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Tivoli Theatre

5021 Highland Avenue

Downers Grove, IL 60515

Phone: 630-968-0219

Fax: 630-968-0839


 

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$5 Members

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MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014                             7:30 PM


Spare, haunting, uncompromising, "Ida" is a film of exceptional artistry whose emotions are as potent and persuasive as its images are indelibly beautiful.

The first film in his native Poland by the gifted Britain-based director Pawel Pawlikowski, "Ida" is by design simultaneously simple and complex, timely and outside of time. It tells the story of one specific young woman's search for identity in 1962, and in so doing effortlessly brings in issues roiling contemporary Poland as well as themes of trauma and redemption that are as old as the ancient Greeks.



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MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014                             7:30 PM


After  Hours 25th  Anniversary Presentation!

A HARD DAY'S NIGHT

With Special Guest Host Val Cameletti (Val's Halla)


Let's get the obvious bit over with: The early days of the Beatles, as reflected in Richard Lester's ebullient shout of freedom A Hard Day's Night, were all about the optimism of the early 1960s, a thrilling and energizing time when young people, and even some older ones, truly believed that the future held great promise. By the late '60s, disillusionment had set in...


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MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 2014                             7:30 PM


Our program tonight is dedicated to Joe Barillari, friend, board director and discussion leader of the After Hours Film Society.  We thought Bicycle Thief would be a fitting tribute: not only was it one of Joe's favorite films, it also embodies the strong relationship of a father and his son and reminds us of the bond that Joe shared with his own son, Erik. Joe, we will miss you...



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MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 2014                             7:30 PM


“Life Itself,” Steve James’s documentary on the life of Roger Ebert, is in many ways like a wake at which intimate acquaintances warmly recall their departed friend in all his aspects, foibles and quirks along with his talents and triumphs. Deep currents of love and sorrow flow under the succession of often funny recollections of a busy life. But it is a wake where the departed is still present.






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