GIANT SCREEN MOVIES IN GE THEATRE SMALL TOWN MURDER SONGS When a young, unidentified woman is found dead by the lake, the victim of a brutal and violent crime, Walter, an aging small town police officer (Peter Stormare), is called to the scene of the town’s first murder investigation in decades. Co-stars Martha Plimpton, Aaron Poole & Jill Hennessy. Winner Best Film Torino Int’l Film Festival. This drama is rated R. (76 min) SHOWINGS June 6, Monday at 5:45 & 7:30pm June 7, Tuesday at 5:45 & 7:30pm June 8, Wednesday at 3:30, 5:30 & 7:30pm POTICHE Catherine Deneuve plays a submissive, housebound 1977’s ‘trophy housewife’ who steps in to manage the umbrella factory run by her wealthy and tyrannical husband after the workers go on strike and take him hostage. This comedy, directed by Francois Ozon co-stars Gerard Depardieu and is rated R for some sexuality. In French, English subtitles. Nominated for four Cesars. (103 min) SHOWINGS June 14, Tuesday at 3:00, 5:15 & 7:30pm June 15, Wednesday at 3:00, 5:15 & 7:30pm 3 BACKYARDS A businessman gets “lost” on a business trip without ever leaving town. A little girl finds herself faced with frightening, adult decisions. A well-meaning housewife offers her neighbor a lift and the trip detours into unsettling territory. Starring Edie Falco, Embeth Davidtz & Elia Koteas. Sundance 2010 Winner – Directing Award. This drama is rated R for a scene of sexual content. (88 min) SHOWINGS June 20, Monday at 5:30 & 7:30pm June 21, Tuesday at 5:30 & 7:30pm June 22, Wednesday at 3:30, 5:30 & 7:30pm OF GODS AND MEN Eight French Christian monks live in harmony with their Muslim brothers in a monastery perched in the mountains of North Africa in the 1990s. Winner Best Foreign Film, 2010 National Board of Review, Best Picture, 2011 Cesars. In French, English subtitles. This bio/pic is rated PG-13 for a momentary scene of starting wartime violence, some disturbing images and brief language. (120 min) SHOWINGS June 11, Saturday at 5:00 & 7:30pm June 12, Sunday at 2:00 & 4:30pm HARVEST Gathered one summer in a beautiful shoreline town, three generations are drawn together by their patriarch (Robert Loggia), presenting a portrait of a family awkwardly yet delicately hanging on to what was, what now is, and to one another. This drama is rated R for strong language. (103 min) SHOWINGS June 23, Thursday at 3:00, 5:15 & 7:30pm June 24, Friday at 3:00, 5:15 & 7:30pm June 25, Saturday at 3:00, 5:15 & 7:30pm PRINCESS OF MONTPENSIER Acclaimed filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier directs a spectacular cast in a riveting, lush romantic drama set in the high courts of 16th Century France during the Catholic/Protestant wars that ripped France apart. Marie de Mezieres, The Princess of Montpensier, must struggle passionately to stay alive in the intrigue of this corrupt political and romantic web of duty, passion, religion and war. This drama is not rated. In French, English subtitles. (139 min) SHOWINGS June 26, Sunday at 2:00 & 4:45pm June 27, Monday at 4:30 & 7:15pm June 28, Tuesday at 2:00, 4:30 & 7:15pm Admission is $6.00, unless otherwise noted. Discount Passport Books available FREE PARKING IN THE GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF THE TIMES UNION For more information, please contact: Robert Warlock Film Program Coordinator Proctors 432 State Street Schenectady, NY 12305 518-382-3884 ext. 128 Cell: 518-256-8395