ONE NIGHT ONLY, JULY 25: Just in time for your summer vacation, RFC brings you the movie that made you afraid to go in the water. Wash down our Shark Bites $5 food specials with the Chumtini at The Rewind presentation of JAWS. Our friends at Moviesauce want to see your best shark bait pose in the photo booth, and show off your mad skills during trivia with Heliopolis, starting at 8:30 p.m. in RFC's event space (doors open at 8:15). Forget the bigger boat - we just need the bigger theater. The movie starts at 10 p.m. in the Willis-Knighton Theater.



 

OPENS JULY 25
Welcome to Tickle Head, a small fishing village trying to land a big business contract. Only catch: they need a doctor residing in town before the new factory, and new jobs, will move in. So the villagers pull together, under the guidance of the mayor (Brendan Gleeson), to lure in a young, big city doc (Taylor Kitsch). The New York Times calls THE GRAND SEDUCTION "adorable."

ENCORE SCREENINGS JULY 25-26
Call it delayed gratification or a second helping, but we're adding two more days for you to see CHEF. Would you like dessert with that? Now playing, with 5:15 showtimes added July 25-26
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The Portland Oregonian says, "Favreau's a big man who knows how to wield a chef's knife and shoots the food truck scenes with a hectic good nature that's infectious."





OPENS JULY 25: Roger Ebert is one of the most influential critics in the history of film, but this documentary touches on much more than his love of cinema. It reveals his love of life. For those who have read Ebert's memoir LIFE ITSELF, join your fellow bibliophiles and movie buffs at the BOOK LOVERS' SUPPER CLUB at 6 p.m. July 31. Jefferson Hendricks, Centenary professor of English and film studies, will be RFC's co-host during the book discussion and dinner. A founder of RFC, Hendricks is a lifelong cinephile and film historian who will discuss the legacy and fun of Ebert's work. Fun fact: Jefferson spent his grad school days at Ebert's old stomping grounds at the University of Illinois and even lived in the same apartment building as Ebert's mom.




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We've got killer fish, and we're not talking about JAWS. Fish & chips. Pan-seared salmon. Shrimp remoulade. Fish tacos. Shrimp tacos. Stuffed snapper. Shrimp scampi. Seafood gumbo.

Go fish at Abby Singer's Bistro this weekend. Dine in with your catch of the day, or take your meal and drinks to the theater for your movie.

Call for reservations, 318.459.4125.







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