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  • Sun., Jan. 19, 1 & 4 p.m. and Tue., Jan. 21, 7 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    Set in the Parisian publishing world, this story traces the fallout between friends when lines between fact and fiction are blurred. Part of the Molly Schlich Independent-International Film Series. Adults $8, students $4 with ID. springfieldart.org.
  • Sat., Jan. 25, 5:30 p.m.

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    Seasons of Change on Henry's Farm is a documentary style film that follows the lives of Henry and Hiroko Brockman, who have run an organic vegetable farm in the Mackinaw Valley of Central Illinois for 25 years. Though the successful farm has many loyal customers, Henry knows he needs to give his body a break. So he puts his former apprentices in charge while he takes a year’s sabbatical with Hiroko in her native Japan. The results of Henry’s “fallow year,” however, turn out to be very different from what he had anticipated. While those at home battle chaotic…
  • Sun., Jan. 26, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Jan. 28, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    Adults $8, students with ID $4

    Capernaum is apart of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. This 8 week long film series has been entertaining and challenging movie lovers for over 25 years by bringing independent and international films to Springfield. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. Visit springfieldart.org for more information or call 2175232631. All proceeds benefit the Michael Victor II Library and all film screenings are shown at AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8. 217-523-2631
  • Sun., Feb. 2, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Feb. 4, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    Adults $8, students with ID $4

    Maiden is apart of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. This 8 week long film series has been entertaining and challenging movie lovers for over 25 years by bringing independent and international films to Springfield. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. Visit springfieldart.org for more information or call 2175232631. All proceeds benefit the Michael Victor II Library and all film screenings are shown at AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8. 217-523-2631
  • First Monday of every month, 7 p.m. Continues through May 4

    The Legacy Theatre

    101 E. Lawrence, Springfield Downtown

    Beginning January 6, 2020 and continuing on the first Monday of every month through May 2020, holders of the Mystery Movie Monday Pass will arrive at The Legacy Theatre for a 7pm movie. The audience won't know the title of the film is until the red velvet curtain opens on the Grand Screen! There will be films from across the spectrum of genres: comedy, drama, suspense, musical, western, romance, or documentary (everything but horror). Films will span from the early days of the 20th century to contemporary titles. The film series is being curated with Andy Egizi, who teaches… 800-838-3006
  • Sun., Feb. 9, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Feb. 11, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    Adults $8, students with ID $4

    Ruben Brandt Collector is apart of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. This 8 week long film series has been entertaining and challenging movie lovers for over 25 years by bringing independent and international films to Springfield. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. Visit springfieldart.org for more information or call 2175232631. All proceeds benefit the Michael Victor II Library and all film screenings are shown at AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8. 217-523-2631
  • Sun., Feb. 16, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Feb. 18, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    $8 Adults/ $4 Students w/ ID

    A part of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. This 8 week long film series has been entertaining and challenging movie lovers for over 25 years by bringing independent and international films to Springfield. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. Visit springfieldart.org for more information or call 217-523-2631. All proceeds benefit the Michael Victor II Library and all film screenings are shown at AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8. 217-523-2631
  • Sun., Feb. 23, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., Feb. 25, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    $8 Adults/ $4 Students w/ID

    Woman at War is a part of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. This 8 week long film series has been entertaining and challenging movie lovers for over 25 years by bringing independent and international films to Springfield. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. Visit springfieldart.org for more information or call 217-523-2631. All proceeds benefit the Michael Victor II Library and all film screenings are shown at AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8. 217-523-2631
  • Sun., March 1, 1-3 & 4-6 p.m. and Tue., March 3, 7-9 p.m.

    AMC Classic Parkway Pointe 8

    3025 Lindbergh Avenue, Springfield West Side

    $8 Adults/ $4 Students w/ID

    Part of the Molly Schlich Film Series brought to you by the Michael Victor II Art Library inside of the Springfield Art Association. Single tickets can be purchased at the door or you may buy a season pass. springfieldart.org 217-523-2631
  • Fri., March 20, 7-9 p.m.

    UIS Brookens Auditorium

    1 University Plaza, Springfield Lake Springfield Area

    Free

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    Salt of the Earth presents the true story of Mexican-American zinc miners who strike to end unsafe work conditions and unequal wages with their white counterparts. The film explores themes regarding the role of organized labor, what it means to be American, race, and feminism. The film stands out in history as a blacklisted film, swept up in the communist panic of the McCarthy era, but has stood the test of time to give a unique perspective of the Southwest in the 50s. 217-206-6245