July Now Playing: A Raw Portrait of Ebert in Life Itself, Brit Marling Returns in I Origins
Life Itself
July Now Playing: A Raw Portrait of Ebert in Life Itself, Brit Marling Returns in I Origins
I Origins
July Now Playing: A Raw Portrait of Ebert in Life Itself, Brit Marling Returns in I Origins
Wish I Was Here

July Now Playing: A Raw Portrait of Ebert in Life Itself, Brit Marling Returns in I Origins

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In January, Festival Director John Cooper called Life Itself “absolutely, positively the easiest film to program.” As declarations go, that one could draw allegations of hyperbole. That is, until you view Steve James’ raw, often difficult-to-watch but nonetheless faithfully directed portrait of legendary critic Roger Ebert, which continues its journey to theaters Friday, July 4. Later this month, Mike Cahill makes his directorial return with another thoughtful and enigmatic drama that skirts the lines of drama and romance, as he reunites with the alluring Brit Marling for I Origins. More hits come in the form of actor/director and prolific Tweeter Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here, and Richard Linklater’s 12-years-in-the-making family drama Boyhood. 

In Theatres

Friday, July 4

Life Itself, directed by Steve James

Friday, July 11

Land Ho!, directed by Martha Stephens & Aaron Katz

Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater

Friday, July 18

I Origins, directed by Mike Cahill

Wish I Was Here, directed by Zach Braff

Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory, directed by Michael Rossato-Bennett

Friday, July 25

Very Good Girls, directed by Naomi Foner

A Most Wanted Man, directed by Anton Corbijn

Happy Christmas, directed by Joe Swanberg

Video On Demand

Tuesday, July 1 

Particle Fever, by Mark Levinson and David Kaplan (iTunes only; other platforms July 15)

Friday, July 11

Battered Bastards of Baseball, directed by Chapman and Maclain Way

DVD and Blu-Ray

Tuesday, July 22

Blue Ruin, directed by Jeremy Saulnier