6/24/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Creature From the Black Lagoon

(Jack Arnold, 1954) · One of the last great creature-features from Universal's golden age of horror, this classic returns to Doc's silver screen in Anaglyphic 3D (3D glasses provided)! Discovering the remains of a prehistoric amphibious creature in South America, a scientific crew searches for its existence. Their voyage leads them to a mysterious Black Lagoon - a paradise that begins to claim the crewmembers' lives when they encounter a creature lurking in its depths.

runtime: 79m format: 35mm


7/1/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

The Sadist

(James Landis, 1963) · A predecessor to Badlands and Natural Born Killers, The Sadist is loosely based on the Charles Starkweather killing spree of the late 50's. Four schoolteachers returning from a Dodgers game come across trouble when their car breaks down. Pulling into a remote wrecking yard, they soon discover the presence of the psychotic Charlie Tibbs (Arch Hall Jr.) and his crazy girlfriend. Also to note, this is the Vilmos Zsigmond's (Blow Out, The Deer Hunter) first feature as DP!

runtime: 95m format: 35mm


7/8/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:30 PM

Santa Sangre

(Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1989) · After the incantory sprawl of his previous films, Jodorowsky only just reins in his imagination with Santa Sangre, his most emotive film. Witness to his knife-thrower father's dismemberment of his cult-leader mother, committed carnival magician Fenix (Jodorowsky's son, Axel) escapes a mental asylum to save a girl from being forced into prostitution. Outside, Fenix reunites with his mother and the two tour a carnival act by day and murder women by night.

runtime: 123m format: DCP


7/15/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

David Lynch: The Art Life

(John Nguyen, Rick Barnes, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, 2016) · Where did David Lynch come from? How did the all-American boy-scout from Montana become the visionary director of the most disturbing art films of our time? This film tells the story in the man's own words, describing his dreams and memories, his agonies and ecstasies, from childhood up until the making of his first masterpiece, Eraserhead.

runtime: 93m format: DCP


7/22/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:30 PM

Imitation of Life

(Douglas Sirk, 1959) · Douglas Sirk's last film and crowning achievement, Imitation of Life stars Lana Turner and Juanita Moore as two single mothers struggling to create a future for their children. Depicting their quest to find happiness amid the discord of American society, this classic melodrama engages complex and thorny questions of race, identity, and class. Culminating in an emotional confrontation between social expectations, norms and injustice, this classic 50's tearjearker is not to be missed.

runtime: 125m format: 35mm


7/29/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:15 PM


(Argyris Papadimitropoulos, 2016) · In winter, time oozes past the sleepy island of Antiparos. But in summer, the beaches explode into a hedonistic celebration of youth. Caught in the midst of all the fun in the sun, Kostis, a middle-aged doctor, becomes enraptured by the vivacious beachgoer Anna, in all her nubile energy. A pointed look at generational gaps in culture and the unsettling power of the male gaze, Suntan follows Kostis as his curiosity towards Anna turns into obsession.

runtime: 104m format: Bluray


8/5/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

My Life as a Zucchini

(Claude Barras, 2017) · My Life as a Zucchini follows a young boy named Icare, saddled with a peculiar insistence on being called Zucchini. With his mother dead and his father out of the picture, Icare is brought to an orphanage by a police officer named Raymond, wherein he embarks on the tumultuous process of coming of age, learning how to make friends, trust others, and fall in love.

runtime: 66m format: DCP


8/12/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:30 PM


(Satyajit Ray, 1964) · Satyajit Ray, director of the canonical Apu trilogy, brings to life an earnest, intimate portrait of life in 1870s Calcutta. When he sees that his house-bound wife, Charu, is lonely, busy newspaper owner Bhupati gets his cousin Amal to keep her company. But the ensuing romance between Charu and Amal blossoms into a deeper kind of friendship. A gripping work that transcends its roots in melodrama, Charulata is Ray's personal favorite of his own films.

runtime: 117m format: 35mm


8/19/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Mifune: The Last Samurai

(Steven Okazaki, 2015) · This documentary examines the life of one of the greatest and most iconic actors of all time: Toshiro Mifune, who lent his striking visage and presence to over 15 films, many of which are today recognized as canonical classics. Perhaps best known for his fruitful collaborations with Akira Kurosawa, Mifune is renowned and remembered for such famous characters as Kikuchiyo in Seven Samurai, Sanjuro Kuwabatake in Yojimbo, and Tajomaru in Rashomon.

runtime: 80m format: DCP


8/26/2017 @ 7:00 PM 9:15 PM

Blue Hawaii

(Norman Taurog, 1961) · Come enjoy the end of the summer with The King! Returning home to Hawaii, Ex-G.I. Chad Gates (Elvis Presley) defies his parents' wishes to join the family pineapple company by instead taking comfort in relaxing on the sandy shores and giving tours. Join us as Elvis serenades the audience with "Rock-A-Hula Baby", "Can't Help Falling In Love" and more! Fun, romantic, and easy-going, Blue Hawaii is the perfect way to close out summer with a smile!

runtime: 102m format: 16mm


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