Tuesday | 16.10.18

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Monthly Screenings

Cary Grant: A Tribute

Becoming Cary Grant

Dir.: Mark Kidel
| 85 minutes

Drawing upon a hidden autobiography and rare footage, this fascinating film unfolds Cary Grant’s life story from his lonely childhood in Britain, through becoming a film icon, to his final days. 

North by Northwest

Dir.: Alfred Hitchcock
| 130 minutes

An exhilarating thriller about a man mistaken by spies for a non-existent American Intelligence agent. Unparalleled escapist entertainment, North by Northwest is a tour de force of cinema that should not be missed. 

The Awful Truth

Dir.: Leo McCarey
| 95 minutes

Jerry and Lucy are getting a divorce, but all they do is to undermine each other’s attempts to find new romance. One of the greatest films of the 1930s, The Awful Truth is a romantic comedy that is fast paced, witty, and full of fantastic performances. 

His Girl Friday

Dir.: Howard Hawks
| 92 minutes

A seasoned journalist announces to her former boss (and lover) that she intends to marry. He will do anything to thwart her plot and keep her at his side, professionally and romantically. Grant and Russell are simply exquisite

The Philadelphia Story

Dir.: George Cukor
| 112 minutes

A stubborn heiress’ plans to marry again are derailed by her ex-husband and a tabloid reporter. The combination of Hepburn, Stewart, and Grant, the immense direction, and tremendous script created one of the best romantic comedies of all time. 

An Affair to Remember

Dir.: Leo McCarey
| 115 minutes

An Affair to Remember tells the story of a man and a woman who fall in love while making their way on ship to New York to marry other people. They agree to meet on the top of the Empire State Building six months later. Will their love prevail?

Arsenic and Old Lace

Dir.: Frank Capra
| 118 minutes

Two little and seemingly harmless old ladies take up the hobby of murdering lonely gentlemen callers. A witty, hilarious black comedy based on the play by Joseph Kesserling.