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Opening today

“Aeon Flux”

“Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang”

“First Descent”

Coming soon

“The Chronicles of Narnia:

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Dec. 9

“Brokeback Mountain,” Dec. 9

“Syriana,” Dec. 9

“King Kong,” Dec. 16

“The Family Stone,” Dec. 16

“Fun With Dick and Jane,” Dec. 21

“Memoirs of a Geisha,” Dec. 23

“Munich,” Dec. 23

“The Producers,” Dec. 25

“Rumor Has It,” Dec. 25

More ‘Mantis’

Spokane filmmaker Josh Staub’s film “The Mantis Parable” continues collecting awards. Its latest coup was to take the Starz People’s Choice Award for Best Short Film at the 28th Starz Denver International Film Festival on Nov. 22. Says Staub, “I was floored. Denver only honors one short-film of the festival with an award, and gives no award specifically for animation.”

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