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I’m interested in what women do in spaces that are primarily male, in structures that are patriarchal. 

Most religions and religious institutions fall into this category. Priesthood and direct communion with God is generally reserved for men. But then, every so often, a woman, usually a young woman, hears directly from God, or talks to the Virgin Mary, or is overcome by something mysterious and terrifying and beautiful. All of the hierarchies of gender are bypassed. She is possessed by piercing truth and awe. Not all of the saints and mystics here fall into a strict theological definition. Some are poets or artists. But all of them are people. I love that they are people. They are odd and funny and specific — teenage girls who hear God (or want to), women who write journals or poetry, women who struggle with faith, women who died for their beliefs. They inspire me, primarily, to listen. Listening is the most important task of any actor, but also of directors and writers. Because when you grow quiet, there is a chance, however unlikely, that something divine will speak to you and through you.

– Greta Gerwig

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“At fourteen I fell into one of those fits of bottomless despair that come with adolescence, and I seriously thought of dying because of the mediocrity of my natural faculties... I did not mind having no visible successes, but what did grieve me was the idea of being excluded from that transcendent kingdom to which only the truly great have access and wherein truth abides. I preferred to die rather than live without that truth.” 

– Simone Weil (May 15, 1942)

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"What I am asking for is really very ridiculous. Oh Lord, I am saying, at present I am a cheese, make me a mystic, immediately. But then God can do that — make mystics out of cheeses. But why should He do it for an ingrate slothful & dirty creature like me? I can’t even stay in the church to say a Thanksgiving even, and as for preparing for Communion the night before — thoughts all elsewhere. The rosary is mere rote for me while I think of other and usually impious things. But I would like to be a mystic and immediately.”

– Flannery O'Connor (September 25, 1947)

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CURRENT STOCKLIST

ARIZONA
Hark Camelview - Scottsdale
The Loft Cinema - Tuscon

CALIFORNIA
California Cinema - Berkeley
Land Shattuck Cinemas - Berkeley 
Lae Claremont 5 - Claremont 
Arclight Beach Cities - El Segundo 
Arclight Cinema - Hollywood 
University Town Center - Irvine 
The Lot - La Jolla
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles - Los Angeles 
The Broad Museum - Los Angeles 
Family Bookstore - Los Angeles 
Los Feliz Cinemas - Los Angeles 
Pacific Grove Stadium - Los Angeles 
Skylight Books - Los Angeles 
Guild Theater - Menlo Park 
Laemmle Noho - North Hollywood 
Piedmont Cinemas - Oakland
Aquarius Theatre - Palo Alto 
Ace Hotel And Swim Club - Palm Springs 
Arclight Pasadena - Pasadena 
Tower 3 - Sacramento 
Angelika Film Center - San Diego 
Arclight La Jolla - San Diego 
Gym Standard - San Diego 
Hillcrest Cinemas - San Diego 
Alamo Drafthouse - San Francisco 
Embarcadero Center Cinema - San Francisco 
Import - San Francisco 
Kabuki 8 Cinemas - San Francisco 
Rafael Film Center - San Rafael 
Met Paseo Nuevo Theater - Santa Barbara 
Del Mar Theater - Santa Cruz 
Nickelodeon Theaters - Santa Cruz 
Arclight Santa Monica - Santa Monica 
Arclight Galleria - Sherman Oaks 
Deus Ex Machina - Venice 

COLORADO
Chez Artiste 3 - Denver
Esquire Theatre  - Denver  
Denver Film Center/Colfax - Denver 
Mayan Theatre - Denver 
Greenwood Village - Greenwood Village 

D.C.
Atlantic Plumbing Cinema - Washington 
E Street Cinema 8 - Washington 
Maketto - Washington 

FLORIDA
Coral Gables Arts Cinema - Coral Gables  
Enzian Theater - Maitland 
O Cinema Wynwood - Miami 
Tampa Theatre - Tampa  

GEORGIA
Midtown Art 8 - Atlanta 
Tara Cinemas - Atlanta 

IOWA
Fleur Cinema & Cafe - Des Moines

IDAHO
Flicks Movie Theatre - Boise 

ILLINOIS
Ace Hotel Chicago - Chicago

Century Center Cinema 7 - Chicago 
Music Box Theatre - Chicago 
Quimbys Bookstore - Chicago 
Renaissance Place 5 - Highland Park

INDIANA
Keystone Art Cinema 7 - Indianapolis 
Print Text - Indianapolis 

LOUISIANA
Ace Hotel - New Orleans 
The Broad Theatre - New Orleans 
The Stacks Books - New Orleans

