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Director Judy Irving delighted audiences with The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, and now she returns with another documentary about birds in the Bay Area, which is being distributed by Waterville, Maine’s Shadow Distribution. The star of the film is Gigi, a pelican that was “arrested” for blocking traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge. Irving looks at Gigi’s entire life, from birth to capture to rehabilitation, while shining a light on what makes these odd birds so unique.
$8 general admission
$6 for members and students w/ valid i.d.
Tickets are sold beginning at 10 a.m. on the day of the show at Admissions Desk.
PMA Movies offers an arthouse alternative to the multiplex with some of the best foreign, classic, and independent films available.
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Toni Servillo, who captivated PMA Movies audiences with The Great Beauty, brilliantly embodies two roles in this political drama from Italy. In one of the roles, he plays Enrico Oliveri, a career politician of declining popularity, who flees the country to avoid facing his impending failure. In the other role, he plays Giovanni Ernani, Oliveri’s twin brother. Ernani, recently released from an insane asylum, is tasked by Oliveri’s political party to pretend to be Oliveri.
Charlie Hunnam (of the popular TV show Sons of Anarchy) stars as the title character in this colorful adaption of the Dickens novel about a young man who, after the death of his father, endeavors to save his family from a cruel uncle. Jamie Bell, Jim Broadbent, Alan Cumming, Anne Hathaway, Nathan Lane, and Christopher Plummer round out the impressive cast.
Among the first of Alfred Hitchcock’s many masterpieces—and well before he moved to Hollywood—was this British thriller about a man (Robert Donat) who chances into a beautiful spy (Lucie Mannheim) who informs him of an enemy plot to uncover British military secrets and mentions something about the “39 steps.” Those who know Hitchcock recognize this as a “MacGuffin” to get the plot moving (this is one of the first of his films to use such a device), and the man soon finds himself on the run from mysterious assassins and attempting to solve the mystery of the 39 steps.
This fall, 16 of the most revered British films of all time are coming to Portland Museum of Art.