We have two new Virtual Cinema titles opening today: Georgian dance romance AND THEN WE DANCED and SORRY WE MISSED YOU , the newest from legendary British director Ken Loach (KES, THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY).

Acclaimed filmmaker Pedro Costa's VITALINA VARELA , which opened on Tuesday, continues to play via Virtual Cinema through Thursday, April 16. FANTASTIC FUNGI , CORPUS CHRISTI , and NO DATA PLAN will be held over through Thursday, April 9.

Virtual Cinema allows you to stream great new titles and support your favorite nonprofit, independent cinema! Feel free to share our e-newsletters with loved ones near and far so that they too can enjoy exciting new releases while helping out Amherst Cinema.
Now playing via Virtual Cinema

through 4/16
A passionate tale of love and liberation set amidst the conservative confines of modern Georgian society.
through 4/16
A hard-up delivery driver and his wife look to the gig economy in this touching, timely drama from Ken Loach. A New York Times Critic's Pick!
through 4/16
Pedro Costa’s acclaimed new drama stars a nonprofessional actor in an extraordinary performance based on her own life. "Essential cinema," says the New York Times of this Critic's Pick!
through 4/9
In this hit documentary, take a vivid journey into the mysterious subterranean world of mycelium and its fruit—the mushroom.
through 4/9
Miko Revereza, who's lived in the United States illegally for over 20 years, takes the Amtrak train from Los Angeles to New York in this vital documentary.
through 4/9
Nominated for the Best International Feature Oscar, CORPUS CHRISTI is an incisive, darkly humorous, and engrossing exploration of faith, second chances, and the possibility of atonement.
Looking for even more films to watch this weekend? Try our At-Home Cinema Selections, below, from Volunteer Freeman Stein and General Manager George Myers. If you're enjoying our recommendations, let us know by sharing your favorites on social media with the hashtag #AmherstCinemaAtHome.
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Happy movie-watching!

Your friends at Amherst Cinema
Freeman Stein, See-Hear-Feel-Film Volunteer, recommends:
dir. Costa-Gavras, 1969
I saw Z, directed by the young Costa-Gavras, at the Exeter Street Theater in Boston when it came out in 1969. I recommend the film because it is a first-rate thriller and a fitting accompaniment to the election of Richard Nixon that same year. As a senior in college, I had already participated in countless demonstrations in Boston, some of which became violent, and Z spoke to the outrage many Americans were feeling and to our heightened awareness of the corruption of those in power. I remember leaving the theater feeling a strong need to understand and challenge this realitya need I continue to feel.

George Myers, General Manager, recommends:
dir. Brendan Toller, 2015
DANNY SAYS is a-behind-the-scenes look at Danny Fields, a larger-than-life personality who helped bring acts like The Stooges, The Doors, The Ramones, Nico, and Judy Collins to major label attention. With amazing access to Fields and his archive, the origins of artists that transformed music as we know it are brought to the screen. Danny Fields is truly a national treasure and the film is as fun as it is informative.

Available for streaming on YouTube
Past At-Home Cinema Selections:

Look for more recommendations soon! We'll send At-Home Cinema Selections in our e-newsletters on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout our temporary closure.
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