More 70mm coming at you with the second part of our popular film series opens
One week just wasn’t enough.
70mm film projection is something we take very seriously. It’s, in a lot of ways, the gold standard. Director’s love it. Our audiences love it. We love it. Simple, really.
After a very successful first part of our yearly 70mm Film Series, we decided that more was in order. Another full week of the best in big screen projection. We know, we know, it’s pretty great news.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW FOR 70mm FILM SERIES: PART II
Headlining this part of the series are a couple repeat fan favorites, some fresh classics for this year and a couple new titles in the mix as well. Here’s how the lineup is looking:
Starting with the Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo on Friday (11/1) night, the series brings back Quentin Tarentino’s 2019 smash hit Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for two prime-time shows on Friday and Saturday (11/2), with a screening of The Untouchables sandwiched right between.
The real highlight of the series is the Christopher Nolan double-feature to close out the series on November 7. World War II epic Dunkirk opens the evening with a second screening of Interstellar rounding out the series that evening. We are jazzed for Interstellar, everyone. You'll want to read this to get you in the mood.
Want to know the full rundown of films hitting the projector this time around? Look. No. Further.
- Vertigo, 11/1, 5:15pm
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 11/1, 9:15pm
- The Untouchables, 11/2, 3:00pm
- Once Upon a Time in Holly, 11/2, 7:00pm
- It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, 11/3, 1:30pm
- Interstellar, 11/3, 7:00pm
- Malcolm X, 11/4, 7:00pm
- Vertigo, 11/5, 7:00pm
- Lawrence of Arabia, 11/6, 7:00pm
- Dunkirk, 11/7, 5:15pm
- Interstellar, 11/7, 9:00pm
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