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NOW SHOWING and COMING ATTRACTIONS at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre:

 
 


The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet
July 31-Aug. 5


Academy Award-nominee Helena Bonham Carter stars alongside Judy Davis, Callum Keith Rennie and newcomer Kyle Catlett (who stars in the title role) in “The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet” — a new adventure film based on the best-seller “The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet” by Reif Larsen.
 
T.S. Spivet is a 10-year-old prodigy with a passion for cartography and scientific inventions. His special scientific talents generally go unnoted by both his teacher and his family. He lives on a ranch in Montana with his mother (Helena Bonham Carter), a beautiful, vivacious passionate amateur etymologist who is obsessed with the morphology of beetles, his father (a cowboy born a hundred years too late), and his 14-year-old sister who dreams of becoming Miss America. His twin brother Layton died in an accident involving a firearm in the family's barn, which no one ever speaks of.

 
 
One day, T.S. receives an unexpected call from the Smithsonian museum telling him that he is the winner of the very prestigious Baird prize for his invention of a perpetual motion machine and that he is invited to a reception in his honor where he is expected to give a speech. Unable to collect it for obvious reasons (he is just a child), T.S. steals out one night to undertake the journey alone.
 
Without telling anyone, he sets out on a freight train across the United States to reach Washington, D.C. But no one there suspects that the lucky winner is a ten-year-old child with a secret.

 
“The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre July 31-Aug. 5. Showtimes will be 4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Monday, July 31, Aug. 1 and 3; and 7 p.m. on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 2, 4 and 5.  

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 "The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 105 minutes.
 


Paulo Coelho's Best Story
July 31-Aug. 5


“Paulo Coelho’s Best Story” makes an encore return to Sedona by popular demand after a successful screening at the recent Illuminate Film Festival.
 
“Paulo Coelho’s Best Story” traces the journey of the prolific author of The Alchemist from his humble roots to his triumph as a literary guru to millions.
 
Global phenomenon Paulo Coelho was not always the best-selling inspirational author he is today. For decades he searched for his calling, just like the allegorical heroes in spiritual classics The Alchemist and The Pilgrimage. Growing up in Sao Paolo as a misunderstood young rebel, Coelho alternately flirted with death, escaped madness, experimented with drugs, survived torture, fell in and out of love, and made rock history in Brazil…all the while never giving up on his biggest dream: to triumph as a writer.

 
 
A wild ride through a lifetime of stranger-than-fiction adventures, this profoundly moving film goes straight to the heart of the most beloved literary guru of our time, an everyman whose simple wish started small and grew to encompass the world.
 
Tracing his journey from humble roots to eventual emergence as the prolific author of 30 books that have sold over 165 million copies, “Paulo Coelho’s Best Story” reveals the most unbelievable wonder of all: the man behind the masterpieces.
 
“Paulo Coelho’s Best Story” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre July 31-Aug. 5. Showtimes will be 7 p.m. on Friday and Monday, July 31 and Aug. 3; and 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 4 and 5. 
 
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 "Paulo Coelho's Best Story" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 112 minutes.
 


Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness
August 6


Organizers of the Sedona International Film Festival and the Illuminate Film Festival have partnered with Specialty Studios to bring “Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness” and filmmaker Ross McKenzie back to Sedona for a one day special encore event at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, Aug. 6. There will be two shows at 4 and 7pm with Q&A discussions to follow both screenings.
 
“Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness” is about one man’s personal journey to heal.
 
Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Ross McKenzie’s psychiatrist told him he would live with the disorder for the rest of his life and that he would have to take lithium to control symptoms. To Ross, taking the drug daily felt like a chemical lobotomy, leaving him in a foggy, drug-induced haze. Ross ultimately decided to resolve his symptoms outside of conventional medicine. He progressively reduced his use of the psychotropic drug lithium, at an experimental clinic in Costa Rica.
 
What ensued was a self-exploration into alternative treatments to treat his condition and a journey delving into the root cause of his mental breakdown.
 
The film uses Ross’ personal experiences to tell a larger story about medication. It will reveal how we are labelling more and more people with mental illnesses and how, in tandem, we are prescribing more and more toxic psychotropic drugs to treat these illnesses.
 
“Bipolarized” weaves together a series of interviews with activists, psychiatrists and other psychiatric survivors who have challenged the status quo as well as recounts some of the alternative therapies Ross uses to maintain his mental, emotional and physical health.
 
His journey is raw, gripping, and heartfelt. Ross is now healthy, and free from the toxic side effects of psychotropic drugs. But most importantly, he has discovered a way to reclaim his life, and that revelation is the driving force that has led him to share his compelling story.
 
This documentary explores alternative treatments and encourages viewers to question “are drugs the only and best way to treat mental illness?”
 
“Bipolarized is such an important film …the effect is riveting. Ross offers a balanced perspective of bipolar disorder and its treatments from highly skilled clinicians representing a variety of perspectives.” – Dr. James Forleo, Author of Health is Simple. Disease is Complicated.
 
Audiences will hear directly from Ross after each screening and be able to ask him questions via skype. The film’s distributor, Steve Michelson, will be in Sedona to host the film and Q&A discussions.
 

The Aug. 6 Sedona screenings launch a week-long free Global Mental Health Summit hosted by Ross McKenzie & Dr. John Dempster, Aug. 10-17.  The Summit will include clips from the film, in addition to interviews with 30 leading experts in the field of Mental Health.  To sign up & learn more: mentalwellnesssummit.com/
 
“Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre one day only: Thursday, Aug. 6 at 4 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 "Bipolarized" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 76 minutes.
 


Lila and Eve
August 7-12


An exciting film that demonstrates the depths of a mother’s love, “Lila and Eve” tells the story of Lila (Academy Award-nominee Viola Davis), a grief-stricken mother who in the aftermath of her son’s murder in a drive-by shooting attends a support group where she meets Eve (Jennifer Lopez), who has lost her daughter. The two become immediate candid kindred spirits.
 
When Lila hits numerous roadblocks from the police in bringing justice for her son’s slaying, Eve urges Lila to take matters into her own hands to track down her son’s killers. The two women soon embark on a violent pursuit of justice, as they work to the top of the chain of drug dealers to avenge the murder of Lila’s son.

 
 
A bold and provocative take on the morals of American society, “Lila and Eve” is a highly dramatic film which explores the lengths mothers will go to, both physically and emotionally, in pursuing justice for a murdered child.
 
“Lila and Eve” has been compared to “Thelma and Louise” and has been called “hugely entertaining” by critics across the country. Variety magazine raves it is “a vigilante thriller with a twist!”
 
“Lila and Eve” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre Aug. 7-12. Showtimes will be 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 7; 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 8; and 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 11 and 12.  

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 "Lila and Eve" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 94 minutes.
 


The Stanford Prison Experiment
August 7-12


What happens when a college psych study goes shockingly wrong? In “The Stanford Prison Experiment” — a psychological thriller based on the notorious true story — Billy Crudup stars as Stanford University professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo, who, in 1971, cast 24 student volunteers as prisoners and guards in a simulated jail to examine the source of abusive behavior in the prison system. The results astonished the world, as participants went from middle-class undergrads to drunk-with-power sadists and submissive victims in just a few days.
 
Winner of two awards at the Sundance Film Festival, including Best Screenplay, and created with the close participation of Dr. Zimbardo himself, “The Stanford Prison Experiment” is a chilling, edge-of-your-seat thriller about the dark side of power and the effects of imprisonment.
 
The film features an extraordinary cast of rising young actors, including Ezra Miller, Olivia Thirlby, Tye Sheridan, Keir Gilchrist, Michael Angarano, and Thomas Mann.

 
The Hollywood Reporter raves that “The Stanford Prison Experiment” features “bravura ensemble work! A rich, thought-provoking film!” IndieWire says “Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez has masterfully turned Dr. Zimbardo’s famous experiment into a complex, provocative film!” And the New York Post calls the film “chilling, riveting and powerful!”
 
“The Stanford Prison Experiment” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre Aug. 7-12. Showtimes will be 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7 and 8; and 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 11 and 12. 
 
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 "The Stanford Prison Experiment" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 122 minutes.
 


