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The Little Mermaid

Treasures untold await you and your family at this special 30th Anniversary screening of the film that marked the beginning of Disney Animation's fabled Renaissance, restoring the House of Mouse's reputation as the ultimate purveyors of movie magic. This timeless fantasy follows Ariel, a headstrong mermaid who's fascination with the world up above leads her strike a Faustian bargain with a cephalopod sea witch after falling in love with a handsome (if not a bit dull, amirite?) prince. Losing her voice, but never her power, this bubbly and enchanting tale with some of the best songs in the Disney cannon will swim its way into your heart. So don't be such a guppy! Bring your whozits and whatsits galore and come be part of our world Wednesday night at the Open Space.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1989
Runtime:83 min.
Rating:G
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Ron Clements
John Musker
Produced by:Howard Ashman
John Musker
Screenwriter:John Musker
Ron Clements
Editing By:Mark A. Hester
Cast:Jodi Benson
Christopher Daniel Barnes
Jason Marin
Samuel E. Wright
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Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

As an epic battle for the fate of the galaxy approaches, the Empire quickly finishes construction on another Death Star battle station, and the Emperor himself soon arrives to personally oversee the operation. Rescuing Han Solo from his captor Jabba the Hutt, Princess Leia helps organize the Rebel attack and Luke Skywalker prepares for final confrontation with Darth Vader to prove himself a Jedi and perhaps bring out the good within his father’s soul. As the Rebels launch their offensive, Skywalker is brought before the Emperor, and after a lightsaber duel with Vader refuses the Emperor’s temptations. In a fateful moment, Vader chooses to save his son, destroying the Emperor and sacrificing himself, a final redeeming act as Anakin Skywalker.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1983
Runtime:131 min.
Rating:PG
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Richard Marquand
Produced by:Howard G. Kazanjian
Rick McCallum
Screenwriter:Lawrence Kasdan
George Lucas
Cinematography:Alan Hume
Editing By:Sean Barton
T.M. Christopher
Duwayne Dunham
Marcia Lucas
Cast:Mark Hamill
Harrison Ford
Carrie Fisher
Billy Dee Williams
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Stop Making Sense

Few films can be considered the best of their genre, and when you get to watch one of those films in a field filled with people dancing their asses off? Well, then you’ve hit the jackpot. New Wave rock band The Talking Heads and director Jonathan Demme teamed up to shoot this nearly perfect concert film over four nights in at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles in December, 1983. Not familiar with The Talking Heads? (First of all, the heck is wrong with you?) But secondly, that needn’t keep you away. The unstoppable, tireless joy of this film will have you on your feet dancing along whether you know your “Slippery People” from your “Life During War Time” or not. Big suits not required, but encouraged.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1984
Runtime:88 min.
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Jonathan Demme
Produced by:Gary Goetzman
Screenwriter:Jonathan Demme
Talking Heads
Cinematography:Jordan Cronenweth
Editing By:Lisa Day
Music By:David Byrne
Talking Heads
Cast:David Byrne
Tina Weymouth
Jerry Harrison
Chris Frantz
Bernie Worrell
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Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music

Fifty years ago this summer nearly half a million people attended the Woodstock Music and Art Fair. The fair became rock and roll’s most famous event, an iconic representation of a generation’s ideals. We’ll recreate this seminal time and place with a special outdoor screening (note the early start time!) of Michael Wadleigh's Oscar-winning rock doc that completely and poignantly captured this now mythic music celebration. So let your inner flower child out and dance and sway and sing to the performances of Crosby, Stills & Nash; The Who; Joan Baez; Jimi Hendrix; Jefferson Airplane, and many more. It may not be a field in upstate New York, but it's the Open Space, a place where you can feel the power of music in the freedom of the open air, surrounded by friends and neighbors. Note: This film will start at 9:15 pm to accommodate the substantial runtime.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1970
Runtime:184 min.
Rating:R
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Michael Wadleigh
Produced by:Bob Maurice
Cinematography:Malcom Hart
Don Lenzer
Michael Margetts
David Myers
Richard Pearce
Michael Wadleigh
Alfred Wertheimer
Editing By:Jere Huggins
Thelma Schoonmaker
Martin Scorsese
Michael Wadleigh
Stanley Warnow
Yeu-Bun Yee
Cast:Arlo Guthrie
The Who
Jimi Hendrix
Jefferson Airplane
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