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AN ACTOR’S REVENGE November 16, 2019
Met Opera: Akhnaten (Live) November 23, 2019
MR. KLEIN November 23, 2019
Honey Boy November 27, 2019
Queen & Slim November 27, 2019
DREAMS November 30, 2019
Strive – Film Screening + Fundraiser for The Peale Center December 2, 2019
Fantastic Fungi December 4, 2019
DOLEMITE December 5, 2019
Waves December 6, 2019
THE DEVIL’S EYE December 7, 2019
HORSE FEATHERS December 14, 2019
Die Hard December 19, 2019
December 20, 2019
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood December 20, 2019
A Hidden Life December 20, 2019
The Third Man December 21, 2019
Uncut Gems December 24, 2019
Little Women December 25, 2019
AFTER THE THIN MAN December 28, 2019
FOOTLIGHT PARADE January 4, 2020
Just Mercy January 9, 2020
Met Opera: Wozzeck (Live) January 11, 2020
WUTHERING HEIGHTS January 18, 2020
Color Out of Space January 24, 2020
The Song of Names January 24, 2020
2020 OSCAR-Nominated Shorts — Animation January 31, 2020
2020 OSCAR-Nominated Shorts — Live Action January 31, 2020
63 Up January 31, 2020
DOWNTOWN 81 February 1, 2020
Met Opera: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Live) February 1, 2020
Dosed February 4, 2020
WINTER LIGHT February 8, 2020
The Assistant February 14, 2020
THE BLUE ANGEL February 15, 2020
The Lodge February 21, 2020
THE SILENCE February 22, 2020
Portrait of a Lady on Fire February 28, 2020
Kind Hearts and Coronets February 29, 2020
Met Opera: Agrippina (Live) February 29, 2020
Emma March 5, 2020
THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN March 7, 2020
BROKEN BLOSSOMS March 14, 2020
Met Opera: Der Fliegende Holländer (Live) March 14, 2020
The Truth April 3, 2020
Met Opera: Tosca (Live) April 11, 2020
Met Opera: Maria Stuarda (Live) May 9, 2020
Corpus Christi Coming Soon
Greed Coming Soon
The Burnt Orange Heresy Coming Soon
The Climb Coming Soon
The Traitor Coming Soon


“Kon Ichikawa's 1963 masterpiece, one of the most dazzling and stylistically audacious Japanese films ever made, has to be seen to be believed—though in Japan, interestingly enough, it's never been regarded as anything but a potboiler…. The hero is a Kabuki female impersonator out to avenge the death of his parents, and the plot more »


Met Opera: Akhnaten (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, November 23.  Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines American composer Philip Glass’s transcendent contemporary creation, with Karen Kamensek conducting.  Phelim McDermott’s stunning produ more »



“Mr. Klein…is a cool, elegantly dressed movie…It’s the story of the dandyish Robert Klein (Alain Delon), a successful upper-class entrepreneur whose life in the Nazi-occupied Paris of 1942 is probably not much different than it was before the war, except that he doesn't hesitate to deal in objets d'art being sold by Jewish refug more »


Honey Boy

A young actor's stormy childhood and early adult years as he struggles to reconcile with his father and deal with his mental health. more »


Queen & Slim

A couple's first date takes an unexpected turn when a police officer pulls them over. more »



“Grave and witty by turns, Dreams develops into a probing study of the psychology of desire. Susanne (Eva Dahlbeck), head of a modeling agency, takes her protégée Doris (Harriet Andersson) to a fashion show in Göteborg, where Susanne makes contact with a former lover, and Doris finds herself pursued by a married dignitary (Gunna more »


Fantastic Fungi

Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg, is a consciousness-shifting film that takes us on an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet, an underground network that can heal and save our planet. Through the eyes of renowned scientists and mycologists like Paul Stamets, best-selling more »



“A lasting testament to both rap pioneer / nightclub comic par excellence Rudy Ray Moore and the sun-bleached, smog-covered vistas of ‘70s L.A., Dolemite remains one of blaxploitation’s greatest achievements. more »



Traces the journey of a suburban family - led by a well-intentioned but domineering father - as they navigate love, forgiveness, and coming together in the aftermath of a loss. more »



“A seldom-shown, strikingly atypical film by Ingmar Bergman, this is a broad, rather heavy farce in which Don Juan is sent by the devil to seduce that paragon of Swedish respectability, a country parson's daughter. The first part of the film, set in a stylized hell, is a witty, arch symposium on seduction techniques, as Don Juan more »



"It's Darwin versus Huxley, but in the world of the Marx Brothers, man descends on a fireman's pole. This 1932 release was the first Marx film to take on the Depression, and the brothers manage to satirize everything from education to prostitution and bootlegging. 'Whatever it is,' Groucho cries, 'I'm against it'—which undoubted more »


