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Sunday - June 25, 2017

Neither Wolf Nor Dog

Not Rated, 1 hr. 50 min., Drama

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 12:45PM

A white author is summoned by a Lakota Elder who asks him to write a book about his perspective. After a blundering false start, he is all but kidnapped and sucked into a road trip through the heart of the contemporary Native American landscape.

Buster's Mal Heart

Not Rated, 1 hr. 36 min., Drama

Showtimes (click time to purchase): 3:15PM

In this bold thriller peppered with dark humor and interlocking mystery, an eccentric mountain man is on the run from the authorities, surviving the winter by breaking into empty vacation homes in a remote community. Regularly calling into radio talk shows - where he has acquired the nickname "Buster" - to rant about the impending Inversion at the turn of the millennium, he is haunted by visions of being lost at sea, and memories of his former life as a family man. Buster (Rami Malek) was once Jonah, a hard-working husband and father whose job as the night-shift concierge at a hotel took its toll on his psyche and, consequently, his marriage to the sensitive Marty (Kate Lyn Sheil) - until a chance encounter with a conspiracy-obsessed drifter (DJ Qualls) changed the course of their lives forever. As the solitary present-day Buster drifts from house to house, eluding the local sheriff at every turn, we gradually piece together the events that fractured his life and left him alone on top of a snowy mountain, or perhaps in a small rowboat in the middle of a vast ocean - or both, in this visceral mind bender that will provoke discussion long after it turns your world upside-down.

Upcoming Events

Knit at the Movies June 27th


Free admission

Bring your knitting, gather downtown at the Art House, learn about Yarn Bar (your new favorite LYS), and watch "You've Got Mail".

Free admission, donations to Phase 2 and the Yarn Bar opening downtown. Come and join the fun! Hang out with fellow knitters and win fun Yarn Bar prizes!

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 mtdiane@bresnan,net or 697-7992.