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This Weekend: Sat 5/23 – Sun 5/24

Saturday, May 23rd: 6:00
Sunday, May 24th: 3:00
Saturday, May 30th: 4:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: Patience [After Sebald]

A film by Grant Gee. A richly textured essay film on landscape, art, history, life and loss, "Patience (After Sebald)" offers a unique exploration of the work and influence of internationally acclaimed writer W.G. Sebald (1944 - 2001). With contributions from major writers, artists and filmmakers, including Adam Philips, Robert Macfarlane, Rick Moody and Tacita Dean, the film is structured around a walk through coastal East Anglia, the same path followed by Sebald in his ground-breaking book, "The Rings of Saturn." Directed by the Grierson Award-winning director of "Joy Division," "Patience" is the first film on this important and vital writer, and marks ten years since his untimely death.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Grant Gee
2012, 90 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 6:15
Sunday, May 24th: 3:15
Thursday, May 28th: 8:15
Friday, May 29th: 8:15
Saturday, May 30th: 8:15
Sunday, May 31st: 7:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared

After a long and colorful life working in munitions and getting entangled in the Spanish Civil War, the Manhattan Project, and other definitive events of the 20th century, Allan Karlsson finds himself stuck in a nursing home. Determined to escape on his 100th birthday, he leaps out of a window and onto the nearest bus, kick ing off an unexpected journey involving, among other surprises, a suitcase stuffed with cash, some wicked criminals, and an elephant named Sonya. Starring beloved comedian Robert Gustafsson, this fanciful spin on world history is based on the best-selling novel by Jonas Jonasson and directed by Felix Herngren.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Felix Herngren
2014, 1h 54 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 8:00
Sunday, May 24th: 7:00
Thursday, May 28th: 6:15
Friday, May 29th: 6:15
Saturday, May 30th: 6:00
Sunday, May 31st: 5:00
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: A Wolf at the Door

Set in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, the film is based on real events, and is a nerve-rattling tale of a kidnapped child and the terror of the parents left behind. When Sylvia (Fabíula Nascimento) discovers her six-year-old daughter has been picked up at school by an unknown woman, police summon her husband Bernardo (Milhem Cortaz) to the station for questioning. There Bernardo confesses his extra-marital affair with the beautiful young Rosa (Leandra Leal), whom detectives believe to be involved in the kidnapping. Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Coimbra's suspenseful debut feature captures the heightened anxiety of every parent's worst nightmare, casting a light upon the cruelties of which humans are capable.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Fernando Coimbra
In Portuguese with English subtitles.
2013, 1h 40 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 8:15
Sunday, May 24th: 7:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: Every Secret Thing

Detective Nancy Porter (Elizabeth Banks) is still haunted by her failure to save the life of a missing child from the hands of two young girls. Eight years later, another child goes missing in the same town just days after Ronnie and Alice (Dakota Fanning and newcomer Danielle Macdonald), the two girls convicted of the former crime, were released from juvenile detention. Porter and her partner (Nate Parker) must race against the clock to prevent history from repeating itself. But as they begin to investigate the girls and their families, especially Alice's protective mother (Diane Lane), they unearth a web of secrets and deceptions that calls everything into question.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Amy J. Berg
2015, 1h 33 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 1:00
General: $20, Student: $15
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Stratford Shakespeare Festival : Antony and Cleopatra

The steamy story of a midlife affair that shook the foundations of the ancient world comes to vivid life in the Stratford Festival production of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, starring Geraint Wyn Davies and Yanna McIntosh as the powerful rulers whose insatiable love leads to the greatest of tragedies. Director Gary Griffin paints an unforgettable landscape depicting the devastation wrought by the heart's transgressions.

See the trailer here.

