Upcoming In-Person

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state.
Thu, 5/23
Sat, 6/8
BABES delves into the complexities of female friendship with a blend of laughter, tears, and labor pains. Starring Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau, directed by Pamela Adlon.
A Colombian teenage girl has to face the frustration of being the only member of her family without magical powers. This sing-along version of ENCANTO features on-screen lyrics, and audiences are encouraged to sing along with their favorite songs.
Sat, 5/25
Opens 5/31. EZRA follows Max Bernal (Bobby Cannavale), a stand-up comedian living with his father (Robert De Niro), while struggling to co-parent his autistic son Ezra (introducing William Fitzgerald) with his ex-wife (Rose Byrne).
Filmed at the MFA in Boston and the Tate Britain, London, step into the glittering world of fashion, scandal, and shameless self-promotion that made John Singer Sargent the painter who defined an era.
Sat, 6/1
This film gives voice to those whose lives have been touched by the renowned National Gallery in London—from security guard to curator, from everyday visitor to celebrity. Interviewees each identify the one artwork that means the most to them and why, providing a fascinating lens through which to explore the gallery’s 200-year history.
Tue, 6/4
Sat, 7/13
With joy, humor, and heart-warming earnestness, Sundance award-winning director Alexandria Bombach brings us into a contemporary conversation with Amy and Emily of Indigo Girls—alongside decades of the band's home movies and intimate present-day verité.
Wed, 6/5
Opens 6/7. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the exhilarating thriller RUN LOLA RUN with a new 4K restoration and theatrical re-release. This fast-paced, kinetic exploration of destiny, a breakout arthouse hit in 1999, is set to a pumping dance music soundtrack and interspersed with animated interludes, flashbacks, and flashforwards.
We hereby christen this budget Barbie camper... Priscilla, Queen of the Desert! Stephan Elliott's joyous queer classic returns to cinemas this June in celebration of its 30th anniversary.
Sun, 6/9
Mon, 6/24
If you don’t know a pan from a dolly, or an over-the-shoulder from a two-shot, this program is for you! Local filmmaker and film expert Nina Kleinberg walks us through the making of CASABLANCA, followed by a screening of the film.
Mon, 6/10
Bogie, Bergman, Rains, Lorre! CASABLANCA—easy to enter, but much harder to leave, especially if your name is on the Nazi's most-wanted list.
Mon, 6/10
On a handmade set recreating her Casablanca neighborhood, young Moroccan filmmaker Asmae El Moudir enlists family and friends to help solve the troubling mysteries of her childhood. There, she starts to unravel the layers of deception and intentional forgetting that have shaped her life.
Thu, 6/13
Shot at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, this remarkable collection of Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and avant-garde artists of the early 20th century reveals the rise of the modern garden in popular culture.
Sat, 6/15
With this enduring and affecting World War II drama, Ryuichi Sakamoto made not only his film scoring debut but his acting debut, starring with David Bowie in the story of a British soldier interned in a Japanese POW camp.
Sun, 6/16
Tue, 6/18
Radically imagining future visions of queer life, four short films explore fat beauty and liberation, gender-affirming healthcare, nonbinary siblinghood in ballroom culture, and the anonymous connections of a decades-old LGBTQ hotline.
Mon, 6/17
Free screening! Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps star as basketball-obsessed next-door neighbors who find love over flirtatious pickup games, fall apart under the strain of high-pressure college hoops and families, and drift in and out of each other’s lives as they pursue their twin aspirations of playing professionally.
Wed, 6/19
7:00 pm
An ordinary Lego minifigure must stop a tyrant from gluing the universe together.
Sat, 6/22
Bernardo Bertolucci's sweeping historical epic about Chinese Emperor Pu Yi won nine Academy Awards®, including Best Original Score for composers Ryuichi Sakamoto, David Byrne, and Cong Su.
Sun, 6/23
Tue, 6/25
In an Oscar®-winning performance, Leonardo DiCaprio plays fur trapper Hugh Glass, whose harrowing tale of frontier survival is set to stunning cinematography by Emmanuel Lubezki and an experimental score by Sakamoto and Alva Noto.
Sun, 7/7
Tue, 7/9
Stanley Kubrick’s dazzling, Academy Award®-winning achievement is a compelling drama of man vs. machine, a stunning meld of music and motion.
Sun, 7/14
Tue, 7/16
In late 2022, Ryuichi Sakamoto gifted the world one final performance: an intimate concert film featuring just him and his piano. Curated by Sakamoto himself, the twenty pieces played here wordlessly tell the story of his life and his wide-ranging oeuvre. A New York Times Critic's Pick.
Wed, 7/17
Sat, 7/20
In this intensely stylized masterpiece from director Nicholas Ray, Vienna (Joan Crawford), a savvy saloon owner in frontier Arizona, partners with semi-retired gunslinger Johnny Guitar (Sterling Hayden) to stand against the angry locals.
Sun, 7/21
Tue, 7/23
One of the most electrifying heroes of the twentieth century receives an appropriately sweeping screen biopic, rich in both historical insight and propulsive cinematic style, courtesy of visionary director Spike Lee.
Sun, 7/28
Tue, 7/30
This feel-good charmer that charts the escapades of Parisian good samaritan Amélie Poulain (Audrey Tautou) remains the highest-grossing French language film ever released in North America.
Sun, 8/4
Tue, 8/6
In the night skies near his Muncie, Indiana home, power repairman Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) experiences something out of this world. His close encounter sets into action an amazing chain of events.
Sun, 8/11
Tue, 8/13
Andrew Scott (ALL OF US STRANGERS, BBC's Sherlock) brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ (NT Live: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME) radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.
Sat, 8/17
A vivid time capsule of gritty ‘70s Manhattan, this detective story is studded with indelible elements, from the late Richard Roundtree’s sleek leather fashions to the iconic funk score by Isaac Hayes.
Sun, 8/18
Tue, 8/20
Gloria Swanson, as Norma Desmond, an aging silent-film queen, and William Holden, as the struggling young screenwriter who is held in thrall by her madness, created two of the screen's most memorable characters in SUNSET BOULEVARD. Winner of three Academy Awards®, director Billy Wilder's powerful orchestration of the bizarre tale is a true cinematic classic.
Sun, 8/25
Tue, 8/27
In this defining work of 1990s cinema, two heartsick Hong Kong cops cross paths at the Midnight Express take-out restaurant stand where the ethereal waitress Faye works.
Sun, 9/1
Tue, 9/3
Roy Scheider plays a getaway driver who leads a team transporting two trucks of nitroglycerin across dangerous Latin American jungle. William Friedkin’s follow-up to THE FRENCH CONNECTION (1971) and THE EXORCIST (1973) was a critical and commerical dud on release, but has since been embraced as a thrilling feat of on-location filmmaking.
Sun, 9/8
Tue, 9/10
Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman star in a compelling drama of hope, friendship and atonement behind the walls of a maximum-security prison in THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION.
Sun, 9/15
Tue, 9/17