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When Stéphane reconnects with her estranged billionaire father, she struggles to find her place in a world of luxury, bitter jealousies, and dark family secrets. But Stéphane also has her own secret to hide. With opening night event on Friday, September 22.

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Paint and Sip at Gables Cinema

Wednesday, September 27

Get ready to unleash your inner artist and enjoy a glass (or two) of wine at the Paint and Sip event at Gables Cinema! Click here to buy your ticket.

Man with a Movie Camera

Friday, September 29

Experience the groundbreaking brilliance of Dziga Vertov's silent masterpiece, which, through innovative editing and cinematic techniques, captures the pulse of urban Soviet life. It reveals a captivating blend of work, play, and modernity, accompanied by an orchestral score by Michael Nyman.

My Sailor, My Love

Friday, 9/29 to Thursday, 10/5

​​A former sea captain and his daughter confront their strained bond when he embarks on a romance with a widowed housekeeper.

Night at the Museum

Friday, September 29

When a down-on-his-luck divorced father takes a job as a night security guard at a museum, he discovers that the exhibits come to life after dark, leading to a whimsical adventure to restore order and uncover the magic of history. This free screening will take place at the Overtown Optimist Club. RSVP here.

Safety Last!

Saturday, September 30

Harold Lloyd's Safety Last! showcases his timeless comedic brilliance, portraying the relatable journey of a modern everyman pursuing triumph through uproarious gags and daring stunts—an enduring introduction to his genius. 100th anniversary


Saturday, September 30

Unveiling a chilling past of witch hunts, possession, and satanic rites, this exploration delves into the eerie connection between historical hysteria and psychological torment.


Sunday, October 1

Like the musical Chicago that won the Best Picture Academy Award and five other Oscars in 2002, this original film adaptation is based on the 1926 hit Broadway play by Maurine Watkins. It's a terrifically entertaining mix of humor and melodrama as well as a pungent critique of trash journalism.


Friday, 10/6 to Thursday, 10/12

Georgie, a resourceful 12-year-old living alone in London, faces a life-altering twist when her estranged father reenters her life, leading to a heartfelt and humorous exploration of family bonds.

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Friday, 10/6 to Thursday, 10/12

In the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (Helen Mirren) races against time, skepticism, and a complex alliance with US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (Liev Schreiber) to save her nation from destruction. Opening night event on Friday, October 6.

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Saturday, October 7

In a world of absolute conformity, a forbidden love challenges a totalitarian regime. 4K Restoration

The Wicker Man

Saturday, October 7

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, join Neil Howie as he investigates the disappearance of a girl on a pagan-worshipping Scottish isle. Battling beliefs and machinations, he races to rescue her from a chilling fate. 50th Anniversary / New 4K Restoration

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret

Sunday, October 8

An inspiring adaptation of Judy Blume's iconic novel, featuring an ensemble cast led by Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, and Abby Ryder Fortson, this enduring coming-of-age tale has resonated across generations.

Little Shop of Horrors

Tuesday, October 10

A nerdy orphan named Seymour discovers an exotic plant with an insatiable appetite, which saves the flower shop he works at and makes him a hero in the eyes of his co-worker crush, Audrey - until the plant's hunger turns towards her. FREE SCREENING FOR MEMBERS

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

Friday, October 13

After accidentally resurrecting the legendary killer Jason Voorhees, a determined young man must convince a skeptical town that the homicidal menace is back, while desperately trying to outwit and stop the relentless murderer on a rampage.

Le Deuxième Souffle

Friday, October 13

After a daring escape from prison, a gangster races to resume his criminal pursuits in a new city, while a relentless inspector closes in on his trail.

Landfill Harmonic

Saturday, 10/14 & Sunday, 10/15

Children living in a slum built on a landfill in Paraguay create an orchestra made of trash, The Recycled Orchestra, and tour the world, finally realizing their wildest dream: to play with the heavy metal band, Megadeth.

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24 Hours in the Life of a Clown

Saturday, October 14

A poignant short film directed by the legendary Jean-Pierre Melville. In this emotionally charged narrative, we follow the tumultuous existence of Marcel, a seasoned clown struggling to find meaning in a world overshadowed by despair.

Code Name: Melville

Saturday, October 14

Through a blend of interviews, scarce archival footage, and film excerpts, the documentary delves into the profound influence of Melville's wartime experiences on his literary works and how they fundamentally shaped his cinematic vision, both thematically and aesthetically.


Saturday, October 14

On the 45th anniversary of this iconic film, a relentless and masked killer, Michael Myers, returns to his hometown on Halloween night to terrorize and stalk a group of unsuspecting teenagers, in a suspenseful and nightmarish game of survival.

Le Silence de la Mer

Saturday, October 14

In his directorial debut, Jean-Pierre Melville crafts a haunting adaptation of an underground novel from Nazi-occupied France.

Army of Shadows

Sunday, October 15

Set in the Nazi-occupied France, a courageous group of resistance fighters, masterminded by the enigmatic Philippe Gerbier, wages a relentless battle for survival and freedom.

Bob le Flambeur

Sunday, October 15

In a high-stakes world where risks define life's ultimate gamble, an aging gambler, Bob Montagné, crafts a daring heist plan to rob a casino in Deauville.

