Here's what's playing at Cinema 10 this fall. We'll see you at the Roxy Theater (20 Main Street, Potsdam; 315-265-9630) on Mondays at 7:15 pm.


September
12    Maggie's Plan (2015, USA, d. Rebecca Miller)         
Maggie (Gretta Gerwig), a single thirty-something college career counselor, wants to have a baby on her own—until she meets John (Ethan Hawke) a novelist married to Georgette (Julianne Moore), an academic and mother to their two children. Three years and one child later, Maggie comes up with a new plan—to reunite John and Georgette. About this feminist screw-ball comedy with a twist, Globe and Mail critic Johanna Schneller says, “Miller’s characters are complete, singular people, and her take is thoroughly female. She subverts the genre, and wakes it up.”
(98 min; R, for language, brief nudity)
 
19   New York International Children's Film Festival  (2014-2015, various countries and directors)
This selection of ten short films, ranging in length from 1.5 minutes to 12.5 minutes, represents various directors, countries, and styles. All are in English or have English subtitles. This collection is one of the Best of the Fest touring packages, and includes tales of cats, soccer, hapless burglers, a family’s beloved cherry tree, and a possum family story about the most dangerous animal of all: HUMANS! This is a great chance to bring kids to Cinema 10. The festival is “an increasingly significant event for cinephiles of all ages." (Time Out New York)
(65 min; NR; ages 8 and up; contains some mildly scary elements)
 
26   For the Love of the Mambo  (2013, USA, d. Marsha Baxter and Doyle Dean)
For the Love of the Mambo lets viewers share the stage with legends of Latin music. Tito Puente helped define an era and inspire a generation, and in Mambo, the surviving legends of his Orchestra pass along their love to up and coming students right here at Potsdam's Crane School of Music. Featuring a fine blend of rare stories from the musicians themselves and performances as hot as the stages of the 50s, "For the Love of the Mambo puts this music on the pedestal it deserves." (Oscar Hernandez, Director of the Spanish Harlem Orchestra)
(83 min; NR) 

Q&A with the directors after the film, and then join The Crane Latin Ensemble at Maxfield's


October
3    Anomalisa  (2015, USA, d. Duke Johnson and Charlie Kauffman)
(90 min; R) 

17   Dheepan(2015, France, d. Jacques Ehrlich)
(115 min; R) 

24   Keepers of the Game  (2016, USA, d. Judd Ehrlich)
(82 min; NR) 

31   A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night  (2014, USA, d. Ana Lily Amirpour)
(99 min; NR) 

November

7   Court  (2014, India, d. Chaitanya Tamhane)
(116 min; NR)

14   A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence/En duva satt på en gren och funderade på tillvaron   (2014, Sweden, Germany, Norway, France, d. Roy Andersson)
(101 min; PG-13)

28    Chimes at Midnight  (1965/2016 restoration, USA, d. Orson Welles)
(115 min; NR)



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the New York State Council on the Arts,
with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature