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This Week from Artsline

Friday, October 31st

3:00pm
Belgium, 2011, 87 min, NR – A winner at Cannes, this film follows Cyril, an orphan who longs to be reunited with his father & cannot accept his circumstances.
6:00pm
Family friendly fun, games, and a film hosted by Victoria Price, daughter of screen legend Vincent Price.
3:00pm
Belgium, 2011, 87 min, NR – A winner at Cannes, this film follows Cyril, an orphan who longs to be reunited with his father & cannot accept his circumstances.
8:00pm
Participate in a dramatization of a Victorian séance that provides a fun and spooky experience while exploring how individuals coped with death after the War.