Cinema 10 film series continues Monday in Potsdam with screening of 'Leave No Trace'
POTSDAM – The Cinema 10 film series continues Monday, Oct. 15, with “Leave No Trace” at 7:15 p.m. at the Roxy Theater, 20 Main St.
“Leave No Trace” is a 2018 U.S. film directed by Debra Granick.The director of Winter’s Bone brings to this film her characteristic compassion and understanding of complicated relationships in this story of a troubled war veteran and his daughter who live off the grid in a wooded park near Portland, Oregon.
After an encounter with Social Services, the pair set out to get back to their home in the wild.
Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian, says the film is “careful, realistic, with a sense of what is possible and what is at stake for those people who really do attempt to turn their backs on conventional living and also reject the stigma of homelessness, but also what is at stake for children who have no choice in the matter.
The movie is 109 minutes long and rated PG with mature themes.
All Cinema 10 series films are shown on Monday evenings at 7:15 in the Roxy Theater, 20 Main St. in Potsdam. Tickets are $5.50 general / $45 season or $4.50 student/senior / $35 season.
Tickets are available at the door or from any Board member. For more information, contact Holly Chambers, Cinema 10 Coordinator.
Upcoming movies in the series are:
• Oct. 22, “Kedi,” a documentary focusing on the lives of seven of the thousands of cats who have lived on the streets of Istanbul for centuries whose presence is largely taken for granted. Not rated.
• Oct. 29, “A Ghost Story,” a rare, patient love story that does what few other tales of haunting can: follow in the footsteps of the ghost. Rated R.
• Nov. 5, “A Fantastic Woman / Una Mujer Fantástica ,” the winner of the 2018 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, is the story of a transgender woman who works as a waitress and a night club singer. Rated R.
• Nov. 12, “First Reformed,” directed by Paul Schrader, stars Ethan Hawke as pastor who is called upon to lead the congregation of a church in an upstate New York town. The film asks if he can find redemption in violence. Rated R.
• Nov. 26, “The Death of Stalin,” the story of the dictator’s sycophants who haunt the Kremlin as they decide after her dies who will back-stab their way to the top of the pecking order. Rated R.
To view the details of the Cinema 10 film schedule for the season, log on to www.cinema10.org.
Cinema 10 is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts.