Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions at The Screen

Dec. 12-18

Showcasing the best in classical, independent and foreign cinema, The Screen cinematheque at Santa Fe University of Art and Design presents new releases, special cinema events and performances all day every day! See what critics have to say about the latest screenings, watch a trailer, then visit The Screen for a unique movie-going experience.  


The Story of the Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower

Germany – 2014 – 1 hour 24 minutes

“Passionate, engaging and emotional.  A fine return to form for the veteran German helmer (The Tin Drum).  An elegant orchestrated pas de deux between formidable opponents.” —Scott Foundas of Variety

“Filled with twists, turns and underhanded schemes that show how history sometimes lies in the hands of a selected few, not to mention a good glass of Chardonnay.  One thrilling verbal duel after another.” – Jordan Mintzer of The Hollywood Reporter

Performance at the Screen: The Legend of Love

Sunday Dec. 14 11:15 a.m. – Russia – 3 hours

A Bolshoi Ballet

“‘Legend of love,’ one of director Grigorovich’s first choreographic works, is testament to the largesse better known at the Bolshoi. Ensembles of men performing petit and grand allegro, ensembles of women doing pointe work, and every dancer speaking the language of the ballet…” – Catherine Pawlick of Ballet Dance Magazine

Viva La Liberta

Starring the Great Beauty’s Tony Servillo

Italy – 2013 – 1 hour 34 minutes

“A smart, refreshingly whimsical and witty political satire that boasts winning performances by Toni Servillo in dual roles. It might as well be called Politics Italian-Style.” —Avi Offer of NYC Movie Guru

“Haunting, surprising in its humor and beautifully served by the twin performances of Servillo.” —Marshall Fine of Hollywood & Fine


Force Majeure

Winner of 2014 Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize

Sweden – 2014 – 1 hour 58 minutes

“Östlund masterfully manages the marital tensions that drive the film’s plot forward while imbuing the scenario with these carefully layered philosophical reflections.” —Slant Magazine

“It’s awkward, it’s biting, it’s uncomfortable, and Force Majeure is undoubtedly one of the most enjoyable films of the year.” —Twitch Film