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Alan Alda, Jane Pauley, Fred Newman and Erik Kolbell
Live from New York's 92nd St. Y
Wednesday, Oct. 1


Alan Alda, Jane Pauley and Fred Newman are featured guests in a special Live from New York’s 92nd Street Y simulcast on Wednesday, Oct. 1. The Sedona International Film Festival will broadcast the event at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre at 5:15 p.m., live as it is happening in New York. 
 
What would you save if your house was on fire and it contained not only everything you own, but everything you are?
 
As we’ll learn from Alan Alda, Jane Pauley and Fred Newman, the question provokes unique responses, and forces us to delve deeply into our personal lives, work and faith. Psychotherapist and pastor Erik Kolbell, the author of the book of the same title, asks the questions and helps us all to consider what it is that we value most in life.

 
Alan Alda has earned international recognition as an actor, writer and director. He played Hawkeye Pierce on the classic television series M*A*S*H, and wrote and directed many of the episodes. In all, he has received 7 Emmys and has been nominated for an Emmy 33 times. He has also received three Tony nominations. Alda has the distinction of being nominated for an Oscar, a Tony, and an EMMY — and publishing a bestselling book — all in the same year (2005). His Emmy nomination was for his role on The West Wing. His Tony nomination that year was for his role in the Broadway revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross. In addition to receiving an Academy Award nomination for his appearance in Martin Scorsese’s The Aviator that year, he was also nominated for a British Academy Award.

 
Jane Pauley was born on October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1976, she joined NBC’s Today show as a correspondent, and later co-anchored with Tom Brokaw and his replacement, Bryant Gumbel. After resigning from her position on Today in 1989, Pauley began a successful NBC weekly magazine series, Real Life with Jane Pauley, which was later renamed Dateline.

 
Fred Newman grew up at the foot of storytellers in small town Georgia. He graduated Harvard Business School and worked with Newsweek magazine, and was first heard on A Prairie Home Companion as a guest in 1980 as author of his first version of Mouthsounds. He went on to work as an actor, a writer, and a fairly inept puppeteer with Jim Henson, hosting many shows for Nickelodeon and Disney (including the New Mickey Mouse Club).

 
Erik Kolbell is a writer, psychotherapist, and ordained minister. A Yale Divinity School graduate, Kolbell was the first Minister of Social Justice at Riverside Church in New York City where he worked on fair housing, racial equality, nuclear disarmament, prison reform and other issues. His work took him to Nicaragua as an official US observer for the first democratic elections, to Cuba with Pastors for Peace delivering medical supplies, and to South Africa on a fact finding mission during the apartheid years.
 
Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. Tickets are available in advance at the festival office. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona. Call 928-282-1177 for tickets and information or click on the link below.

CLICK HERE to order tickets to "92Y: Alan Alda and Jane Pauley" online now.
 


Manhattan Short Film Festival
Oct. 1-2


Filmgoers in Sedona will unite with audiences in over 250 cities spanning six continents to view and judge the work of the next generation of filmmakers from around the world when the 17th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival screens at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere Oct. 1-2.
 
This year, Manhattan Short received 589 short film entries from 47 countries, England, Norway, Australia Netherlands, France, Mexico, Germany and the USA are the countries represented in this year's Festival. The 10 selected films are set in diverse locals, ranging from outer space to the deserts of Mexico and the mountains of Norway to the streets of New York, Berlin, London and Amsterdam. With past finalists achieving the ultimate in recognition by being nominated and even winning the Oscar in the short film category, Manhattan Short is known as a breeding ground for the next big thing in film.
 
These short films will not only entertain a global audience but will be judged by that audience as well. Cinema goers will become instant film critics as they will be handed a ballot upon entry that allows them to vote for Best Film and Best Actor. Votes are tallied at each participating cinema and submitted to Manhattan Shorts headquarters. The winners will be announced at www.ManhattanShort.com on Monday Oct 6.
 
The Manhattan Short 2014 line-up includes:


97% (Netherlands)

A man tries to track down a potential love interest on a crowded train using a smart phone app.
 

Crime: The Animated Series ( USA)
A graphic-novel-style documentary about the havoc crime creates told by those living through it.
 

