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The Murphy Library’s Thursday movie at 6 p.m. from Film Movement is the war drama, In Syria, about a mother trying to keep her family safe as war rages and a sniper waits outside her home. Read the rest of this entry »

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It is the 1960’s and Charlie Bucktin, a 14-year-old boy in a small town in Western Australia loves reading books by Mark Twain. Read the rest of this entry »

Film Movement is taking us to the opera in their film this month. The Murphy Library is showing the documentary, The Paris Opera, this Thursday at 6 p.m., which means we also get to visit Paris in the autumn of 2015. Running time is 110 minutes and the film is not rated but may be suitable for high school students. In French with English subtitles.

Stéphane Lissner is the new director of the Paris Opera and is preparing for his first press conference.   The backstage crew and artists work toward the first performance in the new season, although a few problems get in the way. Meanwhile a young singer studies at the opera’s academy, unaware that one day he will be called upon to save the day.

The most heartfelt part of the film is the terrorist attack on Paris when the city goes into mourning.   The opera company is under extreme pressure but they continue their struggle to unite themselves and their city.

Film Movement allows us to advertise and show their films one time in public. Then it goes into the library’s collection for anyone to borrow.   Call 837-2417.

 

 

 

The year is 1942 and Olga, a beautiful Russian countess is in France and a member of the French Resistance. Then she is arrested for sheltering two Jewish boys. Jules is a French-Nazi collaborator assigned to investigate her case. When Olga is finally sent to a concentration camp, Helmut, a handsome, high-ranking German SS officer recognizes her, and remembers he had once fallen in love with her.

This Thursday, July 26 at 6 p.m., the Murphy Library is showing Film Movement’s selection, Paradise, from Russia, written and directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy. Running time is 130 minutes and the film is not rated but would not be appropriate for children. In Russian, German, French and Yiddish with subtitles in English.

In this Holocaust story, each character tells their story in a series of interviews and in flashbacks.   Critics raved about its black and white cinematography.

Film Movement allows us to advertise and show their films one time in public. Then it goes into the library’s collection for anyone to borrow.

A brother and sister are driving their family’s truck on the Columbian island where they live, and accidentally run over a goat. For two siblings who do not get along, they are now drawn together to find an explanation about the wrecked truck, or else they will really have a problem.

If you like movies with feeling and some fun along with jazzy music, then Bad Lucky Goat is for you. This Film Movement movie from Columbia will be shown this Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Murphy Library. Running times is 76 minutes and the film is not rated and may not be suitable for young children. In Creole with subtitles in English.

Set on Providence Island, Columbian director Samir Oliveros’ first film has a cast of non-professional actors who live on the island. The island’s musicians composed much of the music. They go wading in the water, playing their flutes, blowing on conch shells and drumming on bottles.

Film Movement allows us to advertise and show their films one time in public. Then it goes into the library’s collection for anyone to borrow. Call 837-2417.

 

 

 

This Thursday, April 26, Murphy Library is screening the Film Movement Japanese movie, Harmonium at 6 p.m.   An old acquaintance, recently released from prison, begins to meddle in the life of a factory owner. In Japanese with English subtitles and not suitable for children. Running time 118 minutes. Call 837-2417 for details.  Watch the trailer below:

If you watching mysteries, then Moka, the next Film Movement psychological thriller movie at the Murphy Library may intrigue you. A mother is grieving for her son who was killed in a hit-and-run accident by a mocha colored Mercedes. She is desperate to find out who did it and exact her revenge.

The library is showing this French mystery movie Thursday at 6 p.m. Running time is 90 minutes and in French with subtitles in English.   The film is not rated, but would not be appropriate for young people.

The woman and her husband live on the Swiss side of Lake Geneva, but when she learns that the car may be on the other side of the lake in the town of Evian, she goes in pursuit.

The tension is high in this film, but the scenery remains beautiful.

The library’s subscription with Film Movement allows the library to advertise and publicly show their films one time and then they go into the library’s collection.

Note:  if the movie trailer does not appear, click on the link below to see it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6unr3ozN40c

 


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