Fall Cinema 10 series of films starts Monday, Sept. 10 at Roxy in Potsdam
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 9:10 am

POTSDAM – The fall 2018 Cinema 10 season begins Monday, Sept. 10 with “Tully,” a film released this year starring Charlize Theron, directed by Jason Reitman.

It is the story of a woman who is overwhelmed after the birth of her third child and welcomes the gift of a nanny from her brother. It is rated R.

Other films this fall are:

• Sept. 17, “Sorry to Bother You,” “an uncompromising and timely film of unapologetic brilliance” (Calvin Wilson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch). Rated R.

• Sept. 24, “RBG,” a documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginbsurg. Rated PG.

• Oct. 1, “On the Seventh Day / En el Séptimo Día,” the story of a hard-working, Mexican-born Brooklynite, a bicycle delivery worker during the week who, on Sundays, is the captain of a winning soccer team. Not rated.

• Oct. 15, “Leave No Trace,” is the story of a troubled war veteran and his daughter who live off the grid in a wooded park in Oregon whose lives are challenged after an encounter with Social Services. Rated PG.

• 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.

Cinema 10 films are shown on Monday evenings at 7:15 in the Roxy Theater in Potsdam. Tickets are $5.50 general / $45 season or $4.50 student/senior / $35 season. Season tickets are sharable.

For a complete season schedule and more information visit http://www.Cinema10.org.