Church of Film presents Six et demi onze

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Church of Film is a weekly gathering for the reverence and worship of cinema. Our hope is to bring the long lost, forgotten, overlooked, obscure or unavailable to a hungry audience unable to get their fill from the local theater offerings. And in so doing, in the cozy darkness of our vintage theater, we build a like-minded community of the curious and the cine-obsessed. All are welcome, as are your creative suggestions.

Other locations include Century Bar on Sandy Boulevard and the North Star Ballroom. Check the CofF Facebook page for more information about other screenings.

Church of Film presents Six et demi onze

Showtimes

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Jean Epstein’s independent silent is a hidden treasure, a breathtaking, breathing work of impressionism, with stunning modernist design and cinema’s finest mystical, poetic montage! It's the last day of the Zodiac! 

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SIX AND ONE HALF X ELEVEN
Director: 
Jean Epstein
Country: 
France
Year: 
1927
Runtime: 
84 minutes

Jerome’s brother Jean disappears with a woman, cloistering himself with her in a “Palace of Love.” When Jean comes to a tragic end, a grieving Jerome finds solace himself with a new love. But is it the same woman whose love proved fatal for his brother Jean? The answer may be hidden away, in a piece of paper measuring SIX AND ONE HALF X ELEVEN.

Special Admission

$5-8 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds.