A brief rundown of what’s happening at the Circle Cinema
OPENING NOVEMBER 3
Goodbye, Christopher Robin
Biopic about writer A.A. Milne and how his son Christopher inspired “The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.” Starring Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie. Rated PG.
The mystery of Vincent Van Gogh’s death is explored in this animated film. Every frame is painted in the style of Van Gogh’s masterpieces. Rated PG-13. (Reception with trivia and prizes, Fri., Nov. 3, 6:15 p.m.)
OPENING NOVEMBER 10
The Florida Project
Kids strive for happiness in the poverty fringes just outside of Disney World. Co-starring Willem Dafoe. From director Sean Baker (“Tangerine”). Rated R.
Murder on the Orient Express
Kenneth Branagh directs and leads an all-star cast in this lavish adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery. Rated PG-13.
A documentary about a Vietnam vet suffering from the effects of Agent Orange who’s reunited with the bomber he piloted through 128 combat missions. (Wed. November 1, 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.)
More Than a Word: Native Spotlight
Documentary exploring the controversy over the NFL’s Washington Redskins mascot name. A live discussion with an all-female Native American panel follows. Pre-show reception at 6 p.m., catered by Cherokee Nation. (Thu. November 2, 7 p.m.)
Times Talks Discussion: M. Butterfly
Free live webcast discussion with Tony-winning director Julie Taymor, actor Clive Owen, and Tony-winning playwright David Henry Hwang about his modern classic “M. Butterfly.” (Mon. November 6, 6 p.m.)
Don Q: Son of Zorro (1925)
Second Saturday Silents screens this action adventure. Douglas Fairbanks stars as Don Cesar, the son of Zorro, who uses a whip rather than a sword when he becomes an outlaw in Spain. Mary Astor co-stars. $5 Adults; $2 children.
(Sat. November 11, 11 a.m.)
Weapons of the Spirit
Documentary by Pierre Sauvage, a Jew born in a French town during WWII. He examines the heroic kindness of locals that saved thousands of lives. Q&A with Sauvage follows. In conjunction with Jewish Federation of Tulsa. (Sat. November 11, 7 p.m.)
Leon Russell Monument Fund & Tribute Event
A screening of Russell’s concert Leon Live, on the one-year anniversary of his death. Q&A with filmmaker Jeffrey Haas follows. Tickets $20 for full 4-hour fundraising event, in cooperation with The Church Studio and Leon Russell Monument Fund. (Mon. November 13, 5 p.m. reception;
7 p.m. film)
Dowry of the Meek
Documentary about Hoa Stone, a polio-stricken orphan from the Vietnam War who, thirty years later, works to help Vietnam’s less fortunate children have a better future. (Tues. November 14, 7 p.m.)
Follies: NT Live
Revival of the Stephen Sondheim classic, produced by the U.K. National Theatre, starring Imelda Staunton. Intro at 5:45 p.m. Adults $18; Seniors $17 (Thu. November 16, 6 p.m.)