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Sunday 29, May

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Sunday 29, May

Downton Abbey: A New Era

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PGfor thematic elements, some suggestive material, and language

Men

Men

Rfor disturbing and violent content, graphicnudity, grisly images and language.

Sunday 29, May

Wednesday 1, June

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Wednesday 1, June

Downton Abbey: A New Era

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PGfor thematic elements, some suggestive material, and language

Wednesday 1, June

Men

Men

Rfor disturbing and violent content, graphicnudity, grisly images and language.

Wednesday 1, June

Thursday 2, June

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Thursday 2, June

Downton Abbey: A New Era

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PGfor thematic elements, some suggestive material, and language

Thursday 2, June

Men

Men

Rfor disturbing and violent content, graphicnudity, grisly images and language.

Thursday 2, June

Sunday 5, June

18 1/2

18 1/2

PG-13for some strong violence, language, and suggestive material.

Sunday 5, June

Wednesday 15, June

Terra Femme presented by Courtney Stephens

Terra Femme presented by Courtney Stephens

Wednesday 15, June

Wednesday 22, June

Reversing Roe w/ director Annie Sundberg

Reversing Roe w/ director Annie Sundberg

Wednesday 22, June

18 1/2

18 1/2

PG-13for some strong violence, language, and suggestive material.

In 1974, a White House transcriber is thrust into the Watergate scandal when she obtains the only copy of the infamous 18½ minute gap in Nixon's tapes.

Sunday 5, June

Downton Abbey: A New Era

Downton Abbey: A New Era

PGfor thematic elements, some suggestive material, and language

From award-winning creator, Julian Fellowes comes the motion picture event DOWNTON ABBEY: A NEW ERA. The much-anticipated cinematic return of the global phenomenon reunites the beloved cast as they go on a grand journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the Dowager Countess’ newly inherited villa.

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rfor some violence, sexual material and language.

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, the film is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can't seem to finish her taxes.

Sunday 29, May

Wednesday 1, June

Thursday 2, June

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Men

Men

Rfor disturbing and violent content, graphicnudity, grisly images and language.

In the aftermath of a personal tragedy, Harper (Jessie Buckley) retreats alone to the beautiful English countryside, hoping to have found a place to heal. But someone or something from the surrounding woods appears to be stalking her. What begins as simmering dread becomes a fully-formed nightmare, inhabited by her darkest memories and fears in visionary filmmaker Alex Garland's (Ex Machina, Annihilation) feverish, shape-shifting new horror film.

Sunday 29, May

Wednesday 1, June

Thursday 2, June

Show Future Dates
Reversing Roe w/ director Annie Sundberg

Reversing Roe w/ director Annie Sundberg

CLOSE UP series Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg’s essential documentary delves deep into the history of abortion law, telling a surprising story of political maneuvering and shifting public engagement. Revealing the ways in which women’s bodies have been used to further political and ideological agendas, REVERSING ROE captures the energy of a critical moment. (U.S., 2018, 99m)

Wednesday 22, June

Terra Femme presented by Courtney Stephens

Terra Femme presented by Courtney Stephens

Close Up / IRIS (women + film) presents Courtney Stephens presents Terra Femme This selection of “home travelogues”—amateur films shot by women in the 1920s-40s—were never intended for public consumption. But Courtney Stephens discovered them and realized that the films, by a divorcee on a tour of biblical gardens, or a widow on a chartered cruise to the North Pole, revealed a different world than the one most of us see on screen. Stephens brings these accidental ethnographic films together with performative elements, offering biographical information about the filmmakers, a historical context for the films and a celebration of the power of travel as a form of freedom.

Wednesday 15, June