Spring 2015 Film Series

The Furman Film Series previews the best new independent films and studio releases, followed by Q&As with filmmakers and industry professionals.

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Mar 12: Marie’s Story »
Mar 26: 5 to 7 »
Apr 9: TBA
Apr 23: TBA
May 7: TBA
Plus BONUS screening!

Subscriber benefits include priority seating and the following movie night deals and discounts at these local restaurants (upon presentation of your subscriber card):

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  • GREAT NECK DINER 14 Grace Ave.: 15% off entire check, plus one complimentary glass of wine per person (one voucher per table only)
  • LOLA 113A Middle Neck Road: Complimentary glass of wine with dinner
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When available, individual tickets are $15 ($10 students) when purchased in advance; tickets $20 at the door. Call (516) 829-2570 or purchase online.

Screenings take place at Bow Tie Squire Cinemas, 115 Middle Neck Road, Great Neck (Click here for directions) at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7:00pm for subscribers and 7:15pm for individual ticket holders.


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Directed by Jean-Pierre Améris. France, 2014, 95 min.

Based on real-life events that took place in the late nineteenth century, Marie’s Story follows the story of a deaf and blind fourteen-year-old girl who can’t communicate with the outside world. Despite the advice of a doctor who believes she is “dumb,” Marie’s father, a humble artisan, cannot bring himself to commit her to an asylum. Out of despair, he takes her to the Larnay Institute near Poitiers where nuns take care of young deaf women. Her Mother Superior’s skepticism notwithstanding, Sister Marguerite, a young nun, takes Marie under her wing and does everything she can to bring her to open up to her surroundings.

Variety Piazza Grande Award - Locarno Film Festival
Winner World Cinema Audience Favorite - Mill Valley Film Festival

Advance tickets $15 ($10 students – CLICK HERE) | $20 at the door

Guest Speakers: Susan Ruzenski and Debbie Fiderer of the Helen Keller National Center

Part of the 7th Annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival
March 12-18, 2015
In venues throughout NY
For full festival program and information visit: NY.REELABILITIES.ORG

Mar 26: 5 TO 7

Directed by Victor Levin. USA, 2014, 95 min.

Outside the Manhattan St. Regis Hotel, aspiring young writer Brian (Anton Yelchin) first meets Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe), the sophisticated wife of a French Diplomat. Though she’s older, married, and the mother of two, Brian can’t help but be drawn to her and the two begin a cinq-a-sept affair. It’s a clash with his traditional values and his parents (Frank Langella and Glenn Close) can barely handle the news, but Brian couldn’t be more smitten. As the two fall deeper in love, Brian begins to wish for more than just the hours of five to seven and soon the two must face the most significant decision of their lives. An emotionally powerful debut from writer and director Victor Levin, who shows how hard you will fight for love when the odds are stacked against you. – Tribeca Film Festival

Winner, Audience Award – Traverse City Film Festival
Official Selection - Tribeca Film Festival
Official Selection - Hamptons International Film Festival

Advance tickets $15 ($10 students – CLICK HERE) | $20 at the door

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