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Tickets $5. This weekend, we’re celebrating all things metal: from music to robots. Join us for a family screening of the classic film The Iron Giant, and get there early to have your portrait by the Selfie Bot!  🤘 🤖




The Iron Giant: In the small town of Rockwell, Maine in October 1957, a giant metal machine befriends a nine-year-old boy and ultimately finds its humanity by unselfishly saving people from their own fears and prejudices.

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Tickets $5. Step into the surreal world of The End of Evangelion with this special screening.  Delve into the depths of the human psyche alongside Shinji Ikari and the enigmatic NERV organization in a journey that blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. The iconic anime film is a visual spectacle meant for the big screen!

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Tickets $15. Get ready for a Fourth of July weekend like no other! We’re unleashing the prehistoric thrills with a colossal screening of this summer blockbuster. Join us for a dino-mite evening and celebrate the film that made us believe in the power of cinema. 

Before the T-Rex roars on screen, put your blockbuster expertise to the test with rapid-fire trivia that’ll challenge even the most seasoned movie buffs. Magnificent prizes await the victorious! 🏆 Grab your popcorn, round up your crew, and brace yourselves for a night of epic adventure, nostalgia, and summertime fun!

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Tickets $15. Continue the Godzilla birthday celebration with a spectacular assembly of kaiju! Rodan, Mothra, King Ghidorah, and many more make an appearance in this battle of the century. Local VFX supervisor and production designer Joshua Cox will give a talk before the film, in honor of Godzilla’s recent VFX Oscar win.

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Tickets $15. Happy Birthday to the King of the Monsters! The big 7-0. Celebrate the international icon’s day with a screening of his feature debut. Local VFX supervisor and production designer Joshua Cox will give a talk before the film, in honor of Godzilla’s recent VFX Oscar win.

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Tickets $15. Put your sneakers on and dance on down to the Tomorrow Theater for one of the most iconic displays of futuristic sneakers in cinema, presented in celebration of PAM’s Future Now: Virtual Sneakers to Cutting-Edge Kicks exhibition. This 1989 sequel managed to correctly predict numerous technological changes that would come to fruition 26 years later, including smart home technology, video chat systems, hands-free video games, and tablet computers with fingerprint scanners. The Nike Air Mag, depicted in Back to the Future II became an actual, self-lacing shoe in 2008, created by footwear innovators Tinker Hatfield and Tiffany Beers.

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Tickets $15. Zendaya & Timothée are cool, but have you seen David Lynch’s 1984 version of Dune, which Roger Ebert dubbed “the worst film of the year”? Come watch the original, and design your own sand art creation inspired by the golden terrain of Arrakis, the pinks and purples of a desert sky, and the cerulean blue of Spice users. 

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Tickets $25. Don’t miss this night! Celebrate the start of the Winter Light Festival with the Rainbow Dance Theatre as they showcase “iLUMiDance,” a dazzling performance that blends the magic of electro-luminescent wire with the artistry of dance and storytelling, followed by a screening of the 1982 classic Tron. Immerse yourself in a spellbinding world where light, dance, film and technology come together in a performance suitable for all ages!

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Tickets $15. Two mysterious brothers abduct a mogul during his quest for immortality. Meanwhile, a seductive woman helps them launch a journey of self-discovery.

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