Calendar

Jun
17
Sat
Graduation
Jun 17 – Jun 30 all-day
Graduation

Opening Friday, June 9

 
Friday (6/16) 6:00pm
Saturday (6/17) 5:30 pm
Sunday (6/18) 1:00pm
Wednesday (6/21) 7:30pm
Thursday (6/22) 5:30pm

Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold.

“Graduation” has a lot on its mind, but is told in such an intimate way it’s like eavesdropping on a conversation: the closer you listen, the more you’ll hear”– Adam Graham, Detroit News

Graduation is long and intense, a rigorously naturalistic film that at times feels as claustrophobic and suspenseful as a horror movie

– A. O. Scott, The New York Times

128 min. | R | Drama

Directed by: Cristian Mungiu

Jun
18
Sun
Graduation
Jun 18 – Jul 1 all-day
Graduation

Opening Friday, June 9

 
Friday (6/16) 6:00pm
Saturday (6/17) 5:30 pm
Sunday (6/18) 1:00pm
Wednesday (6/21) 7:30pm
Thursday (6/22) 5:30pm

Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold.

“Graduation” has a lot on its mind, but is told in such an intimate way it’s like eavesdropping on a conversation: the closer you listen, the more you’ll hear”– Adam Graham, Detroit News

Graduation is long and intense, a rigorously naturalistic film that at times feels as claustrophobic and suspenseful as a horror movie

– A. O. Scott, The New York Times

128 min. | R | Drama

Directed by: Cristian Mungiu

Jun
21
Wed
Graduation
Jun 21 – Jul 4 all-day
Graduation

Opening Friday, June 9

 
Friday (6/16) 6:00pm
Saturday (6/17) 5:30 pm
Sunday (6/18) 1:00pm
Wednesday (6/21) 7:30pm
Thursday (6/22) 5:30pm

Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold.

“Graduation” has a lot on its mind, but is told in such an intimate way it’s like eavesdropping on a conversation: the closer you listen, the more you’ll hear”– Adam Graham, Detroit News

Graduation is long and intense, a rigorously naturalistic film that at times feels as claustrophobic and suspenseful as a horror movie

– A. O. Scott, The New York Times

128 min. | R | Drama

Directed by: Cristian Mungiu

Jun
22
Thu
Graduation
Jun 22 – Jul 5 all-day
Graduation

Opening Friday, June 9

 
Friday (6/16) 6:00pm
Saturday (6/17) 5:30 pm
Sunday (6/18) 1:00pm
Wednesday (6/21) 7:30pm
Thursday (6/22) 5:30pm

Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold.

“Graduation” has a lot on its mind, but is told in such an intimate way it’s like eavesdropping on a conversation: the closer you listen, the more you’ll hear”– Adam Graham, Detroit News

Graduation is long and intense, a rigorously naturalistic film that at times feels as claustrophobic and suspenseful as a horror movie

– A. O. Scott, The New York Times

128 min. | R | Drama

Directed by: Cristian Mungiu

Jun
30
Fri
It Comes At Night
Jun 30 all-day
It Comes At Night

Opening Saturday, June 24

Thursday (6/29) 8:30 p.m.

Friday (6/30) 8:30pm
Saturday (7/1) 8:00pm
Sunday (7/2) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/5) 8:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/6) 8:30 p.m.

Imagine the end of the world. Now imagine something worse. Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults follows his incredible debut feature KRISHA with “IT COMES AT NIGHT,” a horror film following a man (Joel Edgerton) who learns that the evil stalking his family home may be only a prelude to horrors that come from within. Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, the tenuous domestic order he has established with his wife and son is put to the ultimate test with the arrival of a desperate young family seeking refuge. Despite the best intentions of both families, paranoia and mistrust boil over as the horrors outside creep ever-closer, awakening something hidden and monstrous within him as he learns that the protection of his family comes at the cost of his soul.

“Edgerton gives another masterly minimalist performance, and Ejogo and Harrison are preternaturally alert.”– David Edelstein, Vulture

“A fairly straightforward post-apocalyptic story, tightly focused on human torment, but suffused with surprising, undeniably atmospheric sights and sounds.”
– David Simms, The Atlantic

97 min | R | Horror/Thriller

Directed by: Trey Edward Shults

My Scientology Movie
Jun 30 all-day
My Scientology Movie

Opening Friday, June 30

Fri 7/7 : 5:30 PM
Sat 7/8: 5:30 PM
Sun 7/9: 1:00 PM
Wed 7/12 : 5:30 PM
Thu 7/13: 5:30 PM

“I find that the most inexplicable behavior is motivated by very relateable human impulses,” comments Louis Theroux as he heads to Los Angeles for his feature documentary, in collaboration with director John Dower and double Academy Award winning producer Simon Chinn, exploring the Church of Scientology. Following a long fascination with the religion and with much experience in dealing with eccentric, unpalatable and unexpected human behavior, the beguilingly unassuming Theroux won’t take no for an answer when his requests to enter the Church’s headquarters is turned down. Inspired by the Church’s use of filming techniques, and aided by ex-members of the organization, Theroux uses actors to replay some incidents people claim they experienced as members in an attempt to better understand the way it operates. In a bizarre twist, it becomes clear that the Church is also making a film about Louis Theroux. Suffused with a good dose of humor and moments worthy of a Hollywood script, MY SCIENTOLOGY MOVIE is stranger than fiction.

“One of the best documentaries of the year.”

