Calendar

May
13
Sat
A Woman, a Part
May 13 all-day
A Woman, a Part

Opening Friday, May 5th

Friday (5/5) 6:15PM
Saturday (5/6) 3:15PM & 7:30PM
Sunday (5/7) 12:45PM

Wednesday (5/10) 6:00PM
Thursday (5/11) 7:45PM

Saturday (5/13) 3:00PM
Sunday (5/14) 2:45PM

Wednesday (5/17) 8:00PM
Thursday (5/18) 6:00PM

An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself. But despite the desire for transformation, she cannot find herself outside of her career. When an upsetting personal betrayal unexpectedly leads to the role of her life, she must confront the reality of her past relationships in order to clear a path forward. The intimate story of Anna and her friends Isaac and Kate become magnified by the film’s surrounding themes: gentrification, addiction, autoimmune disease, burnout, sexism in the film industry and 21st century marketing of the self.

“Expertly executed… If only more American independent cinema was this poignant and compelling.” – Artforum

“Sophisticated storytelling. This debut marks Subrin a talent to watch.” -Screen International

97 min. | Unrated | Drama

Directed by: Elisabeth Subrin

Starring: Maggie Siff, John Ortiz, Dagmara Dominczyk

Donnie Darko 15th Anniversary Re-Release
May 13 all-day
Donnie Darko 15th Anniversary Re-Release

ONE WEEKEND ONLY!

Friday, May 12th at 8:30PM
Saturday, May 13th at 5:30PM & 8:00PM 
Sunday, May 14th at 5:00PM

Fifteen years before Stranger Things combined science-fiction, Spielberg-ian touches and 80s nostalgia to much acclaim, Richard Kelly set the template and the high-water mark with his debut feature, Donnie Darko. Initially beset with distribution problems, it would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium.

Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days 06 hours 42 minutes and 12 seconds. During that time he will navigate teenage life, narrowly avoid death in the form of a falling jet engine, follow Frank s maladjusted instructions and try to maintain the space-time continuum.

Described by its director as The Catcher in the Rye as told by Philip K. Dick , Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast pre-stardom Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, heartthrob Patrick Swayze, former child star Drew Barrymore, Oscar nominees Mary McDonnell and Katherine Ross, and television favorite Noah Wyle and an evocative soundtrack of 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran. This brand-new 4K restoration, carried out exclusively for this release by Arrow Films, allows a modern classic to finally receive the treatment it deserves.

113 min. | R | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Directed by: Richard Kelly

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Mary McDonnell

May
14
Sun
A Woman, a Part
May 14 all-day
A Woman, a Part

Opening Friday, May 5th

Friday (5/5) 6:15PM
Saturday (5/6) 3:15PM & 7:30PM
Sunday (5/7) 12:45PM

Wednesday (5/10) 6:00PM
Thursday (5/11) 7:45PM

Saturday (5/13) 3:00PM
Sunday (5/14) 2:45PM

Wednesday (5/17) 8:00PM
Thursday (5/18) 6:00PM

An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself. But despite the desire for transformation, she cannot find herself outside of her career. When an upsetting personal betrayal unexpectedly leads to the role of her life, she must confront the reality of her past relationships in order to clear a path forward. The intimate story of Anna and her friends Isaac and Kate become magnified by the film’s surrounding themes: gentrification, addiction, autoimmune disease, burnout, sexism in the film industry and 21st century marketing of the self.

“Expertly executed… If only more American independent cinema was this poignant and compelling.” – Artforum

“Sophisticated storytelling. This debut marks Subrin a talent to watch.” -Screen International

97 min. | Unrated | Drama

Directed by: Elisabeth Subrin

Starring: Maggie Siff, John Ortiz, Dagmara Dominczyk

Donnie Darko 15th Anniversary Re-Release
May 14 all-day
Donnie Darko 15th Anniversary Re-Release

ONE WEEKEND ONLY!

