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Jun 23, 2014

On July 13, Richard Vuillequez, started a 400-mile trek on his recumbent bicycle. He is 74. Why is Richard doing this? Why would anyone do this? Well, a deep-set love for the Little Theatre can inspire enough grit to move mountains, or, as the case may be, ride the...

Jun 12, 2014

By Matt Passantino

The Immigrant marks director James Gray’s fifth feature film. Four of those five films have starred Joaquin Phoenix. The Immigrant is the most successful outing from the pair and one of the year’s strongest films....

Jun 3, 2014

by Robert Barlow

God’s Pocket is one of only three remaining films starring Fairport native and Academy Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman that will be released following the actor’s death. The weight of this importance, especially...

Jun 2, 2014

Both jazz music and The Little were finding their identities at the same time, throughout the 20th century and of course, they both still are. We are proud to be an official Xerox Rochester International Jazz...

May 16, 2014

By Matt Passantino

The Railway Man breaks free of the typical mold so often used by war films. Instead of trying to cover such an extensive topic in its entirety, The Railway Man focuses on one man’s story....

May 7, 2014

by Robert Barlow

When Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky set out in 1975 to make a film version of Frank Herbert’s novel Dune, he had one goal – to change the world. Even though a single frame of film was never actually shot, Jodorowsky not...

Apr 30, 2014

by Robert Barlow

There’s a moment about halfway through Under The Skin when a character literally pinches himself to make sure he isn’t dreaming, as a beautiful and mysterious woman, played by Scarlett Johansson, tries to seduce him. This...

Apr 29, 2014

By Matt Passantino

One of the great character actors, Jim Broadbent, delivers one of his finest performances in Le Week-End. Broadbent, an Oscar winner for his supporting role in Iris, rarely gets an opportunity to...

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