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In the fall of 1968, teenage running back Leonard George led his high-school football team to win the state championship in Florida, winning the hearts of a community and becoming the first Black player signed

Tuesday, February 08

7:30pm
Black Love

Waves

Sunday, Feb. 27

Set (and largely filmed) in South Florida, and featuring an astonishing array of breakout performances, Waves traces the epic emotional journey of a suburban African-American family — Tyler (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), a high school wrestler

Sunday, February 27

3:00pm
Black Love

Mahogany

Saturday, Feb. 26

Struggling Chicago fashion design student Tracy (Diana Ross) goes from rags to riches when a chance meeting with hotshot fashion photographer Sean (Anthony Perkins) in the department store where she works leads to a runway

Saturday, February 26

3:00pm
Black Love

Love Jones

Sunday, Feb. 6

Darius (Larenz Tate), an aspiring writer, and Nina (Nia Long), an aspiring photographer, share an instant connection after a chance meeting at a Chicago club. The two bond over music, photography and poetry, and eventually

Sunday, February 06

3:00pm
Black Love

Love & Basketball

Saturday, Feb. 5

Monica (Sanaa Lathan) and Quincy (Omar Epps) are two childhood friends who both aspire to be professional basketball players. Quincy, whose father, Zeke (Dennis Haysbert), plays for the Los Angeles Clippers, is a natural talent

Saturday, February 05

3:00pm

Drive My Car

Opens Friday, Jan. 21

An aging stage actor named Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), fresh off a deep personal tragedy, is to be artist-in-residence at a theater festival out of town and needs a driver. He turns to his go-to mechanic,

Friday, January 21

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Monday, January 24

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Wednesday, January 26

7:00pm

Protecting the Florida Wildlife Corridor, a statewide network of public preserves and private working lands, provides an opportunity to balance Florida’s rapid growth with the green infrastructure that supports all Floridians. Through the voices of

Wednesday, February 23

7:00pm

Americanish

Thursday, Jan. 27

200 Muslim Women Who Care and NY/LA Entertainment are proud to premier Americanish, a film made by Muslim American women about Muslim American women. Welcome to America: Where dreams come true…ish. A break from the

Thursday, January 27

7:30pm

Hugh Jackman plays P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman, the 2017 musical celebration of the life of one of America’s true original entertainment pioneers, the producer of the most famous touring circus in history, and the spiritual

Friday, February 18

7:30pm