"...And the Winners Are..." presents: 3 Days in Quiberon
In 1981, legendary German-French actress Romy Schneider meets two Stern magazine reporters in Quiberon, a small village on the coast of Brittany. Despite her previous negative encounters with the German press, Schneider opens up and bares her soul – to a breaking point. Thursday, December 6, 5:30 pm, Portland Museum of Art.
"...And the Winners Are..." presents: Manifesto
From acclaimed visual artist Julian Rosefeldt, “Manifesto” features two-time Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett in twelve distinct, must-see vignettes that incorporate timeless manifestos from 20th century art movements. Thursday, December 20, 5:30 pm, Portland Museum of Art.
"...And the Winners Are..." presents: The Silent Revolution
A captivating Cold War-era drama, set in 1956 East Germany, this film is based on true events. In a well-meaning act of solidarity with the Hungarian Uprising, two teenage boys stage a silent protest in their East German classroom. Little did they know, what will happen next. Thursday, January 17, 5.30 pm, Portland Museum of Art.
"...And the Winners Are..." presents: In the Aisles
Shy Christian takes on a job at a German superstore. He is taken under the wing of Bruno from the beverages department, who teaches him how to operate a forklift and shows him the ropes. But it's the relationship he develops with the kind Marion from sweets that truly makes his heart sing. What follows is a richly empathetic and gentle human drama. Thursday, February 21, 5:30 pm, Portland Museum of Art.
"...And the Winners Are..." presents: A Mountain Miracle
After an asthma attack nearly kills her, Amelie is sent to a clinic in the mountains to get well. Though her prognosis is serious, the last thing stubborn Amelie wants is to be seen as weak, so she largely ignores her symptoms and refuses to participate in the program and finally runs away. Thursday, February 28, 5:30 pm, Portland Museum of Art.
Renovation Updates — Follow Us
Last month we finished some major projects at #GI170B: We lifted the ceilings in the basement and framed in the walls for future classrooms, fixed the cable chaos and installed new electrical panels, brought in shiny, copper pipes for the building’s systems (check out our “learning wall” showing off all systems running through the house), and started on heating and AC duct work. All in all, we’re happy with the progress and so excited for fall.