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April 30 - May 20

Oscar Picks

Oscar Picks

How odd that one of — in our view — the most interesting, enlightening, and joyous of Oscar Nights would occur in a year of mass cinema closures when very few of the nominated films actually spent meaningful time in a theater. We could dedicate an entire month to all of the films that came out last year that are so very worthy of the big screen experience, but we’re happy to shine a light on these films — key Oscar winners from a most unusual ceremony and a most unusual year.

Upcoming Screenings

NOMADLAND
Now Playing

NOMADLAND

A woman in her sixties who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. Winner: Best Picture, Director (Chloé Zhao), Actress (Frances McDormand)
MINARI
Now Playing

MINARI

Amidst the instability and challenges of a new life in the rugged Ozarks, the lives of a Korean-American family are changed with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother. Winner: Actress in a Supporting Role (Yuh-Jung Youn)
ANOTHER ROUND
Sat-Sun, May 15-16

ANOTHER ROUND

Frequent collaborators Mads Mikkelsen and Thomas Vinterberg return with their best work in this comedic drama of four friends, all high school teachers, who test a theory that they will improve their lives by maintaining a constant level of alcohol in their blood. Winner: Best International Feature Film

Past Screenings

JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH
Sat-Sun, May 8-9

JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH

Daniel Kaluuya delivers an incendiary performance as Chairman Fred Hampton, whose Black Panther Party is being infiltrated by a conflicted FBI informant (LaKeith Stanfield). Winner: Supporting Actor (Daniel Kaluuya), Original Song
SOUND OF METAL
Wed, May 12 at 7:20pm

SOUND OF METAL

Here is a film that must be not only seen but heard. The story of a metal drummer (Riz Ahmed) as he navigates the onset of encroaching deafness, learning about both the experience and the culture of deafness — and confronting the gap between external sounds and that tinny inner noise he can’t shake: the sound of metal. Winner: Best Sound, Best Editing