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The 15:17 to Paris is a film based on real facts that occurred in 2015 aboard a passenger train on its way to Paris. A terrorist had boarded the train, with the intent of mass murder of hundreds of passengers.
A biologist’s husband disappears. She puts her name forward for an expedition into an environmental disaster zone, but does not find what she’s expecting. The expedition team is made up of the biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and a linguist.
Matthew Bourne’s “Cinderella” is coming to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Monday, Feb. 19 at 4 p.m., presented by the Sedona International Film Festival.
Daniel Day-Lewis has announced he is retiring from motion pictures. Once again, as he gives us his valediction in this film, we see why he has been so renowned on screen.
A couple going through a divorce must team up to find their son who has disappeared during one of their bitter arguments.
The Sedona International Film Festival will present a one-night only special premiere of the award-winning new documentary “The Final Year” on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. The film debuts in honor of Black History Month.
The Sedona International Film Festival will present the Northern Arizona premieres of The 2018 Oscar Nominated Shorts Programs Feb. 9-14 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Sedona International Film Festival presents the BroadwayHD series — featuring Broadway plays and musicals in high definition on the big screen — with the Tony Award-winning “Indecent”.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents Ballet in Cinema on Monday, Feb. 12 when it hosts the big screen encore of “The Lady of the Camellias” from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow.
New movies coming to theaters Feb. 9, 2018
The 1994 incident that involved the attack on skater Nancy Kerrigan is well known to most people who were around at that time.
Sedona International Film Festival presents the Exhibition on Screen series with “David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts.”
New movies coming to theaters Feb. 2, 2018
Molly’s Game is a movie based on the true story of a woman who was a substantial person, with outstanding accomplishments and some heroic deeds.
The Post tells a story that is well known, but it never feels slow or dull. That’s because it is an exciting real story and because of the quality of the film.
The story of teenager Richard Wershe Jr., who became an undercover informant for the FBI during the 1980s and was ultimately arrested for drug-trafficking and sentenced to life in prison.
The Sedona International Film Festival WILL present a one-night only special premiere of the award-winning new music documentary “Two Trains Runnin’” on Monday, Jan. 29 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Darkest Hour is a depiction of a few weeks that changed — saved— the free world.
The Shape of Water is a fantasy film with toned-down unreal images so we do not see swarms of CGI things crashing and smashing each other for two hours.
Oscar-nominee, Emmy-award winner Jane Alexander receives 2018 Sedona International Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award
Four-time Academy Award nominee and multiple Emmy Award-winner Jane Alexander will receive the Sedona International Film Festival’s 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award during the upcoming 24th annual festival, Feb. 24-March 4.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud present a one-night only special premiere of the award-winning new documentary “Kangaroo” on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of the critically-acclaimed new epic film “1945” showing Jan. 19-24 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Music, celebrity, scandal and corruption are all part of the fun as the Mary D. Fisher Theatre is transformed into a 1920’s jazz club and speakeasy for a special encore of the Academy Award-winning big-screen musical “Chicago”.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud present a one-night only special premiere of the award-winning new documentary “The Departure” on Thursday, Jan. 18 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Ittetsu Nemoto, a former punk-turned-Buddhist-priest in Japan, has made a career out of helping suicidal people find reasons to live.