Tag Archives: Cinema Sundays

Cinema Sundays! Sommersby

Jack Sommersby returns home from fighting in the Civil War but something's not right. Jack's wife and neighbors knew him to be an unpleasant man but he returns a kinder, gentler man. Is this Jack an imposter? Even his wife is unsure...

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Cinema Sundays! Special Bloomsday Event – The Dead

Set in Dublin, Ireland, The Dead follows Gabriel Conroy during the 1904 annual holiday gathering of his matronly aunts. It is a night of insecurities, mis-steps, discomfort and epiphany for Gabriel who realizes, after years of marriage, he really doesn't know his wife or her past as well as he thought he did. The Dead follows him through the ups and downs of his emotions, deciding whether it would be better to die young or old, to be gone and remembered or alive with diminished importance.

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Paths of Glory – Cinema Sundays!

Stanley Kubrick’s 1957 Paths of Glory, based on the 1935 novel by Humphrey Cobb, is a retelling of an event experienced by 4 French soldiers court-martialed and executed for mutiny as an example to the rest of the French troops during ...

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A Very Long Engagement – Cinema Sundays!

Welcome to Fort Bragg Library's "Over There" Cinema Sundays! Series for May. We're starting off with 2004's A Very Long Engagement, the story of a woman's desperate attempt to find her missing fiance, one of five soldiers who injured themselves in the hope of being invalided home during World War I. but were instead caught and sent to the front lines to meet the German offensive head on.

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The Incredibles

The Incredibles is a contemporary animation film about a family of superheroes, named Incredible, who are forced to hide their powers and live a quiet suburban life until Father Incredible's yearning to help people drags the entire family into a battle with an evil villain.

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9 – Cinema Sundays!

"9" is the vision of student filmmaker, Shane Acker, a reverent Tim Burton devotee, who first developed a 10 minute short of the same name that was nominated for the Academy Award in 2004. Coupled with the screenwriting skills of Pamela Pettler and the production expertise of the mentor himself, Tim Burton, "9" is a unique, action packed, steampunk-influenced, post-apocalyptic visual dynamo.

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Cinema Sundays! Astro Boy

Astro Boy Our first selection in our Contemporary Animation Series is Astro Boy, a film based on the Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka, known the world over as the “father” of anime. The story follows the ...

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Cinema Sundays!

Hitchcock on a Train Series: Considered by some to be Hitchcock’s best, this indisputable masterpiece from 1943 is a psychological thriller set in Santa Rosa, CA, an idyllic pre-War American town.  With an original script written by Thornton Wilder, the ...

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Cinema Sundays!

Hitchcock on a Train Series:   North by Northwest is a 1959 American spy thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint and James Mason. The screenplay was written by Ernest Lehman, who wanted to ...

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