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Wednesday, March 8

6:15pm CST

Kate Can't Swim
USA - 90 minutes

Directer: Josh Helman
Writer: Jennifer Allcott and Josh Helman
Co-Director: Evan Jonigkeit
Producer: Jennifer Allcott, Samuel R. Syrop
Executive Producer: Evan Jonigkeit, Zosia Mamet
Cast: Celeste Arias, Jennifer Allcott, Grayson Dejesus, Josh Helman

Kate is almost thirty, almost engaged, almost settled in her career as a writer—but is deeply dissatisfied. When Kate’s best friend Em returns from Paris with a surprising new lover in tow, Kate and her boyfriend Pete spend a weekend in upstate New York with the new couple. As Kate struggles with her suspicions about Em’s new lover, dormant feelings about her own life arise, forcing her to decide whether to stay on her current life path or to burn it down and forge a new one.

Wednesday March 8, 2017 6:15pm - 7:41pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St

8:15pm CST

Pushing Dead
USA - 111 minutes

Writer/Director: Tom E. Brown
Producer: Chris Martin, Richard LaGravenese, Jim Bloom, Eyde Belasco
Cast: James Roday, Danny Glover, Robin Weigert, Khandi Alexander

When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of universal care, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy or come up with $3000 a month to buy meds on his own? A comedy.

Wednesday March 8, 2017 8:15pm - 10:07pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #11 304 N 174th St

8:45pm CST

Chee & T
USA - 80 minutes
Director: Tanuj Chopra
Writer: Tanuj Chopra, Chee Malabar
Producer: Sohini Sengupta, Sunkrish Bala, Christine Kwon
Cast: Dominic Rains, Sunkrish Bala, Asif Ali, Noureen DeWulf, Rebecca Hazlewood, Karan Soni, Bernard White, Scott Rogers, Himanshu Suri

Chee and T, a pair of underachieving debt collectors stuck in Silicon Valley, spend their days kicking in doors, collecting rent, and chain smoking. The man-children survive by remaining in the employ of Chee's Uncle Rob, a wealthy Silicon Valley landlord-tycoon. When Uncle Rob asks them to do a seemingly small job: get his nephew Mayunk a fresh haircut and new suit for his upcoming engagement party, Chee and T kick back thinking they're in for the easiest job of their 'careers.' Unfortunately for the duo, young Mayunk has an unfiltered swagger and talent for hunting down narcotics. It turns out that handling their hyperactive, drug-crazed little cousin proves to be anything but simple.

Wednesday March 8, 2017 8:45pm - 10:05pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St
Thursday, March 9

8:45pm CST

Laura Gets a Cat
(Comedy, Drama, Romance)
USA - 83 minutes

Writer/Director: Michael Ferrell
Producer: Michael Ferrell, Chris Prine, Devin Sanchez
Cast: Dana Brooke, Michael Ferrell, Josh Tyson, Jason Kravits, Eric T. Miller, Gregory Lay, Candace Thompson, Devin Sanchez, Chris Prine

Laura, an unemployed writer in New York City, has a boyfriend who provides little excitement and two best friends who seem to have achieved all their hopes and dreams, if only to spite her. Good thing she has a vivid imaginary life. Even her daydreams turn on her however, including a podcast host who exposes her for having a cliché dream sequence and poet Lord Byron, who has traveled time to see her only to become pathetically needy. After she starts an affair with Ian, a performance artist coffee shop barista, real life proves too complicated. She packs up a suitcase and moves to a small beach town in North Carolina only to find out that peace of mind is not necessarily found by chasing it.

Thursday March 9, 2017 8:45pm - 10:08pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St
Friday, March 10

6:00pm CST

Girl Flu.
(Comedy, Family)
USA - 94 minutes

Writer/Director: Dorie Barton
Producer: David K. Wilson, Jay Lowi
Executive Producer: Richard Hull, Paul Schiff
Cast: Katee Sackhoff, Jade Pettyjohn, Jeremy Sisto, Heather Matarazzo, Diego Josef, Judy Reyes

Bird, 12, wise beyond her years, finds herself having to take care of her fun-but-flighty stoner of a mom, Jenny. When Bird is humiliated by getting her first period at the school picnic, the delicate balance at home blows up as Bird and Jenny struggle to navigate the onslaught of change and raging hormones. After making some regrettable decisions along the way, with the help of Jenny’s golden-hearted boyfriend and her rock steady best friend, both mother and daughter discover what it means to really become a woman.

Friday March 10, 2017 6:00pm - 7:32pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #16 304 N 174th St

8:15pm CST

Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse
USA - 90 minutes

Writer/Director: Etta Devine, Gabriel Diani
Producer: Gabriel Diani, Etta Devine, Chad Meserve
Cast: Etta Devine, Gabriel Diani, Barry Bostwick, Kirsten Vangsness, Janet Varney, Jonathan Silverman, Armin Shimerman, Kitty Swink, Harry Groener, Dawn Didawick, Ramon De Ocampo, Jocelyn Towne, Arye Gross, Amir Talai, Cole Stratton, America Young

A feature-length comedy about two comedians who are woefully unprepared for the End of Civilization. Like "The Road"...but funnier!

