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Saturday 24, February

Anatomy Of A Fall

Anatomy Of A Fall

R

Saturday 24, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Saturday 24, February

The Sweet East

The Sweet East

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

Sunday 25, February

The Sweet East

The Sweet East

Sunday 25, February

The Boy and the Heron

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13

Sunday 25, February

Monday 26, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Monday 26, February

Anatomy Of A Fall

Anatomy Of A Fall

R

Monday 26, February

Tuesday 27, February

The Boy and the Heron

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13

Tuesday 27, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Tuesday 27, February

Wednesday 28, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Wednesday 28, February

Anatomy Of A Fall

Anatomy Of A Fall

R

Wednesday 28, February

Thursday 29, February

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Thursday 29, February

Friday 1, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Friday 1, March

The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Friday 1, March

Saturday 2, March

The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Saturday 2, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Saturday 2, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Saturday 2, March

Sunday 3, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Sunday 3, March

The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Sunday 3, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

Sunday 3, March

Monday 4, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Monday 4, March

The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Monday 4, March

Tuesday 5, March

The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Tuesday 5, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Tuesday 5, March

Wednesday 6, March

Robot Dreams

Robot Dreams

Wednesday 6, March

Thursday 7, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Thursday 7, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Thursday 7, March

Friday 8, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Friday 8, March

Poor Things

Poor Things

R

Friday 8, March

Saturday 9, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

Saturday 9, March

Poor Things

Poor Things

R

Saturday 9, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Saturday 9, March

Sunday 10, March

Poor Things

Poor Things

R

Sunday 10, March

96th Academy Awards

96th Academy Awards

Sunday 10, March

Friday 15, March

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Friday 15, March

Saturday 16, March

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Saturday 16, March

Sunday 17, March

Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Sunday 17, March

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

For the 19th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films, opening on Feb. 16th. With all three categories offered – Animated, Live Action and Documentary – this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. The Academy Awards take place Sunday, March 10th. Animated Program: "Our Uniform" – Yegane Moghaddam, 7 min., Iran (in Farsi) "Letter to a Pig" – Tal Kantor and Amit R. Gicelter, 17 min., France/Israel (in Hebrew) "Pachyderm" – Stéphanie Clément and Marc Rius, 11 min., USA (in English) "Ninety-Five Senses" – Jerusha Hess and Jared Hess, 13 min., USA (in English) "War is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko" – Dave Mullins and Brad Booker, 11 min., USA ADDITIONAL FILMS TO BE INCLUDED: "I’m Hip" – John Musker, 4 min., USA "Wild Summons" – Karni Arieli and Saul Freed, 14 min., UK (in English, narrated by Marianne Faithfull) Total Runtime: 80 min Approx Rating: Not for children under 13, verging on R. Topics include the Holocaust, inferred child sexual abuse, and violent battle scenes.

Monday 26, February

Wednesday 28, February

Friday 1, March

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Thursday 7, March

Friday 8, March

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2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

For the 19th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films, opening on Feb. 16th. With all three categories offered – Animated, Live Action and Documentary – this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. The Academy Awards take place Sunday, March 10th. Documentary Program: "Island In Between" – S. Leo Chiang and Jean Tsien, 20 min., Taiwan (in English/Mandarin) "Nǎi Nai and Wài Pó" – Sean Wang and Sam Davis, 17 min., USA (in Mandarin) "The ABC’s of Book Banning" – Sheila Nevins and Trish Adlesic, 27 min., USA (in English) "The Last Repair Shop" – Ben Proudfoot and Kris Bowers, 39 min., USA (in English) "The Barber of Little Rock" – John Hoffman and Christine Turner, 35 min., USA (in English) Total runtime: 140min Approx. Rating: Rated PG/PG-13. Topics include aging, friendship, economic inequality, Taiwanese independence, and book bans.

