Calendar

Oct
4
Wed
Grave of the Fireflies
Oct 4 all-day
Grave of the Fireflies


Showing September 30th, October 1st, and October 4th AND October 7th

HELDOVER

Showtimes:

  • Saturday (9/30): 8:00 p.m
  • Sunday (10/1): 4:30  p.m.
  • Wednesday (10/4): 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday (10/7): 3:00 p.m.

 

The fist entry in  The Hippodrome Cinema’s monthly anime film series!

GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES is a 1988 Japanese animated film written and directed by Isao Takahata and animated by Studio Ghibli.

Set in Japan during World War II, the film tells the story of Seita, a young boy who has to take care of his younger sister Setsuko when their mother dies. Based on a 1967 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, it is commonly considered an anti-war film, but this interpretation has been challenged by some critics and by the director.

“An emotional experience so powerful that it forces a rethinking of animation.” – Roger Ebert

 

92 min | Drama, Animtation| Directed by: Isao Takahata|

Tickets will be available soon online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477

 

 

 

Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters
Oct 4 all-day
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters

Opening Sept. 29

Showtimes:

Wednesday (10/4): 5:30 p.m.
Friday  (10/6): 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (10/7):  5:00 p.m.

Tickets:
$7 Matinee
$7 Student
$7 Senior
$9 General

A daringly original biopic, “Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters,” flashes back to the famous gay novelist/movie-star’s suicidal assault on a Japanese army camp. Between minimal black-and-white episodes of Mishima’s earlier life and colorful dramatizations of scenes from three of his novels, this movie attempts to come to grips with the public and private faces of a real-life character, finally reflecting more upon the neurosis and drives of its creator than its subject. Writer of “Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull,” Paul Schrader directed obsessive-puritanical philosophizing is at its purest here, as he channels his usual concerns into a meditation on Mishima’s tussles with love, death, honor and the spirit.

The night after the premiere of “Mishima,” a competitor for the prestigious “Palme d’Or” at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985, the film was well-received, and won an overall award for “Best Artistic Contribution.” But, Schrader knew better than anyone that its chances at the American box office were slim. He observed that his co-producers, Francis Coppola and George Lucas, raised $10 million, “with no hope of getting it back.”

“Mishima” is an exceptional, original movie, ravishingly shot and with a hauntingly brilliant Philip Glass score.

121 min | Biopic, Drama | Directed by: Paul Schrader | Starring: Ken Ogata

Tickets will be available online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

 

 

 

Oct
5
Thu
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters
Oct 5 all-day
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters

Opening Sept. 29

Showtimes:

Wednesday (10/4): 5:30 p.m.
Friday  (10/6): 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (10/7):  5:00 p.m.

Tickets:
$7 Matinee
$7 Student
$7 Senior
$9 General

A daringly original biopic, “Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters,” flashes back to the famous gay novelist/movie-star’s suicidal assault on a Japanese army camp. Between minimal black-and-white episodes of Mishima’s earlier life and colorful dramatizations of scenes from three of his novels, this movie attempts to come to grips with the public and private faces of a real-life character, finally reflecting more upon the neurosis and drives of its creator than its subject. Writer of “Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull,” Paul Schrader directed obsessive-puritanical philosophizing is at its purest here, as he channels his usual concerns into a meditation on Mishima’s tussles with love, death, honor and the spirit.

The night after the premiere of “Mishima,” a competitor for the prestigious “Palme d’Or” at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985, the film was well-received, and won an overall award for “Best Artistic Contribution.” But, Schrader knew better than anyone that its chances at the American box office were slim. He observed that his co-producers, Francis Coppola and George Lucas, raised $10 million, “with no hope of getting it back.”

“Mishima” is an exceptional, original movie, ravishingly shot and with a hauntingly brilliant Philip Glass score.

121 min | Biopic, Drama | Directed by: Paul Schrader | Starring: Ken Ogata

Tickets will be available online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

 

 

 

“When Cancer Calls…” a film by Wayne Beach, Ph.D
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

A STEM Translational Communication Center public event

The STCC in collaboration with the UF Health Cancer Center & Cancer Population Sciences, UF HealthStreet, and The Center for Arts in Medicine proudly present “When Cancer Calls…”  a unique film by Dr. Wayne Beach, a Professor in the School of Communication at the San Diego State University, an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Surgery, and a Member of the Moores UCSD Cancer Center, University of California, San Diego. He is also a faculty member on the UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health.

