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Champlain Valley Film Society Winter 2011 Movie Schedule

WILLSBORO - The Champlain Valley Film Society (CVFS) announces six movies for its Winter 2011 schedule. Incoming CVFS president David Reuther said "We are incredibly excited about this season's lineup, which features two new films by Academy Award-winning directors, as well as the Best Documentary from Sundance Film Festival, and the winner of the Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor awards from this year's National Film Board. We are equally excited by two terrific comedies - a modern homage to the classic John Hughes films about appealing high school outsiders, and a brilliant indie comedy that stars some of Hollwood's best actors."

January 8 - EASY A

In this delightful comedy that recalls Hughes's The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles, a clean-cut high school student tries to boost her popularity by telling a little white lie but the school's rumor mill turns her into a modern day version of The Scarlet Letter. "Dazzling" - Wall Street Journal / "A wicked sense of humor" - Washington Post / "Easy A comes close to 100%" - USA Today / "Emma Stone is a star" - Roger Ebert / Rated PG-13

January 22 - RESTREPO

Winner, Best Documentary - Sundance

Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm, spent a year embedded with a platoon in Afghanistan filming a combination of back-breaking work, fear, and the brotherhood that comes with being a soldier at war. "This movie will stir your heart and open your mind" - Wall Street Journal / "Gives our soldiers on the front lines faces and voices" - Los Angeles Times / "Deeply moving" - Rolling Stone / Rated R

February 5 - THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT

This off-beat comedy about a lesbian couple (Annette Bening and Julianne Moore) whose teen-age children become curious about the identity of their birth father (Mark Ruffalo). "Outrageously funny" -New York Times / "Beautifully written, impeccably played, funny and true" - Boston Globe / "Warm, funny, sexy, and smart" - Entertainment Weekly / "Moore and Benning are superb" -Roger Ebert / "A gem" - USA Today / Rated R

Ticket prices are: $5 for adults; $2 for under those under 18.

As always, residents can check the current schedule by visiting the CVFS website at www.cvfilms.org.

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