer (Robert Mitchum)marries a gullible widow (Shelley Winters) with two children. 93 minutes.

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In Glorious Black & White: "The Uninvited"

Whether you're a classic movie fan or new to the vintage genre, there's something for everyone in this 7-series film fest showcasing remarkable black-and-white features from the golden age of cinema. Join popular film historian Doug Deuchler for this series.

A supernatural thriller made in 1944, "The Uninvited" features a composer (Ray Milland) and his sister who purchase a gothic seacoast mansion that may be haunted. 99 minutes.

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"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" Movie Screening

Watch Flint battle mutant food beasts on the big screen! Rated PG, 95 minutes.

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Silence Is Golden Film Series: Nosferatu

Want to escape for awhile from the world of cell phones, tablets, and 3D films? Join us at Maze as we head back to the days before the "talkies" and explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of silent films! This month's film is Nosferatu (1922, 81 mins), the creepiest vampire movie ever made. Count Orlov looks as though he really crawls out of a casket at night and drinks only blood!

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Silence Is Golden Film Series: The Last Laugh

Want to escape for awhile from the world of cell phones, tablets, and 3D films? Join us at Maze as we head back to the days before the "talkies" and explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of silent films! This month's film is The Last Laugh (1924, 90 mins). Emil Jannings is demoted from his position as a doorman of a posh German hotel when he is thought to be too old and infirm to represent the elegant hotel's "brand."

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