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Wednesday - July 26, 2017

Band Aid

Not Rated, 1 hr. 34 min., Comedy

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 3:30PM and 8:30PM

Band Aid, the refreshingly raw, real, and hilarious feature debut from Zoe Lister-Jones, is the story of a couple, Anna (Zoe Lister-Jones) and Ben (Adam Pally), who can't stop fighting. Advised by their therapist to try and work through their grief unconventionally, they are reminded of their shared love of music. In a last-ditch effort to save their marriage, they decide to turn all their fights into song, and with the help of their neighbor Dave (Fred Armisen), they start a band. A story of love, loss, and rock and roll, Band Aid is a witty and perceptive view of modern love, with some seriously catchy pop hooks to boot.

SCORE: A Film Music Documentary

Not Rated, 1 hr. 34 min., Documentary

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 6:00PM

What makes a film score unforgettable? SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY brings Hollywood's elite composers together to give viewers a privileged look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world's most international music genre: the film score. A film composer is a musical scientist of sorts, and the influence they have to complement a film and garner powerful reactions from global audiences can be a daunting task to take on. The documentary contains interviews with dozens of film composers who discuss their craft and the magic of film music while exploring the making of the most iconic and beloved scores in history: "James Bond", "Star Wars," "Indiana Jones," "Pirates of the Caribbean," "Titanic," "The Social Network," "Mad Max: Fury Road," and "Psycho."

Upcoming Events

There Are Jews Here- Film Monday July 31st


Free admission

There are Jews Here is the story of America’s disappearing Jewish communities. Over 1 million American Jews live in once thriving small towns that have seen better days. Exploring themes of faith and community the film is an intimate look into what Jews are doing to keep their communities alive or ensure their legacies are not lost. The film takes you to Laredo Texas, Butte Montana, Latrobe Pennsylvania and Dothan Alabama where you are sure to be surprised by the people you meet who are doing their part to keep the Jewish spirit alive. The film is both a celebration of tenacity and a cautionary tale; a warning that synagogues, cemeteries and sacred possessions could vanish. This film transcends religion and is a deeply human exploration of age old-old universal questions of faith and identity.

Doors open at 6PM for socialization and beverages, screening of film at 6:30PM and discussion after the film at 8PM. We are most fortunate that Nancy Oyer, of Butte Montana who is featured in the film will be joining us. The film is open to the public, no cost, but donations greatly appreciated.

Additional information about the film can be located on their website: For other questions contact Diane Kersten at or 697-7992.


AUGUST 7/8 7:00pm

$20 admission

We have partnered with a film festival out of North Carolina to bring you the 100 Words Film Festival! Join us August 7th and 8th for this special Phase 2 Fundraiser event where we will play 17 original films with exactly 100 words (that are counted!). All in under 100 minutes.
There will be a full dinner menu available as well as all the normal great drinks and snacks we always have!
Event starts at 7pm. $20 entry fee.
Experience a night like no other, support Phase 2, and get a feel for what Phase 2 can bring on a regular basis!


One Time Screening September 12th 7:00pm

Filmed with extraordinary access over more than two years, MAY IT LAST: A PORTRAIT OF THE AVETT BROTHERS is a deeply intimate and revealing look at the Grammy Award-nominated North Carolina band fronted by Seth and Scott Avett. Directors Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio chart the Avett Brothers' decade-and-a-half rise, while chronicling their 2016 collaboration with famed producer Rick Rubin on the critically-acclaimed album “True Sadness,” released on American Recordings/Republic Records. Using the recording process as a backdrop, the film depicts a lifelong creative partnership put to the test as band members undergo marriage, divorce, parenthood, illness, and the challenges of the music business. More than just a concert documentary, MAY IT LAST is a meditation on family, love, and the passage of time.