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AMC Castleton Square Theater 2
AMC Castleton Square Theater 4
AMC Castleton Square Theater 9
AMC Castleton Square Theater 11
AMC Castleton Square Theater 5
Francis Ford Coppola Pavilion at AMC Castleton
AMC Traders Point Theater 7
AMC Traders Point Theater 10
AMC Traders Point Theater 11
The Toby at Newfields
DeBoest Lecture Hall at Newfields
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12:45 PM (96 min)
Fiddlin'
"Fiddlin’ is a celebration of true Americana and artistic expression in the face of adversity. This hopeful, optimistic film shines a light on what is best about America and shows the uplifting and healing power of music.
3:15 PM (94 min)
River Runs Red
The son of an African-American judge is killed by police officers on the day he was set to begin law enforcement academy. When the courts clear the officers of wrongdoing, the Judge must decide whether the courts are the only arbiters of justice.
5:45 PM (95 min)
Silver Lake
"Silver Lake" is a story set in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles about Nathan, a writer, who is caught between the odd world of his eccentric friends and the more stable world of his girlfriend and her young children.
8:15 PM (84 min)
Radiogram
1971. Bulgaria is under the Communist regime. In a time when people are systematically oppressed, a father decides to walk almost 100 kilometers to the nearest town so he can buy a new radio for his rock 'n roll obsessed son.
12:15 PM (89 min)
Film School Africa
A Hollywood casting director leaves her lucrative career behind in order to teach filmmaking to youth in an impoverished South African community. In an environment resistant towards art and film, the students learn the true power and impact of storytelling.
2:45 PM (73 min)
Art Paul of Playboy: The Man Behind the Bunny
The visual guru of Playboy and creator of the iconic Bunny logo, Art Paul revolutionized the world of illustration and magazine design. He was a true innovator and artist of our times.
5:15 PM (89 min)
United Skates
When America's last standing roller rinks are threatened with closure, a community of thousands battle in a racially-charged environment to save an underground subculture—one that has remained undiscovered by the mainstream for generations, yet has given rise to some of the world's greatest musical talent.
7:30 PM (143 min)
Monrovia, Indiana
"Located in mid-America, ""Monrovia, Indiana"" (population 1,063) founded in 1834, is primarily a farming community. The film is about the day-to-day experiences living and working in Monrovia, with emphasis on community organizations and institutions, religion and daily life in this farming community.
12:00 PM (112 min)
You Can Choose Your Family
A 17-year-old boy blackmails his father after discovering his secret second family.
3:00 PM (93 min)
Who Will Write Our History
"Who Will Write Our History" tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto.
5:30 PM (83 min)
Marisa in the Woods
A film that flirts with Woody Allen's sense of humor and Eric Rohmer's philosophical reflections, Marisa is lost in a jungle of other people’s drama while postponing hers.
7:45 PM (93 min)
Antiquities
After his father’s death, a young man searches to find who his dad was only to stumble onto himself.
12:30 PM (83 min)
Time Well Spent
Four young surfers who have endured poverty, abandonment, abuse, and death, find refuge in the ocean on a journey to not let their pasts define who they will become.
3:30 PM (92 min)
Phantom Cowboys
From acclaimed director Daniel Patrick Carbone comes a fascinating and poetic longitudinal study of growing up in rural America.
6:00 PM (90 min)
My Friend Mickey: Common Decency and the American Dream
From working as a boy in the family junkyard to emerging as a successful entrepreneur and generous philanthropist, Mickey Maurer’s full and unvarnished story shared for the first time covers the life of this singular yet occasionally misunderstood Hoosier.
8:30 PM (96 min)
The Silence of Others
"The Silence of Others" reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day.
12:00 PM (85 min)
The Guilty
A police officer assigned alarm dispatch duty enters a race against time when he answers an emergency call from a kidnapped woman.
2:30 PM (127 min)
Memoir of War
Marguerite must navigate through the hardships of the Liberation after losing her husband and starting a relationship with the enemy during the War.