Met Opera Encore: Aida
August 8


The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the encore of the Met Opera’s “Aida” on Saturday, Aug. 8 at 1 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
 
“Aida” — Giuseppe Verdi
 
This grandest of grand operas features an epic backdrop for what is in essence an intimate love story. Set in ancient Egypt and packed with magnificent choruses, complex ensembles, and elaborate ballets, Aida never loses sight of its three protagonists: Amneris, the proud daughter of the pharaoh; her slave, Aida, who is the princess of the rival kingdom of Ethiopia; and Radamès, the Egyptian warrior they both love.
 
Few operas have matched Aida in its exploration of the conflict of private emotion and public duty, and perhaps no other has remained to the present day so unanimously appreciated by audiences and critics alike.

 

Synopsis of “Aida”:

ACT I: Egypt, during the reign of the pharaohs. At the royal palace in Memphis, the high priest Ramfis tells the warrior Radamès that Ethiopia is preparing another attack against Egypt. Radamès hopes to command his army. He is in love with Aida, the Ethiopian slave of Princess Amneris, the king’s daughter, and he believes that victory in the war would enable him to free her and marry her. But Amneris loves Radamès, and when the three meet, she jealously senses his feelings for Aida. News arrives that the Ethiopians are advancing, and the king names Radamès to lead the army. Aida is torn between her love for Radamès and loyalty to her native country, where her father, Amonasro, is king. She prays to the gods for mercy. In the temple of Vulcan, the priests consecrate Radamès, and Ramfis orders him to protect the homeland

ACT II: Ethiopia has been defeated, and Amneris waits for the triumphant return of Radamès. Alone with Aida, she tries to learn her slave’s private feelings by first pretending that Radamès has fallen in battle, then saying he is still alive. Aida’s reactions leave no doubt that she loves Radamès. Amneris is certain she will be victorious over her rival. At the city gates, the king and Amneris observe the victory celebrations and crown Radamès with a victor’s wreath. Captured Ethiopians are led in. Among them is Amonasro, Aida’s father, who signals his daughter not to reveal his identity as king. Radamès is impressed by Amonasro’s eloquent plea for mercy and asks for the prisoners to be freed. The king grants his request but keeps Amonasro in custody. The king declares that as a victor’s reward, Radamès will have Amneris’s hand in marriage.

 

ACT III: On the eve of Amneris’s wedding, Ramfis and Amneris enter a temple on the banks of the Nile to pray. Aida, who is waiting for Radamès, is lost in thoughts of her homeland. Amonasro suddenly appears. Invoking Aida’s sense of duty, he makes her agree to find out from Radamès which route the Egyptian army will take to invade Ethiopia. Amonasro hides as Radamès arrives and assures Aida of his love. They dream about their future life together, and Radamès agrees to run away with her. Aida asks him about his army’s route, and just as he reveals the secret, Amonasro emerges from his hiding place. When he realizes that Amonasro is the Ethiopian king, Radamès is horrified by what he has done. While Aida and Amonasro try to calm him, Ramfis and Amneris step out of the temple. Father and daughter are able to escape, but Radamès surrenders to the priests.

ACT IV: Radamès awaits trial as a traitor, believing Aida to be dead. Even after he learns that she has survived, he rejects an offer by Amneris to save him if he renounces Aida. When he is brought before the priests, he refuses to answer their accusations and is condemned to be buried alive. Amneris begs for mercy, but the judges will not change their verdict. She curses the priests. Aida has hidden in the vault to share Radamès’s fate. They express their love for the last time while Amneris, in the temple above, prays for Radamès’s soul.

Tickets are now on sale for “Aida” by calling 928-282-1177 or clicking on the link below. Tickets are specially priced at $12.50 for this encore. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to order tickets for "Aida" online now.

Production runtime is 175 minutes.
 


Julius Caesar: Globe on Screen
August 9


The famous Globe Theatre of London returns to Sedona on Sunday, Aug. 9 in high definition when the Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere of “Julius Caesar”. There will be one show at 3 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre. This special production continues the full season of Globe on Screen that will be carried here in Sedona, presented by the film festival.
 
“Julius Caesar” is Dominic Dromgoole’s sell-out envisioning of Roman classic, which will be screened in cinemas around the world.
 