Friday March 10, 2017 8:15pm - 9:45pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #16 304 N 174th St

8:25pm CST

Brave New Jersey
USA - 86 minutes
Director: Jody Lambert
Writer: Michael Dowling, Jody Lambert
Producer: Taylor Williams, Jen Roskind
Cast: Tony Hale, Heather Burns, Anna Camp, Dan Bakkedahl, Sam Jaeger, Raymond J. Barry, Mel Rodriguez, Grace Kaufman, Matt Oberg, Erika Alexander, Leonard Earl Howze, Evan Jonigkeit, Harp Sandman, Noah Lomax

A comedy about a small town on the night of Orson Welles’s legendary, 1938 "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast -- the hoax that terrified millions into believing Martians were invading America. As the citizens of one New Jersey town are faced with what they think is their last night on Earth, their lives will change forever. An alien invasion movie where the aliens never show up.

Friday March 10, 2017 8:25pm - 9:52pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St
Saturday, March 11

1:15pm CST

Wild Prairie Rose
(Drama, Family)
USA - 91 minutes
Director: Deborah LaVine
Writer: Sharon B. Greene
Producer: Carol Monroe
Executive Producer: Cliff Schulz
Cast: Tara Samuel, Troy Kotsur, Suanne Spoke, Courtney Jones, Maya Brattkus, Samuel Schulz

After leaving her hometown for big city life, Rose must return home to care for her ailing mother. It is the 1950s, and Rose is a trailblazer at a time when the role of women was beginning to change.

Back home, she befriends James, a deaf man. Although the role of women was evolving, deaf people were still typically seen as outcasts.

Rose is intrigued by James. She learns that just because he cannot hear or speak, there are many ways to communicate, and finds that he is intelligent, thoughtful and creative.

Although her family and friends discourage the unlikely friendship, the two grow to appreciate each other and fall in love.

Sometimes you find what you are looking for where you least expect it — and coming home, Rose discovers hers.

Saturday March 11, 2017 1:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #16 304 N 174th St

6:00pm CST

Different Flowers
USA - 99 minutes

Writer/Director: Morgan Dameron
Producer: Shelley Long, David Karp, Morgan Dameron
Cast: Shelley Long, Emma Bell, Hope Lauren, Romy Rosemont, Rob Mayes, Sterling Knight, Sean Gunn, Steve Agee

On the day of her big Midwestern wedding, Millie, a persnickety bride, jilts her fiance at the altar with the help of her spunky younger sister, Emma, and embarks on a life-changing adventure. Starring and produced by Shelley Long, and first feature from writer and director Morgan Dameron, DIFFERENT FLOWERS is a love letter to the heartland. Filmed entirely on location in Dameron's hometown of Kansas City, DIFFERENT FLOWERS is about learning to follow your heart.

Saturday March 11, 2017 6:00pm - 7:39pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St

8:30pm CST

Dave Made a Maze
USA - 81 minutes

Director: Bill Watterson
Writer: Steven Sears, Bill Watterson
Producer: John Charles Meyer, John Chuldenko
Cast: Nick Thune, Meera Rohit Kumbhani, James Urbaniak, Adam Busch

Dave, an artist who has yet to complete anything significant in his career, builds a fort in his living room out of pure frustration, only to wind up trapped by the fantastical pitfalls, booby traps, and critters of his own creation. Ignoring his warnings, Dave's girlfriend Annie leads a band of oddball explorers on a rescue mission. Once inside, they find themselves trapped in an ever-changing supernatural world, threatened by booby traps and pursued by a bloodthirsty Minotaur.

DAVE MADE A MAZE re-imagines classic 80s adventure films with a modern comedic edge and a higher body count. The handmade fantasy world comes to life with puppetry, stop-motion animation, & in-camera optical illusions.

Saturday March 11, 2017 8:30pm - 9:50pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #10 304 N 174th St

8:30pm CST

All the Birds Have Flown South
USA - 98 minutes

Writer/Director: Joshua H. Miller, Miles B. Miller
Producer: Kathryn Francis Tucker, Joshua H. Miller, Miles B. Miller
Cast: Paul Sparks, Joey Lauren Adams, Dallas Roberts

After the death of his overbearing mother, a sheltered man attempts to win the affection of a degenerate waitress by caring for her terminally ill and abusive husband. Soon, all three lives began to unravel as obsession and disease began to consume them all.

Saturday March 11, 2017 8:30pm - 10:09pm CST
Village Pointe Cinema - #16 304 N 174th St
Sunday, March 12

2:15pm CDT

Window Horses: The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming
Canada - 88 minutes
Director: Ann Marie Fleming
Writer: Ann Marie Fleming & Maryam Najafi
Producer: Ann Marie Fleming, Sandra Oh
Cast: Ellen Page, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Sandra Oh

A young Canadian poet with Chinese and Persian parents travels to Iran to perform at a poetry festival.

Sunday March 12, 2017 2:15pm - 4:00pm CDT
Village Pointe Cinema - #16 304 N 174th St