On The Bridge (England)

Two men on London's Waterloo Bridge debate the merits of jumping off into the dark river below
 

Shift (Australia)
A genius invents a sophisticated device that gives him a super power for the perfect heist
 

The Fall (Norway)
Two mountaineers depend on each other during a climb but one has a secret that puts trust to the test
 

On/Off (France)
An Astronaut hears a mysterious message that turns a routine space-walk into a dangerous mission.
 

La Carnada (Mexico)
Crossing the border into the USA proves more perilous than a teenager imagines.
 

Mend and Make Do (England)
A woman reminisces about her life before and after World War II in animated fashion.
 

The Bravest, The Boldest (USA)
A Mother tries to avoid two Army Officers ready to deliver the worst news of her life.
 

Rhino Full Throttle (Germany)
A man searching for the soul of a city encounters an enigmatic young woman who unlocks his heart.
 
"This Film Festival will unite people in all corners of the globe, from Sydney to Mumbai, from Buenos Aires to Cairo. Venues also include cinemas in 20 cities in the Ukraine, 40 cities in Russia, and 47 states in the USA,” said Manhattan Short Founding Director Nicholas Mason.
 
“In times like these, cross-border events like Manhattan Short that contribute toward greater tolerance and understanding are needed more than ever. I want to thank and congratulate all the filmmakers and cinemas involved in this global cinematic event. This project is about communities bonding together via their local cinema."
 
The Manhattan Short Film Festival will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre Oct. 1-2. Showtimes will be: Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m.; and Thursday, Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. For tickets and more information, please call 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "Manhattan Short" and to order tickets online.

Program runtime is 2 hours.
 


Magic in the Moonlight
Oct. 3-8


Set in the 1920s on the opulent Riviera in the south of France, Woody Allen’s “Magic in the Moonlight” is a romantic comedy about a master magician (Colin Firth) trying to expose a psychic medium (Emma Stone) as a fake.
 
Chinese conjuror Wei Ling Soo is the most celebrated magician of his age, but few know that he is the stage persona of Stanley Crawford (Firth), a grouchy and arrogant Englishman with a sky-high opinion of himself and an aversion to phony spiritualists’ claims that they can perform real magic. Persuaded by his life-long friend, Howard Burkan (Simon McBurney), Stanley goes on a mission to the Côte d’Azur mansion of the Catledge family: mother Grace (Jacki Weaver), son Brice (Hamish Linklater), and daughter Caroline (Erica Leerhsen). He presents himself as a businessman named Stanley Taplinger in order to debunk the alluring young clairvoyant Sophie Baker (Stone) who is staying there with her mother (Marcia Gay Harden). Sophie arrived at the Catledge villa at the invitation of Grace, who is convinced that Sophie can help her contact her late husband, and once there, attracted the attention of Brice, who has fallen for her head over heels.

 
 
From his very first meeting with Sophie, Stanley dismisses her as an insignificant pip-squeak who he can unmask in no time, scoffing at the family’s gullibility. To his great surprise and discomfort, however, Sophie accomplishes numerous feats of mind-reading and other supernatural deeds that defy all rational explanation, leaving him dumbfounded. Before long, Stanley realizes that anything might be possible, and his entire belief system would come crashing down. What follows is a series of events that are magical in every sense of the word and send the characters reeling. In the end, the biggest trick “Magic in the Moonlight” plays is the one that fools us all.
 
“Magic in the Moonlight” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre Oct. 3-8. Showtimes will be 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4; 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 5; and 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 7-8.

Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. For tickets and more information, please call 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "Magic in the Moonlight" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 97 minutes.
 


Last Weekend
Oct. 3-7


In this dark comedy of manners, the action of “Last Weekend” unfolds over the course of a long Labor Day weekend at the end of the summer at Lake Tahoe, California.
 
Celia Green (Patricia Clarkson) is at a crossroads. She and her husband, Malcolm (Chris Mulkey), are the founders of a fitness empire and among San Francisco’s wealthiest citizens. They have been coming to Lake Tahoe for more than thirty years, and yet Celia now feels that something in her life is missing.
 
She gathers her two adult sons and their partners for a rare weekend together. As the holiday begins, Celia finds herself torn between the house — and the past that it represents — and her desire to move forward with her life.
 
As the weekend progresses and tensions rise, the four members of the Green family are joined by an eclectic assortment of houseguests and drop-ins, young and old.

 
 
When an accident threatens to unhinge Celia’s meticulously devised weekend, the guests on the property are forced to fend for themselves. Amidst this catastrophe, Celia must decide whether she is ready to let go of the house.
 
