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Belfast

Belfast

Playing at Pickford Film Center
98 minutes, United Kingdom, In English, Drama
Rated PG-13: for some violence and strong language
CCAP

Directed by Kenneth Branagh and current front-runner for Best Picture at the Oscars, this semi-autobiographical coming-of-age film — a poignant story of love, laughter, and loss — chronicles the life of a young boy and his working class family, who experience the social tumult of Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the late 1960s.

Starring newcomer Jude Hill, Caitriona Balfe, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds, and the inimitable Judi Dench.

Open Captioned shows Sunday 12/05 @ 1:15 PM

Refreshment Free screening (MASKS ON THE WHOLE TIME) Tuesday 11/30 4:00 PM &12/7 @ 1:15 PM

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The Power of the Dog

The Power of the Dog

Playing at Pickford Film Center
127 minutes, USA, In English, Western, Drama
Rated R: for brief sexual content/full nudity.
CCAP

Directed by: Jane Campion

Charismatic rancher Phil Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch) inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife (Kirsten Dunst) and her son (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love.

NO food screening 12/7 3:15 PM Masks need to be worn at all times during this screening.

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The Danish Collector: Delacroix to Gauguin (Exhibition on screen)

The Danish Collector: Delacroix to Gauguin (Exhibition on screen)

Playing at Pickford Film Center
90 minutes, France, In English, Documentary
Rated NR: _


For many years no-one was interested in the art of the Impressionists. Artists like Monet, Degas and Renoir were vilified, attacked, and left penniless as a result.
Then, something remarkable happened. A new breed of collectors emerged and, before long, they were battling to acquire any work by these new, radical artists that they could find. Amongst them was the visionary Danish businessman Wilhelm Hansen. It was an extraordinary moment in art history; full of drama, intrigue and subterfuge.

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The French Dispatch

The French Dispatch

Playing at Pickford Film Center
103 minutes, Germany, USA, In English, French W/ English subtitles, Romance, Comedy
Rated R: for graphic nudity, some sexual references and language
CCAP

THE FRENCH DISPATCH Directed by Wes Anderson, brings to life a collection of stories from the final issue of an American magazine published in a fictional 20th-century French city. It stars Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson.

Open Captioned shows Sunday 12/5 10:45 AM.

Refreshment Free screening (MASKS ON THE WHOLE TIME) Tuesday 11/30 3:30 PM and 12/07 3:45

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Julia

Julia

Playing at Pickford Film Center
95 minutes, USA, In English, Documentary
Rated PG-13: for brief strong language/sexual reference, and some thematic elements.
CCAP

Directed by: Julie Cohen and Betsy West.
Julia tells the story of the legendary cookbook author and television superstar who changed the way Americans think about food, television, and even about women.

OCAP show 12/5 1:05 PM.
NO FOOD masks on whole time show 12/7 1:00 PM.

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The Souvenir: Part II

The Souvenir: Part II

Playing at Pickford Film Center
108 minutes, UK, In English, Drama
Rated R: for some strong sexuality, and language


Directed by Joanna Hogg
The Souvenir: Part II is a companion piece to The Souvenir (2017). The original follows a film student, Julie who, while pursuing her filmmaking, becomes romantically involved with a man who, it is clear, is wholly untrustworthy and whom we desperately wish she’d extricate herself from. The Souvenir ends in tragedy — and Part II then picks up where the first film left off, with Julie trying to make sense of the tragedy and of her previous romantic relationship, by way of making a film about it.
Part II, as such, is a beautifully complex study of both grief, loneliness, and of how art (specifically cinema) intersects with and can channel (and maybe redeem) grief and forge a way into new connections.
Audiences won’t necessarily need to see the first film first to see Part II, though the first is also very much worth seeing (and it’s streaming now on Kanopy, accessible via the wcls website for library patrons).
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Thank You To Our Funders

The Pickford Film Center acknowledges that we are residing on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Lummi People. The Lummi People are the original inhabitants of Washington’s northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. They lived in villages throughout this territory and continue to have an ongoing relationship with these areas. Since Time Immemorial they have celebrated life on their land, water ways and on the traditional, ancestral and unceded lands of their People to perpetuate their way of life. Please join us as we honor their ancestors and as we acknowledge the past, present and future Lummi People as the original inhabitants of this land

Pickford Film Center is supported in part by a grant from The National Endowment for the Arts in response to the Covid 19 pandemic