Independent film screenings continue at Cinema Art Theater on August 27


Marvelous and captivating independent film screenings continue at the Cinema Art Theater in Lewes.

In “Pig,” a reclusive truffle hunter and former chef (played by Nicholas Cage) who lives alone in the Oregon wilderness must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved forage pig after he is kidnapped. . This movie has it all: artisanal cuisine, unlikely friendships, and a captivating performance by Cage.

“Roadrunner: A Film about Anthony Bourdain” is an intimate behind-the-scenes documentary that shows how an anonymous professional cook became a world-renowned cultural icon. Viewers follow the life and career of celebrity chef, writer, adventurer and provocateur Anthony Bourdain, who has lived his life shamelessly.

“12 Mighty Orphans” tells the true story of a Fort Worth orphanage football team whose members, during the Great Depression, went from playing without shoes – or even without a ball – to playing for the championship. the state of Texas.

In the romantic comedy “Queen Bees,” a fiercely independent senior, Helen (played by Ellen Burstyn), temporarily moves into the nearby Pine Grove Community Center while her home undergoes repairs. There, she meets lusty widows, fierce bridge tournaments and a hotbed of nasty girl bullying, and ultimately discovers that it’s never too late to make new friends and maybe even find a new love. .

In “Swan Song,” a long-retired hairstylist escapes from his retirement home and embarks on an odyssey through his small Ohio town to style the hair of a well-heeled former client for her funeral . He confronts the ghosts of his past and regains his brilliance along the way.

“The Green Knight”, an epic medieval fantasy based on a timeless Arthurian legend, tells the story of Sir Gaiwan (played by Dev Patel), King Arthur’s reckless and headstrong nephew. He embarks on a daring quest to face the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned alien and tester of men.

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Admission is $ 8 for members and $ 11 for non-members. Customers are encouraged to purchase their entry online.

If seats are available, admission can be purchased at the theater from 30 minutes before each screening.


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