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Nominated for 3 Academy Awards, including Best Actress in a Leading Role.

The great Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín (No) has created this fascinating, mesmerizing work that swirls—visually, aurally, and psychically—around Jackie Kennedy in the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination. This incredible feat of filmmaking is bold and unconventional at every turn, from the fabulously controlled performance by Natalie Portman at its core to its screenplay, which ruminates on history and legacy, to its haunting musical score. Certain to generate intense conversation, it’s a film that sticks with an audience well past the final credits.


Tickets: $8 (members), $13 (nonmembers)


Q&A screenwriter Noah Oppenheim with JBFC Board President Janet Maslin
Wednesday, Dec. 7 2016, 7:45
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In addition to writing screenplays and co-authoring best-selling books, Noah Oppenheim is currently Senior Vice President of NBC News and Executive-in-Charge of the Today show. He co-wrote The Maze Runner, a franchise that has grossed $600+ million to date. An Emmy winner, he co-created Mad Money with Jim Cramer, covered three presidential elections, and has reported from Iraq, Israel, Gaza, the West Bank and Libya.

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