Friday, May 12th at 8:30PM
Saturday, May 13th at 5:30PM & 8:00PM 
Sunday, May 14th at 5:00PM

Fifteen years before Stranger Things combined science-fiction, Spielberg-ian touches and 80s nostalgia to much acclaim, Richard Kelly set the template and the high-water mark with his debut feature, Donnie Darko. Initially beset with distribution problems, it would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium.

Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days 06 hours 42 minutes and 12 seconds. During that time he will navigate teenage life, narrowly avoid death in the form of a falling jet engine, follow Frank s maladjusted instructions and try to maintain the space-time continuum.

Described by its director as The Catcher in the Rye as told by Philip K. Dick , Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast pre-stardom Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, heartthrob Patrick Swayze, former child star Drew Barrymore, Oscar nominees Mary McDonnell and Katherine Ross, and television favorite Noah Wyle and an evocative soundtrack of 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran. This brand-new 4K restoration, carried out exclusively for this release by Arrow Films, allows a modern classic to finally receive the treatment it deserves.

113 min. | R | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Directed by: Richard Kelly

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Mary McDonnell

May
17
Wed
A Woman, a Part
May 17 all-day
A Woman, a Part

Opening Friday, May 5th

Friday (5/5) 6:15PM
Saturday (5/6) 3:15PM & 7:30PM
Sunday (5/7) 12:45PM

Wednesday (5/10) 6:00PM
Thursday (5/11) 7:45PM

Saturday (5/13) 3:00PM
Sunday (5/14) 2:45PM

Wednesday (5/17) 8:00PM
Thursday (5/18) 6:00PM

An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself. But despite the desire for transformation, she cannot find herself outside of her career. When an upsetting personal betrayal unexpectedly leads to the role of her life, she must confront the reality of her past relationships in order to clear a path forward. The intimate story of Anna and her friends Isaac and Kate become magnified by the film’s surrounding themes: gentrification, addiction, autoimmune disease, burnout, sexism in the film industry and 21st century marketing of the self.

“Expertly executed… If only more American independent cinema was this poignant and compelling.” – Artforum

“Sophisticated storytelling. This debut marks Subrin a talent to watch.” -Screen International

97 min. | Unrated | Drama

Directed by: Elisabeth Subrin

Starring: Maggie Siff, John Ortiz, Dagmara Dominczyk

Deconstructing the Beatles’ Rubber Soul
May 17 all-day
Deconstructing the Beatles' Rubber Soul

Two Nights ONLY – May 17th & 18th

Wednesday, May 17th at 6:00PM
Thursday, May 18th at 8:00PM

In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task— produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums — Rubber Soul.  They even had time to create a double A-side single, We Can Work It Out backed by Day Tripper. Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts.
In Deconstructing The Beatles’ Rubber Soul, composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stories behind the creation of Norwegian Wood, In My Life, Nowhere Man, and other classic Beatles songs. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions.
89 min. | Unrated | Documentary

 

May
18
Thu
A Woman, a Part
May 18 all-day
A Woman, a Part

Opening Friday, May 5th

Friday (5/5) 6:15PM
Saturday (5/6) 3:15PM & 7:30PM
Sunday (5/7) 12:45PM

Wednesday (5/10) 6:00PM
Thursday (5/11) 7:45PM

Saturday (5/13) 3:00PM
Sunday (5/14) 2:45PM

Wednesday (5/17) 8:00PM
Thursday (5/18) 6:00PM

An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself. But despite the desire for transformation, she cannot find herself outside of her career. When an upsetting personal betrayal unexpectedly leads to the role of her life, she must confront the reality of her past relationships in order to clear a path forward. The intimate story of Anna and her friends Isaac and Kate become magnified by the film’s surrounding themes: gentrification, addiction, autoimmune disease, burnout, sexism in the film industry and 21st century marketing of the self.

