Holy Frit

Holy Frit

Playing at Pickford Film Center
119 minutes, USA, In English, DOC-Arts & Entertainment
Rated NR: _


A tale of creative hutzpah, Tim Carey, an unknown artist, pursues and wins a contract to create the largest stained-glass window of its kind – despite having no knowledge of how to do it. Enter Narcissus Quagliata, an aptly named glass maestro, who helps push Tim to the limits of kilnforming.

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Dune

Dune

Playing at Pickford Film Center
155 minutes, USA, Canada, In English, Action, Adventure, Drama
Rated PG-13: for sequences of strong violence, some disturbing images and suggestive materia
CCAP

Directed Denis Villeneuve, Starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya
Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel, about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.

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The Velvet Underground

The Velvet Underground

Playing at Pickford Film Center
90 minutes, USA, In English, DOC-Arts & Entertainment
Rated R: for language, sexual content, nudity and some drug material

for language, sexual content, nudity


It’s only appropriate that when legendary filmmaker Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven, I’m Not There) went looking for a subject for his first foray into documentaries he chose a band equally as legendary: the Velvet Underground. This is the documentary equivalent of game recognizing game. Not to be missed.

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Searching for Mr Rugoff

Searching for Mr Rugoff

Playing at Pickford Film Center
94 minutes, USA, In English, DOC-Arts & Entertainment
Rated NR: _


Cinema 5 was a legendary NYC theatre chain and distribution company that broke all rules and helped launch an era of international and independent cinema. Donald Rugoff was the mad/maddening genius behind it all. Film buffs unite.

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To Which We Belong

To Which We Belong

Playing at Pickford Film Center
90 minutes, USA, In Trailer, DOC-Civil Life
Rated NR: _


Restorative agriculture has never been as sexy. Directors Pamela Tanner Boll and Lindsay Richardson follow farmers and ranchers taking the sustainable path forward, saving our land and sea for both economic health and future generations. Inspiring? Very. *Presented with the financial assistance of The Community Food Co-op.

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Shorts: Go Gurrls!

Shorts: Go Gurrls!

Playing at Pickford Film Center
67 minutes, USA, In English, DOC-Civil Life
Rated NR: _


Celebrate true “Girl Power” with these three inspiring short films. All trailblazers: 7-year-old cancer survivor and mutton buster, Marley McDonald; Lucy Harris, one of the greatest living women’s basketball player who was drafted by the NBA! and Jess Kimura, tough as nails Pro snowboarder and “girl power advocate”.

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Thank You To Our Funders

On behalf of the Pickford Film Center staff and board we would like to acknowledge that we are located on the traditional, ancestral lands of the Lhaq’te’mish (Lummi Nation) and Nuxwsá7aq (Nooksack) Tribe, as well as all other Salishan families who, from time immemorial, share the ancestral homelands and salt waters of Whatcom County and the Salish Sea.