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November '22 @ Ragtag

Awards Season is Here! The red carpets of Cannes, Venice, Telluride, Toronto, and New York are all rolled up, and festival prestige has taken up residence on the Ragtag’s marquee—awards season is upon us. From Palme d’Or winners and International Picture hopefuls, to career-best accomplishments, some of the most anticipated films of the year will […]
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Expiration: 2/5/2009

After a six-week long residency, eight-time Academy Award nominee Milk bids us farewell this Thursday.  Which means that you have only three more chances to see this winning portrait of martyred gay activist, Harvey Milk, and experience its moving political conviction - Tuesday, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, 3:15 PM; and Thursday, 3:15.  Don't miss it!
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Ashes to Ashes

In case you missed last weekend's trip to the vast landscapes of desire on Planet Wong, you're still in luck. Ashes of Time Redux, Wong Kar-wai's gorgeous martial arts reverie will grace the big screen three more times this weekend - Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 11:45 PM. For those of you unmoved by the […]
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The Reader

Garnering Kate Winslet the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress and nominated for five 2009 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, The Reader is sensual and wrenching. The Washington Post touts The Reader is "undeniably tasteful" and "an absorbing and finally moving" film. Check our calendar for showtimes.
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This weekend: Ashes of Time Redux!

If you're ready to go to the mattresses with us over the cancellation of The Godfather, Part II: The Coppola Restoration, we have some good news that we think will make you reconsider. We're giving you another movie of guarded, brooding souls that meditates on mortality and the inexorable passage of time. This Friday, January […]
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"It's not personal; it's only business."

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen complications that arose with scheduling film prints, Friday night's screening of The Godfather, Part II: The Coppola Restoration at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts has been canceled.   At this present moment, we're forbidden to disclose specifically why.  If we do so, we'll be forced to go to the mattresses, […]
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Good Times

The widespread embrace of surprise hit Milk has helped elevate the story of Harvey Milk from a largely-forgotten footnote of Frisco history into an iconic lesson in personal strength and political conviction. This occasion presents a welcome opportunity to discover or re-visit the film that originally memorialized Harvey Milk's tireless fight for civil rights nearly […]
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The Hottest Tickets in Town

This Friday, December 19 could go down as one of the most exciting days in Ragtag Cinema history. Slumdog Millionaire and Milk, two of the hottest movies currently in release, are making their way to Ragtag for side-by-side premieres. Since anticipation is high, we're unleashing both titles at mid-day: Milk's first showing will begin on […]
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White Christmas @ The Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts

Ensconce yourself in the giddy pleasures of Christmas with the Ragtag Cinema's presentation of White Christmas tonight at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts. Before you settle in to enjoy the merry melodies of Irving Berlin's song-and-dance classic at 7:30 PM, arrive early at 6:30 PM to experience a sampling of festivities. Enjoy a […]
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Good Day, Sunshine

Happy-Go-Lucky, the new work from revered British director Mike Leigh (Naked, Secrets and Lies) kicks off its run at Ragtag this weekend. Click here for a take on the film by the Times' very own Manohla Dargis.
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Attention all Sprockets!

The Ragtag Cinema presents a special screening of Pandora's Box, G.W. Pabst's seductive artifact of Weimar Germany starring the iconic - and iconoclastic - Louise Brooks, this Sunday at 1:30 PM. Click here to read what Times critic A.O. Scott had to say about the film two years ago when it ran at New York's […]
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