Senior Afternoon Cinema

A new daytime series of outstanding older films programmed to appeal to senior moviegoers.

Mrs. Henderson Presents Sep. 12 A recently widowed eccentric with money to burn and no intentions of settling down enlists the aid of a showbiz…
Belle Oct. 17 From director Amma Assante (A United Kingdom), Belle is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw,…
Grey Gardens Nov. 14 Meet Big and Little Edie Beale: mother and daughter, high-society dropouts, and reclusive cousins of Jackie Onassis. The two manage…
Julia Dec. 5 The film traces the lifelong relationship between playwright Lillian Hellman and her childhood playmate, Julia, a wealthy girl who turns…
Rebecca Jan. 9 Adapted from the acclaimed Daphne du Maurier novel of the same name, Rebecca is the story of a shy ladies’…
Dough Feb. 6 Since the loss of his wife, curmudgeonly widower Nat Dayan (Jonathan Pryce, Game of Thrones, Brazil) clings to his work as owner…
The Midwife Mar. 6 Featuring riveting performances from two of French cinema’s biggest stars, this bittersweet drama follows the fraught relationship between Claire (Catherine…
The Americanization of Emily Apr. 3 A slick WWII naval officer, Lt. Commander Charles Edward Madison (James Garner, The Great Escape) knows all the angles. He…
King of Hearts May 1 This satirical look at the absurdities of war—one of the most popular foreign films in history—is about a Scottish soldier,…
Monsoon Wedding June 5 In 2017, Mira Nair’s (Mississippi Masala, Queen of Katwe) Monsoon Wedding was voted by Indiewire as the best romance of…
Chariots of Fire July 10 Winner of four Oscars—including Best Picture—this inspiring 1981 drama focuses on two 1924 British Olympic athletes, a Jew and a…
How to Steal a Million Aug. 7 With style to burn, this elegant 1966 romantic comedy features a sparkling Audrey Hepburn who decides to rob a Paris…
An Education Sep. 11 A coming-of-age story about a teenage girl (a captivating Carey Mulligan) whose life changes in every way when she meets…
Frida Oct. 2 Salma Hayek (Beatriz at Dinner) is magnificent as the larger-than life Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, who channeled the pain of…
Always at the Carlyle Nov. 6 For the past 87 years, The Carlyle has been the definition of class and a calling card for Manhattan’s elegant…
Billy Elliot Dec. 4 A talented young boy (a remarkable 11-year-old Jamie Bell, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool) is torn between his unlikely…
The Visitor Jan. 8 In this heartfelt 2007 drama from writer/director Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), a stodgy college professor (Richard Jenkins, The Shape of Water)…
The Young Victoria Feb. 5 From acclaimed director Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club, Wild), The Young Victoria features Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns) vividly bringing…
Monsieur Ibrahim Mar. 5 This modest, nostalgic 2003 film—”a parable of tolerance and understanding” (New York Times)—features Omar Sharif (Lawrence of Arabia, Dr. Zhivago)…
Brooklyn Apr. 2 Adapted for the screen by Nick Hornby (Wild, An Education) and masterfully directed by John Crowley (Intermission, Closed Circuit), Brooklyn tells the…
Days of Heaven May 7 “Few movies have painted a picture of the American West the way Terrence Malick’s 1978 Days of Heaven does,” says…
Strangers in Good Company June 4 A group of older women find themselves becoming fast friends when their bus breaks down, stranding them for days in…
Topsy-Turvy July 9 The world of Gilbert and Sullivan comes to vivid life in director Mike Leigh’s (Peterloo) delightful, surprising 1999 dramatization of…
Chico & Rita Aug. 6 A sexy, swinging, animated gem, Chico & Rita is the bittersweet story of the tempestuous relationship of an ambitious young…
Gloria Sep. 10 When a young boy’s family is killed by the mob, their tough neighbor Gloria becomes his reluctant guardian. In possession…
Jefferson in Paris Oct. 15 Thomas Jefferson served as the United States ambassador to the court of Louis XVI prior to the French Revolution. The…
Defending Your Life Nov. 5 A sweet, witty, and entertaining romantic comedy about a self-absorbed young advertising executive who dies in a car crash shortly…
They Came to Play Dec. 10 Piano players from all over the world, ranging in age from thirty-five to eighty, convene for the Van Cliburn Foundation’s…
The Verdict Jan. 7 In Sidney Lumet’s (12 Angry Men, Serpico) powerful 1982 courtroom drama, Paul Newman plays an alcoholic Boston lawyer who tries…
My Blue Heaven Feb. 4 Written by the very funny Nora Ephron (When Harry Met Sally…), directed by Herbert Ross (Steel Magnolias), and starring the…
Viceroy's House Mar. 3 It’s the end of an empire as the final Viceroy of India, Lord Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville, Downton Abbey), is dispatched,…
Maria By Callas Apr. 14 The 2017 life story of the Greek-American diva told through her performances, interviews, home movies, letters, and more. This three-dimensional…
The American President May 5 When the US president (Michael Douglas), a widower, falls in love with a lobbyist (Annette Bening) just before he runs…
Laura June 2 A celebrated, Oscar-winning 1944 film noir, Laura is the psychologically complex, gripping story of a Manhattan detective (Dana Andrews)who grows…

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