"Dark Night is a gorgeous view of an American tragedy." - Indiewire Tim Sutton's film is loosely based on the 2012 shooting in Aurora, Colorado at a movie theatre playing THE DARK KNIGHT. The film examines the environment in which the teen shooter lived leading up to the fateful day when he changed the lives of strangers forever.
With a new version of “Twin Peaks” set to air on Showtime starting May 21, we’re serving up several double features pairing David Lynch’s work with other films that seem strangely connected. We serve up "pie and coffee" in the form of such favorites as BLUE VELVET, THE ELEPHANT MAN and FREAKS.
Nazis have served as all-purpose bad guys in virtually every genre of film; join us for such favorites as TO BE OR NOT TO BE, THE GREAT ESCAPE, CABARET and RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK as our heroes confront the Third Reich.
Discover the best of foreign-language cinema during our week of special screenings, January 2–6, 2017 at the Aero Theatre. Then join us for a FREE panel discussion with the filmmakers of the five nominated films, at the Egyptian Theatre on Saturday, January 7th.
Get in the holiday spirit with classics like IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed or WHITE CHRISTMAS, as well as some untraditional holiday fare like horror film JACK FROST or DIE HARD.
Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY has been dazzling viewers for nearly half a century. The visionary sci-fi epic begs to be experienced on a big screen, and there’s no better time than now, with a new 70mm print of the film struck by Warner Bros. expressly for the American Cinematheque.