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The Immigrant
July 25 - 31
Life Itself
August 1 - 6
Chef
August 8 - 13
Snowpiercer
August 15 - 21
Locke
August 22 - 27
Magic In The Moonlight
August 29 - September 11
Life After Beth
September 12 - 18


July 17 thru August 1
Thursdays & Fridays
10:00am & 1:00pm
ALL SEATS $1.00
Madagascar(PG)
July 17 - 18
The Pirates! Band Of Misfits(PG)
July 24 - 25
Puss In Boots(PG)
July 31 - August 1
UPDATED: July 16, 2014
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Belle
Belle
Dir: Amma Asante Starring: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Matthew Goode, Emily Watson 104mins DCP
Fri & Sat 5:00 & 7:00
3:00 Matinee Saturday & Sunday
Sun - Thurs 7:30 only

Dido Elizabeth Belle (Mbatha-Raw) has all the difficulties of any young, well-to-do woman in 18th-century England. She can't vote, can't drive, can't go to the movies or leave the house without wearing a corset, and she's concerned she may never find a husband. Being half-black only adds to her troubles; it means she can't even eat dinner with her family. The color of her skin means her rank is somewhere below her own family but above the servants.

But her social standing changes when her biological father, a naval officer who left her with his uncle while he sailed around the world, dies and leaves her a fortune. Cue the suitors who feel that riches will outweigh the color of their wife's skin. When her penniless cousin-but-more-of-a-sister Elizabeth (Gadon) is introduced to society, Dido tags along to keep her company, and the two are thrown where not all men are as virtuous as they seem. At the same time, their uncle, William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield (Wilkinson) is judging an insurance case where slaves were drowned for the insurance money, and Dido challenges him to see the slaves as human beings rather than property.

Based on a true story, the film is framed by the painting of a portrat of Dido and Elizabeth together, which can still be seen today in Scotland's Scone Palace. Finding out about Dido and the events that shaped the painting and her life would be cheaper and less time-consuming at the Capri, though. Just saying.

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1045 E Fairview Ave
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The Capri Community Film Society, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The CCFS operates The Capri Theatre, Montgomery's only independent cinema.

The Capri Theatre was built in 1941 as The Clover and was Montgomery's first neighborhood theatre. It was remodeled and renamed The Capri in December 1962.

The Capri Theatre has been operated by the CCFS since 1983.

The CCFS is supported through tax-deductible donations and memberships.


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