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2022 Year End Report

It’s been a year of bangers at Ragtag Film Society! In addition to bringing 60 new independent films to Ragtag Cinema, and featuring the year’s best nonfiction at True/False, we held the 12th annual Boone Dawdle, the 3rd annual CoMo Famous event, and a wide variety of special event series. From field trips and other […]
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Homebrewed: Putty Hill, Wed June 8 at 7pm

Our new series celebrates the most adventurous, well-crafted American independent narrative features of the past year. Putty Hill featuring a live Skype Q&A with director Porterfield! A fascinating and beautiful hybrid of documentary and narrative, Putty Hill is director Matt Porterfield's remarkably perceptive film about life in working class Baltimore. In it, a (real-life) community gathers […]
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JANE EYRE now playing!

AO Scott of the New York Times says: "A splendid example of how to tackle the daunting duty of turning a beloved work of classic literature into a movie. Neither a radical updating nor a stiff exercise in middlebrow cultural respectability, Mr. Fukunaga's film tells its venerable tale with lively vigor and an astute sense […]
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Made in Dagenham opens 3/18 for Women's History Month

Sally Hawkins (Happy Go Lucky) gives a phenomenal performance in this inspiring look at the women who organized a Ford factory in the '60s.
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T/F passes sold out, but tickets will soon go on sale

On Feb 18, passes sold out, but don't fear. There are still many different ways to go see films at T/F the weekend of March 3-6 as we have thousands and thousands of tickets still available. You can go to the box office when it opens at Cherry & 9th on Thurs., March 3 at […]
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Employee of the Month screening Sunday, Feb. 13

Join EOTM Tyler Powell this Sunday night at 9pm as he shares one of his favorite films. It's an offbeat, darkly hilarious portrait of a freelance hit man followed by a documentary film crew, who increasingly fall to his seductive lure. The film is not for the young, the righteous or the squeamish. Give what […]
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The King's Speech opens January 14

"The King's Speech — a crowning achievement powered by a dream cast — digs vibrant human drama out of the dry dust of history...Firth's nuanced brilliance is a thing of bruised beauty. Oscar-nominated last year for A Single Man, he gives a towering performance that deserves a shower of awards. And Rush is his match, […]
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Black Swan opens Wednesday, Dec. 22

Starting Wednesday, Dec. 22: Black Swan starring Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey, Winona Ryder. Nominated for four Golden Globe Awards. Watch the trailer.
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Rare Exports: Dec. 17-19

You better watch out, 'cause Santa Claus is coming to town, and he doesn't care if you've been nice. In the tradition of Joe Dante (Gremlins), Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale is a magical, creepy new spin on the tale of Father Christmas. It's December, and a team of American scientists are swarming around a […]
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"Fair Game" with Sean Penn & Naomi Watts starts 11/24 @ Ragtag

We booked this after the November calendar went to print. David Denby of The New Yorker: “Fair Game” is an intelligent political melodrama directed by Doug Liman which focuses on the story of Joe Wilson, a retired diplomat, and Valerie Plame, a covert CIA operative. Wilson and Plame (Sean Penn and Naomi Watts) are husband […]
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