Current Schedule

May
2
Mon
MY GOLDEN DAYS
May 2 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 2016) Director: Arnaud Desplechin. Screenplay by Arnaud Desplechin and Julie Peyr. Cast: Quentin Dolmaire, Lou Roy-Lecollinet, Mathieu Amalric, Dinara Droukarova, Irina Vavilova.

With the release of My Golden Days, we hope that Arnaud Desplechin, one of France’s most acclaimed directors (six of his films, including Kings and Queens, have been contenders for Cannes’ Palme d’Or), will win the same recognition on this side of the Atlantic. Playful, charming, sensuous and melancholy, My Golden Days is a coming of age movie that breezily mixes past and present. When middle-aged professor-anthropologist Paul Dedalus (Mathieu Amalric) returns to Paris after many years abroad, he is overwhelmed by memories of childhood. Although the young Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire) is challenged by the traumas of family life and the uphill battle to follow his dreams, it is his experience of first love with Esther (the charismatic Lou Roy-Lecollinet) that infuses his past with emotion. 123 min.

“an intoxicatingly realistic portrayal of the intense emotionality, the intertwined joy and pain, of first love.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times. A New York Times Critics Pick.

May
3
Tue
MY GOLDEN DAYS
May 3 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 2016) Director: Arnaud Desplechin. Screenplay by Arnaud Desplechin and Julie Peyr. Cast: Quentin Dolmaire, Lou Roy-Lecollinet, Mathieu Amalric, Dinara Droukarova, Irina Vavilova.

With the release of My Golden Days, we hope that Arnaud Desplechin, one of France’s most acclaimed directors (six of his films, including Kings and Queens, have been contenders for Cannes’ Palme d’Or), will win the same recognition on this side of the Atlantic. Playful, charming, sensuous and melancholy, My Golden Days is a coming of age movie that breezily mixes past and present. When middle-aged professor-anthropologist Paul Dedalus (Mathieu Amalric) returns to Paris after many years abroad, he is overwhelmed by memories of childhood. Although the young Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire) is challenged by the traumas of family life and the uphill battle to follow his dreams, it is his experience of first love with Esther (the charismatic Lou Roy-Lecollinet) that infuses his past with emotion. 123 min.

“an intoxicatingly realistic portrayal of the intense emotionality, the intertwined joy and pain, of first love.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times. A New York Times Critics Pick.

May
4
Wed
MY GOLDEN DAYS
May 4 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 2016) Director: Arnaud Desplechin. Screenplay by Arnaud Desplechin and Julie Peyr. Cast: Quentin Dolmaire, Lou Roy-Lecollinet, Mathieu Amalric, Dinara Droukarova, Irina Vavilova.

With the release of My Golden Days, we hope that Arnaud Desplechin, one of France’s most acclaimed directors (six of his films, including Kings and Queens, have been contenders for Cannes’ Palme d’Or), will win the same recognition on this side of the Atlantic. Playful, charming, sensuous and melancholy, My Golden Days is a coming of age movie that breezily mixes past and present. When middle-aged professor-anthropologist Paul Dedalus (Mathieu Amalric) returns to Paris after many years abroad, he is overwhelmed by memories of childhood. Although the young Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire) is challenged by the traumas of family life and the uphill battle to follow his dreams, it is his experience of first love with Esther (the charismatic Lou Roy-Lecollinet) that infuses his past with emotion. 123 min.

“an intoxicatingly realistic portrayal of the intense emotionality, the intertwined joy and pain, of first love.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times. A New York Times Critics Pick.

May
5
Thu
MY GOLDEN DAYS
May 5 @ 7:30 pm

(France, 2016) Director: Arnaud Desplechin. Screenplay by Arnaud Desplechin and Julie Peyr. Cast: Quentin Dolmaire, Lou Roy-Lecollinet, Mathieu Amalric, Dinara Droukarova, Irina Vavilova.