The film will start at 6 p.m. followed by a brief coffee break, and will conclude with a talk-back session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions to Dr. Beach.  Click here  to reserve your complementary ticket!

Description

A family. A diagnosis. A phone call. One family’s journey through cancer…

A unique and powerful educational resource for patients, family members, medical professionals, and all persons whose lives have somehow been touched by cancer.

Adapted from the award-winning book, “A Natural History of Family Cancer,” the conversations portrayed in “When Cancer Calls…” are drawn from the only known recordings in the history of the social and medical sciences between an actual cancer patient and her family members. From diagnosis through death of a loved one (mother/wife/sister), these interactions – 61 phone calls over 13 months – are at once extraordinary, yet strikingly familiar, to all who have encountered them.

To learn more about this public event, click here.

Oct
6
Fri
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters
Oct 6 all-day
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters

Opening Sept. 29

Showtimes:

Wednesday (10/4): 5:30 p.m.
Friday  (10/6): 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (10/7):  5:00 p.m.

Tickets:
$7 Matinee
$7 Student
$7 Senior
$9 General

A daringly original biopic, “Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters,” flashes back to the famous gay novelist/movie-star’s suicidal assault on a Japanese army camp. Between minimal black-and-white episodes of Mishima’s earlier life and colorful dramatizations of scenes from three of his novels, this movie attempts to come to grips with the public and private faces of a real-life character, finally reflecting more upon the neurosis and drives of its creator than its subject. Writer of “Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull,” Paul Schrader directed obsessive-puritanical philosophizing is at its purest here, as he channels his usual concerns into a meditation on Mishima’s tussles with love, death, honor and the spirit.

The night after the premiere of “Mishima,” a competitor for the prestigious “Palme d’Or” at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985, the film was well-received, and won an overall award for “Best Artistic Contribution.” But, Schrader knew better than anyone that its chances at the American box office were slim. He observed that his co-producers, Francis Coppola and George Lucas, raised $10 million, “with no hope of getting it back.”

“Mishima” is an exceptional, original movie, ravishingly shot and with a hauntingly brilliant Philip Glass score.

121 min | Biopic, Drama | Directed by: Paul Schrader | Starring: Ken Ogata

Tickets will be available online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

 

 

 

Super Dark Times
Oct 6 all-day
Super Dark Times

Showtimes:

Saturday (10/14): 7:30 p.m.
Sunday (10/15): 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday (10/18): 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (10/19): 7:30 p.m.

A harrowing but meticulously observed look at teenage lives in the era prior to the lives in the early 1990’s, “Super Dark Times” marks the feature debut of gifted director Kevin Phillips, whose critically acclaimed 2015 short film “Too Cool For School” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

Zach (Owen Campbell) and Josh (Charlie Tahan) are best friends growing up in a leafy Upstate New York suburb in the 1990s, where teenage life revolves around hanging out, looking for kicks, navigating first love and vying for popularity.

When a traumatic incident drives a wedge between the previously inseparable pair, their youthful innocence abruptly vanishes. Each young man processes the tragedy in his own way, until circumstances grow increasingly complex and spiral into violence. Phillips dives headlong into the confusion of teenage life, creating an evocative atmosphere out of the murky boundaries between adolescence and adulthood, courage and fear, and good and evil.

“This generations MEAN CREEK or DONNIE DARKO…”
– Brad Miska, “Bloody Disgusting”

Tickets avaible online at THEHIPP.ORG or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

Oct
7
Sat
Grave of the Fireflies
Oct 7 all-day
Grave of the Fireflies


Showing September 30th, October 1st, and October 4th AND October 7th

HELDOVER

Showtimes:

  • Saturday (9/30): 8:00 p.m
  • Sunday (10/1): 4:30  p.m.
  • Wednesday (10/4): 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday (10/7): 3:00 p.m.

 

The fist entry in  The Hippodrome Cinema’s monthly anime film series!

GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES is a 1988 Japanese animated film written and directed by Isao Takahata and animated by Studio Ghibli.

