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  • Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is a delightful comedy about a London cleaning woman who, in 1957, travels to Paris to visit the House of Dior in pursuit of the perfect dress. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press says to look for an Oscar Award nomination for Lesley Manville as Mrs. Harris.
  • Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is a delightful comedy about a London cleaning woman who, in 1957, travels to Paris to visit the House of Dior in pursuit of the perfect dress. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press says to look for an Oscar Award nomination for Lesley Manville as Mrs. Harris.
  • The Duke is based on a true story about the theft of a Francisco Goya painting, The Duke of Wellington from The National Gallery in London, England. The film stars Oscar recipients Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren. It’s the last theatrical feature film directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Hyde Park on Hudson, My Cousin Rachel) before his passing.
  • The Duke is based on a true story about the theft of a Francisco Goya painting, The Duke of Wellington from The National Gallery in London, England. The film stars Oscar recipients Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren. It’s the last theatrical feature film directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Hyde Park on Hudson, My Cousin Rachel) before his passing.
  • In The Outfit, Mark Rylance (Oscar recipient, supporting actor, Bridge of Spies, 2015) plays Leonard Burling, an unassuming tailor in Chicago circa 1956 when suddenly, the mob wants some alterations. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press reviews the expertly tailored suspense period crime drama directed by Graham Moore.
  • Laurie Hackett welcomes two great nonprofit leaders to share their organizations’ stories: Bethlehem's own Dan Roebuck from A Channel of Peace and Executive Director Leela Breithaupt from the historic Bach Choir of Bethlehem.
  • In The Outfit, Mark Rylance (Oscar recipient, supporting actor, Bridge of Spies, 2015) plays Leonard Burling, an unassuming tailor in Chicago circa 1956 when suddenly, the mob wants some alterations. Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press reviews the expertly tailored suspense period crime drama directed by Graham Moore.
  • Laurie Hackett welcomes two great nonprofit leaders to share their organizations’ stories: Bethlehem's own Dan Roebuck from A Channel of Peace and Executive Director Leela Breithaupt from the historic Bach Choir of Bethlehem.