Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
Dir: Adrian Lyne
Feisty Alex (Jennifer Beals) is a blue-collar worker by day and aspiring dancer by night. She dances in bars, longing for a real career in dance. An ’80s movie-candy fairy tale, with a romance subplot between welder/dancer Beals and boss Michael Nouri that is especially sweet. The city of Pittsburgh co-stars. Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey and Irene Cara won the Oscar and the Golden Globe for the title song "Flashdance…What a Feeling."
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Dir: Kandeyce Jorden
Ten years in the making, this documentary originally was intended to profile some of the world’s top female DJs. But after she met legendary DJ Sandra Collins, director Kandeyce Jorden’s interest in this blossoming subculture of the electronic music scene became an obsession, and this exploration of the globetrotting lifestyle of these queens of the turntable slams the filmmaker face to face with a connection that can only be found by getting completely lost.
Dir: Satyajit Ray
An arrogant member of the declining aristocracy demonstrates both his refined taste and his ruinous self-indulgence by holding lavish concerts in his prized music room. Splendidly decadent settings and virtuoso musical performances mark this potent mixture of nostalgia and irony, which ranks with Visconti's THE LEOPARD and Welles' THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS as a double-edged elegy for a dying upper-class world. In Bengali with English subtitles.