Tag: Cinema Arts Centre
The fraught relationship between Israelis and Palestinians on the surface appears nowhere near reconciliation, despite various attempts by the United States and other countries to foster a semblance of peace between the two enemy combatants. 'Disturbing the Peace,' screening at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, documents the story of combatants from both sides joining forces to spread peace and hope.
Long Islanders can view the pitfalls of the American health care system firsthand at screening of 'Fix it: Healthcare at the Tipping Point' at Cinema Arts Centre on Sunday, April 9.
Based on George Orwell’s presciently terrifying novel, the movie by writer-director Michael Radford stars Richard Burton as a villain, Suzanna Hamilton as a romantic, and John Hurt as Winston Smith, a dutiful drone in a totalitarian state, who begins to fathom the depth of his oppression by a government that he always took for granted. The film will be shown at 7:30 p.m. on April 4 at nearly 200 independent art-house movie theatres across the country and several internationally, with a post-film discussion at the Cinema Arts moderated by Prof. Marty Haas, who teaches American history at Adelphi University. The date of the screening is especially relevant because it was on this day that Smith began his rebellion by making his first entry in his forbidden diary. It’s what Big Brother’s Thought Police would call a “thought crime” because they don’t want anyone thinking independently. Smith’s job at the government’s Ministry of Truth had been to rewrite history, eliminating inconvenient truths and erasing incongruent facts. For some reason, he suddenly woke up.
Patricia Bosworth not only knew Montgomery Clift growing up, she wrote the troubled actor's definitive biography. She crossed paths with many Hollywood legends as she carved out a career in her own light, which she recounts in her revealing new memoir.
For fans of films and savory foods, this is the best of both worlds.
The documentary follows Kamala Lopez as she traverses the United States to tell stories of gender inequality from not only women’s rights activists but women from all walks of life.
On June 26, 2015 that long struggle paid off. That’s the day the U.S. Supreme Court, in a landmark decision, legalized same-sex marriage across the nation.
Joel Grey, award-winning star of stage and screen, presents a special screening of "Cabaret," a 1972 film that featured his breakthrough role as the sexually ambiguous Emcee of a Berlin nightclub on the eve of Hitler's rise to power.
Move over, South Side of Chicago, the Long Island blues scene gets its due in 'Big Fish Blues,' a lively documentary about our own homegrown legends whose lives take this music to another place.
For those who don’t have access to Netflix but have been meaning to check out the streaming service’s powerful documentary “13th,” you’re in luck.