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The Trylon hosts some of the best films the world has to offer: new international, regional, and local films as well as recently restored classics. Mondays & Tuesdays in September at the Trylon.

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JAUJA

The Trylon microcinema

Mon Sep 07 7:00 9:15
Tue Sep 08 7:00 9:15

(2014, DCP, 109m) dir Lisandro Alonso w/Viggo Mortensen. In a remote Patagonian outpost during the late 1800s, a Danish engineer embarks on a mysterious and dangerous search for his 15-year-old daughter who has run away with a soldier. This period piece takes surreal and magical turns as it slowly bends time and space.

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CHARLIE'S COUNTRY

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Mon Sep 14 7:00 9:15
Tue Sep 15 7:00 9:15

(2013, HD, 108m) dir Rolf de Heer w/David Gulpilil. Living in a remote Aboriginal community in northern Australia, Charlie is a warrior past his prime but still searching for his place in the modern world. David Gulpilil, who starred in Nicolas Roeg's Walkabout at age 17, anchors the film with his performance.

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TOM AT THE FARM

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Mon Sep 21 7:00 9:15
Tue Sep 22 7:00 9:15

(2013, DCP, 102m) dir Xavier Dolan. Young Canadian director Xavier Dolan heads into Hitchcock territory as Tom (played by Dolan) attends his closeted lover's funeral in a rural farming community.

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COSMOPOLITAN WILD: GLIMPSES OF A BURGEONING FRONTIER

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Mon Sep 28 7:00 8:00 9:00
Tue Sep 29 7:00 8:00 9:00

(2015, DCP, 45m) dir Jack Davis. This set of documentary shorts from Mozambique tracks Afrikaaner exiles and Congolese ruby miners, booze fueled hunters, mountain queens and thriving refugees. This film is part of a quarterly series presented by Northern Exposure. Director Jack Davis will hold a brief Q&A after the final screening (Tuesday 9pm).
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