World Cinema Project on the Big Screen!
Angola, France | 1972 | Sarah Maldoror
Set in 1961 at the beginning of Angola’s War of Independence from Portugal, this landmark African film focuses on the wife of an arrested Angolan freedom fighter who goes from prison to prison to locate her husband. It’s an anti-colonialist classic (in gorgeous color), directed by a woman. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. Restored DCP. 97 min.
Special admission $12; members, CIA & CSU I.D. holders, and those age 25 & under $9. No passes.
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General Admission: $11
Member: $8 (includes CIA and CSU I.D. holders)
Age 25 & under: $8 (proof of age required)
Additional film on the same day: $8 (or the member price for that film)
Note: Certain films cost more. Exceptions are noted.
No refunds unless screening is canceled.