Film Club’s November Schedule Takes Movie Go-ers Around the World AND Close To Home

Here is a full list of upcoming screenings with Film Club at our local Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for the month of November 2015.

Click the link of the title below to purchase tickets!  Enjoy!


Sunday, November 1st at 11am

An animated anthology of 5 stories adapted from Edgar Allan Poe.

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Sunday, November 1st at 7PM

Jack is a young boy of 5 years old who has lived all his life in one room. He believes everything within it are the only real things in the world. But what will happen when his Ma suddenly tells him that there are other things outside of Room?

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Wednesday, November 4th at 7pm

Three hours outside of Addis Ababa, a bright 14-year-old girl is on her way home from school when men on horses swoop in and kidnap her. The brave Hirut grabs a rifle and tries to escape, but ends up shooting her would-be husband. In her village the practice of abduction into marriage is common and one of Ethiopia’s oldest traditions. Meaza Ashenafi, an empowered and tenacious young lawyer, arrives from the city to represent Hirut and argue that she acted in self defense. Meaza boldly embarks on a collision course between enforcing civil authority and abiding by customary law, risking the ongoing work of her women’s legal aid practice to save Hirut’s life.

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Sunday, November 8th at 3pm

A gay couple try to have a baby with the help of their best friend, Polly. The trio navigates the idea of creating life while confronted by unexpected harassment from a neighborhood man called The Bishop. As their clashes grow increasingly aggressive, odds are someone is getting hurt.

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Wednesday, november 11th at 7pm

The third of Crossing Borders Films’ intercultural trilogy, AMERICAN TEXTURES is a feature documentary that follows six creative individuals of Black, White and Latino origin on a journey through diverse communities in the southern United States. The journey pushes them to risk sharing their own stories, struggles and dreams. The honest confrontations, powerful discoveries, and growing empathy between them create vibrant doorways through which these true heroes forge deeper understandings of themselves, each other and the world they live in.

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Thursday, November 12th at 7:00pm

Hannah and Tahir fall in love while homeless on the streets of New York. Shelter explores how they got there, and as we learn about their pasts we realize they need each other to build a future.

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Sunday, November 15th at 10:30am

This movie tells the intersecting stories of various people connected to the music business in Nashville. Barbara Jean is the reigning queen of Nashville but is near collapse. Linnea and Delbert Reese have a shaky marriage and 2 deaf children. Opal is a British journalist touring the area. These and other stories come together in a dramatic climax.

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The 17th Annual Show of Shows

Saturday, November 21st at 10am


For the first time since its start in 1998, the Animation Show of Shows is screening outside the doors of major animation studios and in movie theaters for general audiences. The 17th annual Animation Show of Shows features 11 animated short films from around the world.

Curated by animation producer and founder of Acme Filmworks, Ron Diamond, the feature-length program presents animated works previously only available to Academy members, festivalgoers and the likes of Pixar and DreamWorks.

“We’ve been following Ron Diamond’s programs for years. Our cinemas have even hosted his free screenings for students in the past, and have been hoping to be able to bring them to a larger audience,” said Clinton McClung, director of cinema programming at the Seattle International Film Festival.

For the past nearly two decades, Diamond has been traveling to festivals across North America and Europe and presenting his top picks to industry professionals. From these, nine have won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.

This year’s selection has already garnered distinguished awards, with Don Hertzfeldt’s “World of Tomorrow” winning grand jury prizes at the Sundance Film Festival and SXSW and Konstantin Bronzit’s “We Can’t Live Without the Cosmos” receiving 40 festival awards worldwide.

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Sunday, November 22nd at 11am

Tickets benefit the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley and a pass to see their new exhibit CUT!

During World War II, four Jewish brothers escape their Nazi-occupied homeland of West Belarus in Poland and join the Soviet partisans to combat the Nazis. The brothers begin the rescue of roughly 1,200 Jews still trapped in the ghettos of Poland. Based on a true story.

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Sunday, November 29th at 11am

In the Ottoman province of Hijaz during World War I, a young Bedouin boy experiences a greatly hastened coming of age as he embarks on a perilous desert journey to guide a British officer to his secret destination.

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Film Club’s November Schedule Takes Movie Go-ers Around the World AND Close To Home

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