Director Dominic Dromgoole said of Julius Caesar; “I had great fun directing such an astonishingly talented cast in Shakespeare’s story of over-reaching ambition and profound betrayal at the Globe. This kind of robust, vital play translates incredibly well to the cinema, so we’re delighted to be offering the chance to see it to more people than ever this year.”
 
When Caesar returns to Rome from the wars a virtual dictator, Brutus and his republican friends resolve that his ambition must be curbed – which in Rome can mean only one thing: the great general must be assassinated. But once the deed is done, the idealistic conspirators have to reckon with the forces of a new power bloc, led by Mark Antony and Caesar’s nephew Octavius. When their armies close at Philippi, will Caesar’s ghost be avenged?

 
 
Opposing dictatorship and republicanism, private virtue and mob violence, Shakespeare’s tense political drama reveals the conflicting loyalties between men in power, with themes that still resonate today.
 
This sell-out production employed authentic Renaissance costumes and staging from Jonathan Fensom, and Dominic Dromgoole’s impassioned interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s classic plays showcased ‘a rapport between the performers and the audience that feels genuinely magical’ (Daily Telegraph).
 
The cast for Julius Caesar includes George Irving in the title role, Tom McKay, Luke Thompson, Catherine Bailey, Sam Cox, Patrick Driver, Anthony Howell, Joe Jameson, Christopher Logan, Tom Kanji, Will Mannering, Keith Ramsey, Paul Rider, Katy Stevens and Dickon Tyrrell.
 
Shakespeare’s Globe On Screen offers audiences a ticket to the best seat in the house from the comfort of a local cinema and the chance to experience the unique magic of the world-famous Globe Theatre, all captured in high definition and full surround sound.
 
“Julius Caesar” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on one day only: Sunday, Aug. 9 at 3 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 see a trailer of "Julius Caesar" and to order tickets online.

Production runtime is 167 minutes (including intermission).
 


Amy
August 10


The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to continue its summer music film series with the one-night-only screenings of “Amy” — an award-winning documentary about the late Amy Winehouse featuring such music legends as Tony Bennett, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé and more. The film will show Monday, Aug. 10 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
 
From BAFTA award-winning director Asif Kapadia (“Senna”), “Amy” tells the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner Amy Winehouse – in her own words. Featuring extensive unseen archive footage and previously unheard tracks, this strikingly modern, moving and vital film shines a light on the world we live in, in a way that very few can.
 
A once-in-a-generation talent, Amy Winehouse was a musician that captured the world’s attention. A pure jazz artist in the most authentic sense – she wrote and sung from the heart using her musical gifts to analyze her own problems. The combination of her raw honesty and supreme talent resulted in some of the most unique and adored songs of our modern era.

 
Amy became an international sensation, experiencing a meteoric rise to fame she had never sought nor expected. Her huge success, however, resulted in relentless and invasive media attention which coupled with Amy’s troubled relationships and precarious lifestyle saw her life tragically begin to unravel. Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning in July 2011 at the age of 27.
 
Four years later, Kapadia’s powerful documentary invites audiences to remember and celebrate Amy as a brilliant artist while asking ourselves how it was that we watched her disappear in front of our eyes.
 
Critics are raving about “Amy”. GQ Magazine calls it “a masterpiece!” and The New York Times calls it “an intensely intimate experience.”
 
“A remarkable documentary about Amy Winehouse’s tragically short life!” — Vanity Fair
 
“An unforgettable portrait of the cult of celebrity in the iphone era.” — Variety
 
“A devastating don’t-miss dazzler! Look, listen and weep!” — Rolling Stone
 
“Amy” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre one day only: Monday, Aug. 10 at 4 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 "Amy" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 128 minutes.
 


Tap World
August 13


The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to continue its summer documentary series with the one-night-only screenings of “Tap World”, an award-winning, entertaining and inspiring new documentary. The film will show Thursday, Aug. 13 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
 
“The language of music is rhythm. Rhythm is the language of life. Rhythm is the international language,” so says one of the tap dancers in “Tap World”, a documentary film that looks at the lives and contemporary styles of the American art form known as tap dance — as practiced around the world.
 
