New films to open at Cinema Art Theater Jan. 29 | Cape Gazette

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Starting Friday, January 29, the Rehoboth Beach Film Association’s Cinema Arts Theater will show three new films.

"Malcolm and Mary" is a fascinating series that pushes a couple to a romantic angle.

The filmmaker, played by John David Washington, went home with his girlfriend played by Zendaya after celebrating the film’s premiere. He awaits the upcoming key and financial success. When revelations about their relationship began to surface, the night suddenly turned around and tested the power of their love.

Screening times will be Friday, January 29th at 6 pm, Saturday, January 30th at 3 pm and Thursday, February 4th at 3 pm.

"Our Friends" is an extraordinary true story about the importance of life, friends and relationships.

The Teague family consists of Matt, the journalist played by Casey Affleck, and Nicole, the energetic wife of Dakota Johnson, and their two The life of each young daughter was greatly changed by Nicole's heartbreaking diagnosis of terminal cancer. As Matt’s responsibilities as a caretaker and parent become more and more overwhelmed, the couple’s best friend, Dane Faucheux, played by Jason Segel, is willing to provide help. When Dane put her life aside with friends, the impact of this life-changing decision was greater and deeper than anyone thought.

Screening times will be Friday, January 29 at 5 pm, Saturday, January 30 at 2 pm, Saturday, January 30 at 3:30 pm, Sunday, January 31 and Thursday at February 4 at 2 pm.

"My Rembrandt" is a tempting art world documentary that provides interesting perspectives on what makes the work of Dutch master painters so special.

Set in the world of ancient masters, the film provides a series of jaw-dropping stories, in which the unfettered passion for Rembrandt's painting leads to dramatic developments and unexpected plot changes. Art collectors showed us a special connection with "their" Rembrandt, while the French baron Eric de Rothschild (Eric de Rothschild) sold two Rembrandts, triggering the National The hard political struggle between the museum and the Louvre. The film also follows a noble Dutch art dealer, because he seems to have to take not only one Rembrandt painting, but also two "new" Rembrandt paintings.

Screening times are January 29 (Friday) at 2 pm, January 30 (Saturday) at 5 pm, January 31 (Sunday) at 1 pm and February 3 (Wednesday) at 4 pm.

The admission fee is US$8 for members and US$11 for non-members. Encourage customers to buy tickets online

. If there are seats available, tickets can be purchased in the theater 30 minutes before each screening.

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