"Yanna McIntosh makes Cleopatra the consummate sexual manipulator, proud of her talents, furious when they fail her." Robert Cushman, National Post

"Antony and Cleopatra reminds us that sexuality is all too often wasted on the young. Its hero and heroine are old enough to know better. Nonetheless, they crash and burn in a sea of intense, obsessive, sexual desire - before our very eyes." Robert Reid, The Record

2h 50 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 2:00
Member: $5, General: $7, Student: $5
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Classic Movie: Charlie Chaplin's City Nights

City Lights, the most cherished film by Charlie Chaplin, is also his ultimate Little Tramp chronicle. The writer- director-star achieved new levels of grace, in both physical comedy and dramatic poignancy, with this silent tale of a lovable vagrant falling for a young blind woman who sells flowers on the street (a magical Virginia Cherrill) and mistakes him for a millionaire.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Charlie Chaplin
1931, 1h 26 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 4:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Classic Movie: A Night at the Opera

Grand comedy as Groucho, Chico, and Harpo cram a ship's stateroom and more with wall-to-wall gags, one-liners, musical riffs, and two hard-boiled eggs - all while helping two young hopefuls (Kitty Carlisle and Allan Jones) get a break. To save the opera, our heroes must first destroy it. And they must also gain ocean passage as stowaways, pull the wool (if not the beards) over the eyes of City Hall, shred legal mumbo jumbo into a Sanity Clause, pester dowager Claypool (Margaret Dumont), and unleash so much glee that many say this is the best Marx Brothers movie ever. Seeing is believing!

See the trailer here.

Directed by Edmund Goulding, Sam Wood
1935, 1h 33 minutes

Sunday, May 24th: 5:00
Sunday, May 31st: 5:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: Awake- The Life of Yogananda

Awake is an unconventional biography about an Indian Swami who brought yoga and meditation to the West in the 1920s. Paramahansa Yogananda authored the spiritual classic Autobiography of a Yogi, which is a go-to-book for seekers, philosophers and yoga enthusiasts today. It was the only book that Steve Jobs had on his iPad and was also a point of entry into Eastern mysticism for George Harrison, Russell Simmons, and countless yogis. By personalizing his own quest for enlightenment and sharing his struggles along the path, Yogananda made ancient teachings accesible to a modern audience. Awake is ultimately the story of mankind itself: the universal struggle of all beings to free themselves from suffering and to seek lasting happiness.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Paola di Florio & Lisa Leeman
2014, 87 minutes

Saturday, May 23rd: 4:00
Sunday, May 24th: 5:15
Saturday, May 30th: 6:15
Sunday, May 31st: 3:15
Member: $6, General: $8, Student: $6
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Movie: The Sturgeon Queens

"The World's Greatest Feminist Fishmonger" - The New Republic. Four generations of a Jewish immigrant family create Russ and Daughters, a Lower East Side lox and herring emporium that survives and thrives. Produced to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the store, this documentary features an extensive interview with two of the original daughters for whom the store was named, now 100 and 92 years old, and interviews with prominent enthusiasts of the store including Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, New Yorker writer Calvin Trillin, and 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer.

See the trailer here.

Directed by Julie Cohen
2014, 54 minutes

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday, May 31st: 11:00 - 2:00
FREE
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Special Event : Gallery Opening Brunch: Judy Grunberg Past & Present

A retrospective of work in a variety of art forms.
Judy began her career as a painter and graphic artist but has spent the greater part of her life in other, though related, fields. She has worked as a photographer, graphic designer, and textile artist. Since moving to Chatham in 1965, Judy has been involved with a number of not-for-profit organizations, mostly connected to the arts and the natural environment including PS21, now entering its tenth season of summer performances just north of Chatham NY.


From Monday, July 6th to Saturday, August 29th
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Youth Program: The Bench Project

The Bench Project is an ongoing summer workshop, now in its third year in collaboration with Workforce Investment Board of Columbia & Greene Counties. Monday - Friday, 6 weeks during July and August; 10:00am to 2:00pm; ages 16 - 19

Under the direction of Linda Mussmann and TSL Staff, three to four young people learn how to design, build, paint, and sell simple, colorful park benches. Participants sharpen their math, motor, and marketing skills during the process and share in the pride when their benches are sold and are placed in private homes and gardens or in public places for the community to use and appreciate.

To register for hands on projects: email Time & Space.


From Monday, July 13th to Thursday, July 16th
$150/material fee includes dulcimer and songbook
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Youth Program: Shelly Ley Music: Build Your Instrument, Build Your Community

Monday - Thursday, July 13 thru July 17; 10:00am - 2:00pm, ages 10 - 15.

Build a dulcimer to take home! The dulcimer is a simple string instrument developed right here in the USA. It has a unique sound that adds a special texture to everyday songs. It is easy to learn to play and a very satisfying instrument to add to any group.

In the morning, learn to play songs on the dulcimer and then sing along - with harmony, too! In the afternoon, take a walking tour of Hudson and go behind the scenes of local businesses and community centers. (What is in that old warehouse? In that old church? Which is the best flavor at the local ice cream parlor?) At the end of the week, play a few songs for the community.

To register for music workshops: email Shelly Ley.

$150/material fee includes dulcimer and songbook
Scholarships available
Registration DUE June 1st.


Saturday, Jul 18th: 1:00
Adults: $22, Children Under 12: $15
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National Theatre of London - NT Live
Live Simulcast: Everyman - a new adaptation by Carol Ann Duffy

BAFTA winner and Academy Award® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) takes the title role in this dynamic new production of one of English drama's oldest plays, directed by the National Theatre's new Director Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road).

Everyman is successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. He is forced to abandon the life he has built and embark on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defence. But Death is close behind, and time is running out.

One of the great primal, spiritual myths, Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand our lives. A cornerstone of English drama since the 15th century, it now explodes onto the stage in a startling production with words by Carol Ann Duffy, Poet Laureate, and movement by Javier De Frutos.

Directed by Rufus Norris
2015, TBA minutes
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From Monday, July 20th to Friday, July 24th
suggested fee: $150
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Youth Program: House Building for Kids @TSL

Youth Program for 8 - 11 year olds
Participants will learn about simple framing, beginning by constructing a tool box and workbench and progressing to a group project of building a small house. They will gain hands-on experience with real tools, blueprints and inspire their creative instincts.

TSL Staff members, under the supervision of Linda Mussmann, take participants, step by step, through the house-bulding process of assembling the right tools and materials, measuring and making the wall pieces, building the base and four walls, attaching the walls to the base, framing the door, window, and roof, and then attaching the siding and roofing.

The workshop is inspired by the book "Housebuilding for Children" by Lester Walker, award-winning architect and widely published writer.

To register for hands on projects: email Time & Space.


From Monday, July 27th to Friday, July 31st
Suggested donation: $125
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Youth Program: Shelly Ley Music: Nature Sings

Ages 5-9.

Every morning the children learn singing games, simple songs, and story songs with nature themes. Field trips to local parks, such as the Columbia County Nature Conservancy and Olana include scientific information about local plants and animals.

Each day the children also create a nature-related art project. The last day includes a time to share the art and songs from the week with family and friends.

To register for music workshops: email Shelly Ley.


Thursday, Oct 15th: 2:00
Sunday, Oct 18th: 1:00
Adults: $22, Children Under 12: $15
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National Theatre of London - NT Live
Live Simulcast: Hamlet

Academy Award® nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC's Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre) takes on the title role of Shakespeare's great tragedy.

Directed by Lyndsey Turner (Posh, Chimerica) and produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, National Theatre Live will broadcast this eagerly awaited production live to cinemas.

As a country arms itself for war, a family tears itself apart. Forced to avenge his father's death but paralysed by the task ahead, Hamlet rages against the impossibility of his predicament, threatening both his sanity and the security of the state.

Directed by Lyndsey Turner
2015, TBA minutes
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