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Saturday, December 2
Step into the twisted world of one of the most shocking and demented thrillers of the 1970s. William Shatner takes on the role of Matt Stone, a deranged gigolo with murderous psychosexual urges, preying on unsuspecting rich women. 4K Restoration
With director William Grefé in attendance for a conversation following the film.
Opens December 8
A semi-autobiographical fantasy about life, death, and creation, in tribute to friendship, from the mind of Hayao Miyazaki.
Saturday, 12/9 & Sunday 12/10
Set in Depression-era New York, this family classic tells the story of plucky orphan Annie, whose unwavering hope of being reunited with her parents is given new life when she's taken in by a wealthy politician and his secretary,
Saturday, December 9
Dennis Hopper directed and stars in the spiritual sequel to his own Easy Rider, chronicling the collapse of sixties idealism into the nihilistic haze of the 1980s. Originally premiered in competition for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, this 4K restoration now makes its Florida premiere.
Friday, 12/15 to Sunday, 12/17
Take a journey into the great beauty of Baroque Rome, when the city was the center of western art and where every ambitious painter, sculptor and architect had to be.
Tuesday, December 19
The spirit of Christmas becomes a musical celebration of life in this rousing Oscar-nominated adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The story follows a wealthy and miserly businessman who is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve, forcing him to confront his past, present, and future and ultimately leading to a life-changing transformation. FREE SCREENING FOR MEMBERS
Saturday, December 23
In a ruthless pursuit of the American Dream, a Cuban immigrant rises to power as a drug lord in 1980s Miami, but his insatiable ambition and violent nature threaten to consume him in a world of excess and crime. 40th Anniversary / 4K Restoration
Saturday, December 30
Director Allan Arkush's years working at Filmore East rock palace form the basis for comedy set at a trouble-plagued New Year's Eve concert. Gags fly at machine gun pace, interspersed with delightful musical numbers; superb takeoffs on Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan and Muddy Waters, plus many familiar rock stars and character actors in bits.