Saturday, 7/14 & Sunday, 7/15
Enter a world of pure imagination.
Sunday, 7/15 & Tuesday, 7/17
Women are agents of change throughout Cuban history.
A German pastry maker travels to Jerusalem in search of the wife and son of his dead lover.
Friday, 7/20 to Sunday, 7/22
Ingenious set design and a captivating point of view propelled this production to win a whopping 7 Olivier Awards.
Lindsey Lohan navigates the savage lands of high school society.
Success is no fun unless you share it with someone.
Friday 7/27, Monday 7/30, Saturday 8/4
Having to scrounge to make ends meet is one thing. But this is ridiculous.
Friday 7/27, Wednesday 8/1, Sunday 8/5
The gospel according to Almodóvar: “Spain is divided into the envious and the intolerant.”
Saturday 7/28, Tuesday 7/31, Sunday 8/5, Thursday 8/9
Young Esteban wants to become a writer and also to discover the identity of his father, carefully concealed by his mother Manuela.
Saturday 7/28, Saturday 8/4, Thursday 8/9
Love is the saddest thing when it goes away.
Saturday 7/28, Monday 7/30, Friday 8/3, Tuesday 8/7
It may be sheer madness to you. For Pepa, it’s a day in the life.
Saturday 7/28, Thursday 8/2, Monday 8/6
One plus one equals more than two.
Michael J. Fox has gotta get back in time!
Sunday 7/29, Wednesday 8/1, Saturday 8/4, Wednesday 8/8
A mother’s work is never done.
Sunday 7/29, Thursday 8/2, Sunday 8/5
Of life and movies. Fleeting and indelible.
Sunday 7/29, Saturday 8/4, Tuesday 8/7
The woman he left behind is now married to the man who sent him to prison.
Tuesday 7/31, Friday 8/3, Wednesday 8/8
He doesn’t believe in hell, so he’s not afraid. Without fear, he’s capable of anything.
An alienated, battle-scarred loner embarks on a mission of misguided revenge in the seedy underbelly of nighttime Manhattan.
Tuesday, 8/7, 8:00 pm at Books & Books
Join us at Books & Books for a free panel discussion exploring Pedro Almodóvar's films with Nat Chediak.
Friday, 8/10 to Thursday, 8/16
Once you’ve started for the end of the rainbow, you can’t very well turn back.
Friday, 8/10 to Monday, 8/13
Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.
Saturday, 8/11 & Sunday, 8/12
A trio of furry friends journey across the American wilderness to reach their family.
Saturday, 8/11, Tuesday, 8/14 & Thursday, 8/16
If a woman answers ... hang on for dear life!
Saturday, 8/11, Sunday, 8/12 & Wednesday, 8/15
The difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves, but how she is treated.
A bizarre, ultra-violent Western that heralded the midnight movie craze.
Saturday, 9/8 & Sunday, 9/9
Charlie Chaplin's first full-length film - on a beautiful 35mm print.
Friday, 9/28 to Sunday, 9/30
The Crown's Vanessa Kirby stars in a new version of August Strinberg's Miss Julie.
Friday, 10/26 to Sunday, 10/28
Broadcast on the big screen from London’s West End, see Ian McKellen’s extraordinarily moving portrayal as King Lear.
Saturday, 11/10 & Sunday, 11/11
The Miami Theatrical Premiere of one of 2017's Oscar nominee for Best Animated Feature.
Saturday, 12/8 & Sunday, 12/9
An epic documentary that explores the vast world of the Arctic.
Friday, 12/14 to Sunday, 12/16
Multi-award-winning drama The Madness of George III will be broadcast live to cinemas, in National Theatre Live’s first ever broadcast from Nottingham Playhouse.
Coral Gables Art Cinema
260 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134
Founder - Steven Krams