This Week At The Cinema: Wall Street Drama, Love On The Rocks, and David Hockney

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It's officially awards season, which means there's plenty of good stuff at the movie theaters this week, such as Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; The Shape Of Water; The Disaster Artist; and Phantom Thread, which I will be reviewing in this week's Flyer. But dig down in the schedule and you'll find some remarkable gems.
Wilderness
  • Wilderness
Indie Memphis' newly expanded weekly film series presents two encore screenings from the festival. The first, screening on Tuesday at Studio On The Square, is The Price, a drama about a Nigerian immigrant who scores a job on Wall Street that turns out to be a mixed blessing.

The second is Wilderness, a love story about racism, jealousy, and jazz, directed by frequent Indie Memphis juror Justin Doherty. 

Then, at 1 PM on Sunday at the Paradiso, Exhibitions on Screen presents David Hockney At The Royal Academy Of Arts, a documentary following the renown British artist as he prepares for two blockbuster art exhibitions in London.


See you at the movies!

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