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Movies At The Modern Art Museum Of Fort Worth

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will host their “Magnolia at the Modern” Film Series starting on November 13 and going through December 20.  Below are just a few of the films that will be shown.  To see a complete list, please go to http://www.themodern.org.  Tickets will go on sale beginning November 3, online at http://www.themodern.org, by calling 817.738.9215, or at the Modern’s admission desk. Café Modern offers dinner before or after the film on Friday and Saturday, and brunch on Sunday.
 
Magnolia at the Modern is an ongoing series featuring critically acclaimed films. Tickets are $9; $7 for Modern members; $6 for Reel People. The Sunday noon show time is half price. Advance sales begin two hours prior to each show.
 
PhoenixPhoenix
November 13-15
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
 
“A haunting portrait of identity, loss, and the search for answers in post-WWII Berlin.”
Scott Foundas, Variety. After undergoing reconstructive surgery, a concentration camp survivor (Nina Hoss) tries to find out if her husband (Ronald Zehrfeld) betrayed her to the Nazis.
98 minutes; PG-13; English, German
  
ExperimenterExperimenter
November 20-22
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
 
“A heady brew of theories about the essence of human nature, and a Peter Sarsgaard performance that catches Milgram in all his seductive, megalomaniacal brilliance.” Scott Foundas, Variety. In 1961, social psychologist Stanley Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard) conducts controversial experiments designed to measure conformity, conscience, and free will.  108 minutes; PG-13
TheebTheeb
November 27-29
Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm
 
A young Bedouin boy uses his nascent survival skills to outwit potential enemies in Theeb, a classic adventure film of the best kind, and one that’s rarely seen these days.” Jay Weissberg, Variety. In the Ottoman province of Hijaz during World War I, a young Bedouin boy experiences a greatly hastened coming of age as he embarks on a perilous desert journey to guide a British officer to his secret destination. 100 minutes; Arabic with English subtitles
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