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

Drive In at Zidell Yards

September 22-26

Upcoming Films

Films are displayed in chronological order by screening date.


The Grand Illusion

Directed by Jean Renoir

Next screening: Sunday, September 11 @ 7 pm

A humanistic, sensitive masterpiece nearly unparalleled in cinema history, Renoir’s WWI drama concerns the trials and tribulations of a group

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True Stories

Directed by David Byrne

Next screening: Thursday, August 25 @ 7 pm

With its Talking Heads soundtrack and multiple instances where characters begin to sing, it’s easy to make the assumption that True

Still from Forest For the Trees

Forest For the Trees

Next screening: Friday, August 26 @ 9pm

Over the past four years, local and international artists have created over 50 public murals in the city of Portland through

Sudden Fear

Sudden Fear

Directed by David Miller

Next screening: Friday, August 26 @ 7 PM

Joan Crawford stars alongside noir mainstays Gloria Grahame and Jack Palance (both excellent) in this suspenseful, doomed love triangle directed

Johnny Guitar

Johnny Guitar

Directed by Nicholas Ray

Next screening: Saturday, August 27 @ 4:30 PM

Widely cited as an allegory for the anti-Communist hearings overseen by the House Un-American Activities Committee that led to the

Measure of a Man

Measure of a Man

Directed by Stéphane Brizé

Next screening: Saturday, August 27 @ 7 pm

“Vincent Lindon gives his finest performance to date as unemployed everyman Thierry, who must submit to a series of quietly

Baby Jane

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Directed by Robert Aldrich

Next screening: Sunday, August 28 @ 7 PM

Robert Aldrich directs one of the most mythical productions in Hollywood history, the lone film which co-starred longtime personal and


The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Directed by John Ford

Next screening: Saturday, September 10 @ 7 pm

“This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” That most famous of lines from John


Ace in the Hole

Directed by Billy Wilder

Next screening: Sunday, September 11 @ 4:30 pm

Out-of-work newspaper reporter Chuck Tatum (a perfectly smarmy, snarling Kirk Douglas in one of his best roles) moves west to


Duck Soup

Directed by Leo McCarey

Next screening: Monday, September 12 @ 7 pm

Despite its relative box-office failure upon initial release (a fact that remains shocking to this day), Duck Soup has become


Born in Flames

Directed by Lizzie Borden

Next screening: Friday, September 16 @ 7 pm

Borden’s landmark, low-budget revolutionary treatise addresses a semi-documentary, semi-fictional parallel world to ours, where competing feminist groups wander the streets


Being There

Directed by Hal Ashby

Next screening: Saturday, September 17 @ 7 pm

In one of his most memorable roles, Peter Sellers plays Chance, a hermetic housekeeper at a wealthy man’s sprawling, lavish