Set in Japan during World War II, the film tells the story of Seita, a young boy who has to take care of his younger sister Setsuko when their mother dies. Based on a 1967 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, it is commonly considered an anti-war film, but this interpretation has been challenged by some critics and by the director.

“An emotional experience so powerful that it forces a rethinking of animation.” – Roger Ebert

 

92 min | Drama, Animtation| Directed by: Isao Takahata|

Tickets will be available soon online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477

 

 

 

Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters
Oct 7 all-day
Mishima: A Life In Four Chapters

Opening Sept. 29

Showtimes:

Wednesday (10/4): 5:30 p.m.
Friday  (10/6): 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (10/7):  5:00 p.m.

Tickets:
$7 Matinee
$7 Student
$7 Senior
$9 General

A daringly original biopic, “Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters,” flashes back to the famous gay novelist/movie-star’s suicidal assault on a Japanese army camp. Between minimal black-and-white episodes of Mishima’s earlier life and colorful dramatizations of scenes from three of his novels, this movie attempts to come to grips with the public and private faces of a real-life character, finally reflecting more upon the neurosis and drives of its creator than its subject. Writer of “Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull,” Paul Schrader directed obsessive-puritanical philosophizing is at its purest here, as he channels his usual concerns into a meditation on Mishima’s tussles with love, death, honor and the spirit.

The night after the premiere of “Mishima,” a competitor for the prestigious “Palme d’Or” at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985, the film was well-received, and won an overall award for “Best Artistic Contribution.” But, Schrader knew better than anyone that its chances at the American box office were slim. He observed that his co-producers, Francis Coppola and George Lucas, raised $10 million, “with no hope of getting it back.”

“Mishima” is an exceptional, original movie, ravishingly shot and with a hauntingly brilliant Philip Glass score.

121 min | Biopic, Drama | Directed by: Paul Schrader | Starring: Ken Ogata

Tickets will be available online at thehipp.org or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

 

 

 

Super Dark Times
Oct 7 all-day
Super Dark Times

Showtimes:

Saturday (10/14): 7:30 p.m.
Sunday (10/15): 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday (10/18): 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (10/19): 7:30 p.m.

A harrowing but meticulously observed look at teenage lives in the era prior to the lives in the early 1990’s, “Super Dark Times” marks the feature debut of gifted director Kevin Phillips, whose critically acclaimed 2015 short film “Too Cool For School” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

Zach (Owen Campbell) and Josh (Charlie Tahan) are best friends growing up in a leafy Upstate New York suburb in the 1990s, where teenage life revolves around hanging out, looking for kicks, navigating first love and vying for popularity.

When a traumatic incident drives a wedge between the previously inseparable pair, their youthful innocence abruptly vanishes. Each young man processes the tragedy in his own way, until circumstances grow increasingly complex and spiral into violence. Phillips dives headlong into the confusion of teenage life, creating an evocative atmosphere out of the murky boundaries between adolescence and adulthood, courage and fear, and good and evil.

“This generations MEAN CREEK or DONNIE DARKO…”
– Brad Miska, “Bloody Disgusting”

Tickets avaible online at THEHIPP.ORG or through our box office
at: (352) 375-4477.

The Point
Oct 7 all-day
The Point

Showtimes:
Saturday (10/7): 1 p.m.
Sunday (10/8): 1 p.m.
Wednesday (10/11): 5:30 p.m.

Tickets:
$7 Matinee
$7 Student
$7 Senior
$9 General

The fist entry in The Hippodrome Cinema’s animated kid’s film series!

Years ago, there was a place called “The Land of Point,” because everything in “The Land of Point” had one – a point, that is – the barns, the houses, the cars, everything, even the people. Everyone in “The Land of Point” had a point at the top of their head. Everyone, that is, except Oblio, who was born round-headed. Since he had no point, Oblio, along with his trusty dog, Arrow, were banished to the “Pointless Forest.”

Join them to see what wonders await these two intrepid travelers as they make their way on their amazing, song-filled journey of discovery! Written and produced as a companion piece to his 1971 album of the same name, Harry Nilsson’s “The Point” is a slightly Seussian, slightly psychedelic fable.


70 min | Animation
Directed by: Fred Wolf

Tickets will be available online at thehipp.org or through our box office at (352) 375-4477.