Die Hard

Yippie-ki-yay. Die Hard made Bruce Willis a movie star, but his weary charisma is only part of the secret to its classic status. In addition to its genius blueprint (much borrowed in subsequent decades) and powerful narrative motor, the film boasts one of the great screen villains in the late Alan Rickman’s gleeful terrorist/th more »


The Austrian Blessed Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II. more »


A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Tom Hanks portrays Mister Rogers in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, a timely story of kindness triumphing over cynicism, based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. After a jaded magazine writer (Emmy winner Matthew Rhys) is assigned a profile of Fred Rogers, he overcomes more »


A Hidden Life

The Austrian Blessed Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II. more »


The Third Man

The British Film Institute has never compiled a 100 Most Charming Films list, but if it ever does, can The Third Man be far from the top of the list? Carol Reed’s masterpiece bears all the wry wit and Old World swagger of Anton Karas’ famous zither score as Joseph Cotton combs postwar Vienna (beautiful and foreboding in silky b more »


Uncut Gems

A charismatic New York City jeweler always on the lookout for the next big score, makes a series of high-stakes bets that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime. Howard must perform a precarious high-wire act, balancing business, family, and encroaching adversaries on all sides, in his relentless pursuit of the ultimate win. more »


Little Women

Dramatization of Louisa May Alcott's novel about the lives of the four March sisters during the American Civil War as they learn to navigate love, loss, and the trials of growing up. In Gretta Gerwig's take, the beloved story of the March sisters -- four young women each determined to live life on her own terms -- is both timele more »



If you loved The Thin Man last December, chances are good you’ll enjoy this 1936 sequel, set on New Year’s Eve. After the Thin Man sticks to the formula—party-hard quips, dog comedy, the occasional whodunit—and picks up right after the first film leaves off, as upper-crust libertines Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell and Myr more »



James Cagney made his on-screen debut as a song-and-dance man in this extravagant 1933 meta-musical. With stage shows under existential threat from the talkies, Cagney’s hustling producer carves out a survival strategy in producing mini musicals to go onstage before the feature attractions. more »


Just Mercy

A powerful and thought-provoking true story, "Just Mercy" follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson (Jordan) and his history-making battle for justice. After graduating from Harvard, Bryan might have had his pick of lucrative jobs. Instead, he heads to Alabama to defend those wrongly condemned, with the support of local advocate Eva more »


Met Opera: Wozzeck (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Berg’s Wozzeck, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, January 11.  Berg’s 20th-century shocker stars baritone Peter Mattei in the title role, with Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium and soprano Elza van den Heever as the long-suffering Marie. more »



Ingmar Bergman inaugurated his “Trilogy of Faith” in 1961 with this chamber drama about a woman (Harriet Andersson) descending into madness. more »



William Wyler’s 1939 adaptation of one of literature’s great love stories has a lot going for it, especially a chiseled young Laurence Olivier as the tempestuous Heathcliff. more »


The Song of Names

Several years after his childhood friend, a violin prodigy, disappears on the eve of his first solo concert, an Englishman travels throughout Europe to find him.  Tim Roth and Clive Owen star in an emotional detective story spread over two continents and a half century.  Beneath the film's stunning and pulsing musical revelation more »



When the Italian fascist regime wants to get an anti-fascist intellectual (Gian Maria Volantè) out of its way, it sends him to internal exile in a hilltop town in deepest Southern Italy. more »


63 Up

The latest installment of the groundbreaking, award-winning documentary series from director Michael Apted (Gorky Park, Gorillas in the Mist) returns to visit the people whose lives have been followed since they were seven. Featuring more of the original line-up than ever before, we discover what has happened to the group over t more »



“Jean-Michel is in the house.” Director Edo Bertoglio’s low-budget curio, which went unreleased until 2000, just happens to star one of the greatest painters of the last quarter of the 20th century as, essentially, himself at the time — a scuffling artist writing graffiti, trying to find a girl, and maybe sell a painting. As he more »


Met Opera: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, February 1.  The Gershwins’ modern American masterpiece has its first Met performances in almost three decades, starring bass-baritone Eric Owens and soprano Angel Blue in the title roles. more »



After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine like magic mushrooms and iboga. more »



Paul Schrader drew heavily from the middle film in Ingmar Bergman’s “Trilogy of Faith” for First Reformed. Gunnar Björnstrand plays the pastor of a dwindling congregation, brooding as he delivers the expected rites. A member of his flock (Max Von Sydow) wrestles with thoughts of self-harm due to despair over the prospect of nucl more »


The Assistant

A searing look at a day in the life of an assistant to a powerful executive. As Jane (Julia Garner) follows her daily routine, she grows increasingly aware of the insidious abuse that threatens every aspect of her position. more »



