Indie Film Guide

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A couple screenings ahead, both of them next week at the Orpheum Theater:

  • 4/27: I Am Not Your Negro; Orpheum 7:00
  • 4/28: Pink Floyd: The Wall; Orpheum 7:00

Cool Hand Luke - Thursday, March 16, 7:00 p.m. | The Orpheum

All NighterWednesday, March 22, 6:00 p.m. | The Murdock Theatre

I Am Not Your Negro - March 10 - 16, various times | Salina Arts Center

Mary Cybulski | Cannes Film Festival

  • 2/24: Home on the Range; Murdock Theatre 7:00
  • 2/25:  Oscar Shorts; Warren West 10 – 5:00
  • 3/3:  National Bird; Peace and Social Justice Center 7:00
  • 2/24 – 3/2: Paterson; Salina Art Center

 

 

 

February 10 – 23

2/16: Bram Stoker’s Dracula; Orpheum 7:00

2/18 – 25: Oscar Shorts; 2/18 at Orpheum, 2/25 at Warren West

2/18: Tommy; Orpheum 8:00

And here's a link to all the screening info for the Oscar shorts:  http://wichitalibrary.org/academyawards

Indie Film Guide: January 13 – 26

As we move from 2016 into the new year, Fletcher Powell takes a look at a couple of his favorite movies that deal with transitions and change.


Indie Film Guide: 12/2 – 12/15

12/15: It’s a Wonderful Life; Orpheum; 7:00

Moonlight; Warren East

12/5: Future Weather; Salina Art Center Science on Screen (see below); 5:30

November 9: Artists and Models; WAM at 6:00 p.m. (More information here.) 

November 17: The Royal Tenenbaums; Orpheum at 7:00 p.m.

November 4 – 10: A Man Called Ove; Salina Art Center

November 11 – 17: Certain Women; Salina Art Center

Indie Film Guide: 10/7 – 10/20

10/12-16: Tallgrass Film Festival

10/20: Carrie; Orpheum 7:00

10/10: Green Fire; Dyck Arboretum 6:00

The first full-length documentary film ever made about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold, Green Fire highlights Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. Leopold remains relevant today, inspiring projects all over the country that connect people and land.

Indie Film Guide: September 23 through October 6

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