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Next Week's Showtimes

Friday, June 15th 1:00 Boom for Real 6:30 In Between (Bar Bahar) 8:30 Boom for Real

Saturday, June 16th 2:30 In Between (Bar Bahar) 4:30 Boom for Real 6:30 In Between (Bar Bahar) 8:30 Boom for Real

Sunday, June 17th 2:30 In Between (Bar Bahar) 4:15 Boom for Real

Monday, June 18th 3:30 Boom for Real 6:30 In Between (Bar Bahar)

Tuesday, June 19th 3:30 In Between (Bar Bahar) 6:30 Boom for Real

Wednesday, June 20th 3:00 Boom for Real 6:00 Fantastic Mr. Fox

Thursday, June 21st 3:00 In Between (Bar Bahar) 6:30 Boom for Real


Upcoming Films


Opens June 15th

In Between (Bar Bahar)

Israeli-French film directed by Maysaloun Hamoud, In Between (Bar Bahar) follows three Palestinian women living in an apartment in Tel Aviv try to find a balance between traditional and modern culture.

“Hamoud's entirely live-action picture shows a society that allows women more freedom, but which only makes the pitfalls and hypocrisies stand out more.” - SF Weekly

“Although "In Between" depicts a nation in crisis, it's a crisis that's viewed through the intimate lens of family dinners, where generations struggle over conflicting values.” - Washington Post

Not Rated, 96 mins.

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Opens June 15th

Boom For Real

A look at Jean-Michel Basquiat's life pre-fame, and how New York City, the times, the people and the movements around him formed the artist he became, BOOM FOR REAL weaves the story of Jean-Michel and the city with never before seen works, writings and photographs. Director Sara Driver worked closely and collaboratively with her friends and other artists who emerged from that scene: Nan Goldin, Jim Jarmusch, James Nares, Fab Five Freddy, Lee Quinones, Luc Sante and many others. As they participated in the film with their thoughts, period film footage, music, images, and anecdotes of their young friend, they helped visually tell the story of Jean-Michel's downtown NYC --pre Aids, President Reagan, the real estate and art boom, and before anyone was motivated by money and ambition. The definition of fame, success and power were very different than today -- to be a penniless but published poet was the height of success, until everything changed in the early 1980's. This is New York City's story before that change.

“What's admirable about the film is how Driver gives the cross-pollinating forces of music, media, fashion and art such concise, firsthand exploration.” - Globe and Mail

Not Rated, 78 mins

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Open June 22nd

Mary Shelley

MARY SHELLEY tells the story of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (Elle Fanning) - author of one of the world's most famous Gothic novels 'Frankenstein' - and her fiery, tempestuous relationship with renowned romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (Douglas Booth.) The pair are two outsiders constrained by polite society but bound together by a natural chemistry and progressive ideas that are beyond the boundaries of their age and time. Mary and Percy declare their love for each other and much to her family's horror they run away together, joined by Mary's half-sister Claire (Bel Powley.) In the midst of growing tension within their relationship during their stay at Lord Byron's (Tom Sturridge) house at Lake Geneva, the idea of Frankenstein is conceived when a challenge is put to all houseguests to write a ghost story. An incredible character is created, which will loom large in popular culture for centuries to come, but society at the time puts little value in female authors. At the tender age of 18, Mary is forced to challenge these preconceptions, to protect her work and to forge her own identity…

“The costumes and cinematography make the movie visually romantic, and hopefully the movie will cause more people to seek out Mary Shelley's work.” - Bust Magazine

Rated PG-13, 121 mins


Opens June 22nd


Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr fled an oppressive marriage to create a name for herself as one of Hollywood's top leading ladies in the 1940s. Behind the glamour and sex appeal, though, was a talented and inquisitive inventor who created a radio system that is now considered the basis of Bluetooth technology.