Sunday 25, February

Sunday 3, March

Saturday 9, March

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2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2024 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

For the 19th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films, opening on Feb. 16th. With all three categories offered – Animated, Live Action and Documentary – this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. The Academy Awards take place Sunday, March 10th. Live Action Program: "The After" – Misan Harriman and Nicky Bentham, 18 min., UK (in English) "Red, White and Blue" – Nazrin Choudhury and Sara McFarlane, 23 min., USA (in English) "Knight of Fortune" – Lasse Lyskjær Noer and Christian Norlyk, 25 min., Denmark (in Swedish/Danish) "Invincible" – Vincent René-Lortie and Samuel Caron, 29 min., Canada (in French) "The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar" – Wes Anderson and Steven Rales, 37 min., US/UK (in English) Total runtime: 134min Approx. Rating: Rated R. Topics include murder, abortion, sexual abuse, and suicide.

Saturday 24, February

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Saturday 2, March

Thursday 7, March

Saturday 9, March

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96th Academy Awards

96th Academy Awards

Grab your tickets now to join us for the big night in our theater. We're rolling out the red carpet! Dress to impress, enter our awards prediction contest, and enjoy specialty cocktails through the evening. Red Carpet coverage at 6:30pm · Awards at 7pm Bar seating is free and first-come, first-served. No tickets are required. Theater seating—$25/ticket for guaranteed theater seating with table service throughout the show and a complimentary glass of prosecco.

Sunday 10, March

Anatomy Of A Fall

Anatomy Of A Fall

R

For the past year, Sandra, her husband Samuel, and their eleven-year-old son Daniel have lived a secluded life in a remote town in the French Alps. When Samuel is found dead in the snow below their chalet, the police question whether he was murdered or committed suicide. Samuel's suspicious death is presumed murder, and Sandra becomes the main suspect. What follows is not just an investigation into the circumstances of Samuel's death but an unsettling psychological journey into the depths of Sandra and Samuel's conflicted relationship. Winner—Palme d'Or at Cannes 2024 Academy Awards Nominee—Best Picture, Director, Lead Actress, Original Screenplay, and Editing 2024 BAFTA Award Winner—Best Original Screenplay 2024 Golden Globe Awards Winner—Best Non-English Language Picture, and Best Screenplay 2024 Film Independent Spirit Awards Nomination—Best International Film "Triet’s breathtakingly intelligent and subtly perverse masterpiece takes the long way through the cold and the snow to address, in nuanced but never ambiguous terms, the ineffable and irreducible mystery at the heart of deep relationships."—The Playlist "[A] gripping, sharply intelligent psychological drama, which collects itself in fizzing arcs of strange electricity around a brilliant, edgy but elusive Sandra Hüller....In vivid, clean lines, Anatomy of a Fall navigates [a] moral morass and exposes the absurdity of trying to pluck from it a simplistic, binary verdict."—Jessica Kiang, Sight & Sound

Saturday 24, February

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Perfect Days

Perfect Days

PG

Hirayama is content with his life as a toilet cleaner in Tokyo. Outside of his structured routine he cherishes music on cassette tapes, books, and taking photos of trees. Through unexpected encounters, he reflects on finding beauty in the world. Winner—Best Actor at Cannes 2024 Academy Awards Nomination—Best International Feature "Perfect Days is like nothing Wim Wenders has ever done before, but he’s also been trying to make this movie his whole life."—NYMag "This small, unassuming tale turns into the kind of earthshaking character study that reminds us why we go to the movies in the first place."—Rolling Stone In Japanese with English subtitles.

Friday 15, March

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Poor Things

Poor Things

R

From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Under Baxter’s protection, Bella is eager to learn. Hungry for the worldliness she is lacking, Bella runs off with Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo), a slick and debauched lawyer, on a whirlwind adventure across the continents. Free from the prejudices of her times, Bella grows steadfast in her purpose to stand for equality and liberation. Winner—Golden Lion at Venice 2024 Academy Awards Nomination—Best Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Original Score, Makeup & Hairstyling, Production Design, Costume Design 2024 BAFTA Awards Winner—Best Actress, Costume Design, Makeup & Hair, Production Design, and Special Visual Effects 2024 Golden Globes Awards Winner—Best Picture, and Best Actress "A splendidly deranged science-fiction-horror-comedy-fantasia...one of the more extraordinary performances of [Stone's] career and certainly the most audacious...it may be the first Lanthimos movie in which this unsparing filmmaker doesn’t just slice his characters open but actually likes what he sees."—Justin Chang, L.A. Times "A tour de force performance from Stone, gamely matched by Ruffalo, and complimented by the dreamy, madcap world Lanthimos and his talented collaborators have created."—Little White Lies "Everything in it—every frame, every image, every joke, every performance—gets a gasp of excitement."—The Guardian Open captioned screenings: Sunday 3/10 at 3:30pm.

