November 20, 2017 11:30 am Last modified: 12:21 pm

Movies

"This Is It" Offers Fans Final Glimpse of Jackson

Unless you've just crawled out from a mine shaft, you know that Michael Jackson died mysteriously June 25. But, all is not lost: we already have a documentary of the rehearsals for what would have been his comeback tour.

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The New Forum Season Presents “Pray the Devil Back to Hell”

The Forum presents “Pray the Devil Back To Hell,” an award-winning documentary on the heroic and successful struggle of the women of Liberia to end the violence of civil war.

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Documentary on Puerto Rican Migration Playing on St. Croix

Sunny Isles Theater will showcase award-winning St. Croix filmmaker Johanna Bermúdez-Ruiz's documentary "Sugar Pathways" starting Thursday as part of this month's Hispanic Heritage Month and Virgin Islands-Puerto Rico Friendship celebrations.

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Film Society Will Show Cuban Documentary

The St. John Film Society will show a “vibrant and hopeful” film about the resourcefulness, determination, and optimism of the Cuban people as they recover from economic crises and make the transition to a more sustainable way of life.  

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Movies 4 Life Presents “The Shadow Effect” and Next Day Workshop

Movies 4 Life presents a film by Debbie Ford entitled “The Shadow Effect”  on Saturday, Sept. 19, at Pistarckle Theater, which will be followed on Sunday, Sept. 20, by a workshop on the film.

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SevenMinusSeven Presents Movies 4 Life

Movies 4 Life at Seven Minus Seven will hold its monthly Eckhart Tolle DVD Workshop at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 3,.

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Is Tarantino's Latest "Big, Bold" Or "Appalling?"

Never an auteur of modest ambitions, in "Inglourious Basterds" director Quentin Tarantino  takes on World War II, provoking one critic to label it "Pulp War Fiction." The critics are all over the map.

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State of Play' Riveting State of the Art Political Thriller

At a time when the fate of print newspapers is in imminent peril, "State of Play," shows what a crack investigative journalist can do in what critics are calling a riveting state of the art political film, exciting and twisty.
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'State of Play' Riveting State of the Art Political Thriller

At a time when the fate of print newspapers is in imminent peril, "State of Play," shows what a crack investigative journalist can do in what critics are calling a riveting state of the art political film, exciting and twisty.
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St. John Film Society Presents 'The Garifuna Journey'

St. John Film Society will show "The Garifuna Journey," a 46-minute documentary by Andrea E. Leland and Kathy Berger, on April 7, at Sputnik's.
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