63 years of excellence

April and May at the Stonzek Theatre



An Honest Liar

April 17 – April 23

dir. Justin Weinstein & Tyler Meason, Biography / Documentary / History / Comedy, USA, English,2015, 90 min

An Honest Liar is a feature documentary about the world-famous magician, escape artist, and world-renowned enemy of deception, James ‘The Amazing’ Randi. The film brings to life Randi’s intricate investigations that publicly exposed psychics, faith healers, and con-artists with quasi-religious fervor. A master deceiver who came out of the closet at the age of 81, Randi created fictional characters, fake psychics, and even turned his partner of 25 years, the artist Jose Alvarez, into a sham guru named Carlos. But when a shocking revelation in Randi’s personal life is discovered, it isn’t clear whether Randi is still the deceiver – or the deceived

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   April 17 – April 23 

dir. Guillaume Nicloux, Drama / Comedy, Not Rated, France, French / Polish, 2015, 96 min.

Michel Houellebecq, possibly the most widely read living French writer, was believed kidnapped on September 16, 2011. But was he really? After a flurry of media reports of his abduction, the story goes cold and Houellebecq, famously reclusive, refuses to set the record straight. Now he goes one step further by starring as himself in a film that purports to tell the tale.


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April 24 – April 30

dir. Yann Demange, Action / Drama / Thriller, Rated “R”,UK, English, 2014, 99 min.

’71 takes place over a single night in the life of a young British soldier (Jack O’Connell) accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the streets of Belfast in 1971. Unable to tell friend from foe, and increasingly wary of his own comrades, he must survive the night alone and find his way to safety through a disorientating, alien and deadly landscape

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April 24 – April 30

dir. Benedikt Erlingsson, Drama / Comedy / Romance, Unrated, Iceland, Icelandic / Swedish, 2015, 81 min

Against a breathtaking seaside landscape, a cast of hot-blooded characters struggle to connect with nature and each other. Among them, a pair of wistful human lovers are thwarted by equine libidos, sparking their tentative courtship into action; a determined alcoholic gets his last ride at sea from a surprisingly seaworthy companion; and an adventurous tourist sets off for a leisurely ride on horseback that spirals into a quest for survival. The lines between species blur seamlessly throughout these memorable tales, reflecting love, death and the quirks of human and beast alike

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Please Note:  The movie times on Wed April 29 and Thurs April 30 have been made earlier than previous published.  Paper calendars have be corrected as well.  Apologies for any inconvenience.


















    From Ayiti Images

filmmaker Rachelle Salnave's personal journey to Haiti and her past

April 25   7 PM



La Belle Vie:  The Haitian Bourgeois Society on Screen   

My Grandmother was a beautiful woman who truly understood the dynamics of the Haitian Bourgeois society in Haiti. Growing up in Les Cayes (the Southern region of the Island), Grandma was determined to be educated but knew education alone would not get her into the upper crust club of Pétionville's (Port au Prince's Suburb) high society. Dreaming of living a life free from restrictions, her dream came true when she met my Grandfather, Raoul Berne, a wealthy businessman. Grandpa didn't waste anytime marrying my Grandmother who already had 2 children from a previous marriage. He went against the rules of his social class and followed his heart. Grandma was instantly inducted into the Bourgeois club but it came with a price. Dark skin with no family name, "Who was this woman?" most people asked. Why did she hide her family's identity? Why did she deny her identity in her search of La Belle Vie or did she cleverly defeat the system?


The Art of the Machete 

Alfred Avril used his religion, the natural herbs and the knowledge of his ancestors to preserve what very little know in today's generation about the Art of Machete fencing. While, parts of this art form can be found in other Afro-centric martial art movement's across the African Diaspora, such as Capoeria, origins of this affiliation can only be assumed that the art of Haitian machete fencing came from the roots of Africa and the Haitian revolution. With very little money or support from local government to sustain this historic art form, his passion to conserve this history to the residents has caught the attention of some Foreigner's ready to help spread his message to the world. 



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Gray Mockingbird Community Garden



The Story of Seeds

April 26 2PM


dir.  M. Sean Kaminsky, Documentary Unrated, USA, English, 2015, 82 min.


One of the world's most precious resources is at risk. This film will help others learn what is at stake and what can be done to protect the source of nearly all our food: SEEDS. While the price of gold and oil skyrockets the fate of our most priceless commodity is ignored. Seeds provide the basis for everything from fabric, to food to fuels. They are as essential to life as the air we breathe or water we drink... but given far less attention. Over the past one hundred years, seeds have steadily shifted from being common heritage to sovereign property. This film tells the story of seeds by following the challenges and triumphs of some of their most tireless stewards and advocates.

tickets    $10 in advance      $15 day of the show

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www.graymockingbird.com  561-246-0148



Dior and I

May 1 – May  7


dir  Frederic Tcheng,  documentary, Not Rated, USA , English. 2015, 90 mi.

Dior and I brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons' first haute couture collection as its new artistic director-a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators. Melding the everyday, pressure-filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand's past, the film is also a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons' vision.

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Seymour: An Introduction

May 1 – May 7

dir. Ethan Hawke, Biography / Music / Documentary, Rated : PG, USA, English, 2015, 84 min.

Meet Seymour Bernstein: a virtuoso pianist, veteran New Yorker, and true original who gave up a successful concert career to teach music. In this wonderfully warm, witty, and intimate tribute from his friend, Ethan Hawke, Seymour shares unforgettable stories from his remarkable life and eye-opening words of wisdom, as well as insightful reflections on art, creativity, and the search for fulfillment.

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Welcome to Me

May 8 – 14

dir. Shiva Piven, Drama / Comedy, Rated “R”, USA, English, 2015, 105 min.

What happens when a young woman with Borderline Personality Disorder wins the lottery? In the case of Alice Klieg (Kristen Wiig), she quits her psychiatric meds and buys her own talk show. Inspired by the immortal Oprah, she broadcasts her dirty laundry as both a form of exhibitionism and a platform to share her peculiar views on everything from nutrition to relationships to neutering pets. Also starring Wes Bentley, James Marsden, Tim Robbins, Joan Cusack, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Linda Cardellini.


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Felix and Meira

May 8 – May 14

dir. Maxime Giroux, Drama / Romance /Family, Rated “R”, Canada, English / French / Yiddish / Hebrew, 2015, 105 min.

Each lost in their everyday lives, Meira (Hadas Yaron), a Hasidic Jewish wife and mother and Félix (Martin Dubreuil), a secular loner mourning the recent death of his estranged father, unexpectedly meet in a local bakery in Montreal’s Mile End district. What starts as an innocent friendship becomes more serious as the two wayward strangers find comfort in one another. As Felix opens Meira’s eyes to the world outside of her tight-knit Orthodox community, her desire for change becomes harder for her to ignore, ultimately forcing her to choose: remain in the life that she knows or give it all up to be with Félix.

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A One Man Comedy Assault


May 15th 8:30 PM  Stonzek Theatre

On Friday May 15 at 8:30 PM you are invited to witness "A one man comedy assault"

Stand Up comedian Scotty P. performs his one man comedy show "It's All About Me".

Scotty P. has been performing stand-up comedy for more than 27 years and has been featured on HBO, MTV and the Howard Stern Show.

Come see this one of a kind, high energy performance at the Stonzek Theatre.

Tickets $15





coming soon to the Stonzek:


May 22 - May 28    In the Name of                                My Daughter

May 22 - May 28    Slow West

May 29 - June 4     While We're Young

June 5 - June 11    Ex Machina





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