Cary Grant

Archibald Alec Leach grew up in Bristol sporting a Cockney accent. Undergoing a thorough transformation, he adopted the famous “transatlantic” accent, changed his name, and became the debonair leading man audiences know today as Cary Grant. Grant appeared in a vast array of genres from screwball comedies (His Girl Friday, The Philadelphia Story), to whodunit capers (Charade, To Catch a Thief), to romantic dramas sure to induce a few tears (An Affair to Remember). Join us for a week remembering one of cinemas most iconic stars.


An Affair to Remember

A famous tear-jerker about the affair of an infamous playboy and a kept nightclub singer, and a tragic accident their love must overcome. (1957)
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His Girl Friday

Investigative reporter Hildy Johnson is distracted from plans of mundane domestic bliss with her new fiancé when her ex-husband and former editor offers first coverage of a juicy murder case. (1940)
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The Philadelphia Story

A demanding and unforgiving Philadelphia socialite is torn between three men: her fiancé, her ex-husband, and a doting reporter. (1940)
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To Catch a Thief

A retired cat burglar is framed for a series of jewel heists, and no one can be trusted as he attempts to clear his name – not even the beautiful blonde socialite who catches his eye. (1955)
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Tuesday - August 22nd



To Catch a Thief - 2:45 pm Buy Tickets
His Girl Friday - 5:00 pm Buy Tickets
The Philadelphia Story - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
An Affair to Remember - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


Wednesday - August 23rd



His Girl Friday - 2:15 pm Buy Tickets
An Affair to Remember - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
To Catch a Thief - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
The Philadelphia Story - 9:15 pm Buy Tickets


Thursday - August 24th



An Affair to Remember - Noon Buy Tickets
The Philadelphia Story - 2:20 pm Buy Tickets
To Catch a Thief - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
Charade & DIY Bath Salts w/ Candle Lab - 7:00 pm Buy Movie-Only Tickets
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His Girl Friday - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets



Wim Wenders

Wim Wenders can be credited with helping to define New German Cinema and it’s no wonder with a film repertoire of over 60 films covering an array of genres from documentary to road movies. If you haven’t discovered Wenders for yourself, come to Row House for a week highlighting his classic works: road movie Alice in the Cities, the magical Wings of Desire, Cuban music documentary Buena Vista Social Club, and human drama Paris, Texas.


Alice in the Cities

A German journalist and a girl left in his care embark on a search for the child's grandparents. (1974)
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Buena Vista Social Club

Renowned guitarist Ry Cooder and his son, Joachim, travel to Cuba and assemble a group of the country's finest musicians to record an album. (1999)
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Paris, Texas

An aimless drifter who has been missing for four years, wanders out of the desert and must reconnect with society, his life, and his family. (1984)
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Wings of Desire

An angel tires of overseeing human activity and wishes to become human when he falls in love with a mortal. (1987)
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Friday - August 25th



Buena Vista Social Club - Noon Buy Tickets
Alice in the Cities - 2:15 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
Paris, Texas - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Wings of Desire - 10:00 pm Buy Tickets


Saturday - August 26th



Paris, Texas - 1:30 pm Buy Tickets
Wings of Desire - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 7:15 pm Buy Tickets
Alice in the Cities - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets
Cannibal Holocaust (Row House: Midnight Edition) - Midnight Facebook Event & Ticket Link


Sunday - August 27th



Paris, Texas - 12:15 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 3:15 pm Buy Tickets
Alice in the Cities - 5:30 pm Buy Tickets
Wings of Desire - 8:00 pm Buy Tickets


Monday - August 28th



Wings of Desire - 2:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alice in the Cities - 4:35 pm Buy Tickets
Paris, Texas - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 9:50 pm Buy Tickets


Tuesday - August 29th



Paris, Texas - 1:45 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
Wings of Desire - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alice in the Cities - 9:35 pm Buy Tickets


Wednesday - August 30th



Alice in the Cities - 2:00 pm Buy Tickets
Wings of Desire - 4:20 pm Buy Tickets
Buena Vista Social Club - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Paris, Texas - 9:15 pm Buy Tickets


Thursday - August 31st



NO SHOWTIMES TODAY - Private Rental



Amazing French Animation

French animation has a history dating back to the late 19th century, and we can thank the French for endless creativity and innovation ranging from the first use of a pinscreen apparatus to the first computer animated series produced in HD. This week we’ll get our feet wet with the quirky caper “The Triplets of Belleville,” the French-Iranian production “Persepolis,” the steampunk adventure “April and the Extraordinary World,” and the strikingly beautiful “The Girl Without Hands” based on a tale from the good ol’ Brothers Grimm.


April And The Extraordinary World

Set against the backdrop of 1941 Paris, a teen and her talking cat embark on a quest to find her missing parents. (2015)
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Persepolis

Based on Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel, a young girl comes of age during the Iranian Revolution. (2007)
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The Girl Without Hands

A miller sells his daughter to the Devil and, while her purity protects her life, the Devil takes her hands as punishment. (2016)
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The Triplets of Belleville

Three vaudeville veterans help a woman rescue her grandson from a brutal underground cycling ring. (2003)
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