“Last Weekend” is a film about the end of an era for a family — and the steps we must often take in order to create new beginnings.
 
“Last Weekend” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre Oct. 3-7. Showtimes will be 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4; and 4 p.m. on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 5-7. 
 
Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. For tickets and more information, please call 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "Last Weekend" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 94 minutes.
 


Ted Grussing Discussion: Part 2
Photography and Philosophy
Saturday, Oct. 4


Photography is capturing and creating images. Philosophy is the love of wisdom. How are they connected? Find out with photographer Ted Grussing and philosopher Andrea Houchard in a series of discussions that explores how we frame images, and how we frame our lives.
 
Sedona Philosophy Circle is proud to present a three-part discussion series with local photographer Ted Grussing. The second in the series will take place on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre and is entitled: “Where We Live … the inner and outer worlds”.  Perspective shapes what we see and how we see it. The micro and the macro re vantages that give us insight because they are different form the normal view. Attendees will have a chance to view Ted’s work in the state-of-the-art Mary D. Fisher Theatre and to discuss how what we see and read affects the way we think about our lives.

 
Ted Grussing has been sharing his photography with friends and admirers for over 12 years. His work has been published in Arizona Highways, Sojourn, Momentum, appears on Sedona.Biz, his Verde Independent Blog, of course his own blog, and has been used by the Grand Canyon Trust, National Park Conservation Association, National Park Service, Arizona Geological Survey, Arizona Game and Fish, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Sedona Airport Authority, and for many other commercial and charitable causes, including Philosophy in the Public Interest.

 
 
Ted’s range is expansive and includes the whimsical, serene, and awe-inspiring. The images, however, do not stand alone. They are accompanied by stories from his life and inspirational quotes, most often from Max Ehrmann. What we see and what we read influences the way we see the world. Ted’s work encourages people to see nature and one another with love and wonder. Much more than an art, Ted’s work is an approach to life. His 1,500+ fans write him often for sharing his talent and wisdom.
 
Join us for a chance to talk with Ted about his work while viewing it at the intimate Mary D. Fisher Community Theatre.

 
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online at the link below or by calling 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.
 
For questions about the series and the Sedona Philosophy Circle, please call 928-274-8737 or email info@sedonaphilosophycircle.com .

CLICK HERE to order tickets online now.
 


From Mao to Mozart
Monday, Oct. 6


Chamber Music Sedona and the Sedona International Film Festival have again joined hands in its growing partnership to present a full slate of Musical Movies from October to June at the Mary D. Fisher Theater. “We began this partnership several years ago, and we’re pleased to make this a full season production,” said CMS executive director Bert Harclerode. “This year’s films range from China to Africa, from Bluegrass to Jazz as well as the world of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to many of America’s greatest Jazz greats. We’ll present six films in total in advance of each concert series,” said Harclerode.
 
The series begins Monday, October 6 at 7pm with the Academy Award-winning documentary “From Mao to Mozart” in advance of the Shanghai Quartet concert, which will take place Sunday, October 19.
 
“From Mao to Mozart” began in 1979, as China re-opened its doors to the West. Virtuoso Isaac Stern received an unprecedented invitation from its government to tour the country. This extraordinary experience became the landmark, Oscar-winning documentary.  Isaac Stern’s historic trip to China was ground-breaking and his influences continue to this day. The film includes footage of Stern's visit to the Central Conservatory of Music and Shanghai Conservatory of Music where he gave master classes to Chinese music students on violin playing and musical expression.
 
He visits rehearsals of the Peking Opera, meeting with their musicians who use traditional Chinese instruments, and also visits a sports academy and other venues. The lingering effects of the Cultural Revolution, which opposed any western influences and oppressed those who introduced western approaches, are evident in the lack of skill development among many of the young musicians and the emphasis on technical skill rather than artistic interpretation.
 
Tickets are $9 for SIFF and CMS members and $12 for non-members and may be purchased at the SIFF office during regular business hours or at the Mary D Fisher Theatre, 2030 W SR 89A.
 
Information about each movie can be found at www.ChamberMusicSedona.org or by calling Chamber Music Sedona at 928.204.2415.

CLICK HERE to order tickets for "From Mao to Mozart" online now.

Film runtime is 84 minutes.
 