– Joe Mcgovern, Entertainment Weekly

“Theroux raises troubling questions about psychological warfare and how devoutness shades into fanaticism.”
– Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times

100min | NR | Documentary

Directed by: John Dower

Jul
1
Sat
It Comes At Night
Jul 1 all-day
It Comes At Night

Opening Saturday, June 24

Thursday (6/29) 8:30 p.m.

Friday (6/30) 8:30pm
Saturday (7/1) 8:00pm
Sunday (7/2) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/5) 8:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/6) 8:30 p.m.

Imagine the end of the world. Now imagine something worse. Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults follows his incredible debut feature KRISHA with “IT COMES AT NIGHT,” a horror film following a man (Joel Edgerton) who learns that the evil stalking his family home may be only a prelude to horrors that come from within. Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, the tenuous domestic order he has established with his wife and son is put to the ultimate test with the arrival of a desperate young family seeking refuge. Despite the best intentions of both families, paranoia and mistrust boil over as the horrors outside creep ever-closer, awakening something hidden and monstrous within him as he learns that the protection of his family comes at the cost of his soul.

“Edgerton gives another masterly minimalist performance, and Ejogo and Harrison are preternaturally alert.”– David Edelstein, Vulture

“A fairly straightforward post-apocalyptic story, tightly focused on human torment, but suffused with surprising, undeniably atmospheric sights and sounds.”
– David Simms, The Atlantic

97 min | R | Horror/Thriller

Directed by: Trey Edward Shults

My Scientology Movie
Jul 1 all-day
My Scientology Movie

Opening Friday, June 30

Fri 7/7 : 5:30 PM
Sat 7/8: 5:30 PM
Sun 7/9: 1:00 PM
Wed 7/12 : 5:30 PM
Thu 7/13: 5:30 PM

“I find that the most inexplicable behavior is motivated by very relateable human impulses,” comments Louis Theroux as he heads to Los Angeles for his feature documentary, in collaboration with director John Dower and double Academy Award winning producer Simon Chinn, exploring the Church of Scientology. Following a long fascination with the religion and with much experience in dealing with eccentric, unpalatable and unexpected human behavior, the beguilingly unassuming Theroux won’t take no for an answer when his requests to enter the Church’s headquarters is turned down. Inspired by the Church’s use of filming techniques, and aided by ex-members of the organization, Theroux uses actors to replay some incidents people claim they experienced as members in an attempt to better understand the way it operates. In a bizarre twist, it becomes clear that the Church is also making a film about Louis Theroux. Suffused with a good dose of humor and moments worthy of a Hollywood script, MY SCIENTOLOGY MOVIE is stranger than fiction.

“One of the best documentaries of the year.”

– Joe Mcgovern, Entertainment Weekly

“Theroux raises troubling questions about psychological warfare and how devoutness shades into fanaticism.”
– Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times

100min | NR | Documentary

Directed by: John Dower

Jul
2
Sun
It Comes At Night
Jul 2 all-day
It Comes At Night

Opening Saturday, June 24

Thursday (6/29) 8:30 p.m.

Friday (6/30) 8:30pm
Saturday (7/1) 8:00pm
Sunday (7/2) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/5) 8:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/6) 8:30 p.m.

Imagine the end of the world. Now imagine something worse. Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults follows his incredible debut feature KRISHA with “IT COMES AT NIGHT,” a horror film following a man (Joel Edgerton) who learns that the evil stalking his family home may be only a prelude to horrors that come from within. Secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, the tenuous domestic order he has established with his wife and son is put to the ultimate test with the arrival of a desperate young family seeking refuge. Despite the best intentions of both families, paranoia and mistrust boil over as the horrors outside creep ever-closer, awakening something hidden and monstrous within him as he learns that the protection of his family comes at the cost of his soul.

“Edgerton gives another masterly minimalist performance, and Ejogo and Harrison are preternaturally alert.”– David Edelstein, Vulture

“A fairly straightforward post-apocalyptic story, tightly focused on human torment, but suffused with surprising, undeniably atmospheric sights and sounds.”
– David Simms, The Atlantic

97 min | R | Horror/Thriller

Directed by: Trey Edward Shults

My Scientology Movie
Jul 2 all-day
My Scientology Movie

Opening Friday, June 30

Fri 7/7 : 5:30 PM
Sat 7/8: 5:30 PM
Sun 7/9: 1:00 PM
Wed 7/12 : 5:30 PM
Thu 7/13: 5:30 PM

“I find that the most inexplicable behavior is motivated by very relateable human impulses,” comments Louis Theroux as he heads to Los Angeles for his feature documentary, in collaboration with director John Dower and double Academy Award winning producer Simon Chinn, exploring the Church of Scientology. Following a long fascination with the religion and with much experience in dealing with eccentric, unpalatable and unexpected human behavior, the beguilingly unassuming Theroux won’t take no for an answer when his requests to enter the Church’s headquarters is turned down. Inspired by the Church’s use of filming techniques, and aided by ex-members of the organization, Theroux uses actors to replay some incidents people claim they experienced as members in an attempt to better understand the way it operates. In a bizarre twist, it becomes clear that the Church is also making a film about Louis Theroux. Suffused with a good dose of humor and moments worthy of a Hollywood script, MY SCIENTOLOGY MOVIE is stranger than fiction.

“One of the best documentaries of the year.”

– Joe Mcgovern, Entertainment Weekly

“Theroux raises troubling questions about psychological warfare and how devoutness shades into fanaticism.”
– Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times

100min | NR | Documentary

Directed by: John Dower