Current Schedule

May
22
Mon
2017
SONG TO SONG
May 22 @ 7:30 pm

(US, 2017) Written and directed by Terrence Malick. Cinematography: Cast: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Holly Hunter.

Terrence Malick, the brilliant director who famously took a 20-year hiatus between making Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line, spent his years out of the spotlight in the musical haven that is Austin, Texas. His new movie is fully immersed in the music and free-flowing life of his adopted city. Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling star as aspiring singer/songwriters who fall passionately in love. Which would be fine, if Mara wasn’t also involved with Cook (Michael Fassbender), the charismatic record executive who manages both of their careers. Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Flea and others turn up to inject some authenticity into this insanely gorgeous collection of images by a master filmmaker.

“An overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience…a sort of cinematic Impressionism that locates an indelible force of light and detail in the stuff of daily life.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker. 129 min.

May
23
Tue
2017
SONG TO SONG
May 23 @ 7:30 pm

(US, 2017) Written and directed by Terrence Malick. Cinematography: Cast: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Holly Hunter.

Terrence Malick, the brilliant director who famously took a 20-year hiatus between making Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line, spent his years out of the spotlight in the musical haven that is Austin, Texas. His new movie is fully immersed in the music and free-flowing life of his adopted city. Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling star as aspiring singer/songwriters who fall passionately in love. Which would be fine, if Mara wasn’t also involved with Cook (Michael Fassbender), the charismatic record executive who manages both of their careers. Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Flea and others turn up to inject some authenticity into this insanely gorgeous collection of images by a master filmmaker.

“An overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience…a sort of cinematic Impressionism that locates an indelible force of light and detail in the stuff of daily life.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker. 129 min.

May
24
Wed
2017
SONG TO SONG
May 24 @ 7:30 pm

(US, 2017) Written and directed by Terrence Malick. Cinematography: Cast: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Holly Hunter.

Terrence Malick, the brilliant director who famously took a 20-year hiatus between making Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line, spent his years out of the spotlight in the musical haven that is Austin, Texas. His new movie is fully immersed in the music and free-flowing life of his adopted city. Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling star as aspiring singer/songwriters who fall passionately in love. Which would be fine, if Mara wasn’t also involved with Cook (Michael Fassbender), the charismatic record executive who manages both of their careers. Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Flea and others turn up to inject some authenticity into this insanely gorgeous collection of images by a master filmmaker.

“An overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience…a sort of cinematic Impressionism that locates an indelible force of light and detail in the stuff of daily life.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker. 129 min.

May
25
Thu
2017
GLORY (Slava)
May 25 @ 7:30 pm

(Bulgaria/Greece, 2016) Directors: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov. Screenplay by Grozeva, Valchanov and Decho Taralezhkov. Cast: Margita Gosheva, Stefan Denolyubov, Kitodar Todorov, Milko Lazarov.

The last time Bulgarian directors Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov worked with actress Margita Gosheva, their film (The Lesson) won the Best Directing and Best Actress Awards the Toronto Film Festival. Their new movie is a bittersweet comedy about the clash between Bulgaria’s rural society, and the movers and shakers who want a more lucrative future, tradition be damned. Margita Gorsheva plays a Ministry PR Head who sets up a televised ceremony to bestow a cheap watch on the isolated railroad linesman (Stefan Denolybov) who turned in a pile of cash he found on the train. When the linesman realizes that the Minister has walked off with his own watch, a valuable family heirloom, he sets off to slay the Goliath of epidemic corruption.

“Margita Gosheva is furiously watchable. A jet black comedy of desperation.” ✰✰✰✰ – Mark Kermode, The Guardian. 101 min.

May
26
Fri
2017
GLORY (Slava)
May 26 @ 7:30 pm

(Bulgaria/Greece, 2016) Directors: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov. Screenplay by Grozeva, Valchanov and Decho Taralezhkov. Cast: Margita Gosheva, Stefan Denolyubov, Kitodar Todorov, Milko Lazarov.

The last time Bulgarian directors Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov worked with actress Margita Gosheva, their film (The Lesson) won the Best Directing and Best Actress Awards the Toronto Film Festival. Their new movie is a bittersweet comedy about the clash between Bulgaria’s rural society, and the movers and shakers who want a more lucrative future, tradition be damned. Margita Gorsheva plays a Ministry PR Head who sets up a televised ceremony to bestow a cheap watch on the isolated railroad linesman (Stefan Denolybov) who turned in a pile of cash he found on the train. When the linesman realizes that the Minister has walked off with his own watch, a valuable family heirloom, he sets off to slay the Goliath of epidemic corruption.

