Local indie calendar for December

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Pariah, opening Dec. 23
  • Pariah, opening Dec. 23

*All dates subject to (and likely to) change*

Dec. 2

Into the Abyss (Regal Winter Park)

Desi Boyz (Southchase 7)

I Am Singh (Southchase 7)

[youtube uWlorjdK8cI]

Dec. 7

Art House Project Shorts Program (Enzian)

A Face in the Crowd (Little Fish Huge Pond)

John Carpenter's The Thing (Eden Bar)

Dec. 9

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Regal Winter Park)

[youtube Aco15ScXCwA]

Dec. 14

The Secret in Their Eyes (Little Fish Huge Pond)

The Royal Tenenbaums (Urban Rethink)

Dec. 15

The Man Who Invented Gold, Chicago Loop, She is Away, Bang! (rare shorts in original 16mm) (Urban Rethink)

Macon County Line (Urban Rethink)

Dec. 16

Young Adult (Regal Winter Park)

[youtube Ar_-v7dEEoo]

Dec. 21

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Regal Winter Park)

Santa Claus (1959) (Little Fish Huge Pond)

[youtube 1KBPru-Pu5Q]

Dec. 23

Pariah (Regal Winter Park)

[youtube NwYtHVlQN9c]

Dec. 25

The Artist (Enzian)

[youtube OK7pfLlsUQM]

Dec. 27

Tommy (Enzian)

Dec. 28

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Eden Bar)

200 Cigarettes (Little Fish Huge Pond)

TBD

Young Goethe in Love (Enzian)

Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey (Enzian)

[youtube 8UbxkESLbM0]

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