The Fall 2021 Season begins October 13!
We’ll be back, in-person, in the Main Hall at The Picture House on Wednesday, October 13 at 7:30. As always, you will not know the name of the film or our special guest until you arrive at the theater. You will know the name of our new critic-in-residence/film club host … but not until Monday, September 27 when tickets become available for Winter 2020 subscribers to renew their seats.
Any remaining seats will be available to Picture House members on Wednesday, October 5th.
Please Note: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required at all film club screenings.
Fall 2021 Film Club dates:
October 13, 20, 27, November 3, 10, 17
Winter 2021 Film Club
Every Wednesday for six weeks in February and March, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the film industry’s biggest players. This Winter we were joined by:
Director Azazel Jacobs, French Exit
Director/Actor Viggo Mortensen and Actor Lance Henricksen, Falling
Director Kevin Macdonald, The Maurianian
Director Nick Jarecki, Crisis
Director Philippe Falardeau and Author Joanna Rakoff, My Salinger Year
Director Epsen Sandberg, Amundsen
Fall 2020 Film Club
Every Wednesday for six weeks in October and November, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the film industry’s biggest players. This fall we were joined by:
Daniel Lombroso, White Noise
Joe Mantegna, Things Change
Joe Mantello, Brian Hutchison, and Robin de Jesus, The Boys in the Band
George Gallo, The Comeback Trail
Sam Bisbee, Farewell Amor
Dana Nachman, Dear Santa
Spring 2020 Film Club
Every Wednesday for six weeks in May and June, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the Film Industry’s biggest players. This spring we were joined by:
Paul Giamatti, The Illusionist
Rod Lurie, The Contender
Todd Lieberman, The Muppets
Griffin Dunne, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold
Greg Berlanti, The Broken Hearts Club, A Romantic Comedy
John Hamburg, Safe Men
ABOUT FILM CLUB
There are three seasons for Film Club – Fall, Winter, and Spring. Subscribers to each season see six films – usually films that have yet to open, with the occasional classic thrown in.