"Don't Wait for the Next War" with Wesley K. Clark
Live from New York's 92nd St. Y
Wednesday, Oct. 8

New York’s famous 92nd Street Y returns to Sedona on Wednesday, Oct. 8 when the Sedona International Film Festival hosts “Don’t Wait for the Next War” featuring retired four-star general Wesley K. Clark. The event will take place at 5:15 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre, live as it is happening in New York. 
 
Can America have a real national strategy and move forward without the focus of war? As we emerge from a decade of expensive overseas wars, retired four-star general Wesley K. Clark identifies a new unifying national strategy to make the US independent of the Middle East, freeing the country to fully focus on the resurgence of China.
 
Clark served as Supreme Allied Commander Europe, where he led NATO forces to victory in the war in Kosovo. He is chairman and CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic consulting firm. He has received numerous military awards, including the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. In August 2000, General Clark was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom — the nation’s highest civilian honor.  He has also received honorary knighthoods from the British and Dutch governments and was made a commander of the French Legion of Honor.
 
Clark is a global thinker about matters both military and civilian. In this talk he addresses how the United States can find its proper place in the global order before the next war limits the available options. “Today, the United States stands at a fateful crossroads,” writes Clark. “After two decades as the world’s undisputed superpower, we are facing new realities at home and abroad, and it is time to rethink our role and set new objectives and priorities.”
 
Clark examines a wide variety of issues, including constructive ways to combat the disruptions caused by terrorism; the importance of dependable cybersecurity so that governments working to better the lot of their citizens cannot be thwarted by hackers; how to shore up a fragile American financial system so that another massive economic collapse does not occur; the necessity of fully understanding the rise of Chinese military and economic power; and how to halt or at least slow down climate change.

Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. Tickets are available in advance at the festival office. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona. Call 928-282-1177 for tickets and information.

CLICK HERE to order tickets for "92Y: Wesley K. Clark" online now.

Program runtime is 90 minutes.
 
 

A Streetcar Named Desire
National Theatre of London
Thursday, Oct. 9

The National Theatre of London continues its season with a new production of “A Streetcar Named Desire”, showing in Sedona on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere of Tennessee Williams’ powerful drama from stage of the Young Vic Theatre in London. There will be two shows at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

   
 
The fastest-selling production in the Young Vic’s history, Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece “A Streetcar Named Desire” stars Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) as Blanche DuBois, Ben Foster (Lone Survivor) as Stanley and Vanessa Kirby (BBC’s Great Expectations) as Stella.
 
As Blanche’s fragile world crumbles, she turns to her sister Stella for solace. But her downward spiral brings her face to face with the brutal, unforgiving Stanley Kowalski. Visionary director Benedict Andrews returns to the Young Vic following his Critics’ Circle Award-winning Three Sisters.

 
 
“A Streetcar Named Desire” is garnering raves from critics and audiences in London and around the world, including 4- and 5-star reviews from every major publication in England.
 
'Never have I seen a production of the play that was so raw in its emotion … Gillian Anderson giving the performance of her career. An absolute knock-out. Daily Telegraph
 
'Gillian Anderson is simply unmissable, Benedict Andrews' direction is admirably thoughtful and bold. Evening Standard
 
'Gillian Anderson gives a stellar performance!The Guardian
 
‘Gillian Anderson's shatteringly powerful and persuasive Blanche, with excellent support from Corey Johnson as Mitch and Vanessa Kirby as Stella.’The Independent
 
'Ms. Anderson is at her very best in Benedict Andrews’ ferocious new production of Tennessee Williams’ immortal play! New York Times
 
“A Streetcar Named Desire” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 9 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $12.50 for Film Festival members. Tickets are available in advance at the Sedona International Film Festival office or by calling 928-282-1177 or online at the link below. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to order tickets for "A Streetcar Named Desire" online now.

Production runtime is 3 hours, 15 minutes, including intermission.
 




Mario Batali and Mark Bittman
Live from New York's 92nd St. Y
Sunday, Oct. 12

Master Chef Mario Batali and New York Times food writer and author are featured guests in a special Live from New York’s 92nd Street Y simulcast on Sunday, Oct. 12. The Sedona International Film Festival will broadcast the event at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre at 4:00 p.m., live as it is happening in New York. 
 
