Join us for a variety of film programming, including Late Night films and special film screenings in partnership with community organizations.

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Upcoming Films

Format: 10/17/19

Late Night Film: Well Groomed

Friday, October 18, 6:30 p.m.

Dogs and art come together in Rebecca Stern's 2019 documentary Well Groomed, which follows four champion dog groomers entering their dyed and sculpted poodles into the world of competitive creative dog grooming. 


Late Night Film: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Friday, October 18, 9:00 p.m.

In this Werner Herzog documentary, the director and a two-person crew examine some of mankind's earliest cave paintings in southern France's Chauvet Cave, which is normally closed off to public view for preservation. The film gives an unprecedented and breathtaking view of 30,000-year-old paintings that capture early man's first recording of the world around them. 


FANGORIA and the DMA Present: Mid-Century Modern Horror

Saturday, October 26, 3:30 p.m.

FANGORIA and the DMA present a day of mid-century modern horror featuring classic films from the 1950s and 60s and a special preview screening of the 2019 release In Fabric. This triple feature will explore the visual language of mid-century horror and what made this period of filmmaking unique.


Forte Film Screening

Wednesday, November 6, 11:00 a.m.

Forte is an ensemble cast documentary, directed by David Donnelly (Maestro, 2015), that challenges the popular and perhaps somewhat outdated notions of success in classical music through a fast-paced narrative of three female artists.


Late Night Film: Vision Portraits

Friday, November 15, 9:00 p.m.

Vision Portraits is the personal story of filmmaker Rodney Evans as he embarks on a scientific and artistic journey, questioning how his loss of vision might impact his creative future. Through illuminating portraits of three artistsa photographer, a dancer, and a writerthe film looks at the ways these artists were affected by vision loss and how their creative process has changed or adapted.