MASSACHUSETTS
Amherst Cinema Arts Center - Amherst 
Coolidge Corner Theater 3 - Brookline
Kendall Sq Cinema 9 - Cambridge 
Embassy Cinema 6 - Waltham 

MARYLAND
Annapolis Harbour 9 - Annapolis
Charles Theatre 5 - Baltimore 
Arclight Bethesda - Bethesda 
Bethesda Row Cinema 8 - Bethesda 
Afi Silver Theater Cultural Center - Silver Spring 

MAINE
Nickelodeon Cinema 6 - Portland 

MICHIGAN 
Michigan Theatre - Ann Arbor
State Theatre Exhibition - Ann Arbor 
Main Art Theatre - Royal Oak

MINNESOTA 
Edina 4 Theatres - Edina 
Lagoon Cinema 5 - Minneapolis 
Uptown Theatre - Minneapolis 
Idun - St Paul

MISSOURI 
Plaza Frontenac 6 - Frontenac 
Hi-Pointe Theatre - Saint Louis 
Tivoli Theater 3 - Saint Louis 

NORTH CAROLINA 
Ballantyne Village Theater - Charlotte
Manor Theatre 2 - Charlotte 
Aperture Cinema - Winston-Salem 

NEBRASKA 
Ruth Sokolof Theater/Film Stream - Omaha 

NEW JERSEY 
Clairidge 6 - Montclair 
Red Art Cinema 2 - Red Bank 

NEW MEXICO  
Highridge Theatre 8 - Albuquerque 
Violet Crown 11 Cinema - Santa Fe 

NEW YORK
Spectrum 8 Theatre - Albany
Bronxville Cinemas 3 - Bronxville 
Ado Brooklyn - Brooklyn 
Alamo Drafthouse - Brooklyn 
BAM Rose Cinema - Brooklyn 
Cobble Hill Cinema - Brooklyn 
Nitehawk Cinema - Brooklyn 
Sincerely Tommy - Brooklyn 
Cinemapolis 5 - Ithaca 
Artbook @Moma Ps1 - Long Island City 
Manhasset Theater 3 - Manhasset 
86th Street East 4 - New York 
Ace Hotel - New York 
Angelika Film Center - New York 
Chelsea Cinema 9 - New York 
Creatures of Comfort - New York 
Import - New York
Metrograph - New York 
Office Newsstand - New York  
Printed Matter - New York
Project No.8 - New York
Quimbys Bookstore NYC - New York 
Regular Visitors - New York 
Rizzoli Bookstore - New York 
Serious Business - New York 
Sunshine Theater 5 - New York 
The Wing - New York  
Jacob Burns Film Center - Pleasantville 
Little Theatre 5 - Rochester 
Cinema 100 - White Plains

OHIO 
Dbt Esquire Art 6 - Cincinnati 
Cedar Lee Cinema 6 - Cleveland Heights 
Gateway Film Center - Columbus 
Neon Movies - Dayton 

OKLAHOMA 
Circle Cinema - Tulsa

OREGON 
Cinema 21 - Portland
Living Room Theaters - Portland 
Regal Fox Tower 10 - Portland 
The Hollywood Theatre - Portland  

PENNSYLVANIA 
Bryn Mawr Theater 2 - Bryn Mawr
Ritz 5 Movies - Philadelphia 
Ritz At the Bourse 5 - Philadelphia 
Ritz East 2 - Philadelphia 
Ace Hotel Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh

RHODE ISLAND 
Cable Car Cinema - Providence 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
Terrace Theater 3 - Charleston 

TENNESSEE 
Downtown West 8 - Knoxville 
Belcourt Theater - Nashville 

TEXAS 
South Lamar Theatre 6 - Austin
Violet Crown 4 - Austin 
Angelika Film Center Cafe 8 - Dallas 
Magnolia Theatre 5 - Dallas 
Inwood 3 Theatres - Dallas
Houston Cinema 8 - Houston 
River Oaks Theatre 3 - Houston
Angelika Film Center 5 - Plano 
Santikos Bijou - San Antonio

UTAH 
Broadway Centre Cinemas - Salt Lake City 
Tower Theatre - Salt Lake City 

VIRGINIA
Violet Crown Charlottesville - Charlottesville
Angelika Film Center & Cafe Mosaic 8 - Fairfax

WASHINGTON
Ace Hotel Seattle - Seattle 
Grand Cinema 4 - Tacoma 

WISCONSIN
Madison 6 Cinemas - Madison 
Downer Theatres 2 - Milwaukee 
Oriental Theatre 3 - Milwaukee 


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LONDON, ENGLAND
Ace Hotel London - London