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      Opens Friday, September 21st! // Q&A WITH SCREENWRITER DANIEL KITROSSER FOLLOWING OUR OPENING NIGHT SCREENING AT 7:30PM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST! // Tickets available now at our box office during regular business hours or online at boxofficetickets.com! // United States. 2018. Directed by Jeremiah Zagar. (94 mins.) Rated R. // Us three. Us brothers. Us kings, inseparable. Three boys tear through their childhood, in the midst of their young parents' volatile love that makes and unmakes the family many times over. While Manny and Joel grow into versions of their loving and unpredictable father, Ma seeks to shelter her youngest, Jonah, in the cocoon of home. More sensitive and conscious than his older siblings, Jonah increasingly embraces an imagined world all his own. // DAN KITROSSER is an award-winning Portland playwright, screenwriter and storyteller. His plays include TAR BABY (First Fringe Award, Edinburgh Fringe, and an Amnesty International Citation for Excellence), DEAD SPECIAL CRABS (monologues published in Smith & Kraus Best Men's and Women'sÂ…) and THE MUMBLINGS (optioned for TV series by FOX). He cowrote the screenplay for WE THE ANIMALS which premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2018, winning the NEXT: Innovator Award and will open across the country this fall. Dan is currently at TimeWarner, developing his new TV series THE MOVE about Jewish and African American relations in 1980s West Philadelphia and is writing a new screenplay for Tony Award Winning producer Una Jackman. Dan was also a the resident storyteller for Central Park and Bryant Park for much of the 2000s, and is the artistic director of Writopia Lab's Worldwide Plays Festival, a festival of plays written by young playwrights from all over the world, now in its 8th year. MFA: The New School for Drama, 2014. Dan splits his time between Portland, Oregon and New York City.

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      WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH AT 7:45PM // $12 IN ADVANCE OR $15 DAY OF THE EVENT // NO COUPONS, PASSES OR CINEBUCKS ACCEPTED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS // WITH EXCLUSIVE FOOTAGE ONLY AVAILABLE IN THEATERS! Joan Jett is so much more than "I Love Rock 'n' Roll." It's true, she became mega-famous from the number-one hit, and that fame intensified with the music video's endless play on MTV. But that staple of popularity can't properly define a musician. Jett put her hard work in long before the fame, ripping it up onstage as the backbone of the hard-rock legends The Runaways, influencing many musicians -- both her cohort of punk rockers and generations of younger bands -- with her no-bullshit style. Bad Reputation gives you a wild ride as Jett and her close friends tell you how it really was in the burgeoning '70s punk scene, and their interviews are laced with amazing archival footage. The theme is clear: even though people tried to define Jett and keep her stuck to one hit, she never compromised. She will kick your ass, and you'll love her all the more for it.

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      2018 Manhattan Short Film Festival // SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH at 3:15 // SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH at 2:15 & 7:45 // MONDAY, OCTOBER 1ST & TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND at 11:30AM & 7:45 // All seats only $10! no coupons, passes or CineBucks accepted for special events // MANHATTAN SHORT has announced the Final Nine selections for its 21st Annual Short Film Festival, taking place in over 350 venues across six continents between September 27th and October 7, 2018. MANHATTAN SHORT is the only event of its kind. The Final Nine are screened simultaneously across the world during a one-week period, with the Best Film and Best Actor awards determined by ballots cast by the audiences in each participating venue. By virtue of their selection by MANHATTAN SHORT, each short film is automatically Oscar-qualified. // The Nine MANHATTAN SHORT finalists hail from eight countries with films from Austria, Canada, Germany, Hungary, Kosovo, New Zealand, USA, and two films from the United Kingdom. These Final Nine short films represent the best short films among 1565 submissions from 73 countries received by MANHATTAN SHORT for 2018, testimony to the enduring vibrancy and creativity of short films. This year's Final Nine represent an extraordinary range of film genres that includes intimate dramas; fast-paced animation; spine-tingling tales; a World War II epic; a film shot entirely underwater and a comedy as part of the MANHATTAN SHORT program.

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      Monday, October 15th at 7:45pm // All seats $12 in advance or $15 day of the event // no coupons, passes or CineBucks accepted for special events // After the breakup of the Sex Pistols, John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten), formed Public Image Ltd (Pil) - his groundbreaking band which has lived on nearly 15 times as long as his first one. He kept the band alive ever since, through personnel and stylistic changes, fighting to constantly reinvent new ways of approaching music, while adhering to radical ideals of artistic integrity. John Lydon has not only redefined music, but also the true meaning of originality. // Former and current bandmates, as well as fellow icons like Flea, Ad-Rock and Thurston Moore, add testimony to electrifying archival footage (including stills and audio from the infamous Ritz Show). With his trademark acerbic wit and unpredictable candor, Lydon offers a behind-the-scenes look at one of music's most influential and controversial careers.

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