Friday 8, March

Saturday 9, March

Sunday 10, March

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Robot Dreams

Robot Dreams

One night preview screening! Dog lives in Manhattan and he’s tired of being alone. One day he decides to build himself a robot, a companion. Their friendship blossoms, until they become inseparable, to the rhythm of 80’s NYC. One summer night, DOG, with great sadness, is forced to abandon ROBOT at the beach. Will they ever meet again? 2024 Academy Awards Nomination—Best Animated Feature Winner—Audience Award at SITGES "Pitch-perfect artistry...With its soulful tin heart, Robot Dreams moves us to appreciate the fortune of having a precious pal. Whether for a season or a lifetime."—Carlos Aguilar, IndieWire Critic's Pick "Berger’s film delights in the kind of eccentric, incidental sights and sounds from which dreams—human, animal or android—can spring."—Variety

Wednesday 6, March

The Boy and the Heron

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13

After losing his mother during the war, young Mahito moves to his family’s estate in the countryside. There, a series of mysterious events lead him to a secluded and ancient tower, home to a mischievous gray heron. When Mahito’s new stepmother disappears, he follows the gray heron into the tower, and enters a fantastic world shared by the living and the dead. As he embarks on an epic journey with the heron as his guide, Mahito must uncover the secrets of this world, and the truth about himself. 2024 Academy Award Nominee—Best Animated Picture 2024 BAFTA Award Winner—Best Animated Film 2024 Golden Globes Award Winner—Best Animated Picture "Magical, beautiful and uneasy...with Miyazaki, the draw is subliminal, tapping an unsettling emotional well that seals over as we age."—NYTimes Critic's Pick In Japanese with English subtitles.

Sunday 25, February

Tuesday 27, February

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The Sweet East

The Sweet East

The mental, social and political disarray of the United States, filmed like a game of hopscotch or a variation on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. High school student Lillian runs away while on a school trip and traverses the spectrum of contemporary radicalism and madness, from white supremacists to Islamic radicals, from neo-punks to woke avant-gardists. At every leg of her journey, she comes into contact with hermetic worlds, whose citizens rant and rave to each other, blissfully ignorant of their neighbors. A story at the crossroads of a traditional fairytale, a picaresque narrative, and 1970s New Hollywood. "A shape-shifting satire about modern American subcultures."—NYTimes "Seeks to indict the spiritually befucked culture of a dysfunctional America with a provocateur’s spirit fronting shaky, contrarian political convictions."—Little White Lies

Saturday 24, February

Sunday 25, February

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The Taste of Things

The Taste of Things

PG-13

Set in France in 1889, the film follows the life of Dodin Bouffant (Benoît Magimel) as a chef living with his personal cook and lover Eugénie (Juliette Binoche). They share a long history of gastronomy and love but Eugénie refuses to marry Dodin, so the food lover decides to do something he has never done before: cook for her. Winner—Best Director at Cannes "One doesn't even notice the length of the scene, because what is happening is so soothing and pleasurable. The history of "food movies" is a long one, but there's never been food as delicious looking as the meals created by Dodin and Eugénie."—Sheila O'Malley, RogerEbert.com "[An] exquisite picture...borders on the radical."—Bilge Ebiri, NYMag "In a phenomenological way, The Taste of Things captures the joy of variety injected into mere existence...the rich range of taste we have created in our daily meals says something about human longings not easily put into words."—NYTimes Critic's Pick In French with English subtitles.

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