Tickets still available for Miracle on 34th Street!

Now Playing • Dec 12–Dec 20

The Favourite

England is at war with the French. Nevertheless, duck racing and pineapple eating are thriving. A frail Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) occupies the throne and her friend Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) governs the country while tending to Anne’s ill health and mercurial temper. When a new servant Abigail (Emma Stone) arrives, Sarah takes her under her wing and Abigail sees a chance at a return to her aristocratic roots.

Now Playing • Dec 14–Dec 20

At Eternity's Gate

At Eternity’s Gate is a journey inside the world and mind of a person who, despite skepticism, ridicule, and illness, created some of the world’s most beloved and stunning works of art. This is not a forensic biography but scenes based on Vincent van Gogh’s (Willem Dafoe) letters, common agreement about events in his life that present as facts, hearsay, and moments that are just plain invented.

Now Playing • Dec 18

Tongues Untied

Join us for a compilation of works by pioneering filmmaker Marlon Riggs, exploring Black, gay male identity and confronting HIV/AIDS. Marlon Riggs was dedicated to documenting the urgency of the AIDS epidemic in African American communities. He died of HIV/AIDS in 1994.

Featuring Anthem, Affirmations, Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regret), and Tongues Untied.

This film is part of our "OUT Here" series.

Stay after the screening for a talkback discussion with K. Allen Campbell (Chair of the SC HIV Task Force Board of Directors and Chair of the SC MSM Workgroup), Gerald McNair (Adodi Advisory Board Member), and Nathaniel Naomi Simmons-Thorne (Center for Social Equity). 

Coming Soon • Dec 19

La Negrada

Shot entirely in small towns throughout Oaxaca’s Costa Chica, LA NEGRADA employed local non-professional actors to tell the story of two women, Juana and Magdalena, romantically involved with the same man, Neri.

Please join us after the screening for a talkback with Mijane Jiménez (President, Mano Amiga de la Costa Chica A.C.) and Dr. Kimberly Simmons (Professor of Anthropology at USC whose research is on African Diasporas in Latin America and the Caribbean).

This film is part of our Foreign Focus series.

Coming Soon • Dec 20

Mary Queen of Scots

Queen of France at 16, at 18 Mary (Saoirse Ronan) is widowed, defies pressure to remarry and instead returns to her native Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. By birth, Mary has a claim to the throne England's Queen, Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie). To secure their thrones, the Queens make very different choices––betrayal, rebellion, and conspiracies within each court drive them apart and each woman experiences the bitter cost of power.  

Additional tickets for this film go on sale Monday, December 17. 

Coming Soon • Dec 24

Miracle on 34th Street

Doris (Maureen O’Hara), a hard-working realist, hires Kris Kringle as Macy’s resident Santa. Kris becomes a hit with the company and shoppers alike––even Doris’s no-nonsense daughter (Natalie Wood) is won over. However, jealous co-workers aren’t so charmed by Kris’s insistence that he is the real Santa Claus, and soon he’s involved in a court battle to prove his sanity.

$5 tickets for children 12 and under. 

Coming Soon • Dec 26

Die Hard

DIE HARD blasts onto the Nickelodeon's screen for its 30th anniversary!

John McClane is a New York cop visiting Los Angeles for his wife's business Christmas party. Unfortunately for the party goers, the building happens to contain a vault with $640 million cash locked inside, and German terrorist Hans Gruber has his eyes on that prize. After taking the building and everyone inside hostage, Gruber and 11 of his terrorist buddies have to face their toughest challenge yet: a one-man-army by the name of John McClane. Yippee ki-yay!

Coming Soon • Jan 8

¡Las Sandanistas!

The young Sandinista revolutionaries defeated Somoza, a notoriously despotic and corrupt tyrant, in 1979, taking control of Nicaragua until 1990. For nearly a decade they fought a civil war with the US-backed “Contras,” lost a 1990 election and then resurfaced in 2006. While up to 30% of the rebel combatants were female (peasants, housewives, and intellectuals), women were systematically denied meaningful roles in the newly formed government. Today, they testify to staggering levels of violence against women in Nicaragua. ¡LAS SANDINISTAS! gives a vibrant voice to their story: combining archival footage of teenage girls toting AK-47s with the women they’ve become who declare unequivocally: “We have to make the revolution all over again.”

This film is part of our "For the Record" series.

Coming Soon • Jan 9

Burning

A searing examination of Jongsu (Ah-in Yoo), a frustrated introvert whose already difficult life is complicated by two new friends: Haemi (Jong-seo Jun), a spirited woman who offers romantic possibility, and Ben (Steven Yeun, The Walking Dead, Sorry to Bother You), a wealthy and sophisticated young man Haemi brings home from a trip. When Jongsu learns of Ben’s mysterious hobby and Haemi suddenly disappears, his confusion and obsessions begin to mount. 

This film is part of our Foreign Focus series.

Coming Soon • Jan 11

If Beale Street Could Talk

In the early 1970s, Harlem daughter and wife-to-be Tish (KiKi Layne) vividly recalls the passion, respect, and trust that have connected her and her artist fiancé Alonzo Hunt (Stephan James), who goes by the nickname Fonny. Friends since childhood, the devoted couple dream of a future together, but their plans are derailed when Fonny is arrested for a crime he did not commit.

Based on the novel by James Baldwin; from the director of Moonlight.

Tickets for this film go on sale January 7. 

Coming Soon • Jan 12

NY Int'l Children's Film Festival | Kids Flicks Two

Kid Flicks Two offers clever, thought-provoking films sure to inspire audiences ages 8+ to expand their horizons. In the Grand Prize award-winner Game (USA), AJ has the drive to excel but must push through obstacles to get there. Meanwhile, teamwork takes on different stripes when an odd couple of bears are forced to work together in the hilarious stop-motion short Poles Apart (UK). Plus, the CG-animated wonder Gokurōsama (France) bridges cultures and generations by showing us that even in an automated age, a little human touch can still work wonders.