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Upcoming Films
A Man Called Otto (Pelham)
February 9th, 2023 A Man Called Otto (Pelham)

"...a cozy crowd-pleaser." — Washington Post

Based on the comical and moving New York Times bestseller, A Man Called Otto tells the story of Otto Anderson (Tom Hanks), a grumpy widower whose only joy comes from criticizing and judging his exasperated neighbors. When a lively young family moves in next door, he meets his match in quick-witted and very pregnant Marisol, leading to an unexpected friendship that will turn his world upside-down.

The Fabelmans (Pelham)
February 10th - 16th, 2023 The Fabelmans (Pelham)

Nominated for 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Original Screenplay

"Mr. Spielberg sends us on our way with a smile, and with great gratitude for everything he’s given us over these last 50 years." — Washington Post

 The Fabelmans is a coming-of-age story is directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg. Growing up in post-World War II era Arizona, young Sammy Fabelman falls in love with the movies after seeing The Greatest Show on Earth. As an adolescent, Sammy discovers a shattering family secret and explores how the power of films can help him see the truth. Staring Michelle Williams and Paul Dano and co-written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner.

Living (Pelham)
February 10th - 12th, 2023 Living (Pelham)

Nominated for two Academy Awards: Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay

"Bill Nighy delivers a master class in acting as a stifled Brit bureaucrat who decides to seize the day before it's too late." — ABC News

Living is the story of an ordinary man, Williams (Bill Nighy, EMMA., About Time) reduced by years of oppressive office routine to a shadow existence, who at the eleventh hour makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful.

No Bears (Pelham)
February 10th - 16th, 2023 No Bears (Pelham)

"If watching a Jafar Panahi film is something of a political act, then it is also a soul-nourishing one." — The Globe and Mail

No Bears follows two parallel love stories in which the partners are thwarted by hidden, inevitable obstacles, the force of superstition, and the mechanics of power.

Do the Right Thing (Pelham)
February 12th, 2023 Do the Right Thing (Pelham)

Set on one block of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood, at the height of summer, this 1989 masterpiece by Spike Lee confirmed him as a writer and filmmaker of peerless vision and passionate social engagement. Over the course of a single day, the easygoing interactions of a cast of unforgettable characters give way to heated confrontations as tensions rise along racial fault lines, ultimately exploding into violence. Punctuated by the anthemic refrain of Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power,” Do the Right Thing is a landmark in American cinema, as politically and emotionally charged and as relevant now as when it first hit the big screen.

Celebrate Black History Month with special screenings at The Picture House. In lieu of set-price tickets, entry to this film is based on a pay-what-you-can donation. Tickets can be reserved in advance, and donations can be made online. You can also get day-of entry. Donations will be accepted at the theater on the day of the screening.

Till (Bronxville)
February 13th, 2023 Till (Bronxville)

“Till” is a work of mighty cinematic portraiture, with a range of closeups of Mamie that infuse the film with an overwhelming combination of subjective depth and an outward sense of purpose. — The New Yorker

Till is a profoundly emotional and cinematic film about the true story of Mamie Till Mobley's relentless pursuit of justice for her 14 year old son, Emmett Till, who, in 1955, was brutally lynched while visiting his cousins in Mississippi. In Mamie's poignant journey of grief turned to action, we see the universal power of a mother's ability to change the world.

Celebrate Black History Month with special screenings at The Picture House. In lieu of set-price tickets, entry to this film is based on a pay-what-you-can donation. Tickets can be reserved in advance, and donations can be made online. You can also get day-of entry. Donations will be accepted at the theater on the day of the screening.

February Break Camp 2023 (Pelham)
February 21st, 2023 February Break Camp 2023 (Pelham)

Get behind the camera to create the trailer for a feature film in this 4-day camp! Working both as a whole class and in small groups, campers will come up with the idea for a new feature film — and then make a movie trailer for that film! Camp is a fun and collaborative environment where students learn about genre, character development, camera work, acting, and directing. The finished trailers will be featured on the big screen in the annual Picture House Student Film Showcase!

Tuesday, February 21st – Friday, February 24th

9am-2pm

$400/student; $360/members

Grades K-5

February Break Camp 2023 (Bronxville)
February 21st, 2023 February Break Camp 2023 (Bronxville)

Get behind the camera to create the trailer for a feature film in this 4-day camp! Working both as a whole class and in small groups, campers will come up with the idea for a new feature film — and then make a movie trailer for that film! Camp is a fun and collaborative environment where students learn about genre, character development, camera work, acting, and directing. The finished trailers will be featured on the big screen in the annual Picture House Student Film Showcase!

Tuesday, February 21st – Friday, February 24th

9am-2pm

$400/student; $360/members

Grades K-5

Music That Made the Movies: The Oscars (Pelham)
March 10th, 2023 Music That Made the Movies: The Oscars (Pelham)

Enjoy a golden night of music on Oscars weekend! Hear songs that have been nominated throughout the history of the Academy Awards, performed by musicians from Westchester and beyond.

Featuring Janine LaManna, Andrew Wood, Monica Uhm, Steve Leisman, Valerie Lemon and more to be announced soon! All artists backed by Collateral Damage.

Ithaka With Post Film Q&A (Bronxville)
March 19th, 2023 Ithaka With Post Film Q&A (Bronxville)

Post screening in person Q&A with subject of film John Shipton and producer Gabriel Shipton.

Filmed over two years across the UK, Europe and the US, this documentary follows 76 year-old retired builder, John Shipton’s tireless campaign to save his son, Julian Assange (Julian Assange's father and brother).

The world’s most famous political prisoner, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, has become an emblem of an international arm wrestle over freedom of journalism, government corruption and unpunished war crimes.
Now with Julian facing a 175 year sentence if extradited to the US, his family members are confronting the prospect of losing Julian forever to the abyss of the US justice system.