Léon Morin, Priest

Sunday, October 15

In Nazi-occupied France, a passionate and atheistic widow, Barny, forms a complex bond with the charismatic and compassionate priest, Léon Morin.


Tuesday, October 17

A woman with a shadowy past is recruited by American intelligence to infiltrate a group of post-war Nazis in Brazil, leading to a treacherous game of espionage and romance, where trust is a luxury and betrayal is a deadly reality. Film + Conversation


Tuesday, October 17

A young bride's idyllic marriage to a wealthy widower becomes a haunting descent into jealousy and secrets as she grapples with the shadow of his deceased first wife in Alfred Hitchcock's psychological thriller.

To Catch a Thief

Wednesday, 10/18 & Thursday, 10/19

Cat burglar Cary Grant must clear his name with the help of Grace Kelly in this suspenseful thriller from Alfred Hitchcock. 4K Restoration! Film + Conversation Event on 10/18 at 6:00 pm with Dr. Christina Lane and New York Times bestselling author Laurence Leamer.

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Rear Window

Thursday, October 19

A photographer in a wheelchair confined to his apartment, becomes an unwitting voyeur, witnessing what he believes to be a murder in a neighboring apartment.

Titian: The Empire of Color

Friday, 10/20 to Sunday, 10/22

Embark on a captivating journey through the vibrant life and artistic brilliance of Titian, the extraordinary master of color and a pioneering entrepreneur.

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Friday, 10/20 to Monday, 10/23

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Park Chan-Wook's cinematic masterpiece, Oldboy returns to our screen restored and remastered in stunning 4K.

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Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Saturday, October 21

This dazzling, whip-smart remake of the 1956 spine-tingler stars Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams and Leonard Nimoy as characters caught in an eerie tale of possession by alien pod-people. New 4K Restoration

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Saturday, October 21

An unconventional hero, Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, stumbles upon Christmas Town and decides to take over the holiday, leading to a whimsically dark adventure as he tries to bring his unique spooky charm to the joyous season, risking the delicate balance between the two worlds. 30th Anniversary


Sunday, October 22

In celebration of its 15th anniversary, dive back into the enchanting and fantastic masterpiece that follows the courageous young girl Coraline as she unlocks a mysterious parallel world and confronts its sinister secrets, reminding us that even in the most wondrous places, darkness may lurk. New 4K Remaster!

Choose Me

Monday, October 23

A multi-layered, romantic comedy filled with intriguing characters interacting within a film noir web of coincidence, spontaneity and unpredictability set to the jazz sound of Teddy Pendergrass. In-person Q&A with the film's producer Carolyn Pfieffer Bradshaw.

The Return of the Living Dead

Wednesday, October 25

Two employees of a medical supply company accidentally release a toxic gas that raises up the dead. Soon the town is overrun with flesh-eating residents of the local cemetery who are hungry for brains... This free screening will take place at Gramps (176 NW 24th St.).

Shaun of the Dead

Friday, October 27

When his mundane life in London is suddenly disrupted by a zombie apocalypse, slacker Shaun must step up to protect his loved ones, including his girlfriend and his bumbling best friend, as they navigate the chaos of the undead uprising.

The Exorcist (Extended Director's Cut)

Saturday, October 28 & Tuesday, October 31

When a demon possesses an innocent young girl, her mother turns to a priest grappling with his faith, requesting him to perform the ancient rite of exorcism. 50th Anniversary / New 4K Restoration

The Graduate

Sunday, October 29

Ben Braddock (Dustin Hoffman), fresh out of college and disillusioned with life, finds himself stuck between his older lover, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), and her daughter (Katharine Ross). 4K restoration

Belle and Sebastian

Saturday, 11/11 & Sunday, 11/12

Great family entertainment with a beautiful story of friendship, a boy named Sebastian finds his soul mate in a stray dog named Belle and together they attempt to foil a Nazi plan to capture French resistance fighters.

Klimt and The Kiss

Friday, 11/17 to Sunday, 11/19

Step into the enchanting world of Gustav Klimt's masterpiece, The Kiss, as this captivating and sensuous painting takes center stage in a powerful and passionate new documentary from the team behind the box office hit Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition.

Raging Bull

Friday, November 17

Robert De Niro teams up with director Martin Scorsese to create one of cinema's eternal masterpieces. Nominated for eight Academy Awards®, including Best Picture and Best Director. New 4K Restoration

Show Boat

Tuesday, November 21

One of the greatest Broadway musicals comes to the screen in this tale of music, racial bigotry, and enduring love as outsized as the American heartland set aboard a Mississippi River show boat.


Swing Time

Sunday, November 26

A talented dancer and gambler, Lucky Garnett must make $25,000 to win back his fiancée, but his plans are derailed when he falls in love with a beautiful dance instructor in New York City.

The French Connection

Sunday, December 3

Based on a true story, this action-filled thriller, with its iconic chase scene, won five Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Actor for Gene Hackman.


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,


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

12 Angry Men

Sunday, January 7

Sidney Lumet transitioned to the big screen and created a masterpiece of nail-biting suspense and moral purpose.

Love and Death

Sunday, February 4

Woody Allen invades the spirit of Tolstoy in this hilarious spoof of 18th Century Russia, when Napoleon is preoccupied with perfecting his pastry and before Wellington markets his beef.