Schedule and Tickets

SCREENING TIMES

72 -hour screening window for each film

All times are
Mountain Daylight Time

PRICES

Per film: $8/ individual   $15/ household

 

Series Passes

$56/ Individual Series Pass

$100/ Household Series Pass

$125/ Mensch Pass

Upcoming Events

  • Sun, Jan 31
    Zoom Conversation: Wed 2/3 at 7 pm
    Aulcie
    The inspiring story of Aulcie Perry, a basketball legend who led Maccabi Tel Aviv to an upset win in the European Championship.
  • Thu, Feb 04
    Zoom Conversation: Sun 2/7 at Noon
    The Crossing
    The Crossing tells the story of the adventurous 10-year-old Gerda and her brother Otto, whose parents are in the Norwegian resistance movement during the Second World War.
  • Sun, Feb 07
    No Zoom Conversation
    Here We Are
    Aharon has devoted his life to raising his son Uri. They live together in a gentle routine, away from the real world. But Uri is autistic, and now as a young adult it might be time for him to live in a specialized home.
  • Thu, Feb 11
    Zoom Conversation: Sun 2/14 at Noon
    The Keeper
    The true story of Bert Trautmann (David Kross), a German soldier and prisoner of war who, against a backdrop of British post-war protest and prejudice, secures the position of Goalkeeper at Manchester City, and in doing so becomes a footballing icon.
  • Sun, Feb 14
    Zoom Conversation: Wed 2/17 at 7pm
    Syndrome K
    Syndrome K is the true story about a highly contagious, highly fictitious disease created by three Roman Catholic doctors during the holocaust to hide Jews in a Vatican-affiliated hospital.
  • Thu, Feb 18
    Zoom Conversation: Sun 2/21 at Noon
    Bukra fil Mish-Mish
    The rise and fall of the Frenkel brothers, pioneers of Animation in Egypt and creators of Mish-Mish Effendi, the "Mickey Mouse" of the Arab world.
  • Sun, Feb 21
    Zoom Conversation: Wed 2/24 at 7 pm
    Shiva Baby
    At a Jewish funeral service with her parents, a college student runs into her sugar daddy. The film and its cast were universally praised by critics, and bisexual and Jewish representation, NOTE: The film has a couple of scenes with sexual content.
  • Thu, Feb 25
    Zoom Conversation: Sun 2/28 at Noon
    The House on Wannsee Street
    Generations of family secrets are uncovered in this sweeping international story that begins with the Second World War and concludes with an emotional twenty-first century revelation. When award-winning Argentinean filmmaker Poli Martínez Kaplun decided to dig de

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