Featured Films

Looking! Really Looking!

The Films of Chantal Akerman

Bette and Joan

Bette & Joan

July 8 – August 28

Top Down Rooftop Cinema

Top Down Rooftop Cinema

July 14 – August 25

NWFC Student Screening – Free

Saturday, July 16 @ 4PM

Upcoming Films

Films are displayed in chronological order by screening date.

The Women

The Women

Directed by George Cukor

Next screening: Sunday, July 24 @ 7 PM

Though its focus on modern women’s lives unfortunately made The Women a relative outlier in the 1930s Hollywood pantheon, this

Jia Zhangke

Jia Zhangke: A Guy From Fenyang

Directed by Walter Salles

Next screening: Sunday, July 24 @ 4:30 pm

Jia Zhangke (Mountains May Depart, The World, Still Life) is perhaps the foremost chronicler of the sudden impact of globalism

She's Gotta Have It 3

She’s Gotta Have It

Directed by Spike Lee

Next screening: Thursday, July 28 @ 7 pm

Four years before his Oscar-nominated Do the Right Thing, Spike Lee burst onto the filmmaking scene with his frenetic and

Le Chambre

Chantal Akerman Short Films 1968-1997

Directed by Chantal Akerman

Next screening: Friday, July 29 @ 8 pm

This program presents a series of short films by Chantal Akerman from her earliest film Saute ma Ville (1968) to

A Touch of Zen

A Touch of Zen

Directed by King Hu

Next screening: Saturday, July 30 @ 7 pm

One of the legendary directors of the wuxia (ancient martial arts) film, King Hu mastered the filming of gravity-defying swordplay

The Letter

The Letter

Directed by William Wyler

Next screening: Sunday, July 31 @ 7 PM

This second adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s 1927 stage play features Bette Davis’ turn as Leslie Crosbie, an adulterous yet

The Little Foxes

The Little Foxes

Directed by William Wyler

Next screening: Monday, August 1 @ 7 PM

The Little Foxes was the final collaboration of Bette Davis and William Wyler, a tumultuous creative—and sometimes romantic—partnership that brought

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Speculation Nation

Directed by Bill Brown, Sabine Gruffat

Next screening: Tuesday, August 2 @ 7 pm

"The global financial crisis that began in 2007 battered Spain. Over a quarter of the population lost their jobs, and

Jon Behrens

Abstractions: Films by Jon Behrens

Directed by Jon Behrens

Next screening: Wednesday, August 3 @ 7 PM

A pioneer of the Northwest’s experimental film scene, Seattle filmmaker Jon Behrens has been making visually striking optically printed films

Key Largo 2

Key Largo

Directed by John Huston

Next screening: Thursday, August 4 @ 7 pm

The fourth and final Bogie and Bacall film reunited Bogart (for the third time) with his old drinking buddy and

Band of Outsiders

Band of Outsiders

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Next screening: Friday, August 5 @ 7 pm

“After the first eight minutes of Band of Outsiders, the narrator (Godard) dryly offers a recap: ‘A pile of money.

Now Voyager

Now, Voyager

Directed by Irving Rapper

Next screening: Saturday, August 6 @ 7 PM

Another film-carrying performance, another Academy Award nomination for Bette Davis—her fifth in five consecutive years—for Now, Voyager, one of the