"The movie reveals and demonstrates over and over that Lamarr was a fascinating and brilliant person, a true eccentric with considerable will and personal courage." - San Francisco Chronicle

"A Google animator puts the mystery of Hedy Lamarr best: 'She's a perfect underdog, crime-fighter-by-night story.' Here she is, unmasked at last." - Time Out


Not Rated, 90 mins

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Opens June 29th

First Reformed

Reverend Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) is a solitary, middle-aged parish pastor at a small Dutch Reform church in upstate New York on the cusp of celebrating its 250th anniversary. Once a stop on the Underground Railroad, the church is now a tourist attraction catering to a dwindling congregation, eclipsed by its nearby parent church, Abundant Life, with its state-of-the-art facilities and 5,000-strong flock. When a pregnant parishioner (Amanda Seyfried) asks Reverend Toller to counsel her husband, a radical environmentalist, the clergyman finds himself plunged into his own tormented past, and equally despairing future, until he finds redemption in an act of grandiose violence. From writer-director Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver; American Gigolo; Affliction) comes a gripping thriller about a crisis of faith that is at once personal, political, and planetary.

"The latest film from pugnacious director/writer Paul Schrader is as austere and revelatory as a church confessional...It's a bleak portrait of a man in the midst of a spiritual breakdown that is only slightly undone by its rather unsatisfying conclusion." - Houston Chronicle 


Rated R, 108 mins.


Opens July 13th


Samuel Alabaster (Robert Pattinson), an affluent pioneer, ventures across the American Frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope (Mia Wasikowska). As Samuel traverses the Wild West with a drunkard named Parson Henry (David Zellner) and a miniature horse called Butterscotch, their once-simple journey grows treacherous, blurring the lines between hero, villain and damsel. A loving reinvention of the western genre from the Zellner brothers (Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter), DAMSEL showcases their trademark unpredictability, off-kilter sense of humor, and unique brand of humanism.

"Throughout its twisty path, Damsel unfolds against a polished backdrop of the lush outdoors." - Indie Wire

"It takes a bit to get accustomed to the Zellners' style - but once you do, boy, does "Damsel" really blossom." - New York Post

Rated R, 113 mins


Opens July 20th


Thirteen-year-old Ava is on vacation beside the ocean when she learns that she will lose her sight earlier than predicted. Her mother decides to behave as though nothing has changed so that they can spend the loveliest summer of their lives. Ava deals with the problem in her own way. She steals a large black dog that belongs to a young man on the run.

"In its totality Ava is a powerful and authentic depiction of a vital moment in a young woman's life." - CineVue

"The playful, comedic tone in which Mysius directs the gun chase reflects Ava's subjective experience. It stands out as surreal in a film that otherwise takes Ava's experiences at face value." - Seventh Row

Not Rated, 105 mins

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Opens August 10th

Generation Wealth

For the past 25 years acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield (TheQueen of Versailles, Thin, kids+money, #likeagirl) has travelled the world, documenting with ethnographic precision and an artist's sensitivity a vast range of cultural movements and moments. Yet, after so much seeking and searching, she realized that much of her work pointed at one uniting phenomenon: wealth culture. With her new film, Generation Wealth, she puts the pieces of her life's work together for in an incendiary investigation into the pathologies that have created the richest society the world has ever seen. Spanning consumerism, beauty, gender, body commodification, aging and more, Greenfield has created a comprehensive cautionary tale about a culture heading straight for the cliff's edge. Generation Wealth, simultaneously a deeply personal journey, rigorous historical essay, and raucously entertaining expose, bears witness to the global boom-bust economy, the corrupted American Dream and the human costs of capitalism, narcissism and greed.

"Generation Wealth doesn't go about trying to garner sympathy for the children of the rich and famous; instead, it opens up into a larger conversation about, as Greenfield intones, "our collective greed, and its price."" -The Daily Beast

Not Rated, 106 mins



Upcoming events


Family Film Series

You're invited to our Family Film Series every Wednesday from June 20th- August 29th!

Showtime: 6:00pm

Price: $5 (includes drink, popcorn, and small snack)

June 20:  Fantastic Mr. Fox

June 27: Hugo

July 11: Ernest & Celestine

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July 20th


June 27th

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July 11th