out-lived and out-smoked all of his contemporaries, the fiercely
finds himself at the precipice of life, thrust into a journey of
self-exploration, leading towards that which is so often unattainable:
enlightenment. Acclaimed character actor John Carroll Lynch’s
Lucky, is at once a
love letter to the life and career of Harry
Stanton as well as a
meditation on mortality, loneliness,
didn't expect much more than indie-film quirk when I read the
this film, but emotionally it destroyed me.”
- Matt Zoller Seitz
"No one who
cares about movies and those rare actors who can elevate them into
unforgettable would dream of missing this scrappy, loving tribute to a
- Rolling Stone
Showtime: 5 p.m.
2017, 88 Min.
Director: John Carroll
like the perfect antidote to our hectic lives: less stress, better
concentration, increased productivity. No wonder mindfulness meditation
become an attractive addition to the boardroom agenda for global giants
Google and SAP. Backed up by science, corporate organizations are
turning to mindfulness to help develop their business model.
Revolution takes a
critical look behind the façade
of this global
corporate phenomenon to reveal a series of burning ethical issues about
of our economic system. Is mindfulness a way for businesses to simply
their profits and productivity? Or does this revolution offer an
change the way our businesses operate, creating a more equal and fair
Who I Was
world turns upside down when the monastery where he belongs expels him.
Although he is recognized as a “Living Buddha” in
the only thing that
holds him together is the unfaltering love of his teacher.
from his community lead the young Rinpoche to rebellion as he enters
adolescence. After having waited years in vain for his disciples from
the soon-to-be teenage Rinpoche and his aging teacher embark on an epic
towards Tibet, in search on an answer.
Showtime: 8 p.m.
2017, 95 Min.
Directors: Moon Chang-Yong
& Jeon Jin