Nominated for over 30 awards - including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor to Philip Seymour Hoffman - "Capote" returns Feb. 3 to the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center.
"Capote" traces author Truman Capote's coverage of the 1959 murders of four members of a farm family in Holcomb, Kan., and his eventual writing of "In Cold Blood," one of the greatest books in modern literature.
Joining "Capote," with Feb. 3 openings at the Ross are "Darwin's Nightmare," and "The Syrian Bride."
"Darwin's Nightmare is a documentary on the devestation caused by introducing Nile Perch into Lake Victoria in Tanzania.
"The Syrian Bride," is a humourous film about an Israeli woman who is engaged to a Syrian man. The marriage will result in the woman being unable ever to return to Israel and outlines the surprises that await her as she gets to the border to start a new life.
Ross show times are vailable online at www.theross.org or by calling 472-5353.