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Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

Action, Sci-Fi Rated: PG-13 145 min
Showing: Saturday, May 18 1:00pm  |  4:00pm  |  7:00pm
Also Playing: Sun, May 19  |  Thu, May 23

The latest installment in the Planet of the Apes reboot takes place 300 years after the reign of Caesar. The film follows the young ape Noa (Owen Teague), who crosses paths with a teenage girl on his journey to find freedom. A NYT Critic’s Pick.

“What makes Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes powerful, in the end… [is that] it probes how the act of co-opting idealisms and converting them to dogmas has occurred many times over.” — Alissa Wilkinson, The New York Times
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Uncropped, One of the Year’s Best Docs, Comes to the Crandell on June 7

Q&A with Director D.W. Young and Composer David Ullmann to follow first screening (Chatham, NY, May 15, 2024)—On Friday, June 7, the historic Crandell Theatre will screen the acclaimed new documentary Uncropped, about the work of legendary Village Voice photographer and photojournalist James Hamilton. Praised by critics as a rich and absorbing must-see and one of the best documentaries of the year, the film is a visual feast of Hamilton’s indelible images and the eras they represent. Following Friday night’s show, Director D.W. Young and locally-based composer David Ullmann will take the stage for a Crandell Live! Q&A, moderated by Filmmaker and Crandell Board Member Mirissa Neff. James Hamilton is one of the great chroniclers of the cultural history of America. For over four decades working as a staff photographer at publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, The New York Observer…


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