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Friday, August 15 through Thursday, August 21

Edge of Tomorrow

Rated PG-13 * running time 1:53

Starring Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt & Bill Paxton

Screenings Friday through Wednesday, 7 & 9:05 pm.

An untested army officer finds himself thrown time after time into brutal combat against an alien race bent on conquering the Earth in this fast paced, entertaining, time altering sci-fi thriller. The film, a very underrated summer blockbuster at the box office, features great performances by Cruise and company and has a clever tale to tell.


Friday, August 15 through Thursday, August 21

Earth to Echo

Rated PG * running time 1:31

Starring Teo Halm, Astro & Reese Hartwig

Matinee screenings Friday through Wednesday, 4 pm.

An alien from another galaxy who finds himself stranded on planet Earth must depend on a group of youngsters for protection andhelp in returning to his home world in this family sci-fi adventure.


Friday, August 15 through Thursday, August 21

Maleficent

Rated PG * running time 1:40

Starring Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning & Sharlto Copley

Matinee screenings Friday through Wednesday, 1 pm.

A vengeful fairy places a curse on the daughter of the king who betrayed her, and inadvertently sets in motion events that will seal her own fate in this blockbuster summer fantasy from Walt Disney Pictures.



Friday, August 22 through Thursday, August 28

TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION 

Rated PG * running time 2:45

Starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer & Optimus Prime

Screenings Friday through Thursday, 7 pm;

matinee screenings Friday through Monday, 1 pm.

When the government decides that autobots are a threat to humanity, a secret CIA unit is empowered to hunt down and destroy them. Aided by a bounty hunter from another world with a nefarious agenda of his own, they set out to accomplish this mission in this megahit summer blockbuster.

  

ALSO AT EDMOND TOWN HALL:


Sunday Cinema Series: Goodbye, Mr Chips

Sunday, August 31, 1, 4 & 7 pm: $2, screening of 1939 feature starring Robert Donat and Greer Garson will continue Newtown Cultural Arts Commission's celebration of films released during "The Greatest Year of Film History."

Read more here: "A Teacher Transformed, Next In Sunday Cinema Series" (http://www.newtownbee.com/news/enjoy/2014/08/11/teacher-transformed-next...)

 

Live At Edmond Town Hall: Mark Kozelek

Saturday, September 20, 7:30 pm: $25, proceeds to benefit continued upgrades of historic Main Street buildling; 203-216-8207, www.EdmondTownHall.org.


Cellist David Finckel & Pianist Wu Han

Sunday, September 28, 3 pm: $25, opening concert for Newtown Friends of Music's 37th season to include works of Richard Strauss, Messiaen, Albeniz, et al, informal reception with performers to follow; 203-426-6470, www.NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


The Johannes String Quartet

Sunday, October 26, 3 pm: $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Mendelssohn, Brahms and Beethoven, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


Violinist Alexi Kenney & Pianist Yannick Rafalimanana

Sunday, Novenmber 23, 3 pm: $25, free for for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Bach, Janacek, Schumann, et al, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


The Fauré Quartett

Sunday, February 22, 3 pm: $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Mahler, Fauré and Brahms, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


Henschel String Quartet

Sunday, March 15, 3 pm: $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Theofanidis, Schubert, Janacek and Beethoven, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


Dorian Wind Quintet with guest pianist Spencer Myer

Sunday, April 12, 3 pm: $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Bach, Hoiby, Perle and Poulenc, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.