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Hitchcock's Classic 'Spellbound' At NBMAA

New Britain Museum of American Art's current show, "Cycle of Life in Print: Salvador Dalí," will be enhanced on Thursday, April 28, with two screenings of the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Spellbound." The 1945 thriller stars Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck in a story about an amnesia patient accused...

Cheap And Free Movies In Connecticut

Sometimes you just want to see a movie away from home but avoid the bigger theaters and venues. And many of these movies you won't find on Netflix or in that Red Box machine in your supermarket anyway. So we've rounded up some other options for you at libraries, museums, in the parks, etc. Most...More

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  • 'A Beautiful Planet' At Maritime Aquarium

    'A Beautiful Planet' At Maritime Aquarium

    The newest IMAX movie to be shown at Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk was shot from an unusual perspective: outer space. "A Beautiful Planet" was filmed from inside the International Space Station, which orbits at 220 miles above the Earth at almost 18,000 mph. The station makes a complete circuit...

  • Mental Health Advocacy Documentary 'Healing Voices'

    Mental Health Advocacy Documentary 'Healing Voices'

    The documentary "Healing Voices" is meant to start a worldwide conversation. It tells the stories of people with mental illness as they work to make their lives purposeful. Instead of showing in theaters, the movie is being released in local gathering places all around the United States, England,...

  • Eva Hesse Documentary At Yale Art Gallery

    Eva Hesse Documentary At Yale Art Gallery

    Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St. in New Haven, will show a documentary about a legendary sculptor who studied at Yale under Josef Albers. "Eva Hesse" tells the story of the German-born Holocaust escapee, who immigrated to New York with her family in 1939. At Yale, she was influenced...

      • Silent 'Show People' At Yale, With Live Accompaniment

        Silent 'Show People' At Yale, With Live Accompaniment

        Marion Davies was a leading comic star of silent cinema. But her paramour, William Randolph Hearst, wanted her to be taken more seriously. He bankrolled films that cast her in heavy dramatic roles, but the roles did not suit her. "Show People," made in 1928, tells a comic story very much like Davies'...

          • 'La Famiglia' Theme Of Italian Film Weekend At Atheneum

            'La Famiglia' Theme Of Italian Film Weekend At Atheneum

            Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford celebrates its fifth annual Italian Film Weekend on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, April 21, 23 and 24. Five movies with a theme of "La Famiglia" will be shown, and the museum will reprise its popular "Big Night" dinner. The opening-night film, "Se Dio...

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