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Friday, 10/2 – Thursday, 10/8

Starring: Felix Römer, Imogen Kogge, Michael Maertens, Nina Hoss, Nina Kunzendorf, Ronald Zehrfeld, Trystan Pütter, Uwe Preuss

In English and German with English subtitles

Nelly, a German-Jewish nightclub singer, has survived a concentration camp, but with her face disfigured by a bullet wound. After reconstructive surgery, Nelly emerges with a new face, one similar but different enough that her former husband, Johnny, doesn’t recognize her. Rather than reveal herself, Nelly walks into a dangerous game of duplicity and disguise as she tries to figure out if the man she loves may have betrayed her to the Nazis.

AFTER IMAGES: Before the 7pm show on Friday, October 2, Professors Christophe Koné and Gail Newman from Williams College will join us for a special introduction to the film and a brief audience discussion afterwards.

AFTER IMAGES: Before the 7pm show on Monday, October 5, Professors Christophe Koné and Helga Druxes from Williams College will join us for a special introduction to the film and a brief audience discussion afterwards.

  • Director: Christian Petzold
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1 hour 38 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, History


  • Sun, 10/4 — 3 & 5:30 pm
  • Mon, 10/5 — 3 & 7 & 9:15 pm
  • Tue, 10/6 — 7 & 9 pm
  • Wed, 10/7 — 4:30 & 9:30 pm
  • Thu, 10/8 — 7 & 9 pm

“A noirish and complex emotional thriller. Hoss is incredible, playing Nelly with the shuffling gait and haunted expression of a dead woman walking.”

– Time Out London

Next Week

Mistress America

Friday, 10/9 – Thursday, 10/15

Starring: Greta Gerwig, Lola Kirke

Tracy is a lonely college freshman in New York, having neither the exciting university experience nor the glamorous metropolitan lifestyle she envisioned. But when she is taken in by her soon-to-be stepsister, Brooke – a resident of Times Square and adventurous gal about town – she is rescued from her disappointment and seduced by Brooke’s alluringly mad schemes.

  • Director: Noah Baumbach
  • Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1 hour 24 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy


  • Fri, 10/9 — 4:30 & 7 & 9 pm
  • Sat, 10/10 — 4:30 & 7 & 9 pm
  • Sun, 10/11 — 3 & 5:30 pm
  • Mon, 10/12 — 4:30 & 7 & 9 pm
  • Tue, 10/13 — 7 & 7 pm
  • Wed, 10/14 — 4:30 & 7 & 9 pm
  • Thu, 10/15 — 7 & 9 pm

“Mistress America confirms Gerwig as one of the great, fearless screen comediennes of her generation — a tall, loose-limbed whirligig who careers through scenes with the beatific ditziness of a Carole Lombard or Judy Holliday.”

– Variety

Coming Soon

Sleeping with Other People

Friday, 10/16 – Thursday, 10/22

Starring: Alison Brie, Jason Sudeikis, Natasha Lyonne, Adam Scott

Can two serial cheaters get a second chance at love? After a one-night stand in college, New Yorkers Lainey (Alison Brie) and Jake (Jason Sudeikis) meet by chance twelve years later and discover they each have the same problem: because of their monogamy-challenged ways, neither can maintain a relationship. Determined to stay friends despite their mutual attraction, they make a pact to keep it platonic, a deal that proves easier said than done.

  • Director: Leslye Headland
  • Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1 hour 41 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy


  • Fri, 10/16 — 4:30 & 7 pm
  • Sat, 10/17 — 7 pm
  • Sun, 10/18 — 3 pm
  • Mon, 10/19 — 3 & 7 pm
  • Tue, 10/20 — 7 pm
  • Wed, 10/21 — 7 pm
  • Thu, 10/22 — 7 pm

“Hilarious and emotionally alive, as delightful as a first date that crackles with possibility.”

– New York Post

Coming Soon


Friday, 10/16 – Thursday, 10/22

Starring: Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Mya Taylor

It's Christmas Eve in Tinseltown and Sin-Dee (newcomer Kitana Kiki Rodriguez) is back on the block. Upon hearing that her pimp boyfriend hasn't been faithful during the 28 days she was locked up, the working girl and her best friend, Alexandra (newcomer Mya Taylor), embark on a mission to get to the bottom of the scandalous rumor. Their rip-roaring odyssey leads them through various subcultures of Los Angeles, including an Armenian family dealing with their own repercussions of infidelity.