This 1930 Josef von Sternberg classic delivered Marlene Dietrich's breakout performance, but arguably it belongs to Emil Jannings. As his upright schoolteacher falls under the spell of Dietrich’s louche cabaret performer, and falls further down the rungs of society, his reduced circumstances pale next to the shame and defeat rad more »


The Lodge

A soon-to-be stepmom is snowed in with her fiancé's two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations begin to thaw between the trio, some strange and frightening events take place. Led by an impressive Riley Keough performance, The Lodge should prove a suitably unsettling destination for fans of darkly atmospheric ho more »



Ingmar Bergman concluded his “Trilogy of Faith” with the story of two sisters (Ingrid Thulin and Gunnel Lindblom) and one sister’s young son (Jörgen Lindström) traveling through an unnamed European country on the brink of war. During a purgatorial stay in an old hotel, repressed dramas surface. Before they do, Bergman lingers on more »


Portrait of a Lady on Fire

On an isolated island in Brittany at the end of the eighteenth century, a female painter is obliged to paint a wedding portrait of a young woman. A singularly rich period piece, Portrait of a Lady on Fire finds stirring, thought-provoking drama within a powerfully acted romance. more »


Kind Hearts and Coronets

Droll, dry, and inky black, this 1949 comedy returns in a new 4K restoration. Alec Guinness is stunt-cast as eight different members of the aristocratic D’Ascoyne family, yet Dennis Price owns every scene as the genteel distant relation who decides to murder his way up the family tree until he assumes the family’s dukedom. While more »


Met Opera: Agrippina (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Handel’s Agrippina, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, February 29.  As the imperious title empress, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato leads the Met premiere of Handel’s tale of deception and deceit. Harry Bicket conducts Sir David McVicar’s wry new productio more »



Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending, is reimagined in this delicious new film adaptation of EMMA. Handsome, clever, and rich, Emma Woodhouse is a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little town. In this glittering satire of social class and the pain of growing up, Emma more »



Marlene Dietrich, in her last collaboration with director Josef von Sternberg, brings her preternatural charisma to a striving Spaniard chanteuse who cavorts through the world by manipulating men with her tempestuous charms. John Dos Passos provides a script with more than its share of wit. Von Sternberg crams nearly every frame more »



D.W. Griffith’s 1919 silent film deals with a topic that was taboo a century ago: a relationship between a Chinese man (Richard Barthelmess, in yellowface) and a street urchin (Lillian Gish, a superstar of the era) on the run from her abusive father. The racial dynamics of the film are handled with all the sensitivity one would more »


Met Opera: Der Fliegende Holländer (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holländer, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, March 14.  Sir Bryn Terfel returns to the Met for the first time since 2012, as the mysterious seafarer searching for salvation.  Director François Girard, whose mesmerizing production more »


The Truth

A stormy reunion between a daughter and her actress mother, Catherine, against the backdrop of Catherine's latest role in a sci-fi picture as a mother who never grows old. more »


Met Opera: Tosca (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Puccini’s Tosca, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, April 11.  Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko appears in her 16th Live in HD transmission, taking on the soaring title diva of Puccini’s grand melodrama. Bertrand de Billy conducts Sir David McVicar’s evoc more »


Met Opera: Maria Stuarda (Live)

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, May 9.  A pseudo-historical opera about Mary, Queen of Scots, and her bitter rivalry with Queen Elizabeth I, Donizetti’s drama thrills with intense stand-offs and impressive vocal displays.  S more »


Corpus Christi

Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation in a detention center. Although his criminal record prevents him from applying to the seminary, he has no intention of giving up his dream and decides to minister a small-town parish. Led by an impressive performance from Bartosz Bielenia, Corpus Christi thoughtfully and engagingly more »



Satire about the world of the super-rich. Greed is the fictional story of a retail billionaire, set in the glamorous and celebrity-filled world of luxury fashion, which is centered around the build up to a spectacular 60th birthday party in an exclusive hotel on the Greek island of Mykonos. more »


The Burnt Orange Heresy

Hired to steal a rare painting from one of most enigmatic painters of all time, an ambitious art dealer becomes consumed by his own greed and insecurity as the operation spins out of control. The art world and the underworld collide in director Giuseppe Capotondi's elegant and erotic neo-noir thriller, The Burnt Orange Heresy. more »


The Climb

A look at the friendship between two guys that spans over many years. more »


The Traitor

THE TRAITOR tells the true story of Tommaso Buscetta, the man who brought down the Cosa Nostra. In the early 1980's, an all out war rages between Sicilian mafia bosses over the heroin trade. Tommaso Buscetta, a made man, flees to hide out in Brazil. Back home, scores are being settled and Buscetta watches from afar as his sons a more »