Coming Soon

Days of Heaven

Regent Square Theater

Sun, August 3
Sun: 8:00
Trailer

This moody, poetic film from Terrence Malick is about a hot-tempered farm laborer who convinces the woman he loves to marry their rich but dying boss so that they can have a claim to his fortune. (Terence Malick; USA; 1978; 94 min) Picked by: Chris Smalley, Director of operations.

I Live In Fear

Melwood Screening Room

Tue, August 5
6:00 Screening | 8:00 skype

Co-sponsored by Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace

One of the first Japanese features to address the psychological effects of the atom bomb, it was an unusual theme for Kurosawa, right after his action-filled “Seven Samurai.”

Christine

Regent Square Theater

Sun, August 10
8:00pm
Trailer

Based on a Stephen King novel, it's the story of a nerdy teenager who buys a car with an evil mind of its own. Full of dark humor, it features Harry Dean Stanton. (John Carpenter; USA; 1983; 110 min)

Amarcord

Melwood Screening Room

Wed, August 20
8:00
Trailer

Essential Cinema: All Seats $2
Set in a small Italian coastal village during the time of fascism, this Oscar winner is a loose collection of Fellini's boyhood memories and fantasies framed by the seasons.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Melwood Screening Room

Fri, August 22 to Sat, August 30
August 22 & 23 - August 29 & 30
Trailer

A new generation of moviegoers gets to experience this classic horror film on the big screen 40 years after its original release.

Mood Indigo

Melwood Screening Room

Fri, August 22
Opens August 22
Trailer

Michel Gondry marks a true return to form with his surreal new romance. Starring Audrey Tautou (Amelie).

Land Ho!

Regent Square Theater

Fri, August 22
Opens Aug 22
Trailer

"A delightfully funny road movie about two longtime friends" - New York Times

A pair of ex-brothers-in-law who set off to Iceland to experience rugged campsites, Reykjavik nightclubs, and trendy spas.

The Color of Pomegranates

Regent Square Theater

Sun, August 24
8:00pm
Trailer

A visual feast, this Soviet art film was acclaimed for its non-linear blending of history, poetry, and Armenian folklore. It was not seen internationally until 1977. (Sergei Paradjanov; Soviet Union; 1969; 90 min)

Wild WIld Planet

Regent Square Theater

Sun, August 31
8:00pm
Trailer

An Italian sci-fi/horror flick, the low-budget aesthetics and general cheesy vibe of the film have made it a cult favorite of bad-movie fans and websites such as badmovies.org. Lots of laughs! (Antonio Margheriti; Italy; 1965; 93 min) Picked by: Mike Prosser, Exhibition staff.

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