The dancing in “Tap World” showcases the innovations of artists in the 21st century, focusing on styles that are deeply connected to an improvisational jazz spirit, moreso than to the precision choreography of a Broadway show. While Savion Glover and Gregory Hines are frequently mentioned as inspirations for these dancers, the artists profiled in the film have continued to evolve the art form to include the modern movements of urban street dances and to express the powerful energy and emotion in their souls.

 
 
“Tap World” travels the world to paint a portrait of the global tap community, with visits with dancers in Australia, Brazil, France, India, Japan, Russia, Spain, South Africa, Taiwan and across the United States. The film features more than 200 dancers from ages 9 to 91. If one thing is certain, no matter where they reside, these dancers all reveal a burning desire to dance — often despite economic and social obstacles. Tap heals their souls.
 
Winner of the Audience Choice Award for Best Film at the Washington DC International Film Festival, “Tap World” has been garnering rave reviews from critics and audiences around the world. John Lahr of The New Yorker says “ ‘Tap World’ is a fascinating study of tap and how the beat goes on. I found it poetic, moving and enormous fun!”
 
“A sweet gem! Heartwarming!” says The Huffington Post. And The Village Voice calls it “a stirring doc … honors that most American form of dance!”
 
“Tap World” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre one day only: Thursday, Aug. 13 at 4 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 "Tap World" and to order tickets online.

Film runtime is 72 minutes.
 


The Comedy of Errors: Globe on Screen
August 23


The famous Globe Theatre of London returns to Sedona on Sunday, Aug. 23 in high definition when the Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere of “The Comedy of Errors”. There will be one show at 4 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
 
The 2015 season of Shakespeare’s Globe on Screen draws to a close with “The Comedy of Errors”, the perfect light relief to close an epic season of war and tragedy, in cinemas around the world.
 
Take one pair of estranged twin brothers (both called Antipholus), and one pair of estranged twin servants (both called Dromio), keep them in ignorance of each other and throw them into a city with a reputation for sorcery, and you have all the ingredients for theatrical chaos. One Antipholus is astonished by his foreign hospitality; the other enraged by the hostility of his home town. The Dromios, caught between the two, are soundly beaten for obeying all the wrong orders.
 
Basing his plot on a farce by Plautus, Shakespeare caps the mayhem of his Roman original to build up a hectic tale of violent cross-purposes, furious slapstick and social nightmare. This sell-out production employed authentic Renaissance costumes and staging and will have cinema audiences roaring with laughter.

 
 
During the production’s theatre run at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2014, among the items thrown around on stage were 140 fish, 105 bouncing urns, 700 lettuces, 350 bunches of grapes, 35 bread rolls and 35 octopuses!
 
“The Comedy of Errors” is directed by winner of the 2011 Critics’ Circle ‘Most Promising Newcomer’ Award and ‘Best Director’ at the 2013 TMA UK Theatre Awards, Blanche McIntyre. Her credits include the critically-acclaimed “As You Like It” at Shakespeare’s Globe, “The Birthday Party” (Royal Exchange, Manchester) and “The Seagull” (Headlong).
 
“The Comedy of Errors” stars Matthew Needham as Antipholus of Ephesus, Simon Harrison as Antipholus of Syracuse, Brodie Ross as Dromio of Syracuse and Jamie Wilkes as Dromio of Ephesus, who spent 2 hours 20 minutes of the production run with his head in a turkey! Eminent stage and screen actor James Laurenson (The Bourne Identity, State of Play) also appears as Egeon.
 
The full cast also includes Stefan Adegbola, Andy Apollo, Paul Brendan, Linda Broughton, Gershwyn Eustache Jr, Becci Gemmell, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Emma Jerrold, Hattie Ladbury and Anne Odeke.
 
Shakespeare’s Globe On Screen offers audiences a ticket to the best seat in the house from the comfort of their local cinema, and the chance to experience the unique magic of the world-famous Globe Theatre, all captured in high definition and full surround sound.
 
“The Comedy of Errors” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on one day only: Sunday, Aug. 23 at 4 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 the link below. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.

CLICK HERE to see a trailer of "The Comedy of Errors" and to order tickets online.

Production runtime is 147 minutes (including intermission).
 

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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