Weekend Matinees at 11:30am

<cite>Some Like It Hot</cite>

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Sat 2 Jul


Sun 3 Jul

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Some Like It Hot [35mm]

directed by Billy Wilder in English starring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis (1959)

“Nobody’s perfect,” but Billy Wilder’s boundary-breaking comedy just may be. On the run from the mob, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis join Marilyn Monroe’s all-girl band — dressed in drag. Ranked as The Funniest American Film of All Time by the American Film Institute.

<cite>Eat That Question - Frank Zappa In His Own Words</cite>

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Sat 2 Jul


Sun 3 Jul

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Eat That Question - Frank Zappa In His Own Words

directed by Thorsten Schütte in English starring Frank Zappa (2016)

An intimate encounter with the iconoclastic composer and musician. Rare archival footage reveals a provocative 20th century musical genius whose worldview reverberates into the present day and beyond.

“Commemorates one of the rock era's most idiosyncratic star musicians” —Variety

<cite>Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse</cite>

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Sat 16 Jul


Sun 17 Jul

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Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

directed by David Bickerstaff in English (2016)

Claude Monet was an avid horticulturist and arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, but he was not alone. Great artists like Van Gogh, Bonnard, Sorolla, Sargent, Pissarro and Matisse all saw the garden as a powerful subject for their art. These great artists, along with many other famous names, feature in an innovative and extensive exhibition from The Cleveland Museum of Art and The Royal Academy, London.

<cite>Niagara</cite>

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Sat 30 Jul


Sun 31 Jul

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Niagara

directed by Henry Hathaway in English starring Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters (1953)

“Niagara Falls and Marilyn Monroe—The Two Most Electrifying Sights in the World!” screamed the studio’s ads for this sexually charged Technicolor noir. Monroe is a too-hot-to-handle wife who enflames her husband’s jealousy during a vacation at the famous falls . . . with murderous results. Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters, and one of the world’s majestic natural wonders all play second fiddle to Marilyn, whose larger-than-life allure still leaps off the screen 60 years after this film was originally released.

<cite>Gentlemen Prefer Blondes</cite>

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Sat 6 Aug


Sun 7 Aug

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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

directed by Howard Hawks in English starring Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn (1953)

Two American showgirls in the mood for love board a luxury liner to Paris. Engaged to be married, fair-haired Lorelei (Marilyn Monroe) is unknowingly tracked by a private investigator who was hired by her future father-in-law. But the detective only has eyes for her brunette friend, Dorothy (Jane Russell). Featuring the beefcake-filled “Anyone Here for Love” number and of course the iconic “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

<cite>Teatro alla Scala: The Temple of Wonders</cite>

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Sat 13 Aug


Sun 14 Aug

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Teatro alla Scala: The Temple of Wonders

in English (2016)

Built between 1776 and 1778, the year of its inauguration, the teatro alla Scala in Milan has drawn major artists from the international music scene, turning immediately into the theatre of reference, the one every artist aspires to, the Mecca of music. to this day, performing at the Scala means consecrating a career in the eyes of the world.

<cite>The Misfits</cite>

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Sat 20 Aug


Sun 21 Aug

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The Misfits [35mm]

directed by John Huston in English starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Eli Wallach (1961)

Arthur Miller’s poignant modern Western was the last film of two silver screen icons: “the king of Hollywood” Clark Gable and legendary bombshell Marilyn Monroe. Sad-eyed divorcée Monroe is courted by three men’s men — aging cowboy individualist Gable, injured rodeo rider Montgomery Clift and widowed WWII pilot Eli Wallach. The final film for both Gable and Monroe.

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