Programmed by Nick Quintana and Anton Yu
(A. MacLane & A. Stanton, 2016) · Everyone's favorite blue tang with short-term memory loss returns in this touching sequel to the 2003 hit Finding Nemo. Dory (voiced by Ellen Degeneres) suddenly remembers her parents and goes on a quest to a Marine Life Institute in California to find her family and discover her origins. Pixar does it again in this simultaneously adorable, funny, and tear-jerking animated film that will appeal to adults just as much as it will to children.
runtime: 110 min format: DCP
(D. Kwan & D. Scheinert, 2016) · Helmed by the music video directing duo collectively known as Daniels, this "Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie" stars Paul Dano and Radcliffe as two unlikely friends who find each other on a deserted island. On the verge of suicide, Hank kindles a glimmer of hope upon discovering Manny, a cadaverous godsend washed up on the shore. Swiss Army Man provides an unconventional and magical realist take on buddy comedies and finding your way back home.
runtime: 97 min format: DCP
(Justin Lin, 2016) · Captain Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), and the rest of the gang return to Space, the final frontier, for this action-packed continuation of the modern reimagination of Star Trek. When the USS Enterprise is hit, the crew is stranded on a hostile planet and forced to use every ounce of their ingenuity to escape and avoid another attack by Krall (Idris Elba). This box office hit will keep both veterans and new fans on the edge of their seats.
runtime: 122 min format: 35mm
(Woody Allen, 2016) · A New York boy trying to find his place in the world, Bobby Dorfman (Jesse Eisenberg) searches for a career in the Café Society of the 1930s. While exploring the thin line between the artistic aristocracy and the gangland of Hollywood, Bobby is tormented by his love for a close friend (Kristen Stewart) and struggles with the complications that ensue. Between New York and Hollywood, Bobby finds himself plagued with violence and heartbreak.
runtime: 96 min format: DCP
(James DeMonaco, 2016) · A presidential candidate hits the streets during the annual purge, a 12-hour period when all laws are suspended. The third installation in the summertime horror series is also the most accomplished, examining the racial and class implications of its Hobbesian horrorscape premise. At its best, it offers glimpses of bloodlust and sadomasochism run rampant in the streets, following in the anarchic tradition of Escape from New York and the Mad Max movies.
runtime: 105 min format: DCP
(Werner Herzog, 2016) · Werner Herzog's new documentary tackles the internet with a contagious sense of awe. Beginning with a breezy history, he moves on to explore the implications of a network that spans everything from home appliances to satellites, interviewing a panoply of experts and laypeople including those who can attest to its seductive dangers, the scientists acquainted with its fragility, and the innovators using it to develop the latest breakthroughs.
runtime: 98 min format: DCP
(King Hu, 1971) · King Hu's groundbreaking epic takes its time threading a web of high stakes political intrigue around a mysterious fugitive, erupting in a series of breathtaking battle sequences. Bloody combat at its most balletic, the famous fight scenes feature gravity-defying choreography and radical editing that culminate in a spiritually transcendent conclusion. Hu's magnum opus redefined the Chinese genre of wuxia and brought it to an international audience.
runtime: 180 min format: DCP
(Derek Cianfrance, 2016) · Emotionally numb after fighting in World War I, Tom (Michael Fassbender) finds solace as lighthouse keeper—and sole inhabitant—of an island off the coast of Australia. However, he soon falls for Isabel (Alicia Vikander), a local girl from the coast who manages to thaw his heart. But after tragedy strikes, Tom is forced to choose between Isabel's happiness and his own conscience. Main leads Fassbender and Vikander started dating off screen as well.
runtime: 130 min format: DCP
(Sang-soo Hong, 2015) · Over the course of a single day, a film director with time on his hands meets a painter and persuades her to join him in a series of cafes and bars. Comprising two nearly identical halves, the film resets midway, subtly altering each character's behavior, allowing an alternate chain of events to unfold as night falls. The conversation flows as freely as the soju in this delicately crafted meditation on romance from Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo. Please note that the second screening now begins at 9:30 PM, not 10:00 PM as previously stated.
runtime: 93 min format: DCP