Arts & Indies: Indie Films

Keeping with the tradition that started this business back in 1979, we're proud to continue bringing these Art House and Independent films to our audience.  Explore and enjoy!

 

Finding Your Feet (PG-13) Genre: Comedy , Drama Runtime: 01:51

When 'Lady' Sandra Abbott (Academy Award nominee Imelda Staunton) discovers that her husband of forty years (John Sessions) is having an affair with her best friend (Josie Lawrence) she seeks refuge in London with her estranged, older sister Bif (Celia Imrie). The two could not be more different - Sandra is a fish out of water next to her outspoken, serial dating, free-spirited sibling. But different is just what Sandra needs at the moment, and she reluctantly lets Bif drag her along to a community dance class, where gradually she starts finding her feet and romance as she meets her sister's friends, Charlie (Timothy Spall), Jackie (Joanna Lumley) and Ted (David Hayman).“A feel-good romance with sweet performances from its marvelous cast.” –Critics Consensus.

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 24th June 2018
The Seagull (PG-13) Genre: Drama Runtime: 01:38

THE SEAGULL is the heartbreaking and funny story of friends and lovers, all of whom are in love with the wrong person. The movie is timely in its depiction of the tragic consequences of narcissism, particularly on young dreams and romantic love.

Playing at Sutton Cinemas
Friday 22nd June 2018
Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story () Genre: Documentary Runtime:

Elephant rescues in Thailand are rare, unpredictable and often life threatening. After waiting 2.5 years, actor/director Ashley Bell and a team of elephant rescuers led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist and TIME Magazine's Hero of Asia, LekChailert, embark on a daring mission 480 miles across Thailand to rescue Noi Na, a 70-year old partially blind trekking elephant and bring her to freedom. The plight of the Asian Elephant has been completely overlooked even though they are the elephant we are most familiar with in zoos, circuses and elephant rides. LOVE & BANANAS aims to ignite a new way of thinking about this species and shows what can be done to prevent the extinction of Asian elephants. “Anyone who loves elephants is bound to adore Ashley Bell's deeply affecting documentary about efforts to save the Asian elephant.” –Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter.

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 1st July 2018
Hearts Beat Loud (PG-13) Genre: Drama Runtime: 01:37

Widower and aging Brooklyn hipster Frank Fisher (Nick Offerman) starts a band with his teenage daughter Sam (Kiersey Clemons) just before she leaves home to attend college in California. When a song of theirs finds success online, it complicates Frank's attempts to let go of his dreams of stardom and allow his daughter to find her own path in life. “A truly sweet, funny, and downright likable comedy.” –Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 15th July 2018
Always at The Carlyle (PG-13) Genre: Documentary Runtime: 01:32

For the past 88 years, The Carlyle Hotel has been the definition of class and a calling card for Manhattan's elegant Upper East Side. But while it has housed some of the world's most famous clientele, the stories within the walls of the hotel rarely leave the premises. Until now.In the works for more than three years, Always at The Carlyle offers an exclusive and provocative peek into the pop culture history of the renowned hotel, all from the mouths of The Carlyle's own guests and employees. George Clooney, Anjelica Huston, Tommy Lee Jones, Vera Wang, Anthony Bourdain, Roger Federer, Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola, Jon Hamm, Lenny Kravitz, Naomi Campbell and Elaine Stritch join the more than 100 personalities sharing their favorite stories and unique insights in this exposé of New York City's legendary hotel. “This storied 88-year-old hotel, filled with impossibly glamorous ghosts, radiates an elegance that seems like an anomaly in this shallow age of Trump-style glitz.” –Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 22nd July 2018
Strangers on the Earth (NR) Genre: Documentary Runtime: 01:30

Europe's most popular pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago attracts wayfarers of all stripes to walk its ancient paths in search of meaning. One such pilgrim is Dane Johansen, an American cellist who ventured to walk the Camino with his instrument on his back, performing music for his fellow pilgrims along the way. Accompanied by the vast landscapes of Northern Spain, the haunting music of J.S. Bach for solo cello (performed by Johansen), and the very personal struggles and joys of the many pilgrims encountered along the way, 'Strangers on the Earth' examines the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of the concept of 'journey' and the vital role it can play as part of the human experience. “A cellist's 600-mile trek with his instrument along an ancient Spanish pilgrimage trail becomes a soulful riff on the all-too-fleeting rhapsodies of travel.” –Chris Barsanti, Film Journal International.

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 29th July 2018
The Guardians (Les Gardiennes) (R) Genre: Drama Runtime: 02:18

In French with English subtitles. An affecting human drama of love, loss, and resilience unfolds against the backdrop of World War I. The women of the Paridier farm, under the deft hand of Hortense, the family's matriarch (Nathalie Baye) must grapple with the workload while the men, including two sons, are off at the front. Hortense reluctantly brings on an outsider, the hard-scrabble teenage orphan, Francine (Iris Bry), to help her daughter Solange (Laura Smet). New tools allow the women to triumph over the land, newfound independence is acquired, yet emotions are stirred, especially when the men return from the front on short leaves. Acclaimed filmmaker Xavier Beauvois (Of Gods and Men) revels in the mysteries and beauties of the French countryside, here unravaged by war, with painterly images bathed in natural light, yet keeps his focus on the intricate drama that plays out against the upheaval of the Great War. “Highest Rating!A masterpiece about rural French women during World War I. The performances are extraordinary.” Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle.

Playing at The Nevada Theatre Film Series
Sunday 5th August 2018