Mark Bittman — the beloved New York Times food writer and author of the megaselling How to Cook Everything — joins his friend, master chef Mario Batali, for a gastronaut’s tête-à-tête.
Mario celebrates slow food in his new book, America Farm to Table, which pays homage to American farmers with brilliant recipes created from their lovingly grown top-of-the-line produce; Bittman—who’s just revolutionized everyday cooking with his new magnum opus, How to Cook Everything Fast—shares his genius for creating maximum flavor with ease in minimal time. Hear both sides!

 
Master Chef Mario Batali is one of the most recognized and respected chefs worldwide. He and Joe have created a successful restaurant and culinary empire that spans New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

Among his many accolades, Mario was named “Man of the Year” in the chef category by GQ Magazine in 1999. In 2002, he won the James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef: New York City” award, and in 2005 the James Beard Foundation awarded Mario the designation “Outstanding Chef of the Year.” Mario was also a recipient of the 2001 D’Artagnan Cervena “Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America,” a prestigious food industry lifetime achievement award.

Mario is also the author of nine cookbooks including the James Beard Award Winning, Molto Italiano: 327 Simple Italian Recipes (ecco 2005); New York Times Bestseller Mario Batali Italian Grill (ecco 2007); and Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (ecco 2011). In 2008, Mario founded the Mario Batali Foundation with the mission of feeding, protecting educating and empowering children.

 
Mark Bittman, whose “Minimalist” column ran in the Dining section of the New York Times for more than 13 years, is a Times Opinion columnist, the lead food writer for The Times Magazine, and a columnist for the Times Dining section. His books include the bestselling How to Cook Everything and the groundbreaking Vegan Before 6 P.M. (VB6), where he provides all the necessary tools for making the switch to a Flexitarian diet with lists for stocking the pantry, strategies for eating away from home in a variety of situations, pointers for making cooking on a daily basis both convenient and enjoyable, and a complete 28-day eating plan showing VB6 in action.
 
Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. Tickets are available in advance at the festival office. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona. Call 928-282-1177 for tickets and information.

CLICK HERE to order tickets for this event online now.
 


André Rieu's 10th Anniversary Hometown Concert
Monday, Oct. 13


The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present André Rieu’s 2014 Hometown Concert — on screen — captured live from Maastricht, The Netherlands, on Monday, Oct. 13. The concert event was captured live in high-definition and will be broadcast to fans all over the globe as part of a worldwide cinema event. There will be two shows at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.  
 
Help celebrate the 10th Anniversary of André Rieu’s traditional evening concerts, staged on the most romantic city square in The Netherlands!  Be prepared for emotions to soar, during one of the most extraordinary concerts of the year as the maestro puts on a magnificent spectacle during this very special anniversary edition of his much-loved concerts.

One of the most popular live acts in the world, the King of Waltz will be working his magic to present an unforgettable evening full of humor, music and emotion for every age.  Be swept away with the incredible atmosphere, which attracts audiences from every corner of the globe, who come together to share and experience beautiful music, song, laughter and dancing!  

 

The dramatic and alluring medieval square will be transformed into a romantic open-air concert, featuring André and his famous 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, along with many famous guest artists, soloists, light shows and spectacular fireworks.

André said:   "My 10th Anniversary hometown concert is very dear to my heart and I wish everyone could be here to help us celebrate.  However, if you can't join us in Maastricht, I hope I can touch your heart by bringing this special evening to you, on the big screen in your local cinema."

2014 is the fifth consecutive year that André has screened this spectacular concert in cinemas worldwide.  The Maastricht concerts are so special and so unique with the atmosphere in the town square heightened by both the enormous crowd and the many restaurants lining the square, who all take part in this magnificent event.  
 
Since his Johann Strauss Orchestra began in 1987, literally millions have swayed and smiled to his pied piper glory. He has sold over 22 million albums. His live shows are an extravaganza epic proportions. The most excessive and extravagant show to take on the road, this is truly a show built for pleasure.
 
“André Rieu’s 2014 Hometown Concert” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on one day only: Monday, Oct. 13 at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $12.50 for Film Festival members. Tickets are available in advance at the Sedona International Film Festival office or by calling 282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "André Rieu's Hometown Concert" and to order tickets online.

Concert runtime is 2 hours, 40 minutes.
 

The Mary D. Fisher Theatre is located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A
in West Sedona (between BMO Harris Bank and CoffeePot Restaurant)


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