When: Sat., March 4 2017

Lately, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque has screened some films that mirror the current social and political milieu, and their latest offering couldn’t be more apropos. 1984, an adaptation of George Orwell’s highly acclaimed novel, will screen at 9:35 tonight and at 6:30 tomorrow night. This dystopian film (which was released in 1984) features bold, surrealist visuals and a soundtrack composed by The Eurythmics. The film features the late John Hurt in the lead role and also stars Hollywood great Richard Burton (in what became his last screen appearance). Tickets are $11, $8 for members and patrons 25 and under. (Cook)

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