Monthly Archives: December 2012
“Found Memories” is a drama from Brazil directed by Julia Murat. Neil Young of the Hollywood Report calls “Found Memories …..a confident and impressive first fiction feature! Offers a sweetly seductive form of intoxication”.
“Found Memories”, direct from the Venice, Toronto and New York film festivals tells the story of Madalena who makes bread for Antonio’s old coffee shop. Every day, she crosses the railroad tracks where no trains have passed for years; Clinging to the image of her dead husband and living in her memories, Madalena is awakened by the arrival of Rita, a young photographer who is arriving in the ghost village of Jotuomba, where time seems to have stopped. A deep relationship is forged between the two women, which gradually builds to have a profound effect on both of their lives, as well as the rest of the villagers.
Advanced tickets will be available at the McCall Public Library, starting next Thursday, January 3 until 5 p.m. Tuesday, the day of the show. Remaining tickets will be available at the door. All tickets are free. The film is unrated and is not recommended for viewers under the age of 18.
Next Movie, Feb. 5: Teddy Bear
Our next movies will be Tuesday, January 8 and Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 7 P.M.
Had great turnout for our December movie, “The Day I Saw Your Heart”. Remember if you missed any movies we have shown, they are in the McCall Public Library for your viewing.
Have a great Holiday.
Bill and Jacki
The McCall Film Society presents “The Day I Saw Your Heart”, Tuesday, December 11th at 7 p.m. , at the Alpine Playhouse.
This film is a comedy from France written and directed by Jennifer Devolère. “A film that’s creative and likable, right up to its surprising conclusion when everything comes together.” says Amélie Emenault of Excessif.
Ms. Devolère’s film presents families as complicated…Especially when Eli, the father, who’s about to be 60, is expecting a baby with his new wife. Upon hearing this news, his two grown daughters, Dom, who is trying to adopt, and Justine, who flits from one boyfriend to the next, are shocked. When Justine falls in love again and Eli is about to ruin everything, this family is on the verge of falling apart. Will they all be able to make peace before it’s too late? “The Day I Saw Your Heart” is 98 minutes long and is in French with English subtitles.
Advanced tickets will be available at the McCall Public Library, starting Thursday, December 6 until 5 p.m. Tuesday, the day of the show. Remaining tickets will be available at the door. All tickets are free. The film is unrated and is not recommended for viewers under the age of 18.