“Margita Gosheva is furiously watchable. A jet black comedy of desperation.” ✰✰✰✰ – Mark Kermode, The Guardian. 101 min.

May
27
Sat
2017
GLORY (Slava)
May 27 @ 2:30 pm

(Bulgaria/Greece, 2016) Directors: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov. Screenplay by Grozeva, Valchanov and Decho Taralezhkov. Cast: Margita Gosheva, Stefan Denolyubov, Kitodar Todorov, Milko Lazarov.

The last time Bulgarian directors Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov worked with actress Margita Gosheva, their film (The Lesson) won the Best Directing and Best Actress Awards the Toronto Film Festival. Their new movie is a bittersweet comedy about the clash between Bulgaria’s rural society, and the movers and shakers who want a more lucrative future, tradition be damned. Margita Gorsheva plays a Ministry PR Head who sets up a televised ceremony to bestow a cheap watch on the isolated railroad linesman (Stefan Denolybov) who turned in a pile of cash he found on the train. When the linesman realizes that the Minister has walked off with his own watch, a valuable family heirloom, he sets off to slay the Goliath of epidemic corruption.

“Margita Gosheva is furiously watchable. A jet black comedy of desperation.” ✰✰✰✰ – Mark Kermode, The Guardian. 101 min.

GLORY (Slava)
May 27 @ 7:30 pm

(Bulgaria/Greece, 2016) Directors: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov. Screenplay by Grozeva, Valchanov and Decho Taralezhkov. Cast: Margita Gosheva, Stefan Denolyubov, Kitodar Todorov, Milko Lazarov.

The last time Bulgarian directors Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov worked with actress Margita Gosheva, their film (The Lesson) won the Best Directing and Best Actress Awards the Toronto Film Festival. Their new movie is a bittersweet comedy about the clash between Bulgaria’s rural society, and the movers and shakers who want a more lucrative future, tradition be damned. Margita Gorsheva plays a Ministry PR Head who sets up a televised ceremony to bestow a cheap watch on the isolated railroad linesman (Stefan Denolybov) who turned in a pile of cash he found on the train. When the linesman realizes that the Minister has walked off with his own watch, a valuable family heirloom, he sets off to slay the Goliath of epidemic corruption.

“Margita Gosheva is furiously watchable. A jet black comedy of desperation.” ✰✰✰✰ – Mark Kermode, The Guardian. 101 min.

May
28
Sun
2017
NT LIVE: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Encore)
May 28 @ 1:00 pm

(U.K., 2017) Director: James MacDonald. Stage play by Edward Albee. Cast: Imelda Staunton, Conleth Hill, Imogen Poots, Luke Treadaway.

Don’t miss National Theater Live’s new production, from the Harold Pinter Theatre in London! Many believe that Edward Albee – a onetime Trinity College student – based some of this devastating look at academic life on his years in Hartford. Set on the campus of an unnamed college, the action begins as Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, invites a new professor and his wife home for drinks. As the alcohol flows, the young couple is drawn into George and Martha’s games, until dawn appears in a toxic vortex of truth-telling. The amazing cast includes Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake, Gypsy); Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones); Luke Treadaway (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and Imogen Poots (Jane Eyre). “Imelda Staunton is all of five feet but her performance as Martha – one of the greatest feats of acting I have witnessed – is immense.” Paul Taylor, The Independent. 180 min.

PANIQUE
May 28 @ 4:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.

PANIQUE
May 28 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.

May
29
Mon
2017
PANIQUE
May 29 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.

May
30
Tue
2017
PANIQUE
May 30 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.

May
31
Wed
2017
PANIQUE
May 31 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.

Jun
1
Thu
2017
PANIQUE
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 1947) Written and directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Cast: Michel Simon, Viviane Romance, Paul Bernard.

You don’t have to wait until next year’s April in Paris Festival to see a brand new restoration of a classic French movie at Cinestudio! Director Julien Duvier, who spent World War II in Hollywood, returned to Paris to make a Georges Simenon mystery with disturbing relevance to the Nazi Occupation. A shy middle-aged Jewish man, Monsieur Hire, falls in love with Alice, a beautiful young woman who has just been released from prison after taking the fall for her murderous lover, Alfred. As Monsieur Hire (Michel Simon) exchanges secrets with the bewitching Alice, she and the sociopathic Alfred whip up suspicion in the neighborhood about their unsuspecting prey.
“It’s a joy to watch…it’s not panic; it’s a kind of monstrous ecstasy. And it’s this unsettling quality that renders Panique unforgettable.” – Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice. 90 min.