We've reached our initial goal for 75,000 air miles! 

But since we're clearly on a roll... may we be so bold as to extend our campaign to 100,000 miles by March 31st

Until March 4  
The Cinematheque | 200 - 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver

On February 21, don't miss The Beaches of Agnès with special introduction from Thierry Garrel, who produced the film at ARTE France and is the curator of the FRENCH FRENCH series at DOXA!

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Program Highlights

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool tracks the artist’s history from his affluent upbringing as the son of a prominent Illinois dentist, through his training at Julliard in New York, and on to the truly remarkable records and performances which defined his apex years of creativity from the mid 1950s to the late 1970s. Fans of Davis will revel in watching never-before-seen footage and learning more about the complex man behind his canonical body of music.

Arresting and unique, Midnight Traveler is at once an intimate study of displacement as well as a compelling road movie. The journey of the Afghani Fazili family begins in Tajikistan, where a long wait has resulted in the rejection of their asylum claim. Over the next several years, Hassan Fazili uses cell phones to film his family’s journey back to Afghanistan, and then through Iran, Turkey, Bulgaria, and Serbia.

A post-Fordist drama that provides a gripping and often humorous insider-look at cultural differences between workers, with a sharp-eyed examination of shifting power in the global economy, American Factory follows the revival of an industrial plant in Dayton, Ohio after Fuyao, a Chinese automotive glass company, takes over.