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June 2020

THE SURROGATE on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 12 - July 16

Screening over. South By Southwest Film Festival selection “This indie drama about a young African American woman who agrees to become pregnant for her gay interracial-couple best friends...touches vividly on numerous hot ethical and identity-politics topics without sermonizing in any direction.   It’s an engrossing, very well-acted tale that will need viewer word of mouth to get the audience this “virtual theater” release deserves.” – Dennis Harvey, Variety “There are no movie-of-the-week histrionics here, and zero moralizing... just perceptive, thoroughly…

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IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 12 - July 16

Screening over. Giving voice to the Indigenous Australian communities, this timely social justice film is relevant in the United States and other countries around the world. Nominated for the Australian Academy Award for Best Documentary and Best Cinematography N.Y. Times critics pick The film’s main subject, Dujuan Hoosan, recently became the youngest person ever to address the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. 20% of the proceeds will go to Children’s Ground charity, an organization led by the film’s advisors (who are…

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THE INVISIBLE WITNESS on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 18 - July 22

Screening over. A new entertaining, noirish thriller from Italy! “When I woke up, the nightmare began.”   So begins the account of Adriano Doria, a wealthy Italian entrepreneur, describing the murky events of the worst night of his life, when he discovers himself in a resort hotel room with a nasty cut on his forehead and the lifeless body of his young mistress lying on the floor amidst a pile of scattered banknotes. Language: Italian (English subtitles) Length: 1 hr.…

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PICTURE OF HIS LIFE on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 18 - July 22

Screening over. Winner of Audience Awards for Best Documentary at film festivals throughout North America, including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston. Winner - Best Documentary, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Amos Nachoum is one of the greatest underwater photographers of all time.   Fascinated by the most fearsome creatures on Earth, he has developed a unique approach, that puts him face to face with his subjects, without any protection.   He swam with crocodiles and killer whales, with anacondas and…

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A REGULAR WOMAN on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 25 - July 29

Screening over. Rated 94% on Rotten Tomatoes Based on the tragic “honor killing” of Hatun Aynur Sürücü in 2005.   A REGULAR WOMAN portrays the life of a fun-and freedom-loving young woman living in constant conflict with an ultra-conservative Turkish Muslim family in Berlin. "Sherry Hormann’s A REGULAR WOMAN takes a compelling new approach to the contentious 2005 case that shocked Germany:   By allowing the murdered woman — a 23-year-old German of Turkish-Kurdish ancestry shot point blank by her…

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HOUSE OF HUMMINGBIRD on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

June 25 - July 29

Screening over. Rated 100% on Rotten Tomatoes Winner Best International Narrative Feature at Tribeca Film Festival Winner Grand Prix for best feature film, Berlin International Film Festival Generation 14plus HOUSE OF HUMMINGBIRD is a critically-acclaimed coming-of-age drama directed by Bora Kim and set in South Korea.   Positioned against the backdrop of a rapidly expanding Seoul in 1994, a lonely 14-year-old Eun-hee moves through life like a hummingbird searching for a taste of sweetness wherever she may find it. "Sensitive,…

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July 2020

BROKEN MIRRORS on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

July 2 - August 5

TICKET SALES END WED. AUG. 5 (after ticket purchase you have 3 days to watch).   PLEASE SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO WATCH ARE BELOW. Starring Shira Haas (also starred in UNORTHODOX) WINNER Jury Prize, Best Actress — Festival du Cinéma Israélien de Montréal NOMINATED for Narrative Feature awards at numerous film festivals including: Berkshire International Film Festival; Zlin Film Festival; Israeli Film Academy; Montréal World Film Festival; Rome Film Fest Seventeen-year-old…

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THE KEEPER on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

July 3 - August 5

TICKET SALES END WED. AUG. 5 (after ticket purchase you have 3 days to watch).   PLEASE SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO WATCH ARE BELOW. THE KEEPER tells the incredible true story of Bert Trautmann, a German soldier and prisoner of war who, against a backdrop of British post-war protest and prejudice, secures the position of Goalkeeper at Manchester City, and in doing so becomes a footballing icon. "Rousing, emotional, riveting.” –…

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NEVER TOO LATE on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

July 10 - August 12

TICKET SALES END WED. AUG. 12 (after ticket purchase you have 2 days to watch).   PLEASE SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO VIEW, SEE THE HELP LINK BELOW THE FILM POSTER. CLICK HERE for your 48-hour ticket for NEVER TOO LATE. FOR A CHANGE OF PACE WE HAVE A LIGHTWEIGHT, ENTERTAINING COMEDY ABOUT FOUR VETERANS WHO BREAK OUT OF A NURSING HOME TO HELP ONE CHASE THE GIRL OF HIS DREAMS.…

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ANTON on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

July 17 - August 12

TICKET SALES END WED. AUG. 12 (after ticket purchase you have 5 days to watch). FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO VIEW, SEE THE HELP LINK BELOW THE FILM POSTER. CLICK HERE for your 5 day ticket for ANTON. Expected to represent the country of Georgia at the 2021 Oscars Revolution and revenge, fear and hope, love and hate all converge in a small Ukrainian village in 1919.   Based on true events, ANTON explores a little-known period of Russian history,…

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