“Expertly executed… If only more American independent cinema was this poignant and compelling.” – Artforum

“Sophisticated storytelling. This debut marks Subrin a talent to watch.” -Screen International

97 min. | Unrated | Drama

Directed by: Elisabeth Subrin

Starring: Maggie Siff, John Ortiz, Dagmara Dominczyk

Deconstructing the Beatles’ Rubber Soul
May 18 all-day
Deconstructing the Beatles' Rubber Soul

Two Nights ONLY – May 17th & 18th

Wednesday, May 17th at 6:00PM
Thursday, May 18th at 8:00PM

In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task— produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums — Rubber Soul.  They even had time to create a double A-side single, We Can Work It Out backed by Day Tripper. Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts.
In Deconstructing The Beatles’ Rubber Soul, composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stories behind the creation of Norwegian Wood, In My Life, Nowhere Man, and other classic Beatles songs. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions.
89 min. | Unrated | Documentary

 

May
19
Fri
Last Men in Aleppo
May 19 – Jun 2 all-day
Last Men in Aleppo

Opening Friday, May 19th

 

Wednesday (5/24) 5:30PM
Thursday (5/25) 8:00PM

Friday (5/26) 5:30PM
Saturday (5/27) 8:00PM

Tuesday (5/30) 5:30PM
Wednesday (5/31) 8:00PM
Thursday (6/1) 5:30PM

 

 

Winner of the Grand Jury Documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Syrian filmmaker Fayyad and Danish co-director Johannessen’s breathtaking work – a searing example of boots-on-the-ground reportage – follows the efforts of the internationally recognized White Helmets, an organization comprised of ordinary citizens who are the first to rush towards explosions in the hope of saving lives. Incorporating moments of both heart-pounding suspense and improbable beauty, the documentary draws us into the lives of three of its founders – Khalid, Subhi and Mahmoud – as they grapple with the chaos around them and struggle with an ever-present dilemma: do they flee with their families or stay and fight for their country. A gripping portrait of extraordinary bravery, Last Men in Aleppo provides a stirring new perspective on a conflict reshaping our world.

“[Demands] to be reckoned with. There is no denying the cumulative power of the material, in large part due the protagonists’ endless reservoirs of humanity, dignity and selflessness in the face of one of the world’s worst biggest current and most incomprehensible tragedies. Last Men in Aleppo speaks very loudly from the heart.”– Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter

“Viscerally immediate, exquisitely realized… The cinema is where Last Men in Aleppo firmly belongs. Together with co-director and editor Steen Johannessen, Fayyad brings a rigorous sense of craft and shock-and-awe scale to the film’s impressions of destruction, without impeding its anxious, on-the-hoof spontaneity.”

– Guy Lodge, Variety

110 min. | Unrated | Documentary

Directed by: Kareem Abeed, Mujahed Abou Al Joud

Your Name
May 19 – Jun 2 all-day
Your Name

Opening Friday, May 19th

The Number One Highest Grossing Anime Worldwide. 

 


Wednesday (6/7) 8:30PM
Thursday (6/8) 6:00PM

 

 

Taki wakes from what seemed like a very important dream. But in an unfamiliar room and not in his body…but that of a girl! On the other hand, Mitsuha, a teen girl, is tired of living in a mountain village. She pleads to God “Please, let me be a handsome Tokyo boy in my next life!” The next morning, Mitsuha awakens as a high school male. Based on information around her, she learns whose body she inhabits. His name is Taki. The two have switched places! When they wake up again, they’ve returned to their former selves. But sleep brings the body swap again and again. Mysteriously, the pattern continues daily. The two fumble about, unaccustomed to each other’s bodies, but start communicating by memo. As they awkwardly overcome one challenge after another, a bond develops between the two- one that evolves into something more romantic. However, there’s something they still don’t know… The unexpected is about to be revealed.

In the way it balances grounded emotion with wondrous escapism, Your Name should firmly establish Shinkai as an auteur to follow for many years to come“– The Atlantic

“It’s both gorgeous enough and emotionally engaging enough to be worth seeking out.”

– Bob Mondello, NPR

110 min. | PG | Animated Film

Directed by: Makoto Shinkai