Found in the heart of Mockingbird Station is a destination dedicated to bringing specialty films to Dallas.
We're talking about the Angelika Film Center and it features eight screens along with stadium seating and digital sound.
It's popular among the city's moviegoers, and films premiering over the next few weeks include:
It's 1913 Budapest, and Irisz Leiter arrives with the hopes of working as a milliner at the renowned hat store once owned by her late parents. Only she is turned away by the new owner. Refusing to leave the city, Irisz decides to follow Kalman's Leiter's tracks as they're the only link to her lost past. Her quest leads her into the turmoil of a civilization about to crumble.
Based on a Victorian novel, Barry Lyndon tells the tale of an ambitious, intelligent man who is trapped in a society that has no use for him. Despite the obstacles, Raymond Barry manages to become the ill-respected Barry Lyndon. This film features rural panoramas and eighteenth century houses to make this time period come to life.
The White Crow tells the true story of a dancer who changed the world of ballet forever. It follows Rudolf Nureyev from his poverty-stricken upbringing in the city of Ufa to his blossoming life as a dancer in Leningrad. Unbeknownst to him, KGB agents are watching his every move. When they become suspicious of Rudolf's friendship with Parisienne Clara Saint, they confront with a shocking demand. His decision could alter his life and place his family in grave danger.
Angelika Film Center, is one of the many movie theaters near Mosaic Dallas. If you're searching for a place to live, please contact our leasing office. We'd love for you to see firsthand all we have to offer.
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