7:45 PM (75 min)
My Friend Mickey Premiere After-Party
Join us in the Francis Ford Coppola Winery Pavilion at AMC Castleton Square 14 for an after-party! Enjoy some light refreshments, music, a cash bar and get a chance to speak with the filmmakers from "My Friend Mickey: Common Decency and the American Dream"!
12:15 PM (93 min)
Man Made
"Man Made" takes us into the heart of transgender male (FTM) culture, revealing unexpected truths about gender, masculinity, humanity and love.
2:30 PM (83 min)
From Normal to Extraordinary: Ball State's First Century
Ball State’s centennial allows us to pause and proudly recognize 100 years of history in Indiana. From a small, one-building teachers institute, to a major university, the journey serves as a reminder of our legacy of excellence.
5:15 PM (93 min)
Maze
Based on the true story of the world's most astonishing mass prison escape.
7:45 PM (101 min)
Back Roads
A young man cares for his sisters after their mother is imprisoned for murdering their abusive father. When he strikes up an affair with a married woman, long-dormant family secrets bubble to the surface in this noir thriller.
12:30 PM (85 min)
Go Penguins!
"Go Penguins!" follows a theater troupe’s journey to produce a Broadway-style musical featuring children and young adults with developmental disabilities in lead and ensemble roles. This documentary inspires audiences to see the abilities that shine in everyone.
2:45 PM (74 min)
Proof of Loyalty: Kazuo Yamane and the Nisei Soldiers of Hawaii
"Proof of Loyalty" tells the story of a Japanese American who played a crucial strategic role in WWII. He and his fellow Nisei from Hawaii combatted prejudice and discrimination to loyally serve their country. Their extraordinary service, mostly untold, ultimately changed the course of US history.
4:45 PM (115 min)
Morine
She would accept, fight, and do anything to win her right as a woman to live and serve in the house of God. Stubborn as she is, a 20-year-old revolutionary girl breaks the rules and endures all the consequences.
7:30 PM (56 min)
Phil's Camino: So Far So Good
Phil has stage 4 cancer, yet adopts a positive approach to treatment: incorporating exercise by replicating the legendary Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail in his backyard. Tracking his progress on a map of Spain, he learns what true pilgrimage is.
12:00 PM (95 min)
People's Republic of Desire
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF DESIRE tells the stories of two such online stars who've risen from isolation to fame and fortune in China. The film takes us on a vérité journey through their live streaming showrooms, which have become virtual gathering places for hundreds of millions - from the super rich who lavish performers with digital gifts, to poor migrant workers who worship them.
2:15 PM (94 min)
Hiroshima Carp Theater
The day before the final closure of an historic movie theater in Hiroshima, a mysterious man appears. He tells a great tales of Hiroshima Carp the baseball team to help the movie theater survive.
5:00 PM (90 min)
Tejano
Desperate for cash to save his sick grandfather, a South Texas farmhand resorts to the extreme: he breaks his own arm to smuggle a cast made of cocaine across the Mexican border.
7:15 PM (82 min)
Circles
A Hurricane Katrina survivor who works to keep Black teenagers in school in Oakland, California finds his personal and professional lives colliding when his 15-year-old son goes to jail for a crime he didn't commit.
2:30 PM (91 min)
Thunder Road
Narrative Finalist
Officer Arnaud raises his daughter as a love letter to his late mom. Winner of the 2018 SXSW Grand Jury Award.
4:45 PM (98 min)
Nathan's Kingdom
"Nathan’s Kingdom" is a dark fantasy, coming-of-age drama about an autistic man struggling with his teenage opiate-addict sister, and rather than surrendering to social services, they risk their lives to find a kingdom with the potential to transform their lives forever.
7:30 PM (89 min)
Burden of Genius
His critics called it murder. Others, the beginning of a revolution.
2:00 PM (94 min)
Tre Maison Dasan
Documentary Finalist
A story of boyhood marked by the criminal justice system.
4:30 PM (95 min)
Finding Hygge
A documentary exploring Denmark's secret to happiness.
7:00 PM (80 min)
The Turn Out
In a small town in Southern Appalachia, a trucker must decide if he will stand up and take action against sex trafficking at his truck stop.