  • Director: Sean Baker
  • Runtime: 1 hour 28 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Comedy


  • Fri, 10/16 — 9 pm
  • Sat, 10/17 — 4:30 & 9 pm
  • Sun, 10/18 — 5:30 pm
  • Mon, 10/19 — 9 pm
  • Tue, 10/20 — 9 pm
  • Wed, 10/21 — 4:30 & 9 pm
  • Thu, 10/22 — 9 pm

“Tangerine encompasses dizzying multitudes — it’s a neo-screwball chase flick with a dash of Rainer Werner Fassbinder.”

– New York Times

Coming Soon

The Diary of a Teenage Girl

Starring: Bel Powley, Kristen Wiig, Alexander Skarsgård

Official Selections of the Sundance Film Festival and New Directors/New Films.

Like most teenage girls, Minnie Goetze is longing for love, acceptance and a sense of purpose in the world. Minnie begins a complex love affair with her mother's boyfriend, "the handsomest man in the world," Monroe Rutherford. What follows is a sharp, funny and provocative account of one girl's sexual and artistic awakening, without judgment.

  • Director: Marielle Heller
  • Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1 hour 42 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Romance

“Marielle Heller has crafted a super promising debut that evokes the idea of unlocking the secret world of teenage girls and letting us live inside the special little jewel box if ever so briefly.”

– The Playlist

Coming Soon


Starring: Jullianne Moore, Ellen Page, Steve Carell, Michael Shannon

Based on the Oscar-winning documentary of the same title, by Cynthia Wade

Decorated New Jersey police detective Laurel Hester is diagnosed with cancer and wants to leave her hard earned pension to her domestic partner, Stacie Andree. However the county officials, Freeholders, conspire to prevent Laurel from doing this. Hard-nosed detective Dane Wells and activist Steven Goldstein unite in Laurel and Stacie’s defense, rallying police officers and ordinary citizens to support their struggle for equality.

  • Director: Peter Sollett
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1 hour 43 minutes
  • Genre: Drama

Coming Soon


Starring: Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Helena Bonham Carter

Maud is a working wife and mother whose life is forever changed when she is secretly recruited to join the U.K.’s growing suffragette movement. Galvanized by the outlaw fugitive Emmeline Pankhurst, Maud becomes an activist for the cause alongside women from all walks of life.

  • Director: Sarah Gavron
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1 hour 46 minutes
  • Genre: Drama

“[Director Sarah Gavron] compliments her powerful tale with the immediacy of her filmmaking and performances on the same level. It's an unabashed message-driven story that imbues the past with modern power.”

– IndieWire

Coming Soon


Starring: Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara

Set in 1950s New York, two women from very different backgrounds find themselves in the throes of love. A young woman in her 20s, Therese Belivet, is a clerk working in a Manhattan department store and dreaming of a more fulfilling life when she meets Carol, an alluring woman trapped in a loveless, convenient marriage. As an immediate connection sparks between them, the innocence of their first encounter dims and their connection deepens. While Carol breaks free from the confines of marriage, her husband threatens her competence as a mother when Carol’s involvement with Therese and close relationship with her best friend Abby comes to light. As Carol leaves the comfort of home to travel with Therese, an internal journey of self-discovery coincides with her new sense of space.

  • Director: Todd Haynes
  • Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1 hour 58 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Romance

“Made of crystal and suppressed tears, shot eternally through windows and mirrors and half-closed doors, Todd Haynes' Carol is a love story that starts at a trickle, swells gradually to a torrent, and finally bursts the banks of your heart. A beautiful film in every way.”

– The Playlist

Coming Soon

The Danish Girl

Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander

  • Director: Tom Hooper
  • Runtime: 2 hours
  • Genre: Drama, Biography

“Director Tom Hooper and screenwriter Lucinda Coxon have delivered a cinematic landmark, one whose classical style all but disguises how controversial its subject matter still remains.”

– Variety