“Women Talking” - (PG-13; 1 hour, 44 minutes) - Oscar winner: Best Adapted Screenplay - Do nothing. Stay and fight. Or leave. In 2010, the women of an isolated religious community grapple with reconciling a brutal reality with their faith. Oscar Nominee for Best Motion Picture of the Year. This PG-13 rated film contains graphic scenes of sexual assault, bloody images, some strong language, and mature thematic content. Final show times Thursday, March 16 at 2 and 7 p.m.
“Emily” - (R; 2 hours, 10 minutes) – “Emily” imagines Emily Brontë’s own Gothic story that inspired her seminal novel, “Wuthering Heights.” Haunted by the death of her mother, Emily struggles within the confines of her family life and yearns for artistic and personal freedom, and so begins a journey to channel her creative potential into one of the greatest novels of all time. Playing Friday, March 17 at 2 and 7 p.m., Saturday, March 18 at 7 p.m., Sunday, March 19 at 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 22 at 2 and 7 p.m. and Thursday, March 23 at 2 p.m.
“Lohengrin” - The Met Live in HD - (4 hours, 54 minutes with 2 intermissions) - Wagner’s soaring masterpiece makes its triumphant return to the Met stage after 17 years. Director François Girard unveils an atmospheric staging that once again weds his striking visual style and keen dramatic insight to Wagner’s breathtaking music, with music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium. A supreme cast led by tenor Piotr Beczała in the title role of the mysterious swan knight and soprano Tamara Wilson as the virtuous duchess Elsa, falsely accused of murder. Playing Saturday, March 18 at Noon (please note the early start time). Tickets: $25 adult, $23 member, $5 youth 18 and under.
“Mary Cassatt: Painting the Modern Woman” - (1 hour, 33 minutes) - Exhibition on Screen - Mary Cassatt made a career painting the lives of the women around her. Her radical images showed them as intellectual, feminine, and real, which was a major shift in the way women appeared in art. Presenting her astonishing prints, pastels and paintings, this film introduces us to the often- overlooked impressionist whose own career was as full of contradiction as the women she painted. She was a classically trained artist but chose to join a group of Parisian radicals – the Impressionists – a movement that transformed the language of art. The world’s most eminent Cassatt curators and scholars help tell this riveting tale of great social and cultural change; a time when women were fighting for their rights and the language of art was completely re-written. Playing Thursday, March 23 at 7 p.m. and Friday, March 24 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $15 adult, $13 member, and $5 youth 18 and under.
Coming soon: “80 for Brady” - March 24; 2023 Wild and Scenic Film Festival -March 27 (a Coastal Rivers presentation).
Tickets are available at the door beginning 30 minutes before showtime or in advance through the online box office: www.LincolnTheater.net. Movie tickets are $9 adult, $6 members and youth 18 and under. Event ticket prices vary. Information on the theater’s Covid protocols on the website. The Lincoln Theater is located at 2 Theater St., downtown Damariscotta. Curtain going up!
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