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April 1

Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont

190 min PG 2005

Joan Plowright plays a widow who travels to London to be closer to her grandson. Fate introduces her to a kindly young man, nding the family she has always wanted.

April 3


United Nations Association Film Festival (**Starts at 1:30pm)

Stink! is a first person story about one father’s journey to find out what kinds of chemicals are hidden in a pair of his kid’s pajamas. It turns out that some products are not safe by design.

April 8

Ladies in Lavender

104 min PG-13 2006

Judi Dench and Maggie Smith play elderly sis- ters who take in a house guest, a young Polish man, washed ashore and badly injured near the Cornwall home they share.

April 10

Egypt: Rediscovering a Lost World

NR 2006

Relive the splendor of ancient Egypt through the eyes of three of its greatest explorers. Through drama c re-enactments, you’ll experience Italian explorer Giovanni Battista Belzoni’s removal of the colossal bust of Ramses II.

April 15

Magic in the Moonlight

97 min PG-13 2014

An arrogant master magician (Colin Firth) goes to France to uncover an allegedly fake medium (Emma Stone). Also starring Eileen Atkins.

April 17

Cinema, Conversation and Coffee

Incredible Journey of the Butterflies

Nowhere in nature is there a more powerful mix of scientifc marvel, awesome beauty and epic struggle for survival than the Monarch butterfly.

In Butterfly Town, USA, we meet a community determined to protect their butterfly sanctuary .

April 22

Shakespeare in Love

113 min R 1999

Romantic Comedy supposes Shakespeare in- spired to write “Romeo and Juliet” by the woman of his dreams. Joseph Fiennes, Gwyneth Paltrow, Judi Dench, Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush.

April 24

The Secret Scripture

108 min PG-13 2017

When psychiatrist William Grene is brought in to evaluate the condi on of “Lady Rose,” the last patient at a soon-to-be-razed mental institution, he’s transfixed by her secret memoir –which untangles the mystery of her 50-year confinement

April 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

124 min PG-13 2012

British retirees searching for a better life in the Indian city of Jaipur, starring Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson and Maggie Smith.


Little House is pleased to announce our partnership with the United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF).  The UNAFF mission is to show documentary films that promote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, emphasizing the complexity of our current moment and exploring possible paths emanating from it into the future.  We will be showcasing the films  on select Wednesday at 1:00pm.

The current movie selection which will be highlighted in blue on the Movie page
. The first presentation will be on October 3  featuring Woman by Woman: New Hope for the Villages in India” by Dorothy Fadiman.  The film documents the stories of women in the least developed areas of rural India as they progress toward personal freedom. +2 additional films  A discussion of the films will follow.



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