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CODA

Opens Friday, August 20

Seventeen-year-old Ruby (Emilia Jones, High Rise, Locke & Key) is the sole hearing member of a Deaf family—a CODA, child of deaf adults. Her life revolves around acting as interpreter for her parents (Troy Kotsur

Friday, August 20

7:30pm

Sunday, August 22

6:30pm

Monday, August 23

7:30pm

Tuesday, August 24

7:30pm

Wednesday, August 25

7:30pm

Friday, August 27

7:30pm

Saturday, August 28

4:15pm 7:30pm

Sunday, August 29

6:00pm

Monday, August 30

7:30pm

Tuesday, August 31

7:30pm

Because of Sam

Saturday, July 31

Because of Sam is an uplifting, independent documentary film about the inspirational life of Tampa native and PDQ (People Dedicated to Quality) Team Member, Sam Piazza, who was born with Down syndrome. The film transforms

TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON Frenemies is a full-length documentary that tells the story of the close yet conflicted relations between the United States and Cuba from the 1950s to the present. How much longer can this

Saturday, October 16

2:00pm

Nine Days

Opens Friday, August 6

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it’s something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps

Friday, August 06

7:30pm

Saturday, August 07

4:15pm 7:30pm

Sunday, August 08

6:30pm

Monday, August 09

7:30pm

Tuesday, August 10

7:30pm

Wednesday, August 11

7:30pm

Friday, August 13

7:30pm

Saturday, August 14

7:30pm

Sunday, August 15

6:30pm

Monday, August 16

7:30pm

Tuesday, August 17

7:30pm

Summertime

Coming Soon

A lo-fi, high-ingenuity collaborative endeavor between director Carlos Lopéz Estrada (Blindspotting) and more than two dozen Angelenos from underrepresented backgrounds — female, black, Latinx, Korean American, queer — this fleet-footed, kaleidoscopic showcase was inspired by

Saturday, August 14

4:30pm

Wednesday, August 18

7:30pm

Director Morgan Neville, with Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (the highest-grossing biographical doc of all time) and 20 Feet From Stardom (winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature) under his belt, certainly knows

Monday, August 02

Tuesday, August 03

7:30pm

Wednesday, August 04

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Jurassic Park

July 25 and 29

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! The interesting thing about seeing Jaws (Steven Spielberg’s other best film about big-toothed animals devouring people in an otherwise idyllic vacation-land) so many years after

Summer Classics

The Black Pirate

August 29 and September 2

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Douglas Fairbanks was the finest and most famous action movie star of the silent film era. Robin Hood, The Thief of Bagdad, The Mark of

Sunday, August 29

3:00pm

Thursday, September 02

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Casablanca

August 22 and 26

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Casablanca lands so routinely in listings of the top two or three movies of all time, it’s become almost boring to call it great. It’s

Sunday, August 22

3:00pm

Thursday, August 26

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Young Frankenstein

August 15 and 19

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! In 1974, Mel Brooks got together a bunch of his funniest friends and made a send-up of a film genre that he loved as a

Sunday, August 15

3:00pm

Thursday, August 19

7:30pm