One of the best films of all time. The screenplay by veteran screenwriter, Herman Mankiewicz --"MANK"-- won its only Oscar.

Orson Welles' first feature film -- which he directed, produced, and co-wrote, as well as playing the title role -- proved to be his most important and influential work, a ground-breaking drama loosely based on the life of William Randolph Hearst which is frequently cited as the finest American film ever made.

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Tickets are FREE with a non-perishable food donation at the door, or buy a ticket ahead of time and we will donate the amount to the FOOD SHARE!

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December 17 @ 1:15 pmBUY TICKETS
December 24 @ 6:30 pmBUY TICKETS
From Here to Eternity

“1943. Private Robert Lee Prewitt arrives by Army transfer at Schofield, Hawaii. His new Sargeant knows of his boxing prowess, but when Hewitt won't fight for the unit, the officer makes his life hell. Meanwhile, the officer's wife starts an affair with his second in command, 1st Sgt Warden.

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It's our Birthday! Come celebrate with a screening of the first movie we ever showed, Casablanca!

Join us for a special screening of Casablanca to celebrate our 38th birthday! We're bringing it back to 1985 with prices!

$2.75 for Members

$3.75 for Non-Members

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"Incredibly funny but also one of the saddest, sharpest and, hell, downright educational movies ever made. This is and always will be a perfect dark comedy and a student staple.” - Empire

“It's London in the late-60s and two young actors living on the edge of reality decide to go for a small retreat in the countryside. The rest is history...

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Celebrate the holidays with this classic Princess screening!

Having won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay at the 1944 Academy Awards, it is easy to see how this film, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman is consistently considered a classic. Acting out a tortured relationship of love and virture, this pair is iconic in these roles. This 1942 tale of love and war has never ceased to enthrall.

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The African Queen

“What is the idea behind John Huston's 1951 adventure-romance other than putting Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn on a riverboat in Africa and see what happens? The world becomes reduced to the clanky titular ship and the passing jungle, an elemental landscape in which Bogart's worldly wisecracks and Hepburn's clipped pronouncements can flourish.

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Bogart plays a cold-hearted tycoon whose sole companion in life is The Wall Street Journal. Holden is his wastrel brother, and Hepburn the chauffeur's daughter. Yes, you've guessed what happens. Holden fools around with her, she attempts suicide, is sent to France, returns to melt Bogart's heart, and Holden is left to chair the board.

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The Yearly tradition is back! See a fan favourite holiday movie and do some good! 

Tickets are FREE with a non-perishable Food Bank Donation at the door! Please reserve a seat - this screening will sell out!

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Breakfast at Tiffany's

“Breakfast at Tiffany's is a prime example of a film that can split the audience from the critics. While it seems to spell magic for many, it is a movie that leaves itself open for vilification. Our two romantic have questionable morals. Mickey Rooney is made-up as a Japanese caricature that sledgehammers through political correctness.

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