With the release of My Golden Days, we hope that Arnaud Desplechin, one of France’s most acclaimed directors (six of his films, including Kings and Queens, have been contenders for Cannes’ Palme d’Or), will win the same recognition on this side of the Atlantic. Playful, charming, sensuous and melancholy, My Golden Days is a coming of age movie that breezily mixes past and present. When middle-aged professor-anthropologist Paul Dedalus (Mathieu Amalric) returns to Paris after many years abroad, he is overwhelmed by memories of childhood. Although the young Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire) is challenged by the traumas of family life and the uphill battle to follow his dreams, it is his experience of first love with Esther (the charismatic Lou Roy-Lecollinet) that infuses his past with emotion. 123 min.

“an intoxicatingly realistic portrayal of the intense emotionality, the intertwined joy and pain, of first love.” – Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times. A New York Times Critics Pick.

May
6
Fri
The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2016: Live Action
May 6 @ 7:30 pm

(2015) Five Academy Award nominated short films, made in Palestine, US, UK, Kosovo and Germany.

Looking for a great Friday night out and about (and off the couch)? Drop in to Cinestudio for an evening showcasing this yearís Academy Award nominated short films, of the live action variety. The diversity = and excellence ñ is outstanding. Some of the people you will meet on screen are five nuns living on the West Bank (Ave Maria); an Afghan-American woman whose interpreting job in Afghanistan is not quite what she expected (Day One); two boys whose friendship is tested by war in Kosovo (Shok); a lonely British typographer , afraid to meet his online connection because of his (previously hidden) stuttering. (Stutterer); and a divorced German father and his 8 year old daughter, whose usual weekend together takes an unusual turn (Everything Will Be OK). 103 min.

May
7
Sat
The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2016: Animation
May 7 @ 2:30 pm

(2015) Academy Award nominated short films, from Chile, US, UK, and Russia.

Saturday afternoon watching cartoons at the local movie palace is just as much fun for the family now as it was back in the day. The Academy Award nominated animated shorts hit the sweet spot, with stories that can only be told through the magic of animation. Bear Story is the tale of a former circus bear who creates a peephole to his past. In Prologue, a fight between four ancient Spartan and Athenian warriors is witnessed by a young girl. A first generation Indian-American boy is more interested in superhero action figures than in his daily prayers in Sanjay’s Super Team. World of Tomorrow takes a girl on a fantastical trip into the future; and We Can’t Live Without Cosmos is a delightful Russian short that follows two young BFFs who will do whatever it takes to travel into the awesome wonder of space. 75 min.

TRINITY FILM FESTIVAL 2016
May 7 @ 5:00 pm

(2016) Incredibly, in only five short years, Trinity Film Festival has become a premier platform for filmmakers from colleges around the country! It’s also a celebratory evening that enables students to screen their short films in competition on Cinestudio’s big screen, engage other student filmmakers, meet industry professionals, and win cash prizes.

Beginning at 4pm with a red carpet event, followed by the screenings at 5pm, a reception at 8, and the awards ceremony at 9, the TFF is so much ‘more than just the film!’ Don’t miss a very cool evening of energy and excitement, while cheering on the filmmakers of tomorrow.

For more information, check out the website, or find TFF on Facebook.

“The fostering of film at Cinestudio has encouraged the creation of what is now one of the nation’s premiere student festivals. See you there!” – John Michael Mason, founding and current director of Trinity Film Festival.

May
8
Sun
EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
May 8 @ 2:30 pm
EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
May 8 @ 7:30 pm
May
9
Mon
EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
May 9 @ 7:30 pm
May
10
Tue
EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
May 10 @ 7:30 pm
May
11
Wed
EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
May 11 @ 7:30 pm
May
12
Thu
CRUSING
May 12 @ 7:30 pm
May
14
Sat
APRIL AND THE EXTRAORDINARY WORLD
May 14 @ 2:30 pm
May
15
Sun
Yasujirô Ozu’s LATE SPRING
May 15 @ 2:30 pm