Weekly Feature

2017-04-20 / Entertainment

Film/Video

fri. 21, sat. 22, tues. 25 & thurs. 27

Vertigo — The 1958 Alfred Hitchcock film features Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak, 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, Saturday, April 22, Tuesday, April 25, and Thursday, April 27, at the Screening Room, in the Boulevard Mall, 880 Alberta Drive, formerly the Funny Bone Comedy Club. Separate entrance outside the mall between Macy’s and JC Penney’s; $. 837-0376, www.screeningroom.net

sun. 23

The Sleeping Beauty — Catherine Breillat’s interpretation of the classic fairy tale about a young princess who is the subject of a tug-of-war among witches, as each struggles to find the suitable antidote to a death sentence inculcated by an evil sister. The French film stars Carla Besnainou, Julia Artamonov, David Chausse and Kerian Mayan, 11 a.m. Sunday, April 23, at Dipson Amherst Theatre, 3500 Main St., Buffalo; $. 834-7655

tues. 25

In the Mood for Love — Kar-Wai Wong’s romantic drama set in Hong Kong in 1962. The film stars Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Maggie Cheung and Ping Lam Siu, as part of the Buffalo Film Seminars, hosted by Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson, 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, at the Dipson Amherst Theatre, 3500 Main St., Buffalo; $, 834-7655, www.buffalofilmseminars.com

wed. 26

Class Divide — Marc Levin’s 2015 documentary is a look at NYC’s gentrification and growing inequality in a microcosm that explores two distinct worlds that share the same Chelsea intersection: 10th Avenue and 26th Street, and presented as part of the Cultivate Cinema Circle 2016, 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, at Burning Books, 420 Connecticut St., Buffalo; Free. 881-0791, burningbooksbuffalo.com

thurs. 27

Healing Voices — WNY Independent Living’s Mental Health PEER Connection presents this feature-length documentary examining experiences commonly labeled as “psychosis” or “mental illness” in society, and a critical look at America’s broken mental health care system, doors open at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27, at Dipson’s Amherst Theatre, 3500 Main St., Buffalo; Free - donations will be accepted. There will be panel discussion following the movie. www.wnyil.org

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