Studio Ghibli

Get ready for two whole fantastical weeks of Studio Ghibli films. Since 1985, this Japanese animation studio has been capturing the imaginations of audiences everywhere. Its popularity is such that there is even a Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo! Enjoy six beloved creations from the studio on the Row House silver screen.

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Only Yesterday

A young woman, while visiting family in the countryside, finds herself increasingly nostalgic for her childhood self. (1991)
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Porco Rosso

The adventures of an WWI ex-fighter ace who has been transformed into an anthropomorphic pig. (1992)
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Princess Mononoke

Prince Ashitaka finds himself in the middle of a war between the forest gods and Tatara, a mining colony. (1997)
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Spirited Away

10-year old Chihiro wanders through a magical world of spirits, gods, and beasts that used to be human. (2001)
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The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

A 10th-century folktale, this hand drawn Studio Ghibli production follows a tiny girl who grows into an exquisite young lady. (2013)
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The Wind Rises

A look at the life of Jiro Horikoshi, the man who designed Japanese fighter planes during World War II. (2013)
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Thursday - December 14th



The Wind Rises (ENG Dub) - 2:20 pm Buy Tickets
Porco Rosso (Subtitled) - 5:00 pm Buy Tickets
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (Subtitled) - 7:05 pm Buy Tickets
Princess Mononoke (Subtitled) - 9:50 pm Buy Tickets


Row House Christmas

It’s officially the Christmas season! What better way to celebrate than with four movies that range from a 1950’s Bing Crosby musical to an 80’s-tastic Bruce Willis blockbuster with terrorists at a Christmas party? We will also be featuring the Griswolds’ Christmas misadventures in Christmas Vacation and Macaulay Culkin fighting off robbers in Home Alone!





Christmas Vacation

Clark Griswold is a loveable yet eccentric father whose determination for the perfect family Christmas results in disasters of hilarious proportions. (1989)
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Die Hard

Your run-of-the-mill Christmas movie; a group of terrorists hijack an office Christmas party and one lone, barefoot cop must stop them. (1988)
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Home Alone

An 8-year-old Macaulay Culkin rigs his house with booby traps to defend himself against burglars. (1990)
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White Christmas

Your favorite Irving Berlin songs crooned by Bing Crosby with a goofy plot full of mishaps and romantic entanglements. (1954)
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Friday - December 15th



Die Hard - Noon Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 2:45 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 5:15 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 7:30 pm Buy Tickets
The Room - Interactive Edition - SOLD OUT!!! - 10:00pm


Saturday - December 16th



Home Alone - Noon Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 2:20 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 9:45 pm Buy Tickets
The Room - Interactive Edition - Midnight - SOLD OUT!!!


Sunday - December 17th



White Christmas - 12:15 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 3:00 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 6:00 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 8:15 pm Buy Tickets


Monday - December 18th



Die Hard - Noon Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 2:45 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


Tuesday - December 19th



Home Alone - Noon Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 2:10 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 7:20 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - PJ Party - 9:30 pm    Facebook Event/Ticket Link


Wednesday - December 20th



Christmas Vacation - Noon Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 2:15 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Evil - 9:50 pm    Facebook Event/Ticket Link


Thursday - December 21st



Die Hard - 1:45 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - PJ Party - 9:15 pm    Facebook Event/Ticket Link


Friday - December 22nd



Home Alone - Noon Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 2:10 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 4:15 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 7:10 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 9:40 pm Buy Tickets


Saturday - December 23rd



White Christmas - Noon Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 2:30 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 4:40 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 7:10 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 9:15 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Evil - Midnight    Facebook Event/Ticket Link


Sunday - December 24th



Christmas Vacation - 12:30 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 3:00 pm Buy Tickets
White Christmas - 6:00 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 8:30 pm Buy Tickets


Monday - December 25th



White Christmas - 12:30 pm Buy Tickets
Home Alone - 3:00 pm Buy Tickets
Christmas Vacation - 5:15 pm Buy Tickets
Die Hard - 7:30 pm Buy Tickets


Staff Picks

One of Row House’s annual traditions is to go a little crazy the week after Christmas and simply let our staff select four films to screen—with no theme at all—that are near and dear to their hearts. What better way to ring in the New Year than by sharing our favorite films with our favorite people? This year’s elite four include the 1979 sci-fi classic Alien, screwball comedy Bringing Up Baby, the sensationally bloody Inglorious Basterds, and newly restored The Iron Giant.


Alien

The crew of a commercial starship is awakened from their cryo-sleep to investigate a distress call from an alien vessel. The terror begins when they encounter a nest of eggs inside the alien ship. (1979)
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Bringing Up Baby

A paleontologist gets mixed up with a flighty socialite while trying to track down her pet leopard, Baby. (1938)
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Inglorious Basterds

A group of American soldiers called the Basterds hunt down Nazis, keeping their scalps as trophies, and make their way to the ultimate prize - Hitler. (2009)
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The Iron Giant

A young boy befriends a giant robot from space, and must protect it from a paranoid government agent intent on its destruction. (1999, New Restoration)
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Tuesday - December 26th



The Iron Giant - 2:00 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 4:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 7:10 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 9:35 pm Buy Tickets


Wednesday - December 27th



Bringing Up Baby - 1:45 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 4:00 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 6:30 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


Thursday - December 28th



Inglorious Basterds - 1:30 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 4:45 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 9:00 pm Buy Tickets


Friday - December 29th



Alien - 2:25 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 5:00 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 9:15 pm Buy Tickets


Saturday - December 30th



The Iron Giant - Noon Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 1:55 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 4:10 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 7:15 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 9:45 pm Buy Tickets
Heavy Metal (Row House: Midnight Edition) - Midnight Buy Tickets    Facebook Event


Sunday - December 31st



Join us for a whole day of encore presentations of our self-made cat video compilation "Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties."


Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - Noon Buy Tickets
Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - 1:30 pm Buy Tickets
Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - 3:00 pm Buy Tickets
Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - 4:30 pm Buy Tickets
Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - 6:00 pm Buy Tickets
Pittsburgh's Pretty Kitties - 7:30 pm Buy Tickets


Monday - January 1st



The Iron Giant - Noon Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 1:55 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 5:00 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 7:30 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


Tuesday - January 2nd



Alien - 1:45 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 4:15 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 6:30 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


Wednesday - January 3rd



The Iron Giant - 1:45 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 3:45 pm Buy Tickets
Bringing Up Baby - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 9:15 pm Buy Tickets


Thursday - January 4th



Bringing Up Baby - 2:45 pm Buy Tickets
The Iron Giant - 5:00 pm Buy Tickets
Alien - 7:00 pm Buy Tickets
Inglorious Basterds - 9:30 pm Buy Tickets


New Documentary Film Showcase

There is quite the variety of topics in our New Doc Showcase; 78/52 explores Hitchcock’s iconic shower scene from “Psycho,” “Big Sonia” is the incredible story of 91 year-old Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski, Faces Places is a quirky yet poignant road movie, and Rat Film explores the history of an entire city in the most unexpected way.


78/52

An in-depth look at Hitchcock’s iconic shower scene from “Psycho.” Composed of 78 shots and 52 cuts, it changed filmmaking forever. (2017)
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Big Sonia

Sonia Warshawski is a 91 year-old Holocaust survivor, and her tenacious drive has kept her tailor shop open for over 30 years. But an eviction notice causes difficult decisions and deep reflection of her past. (2016)
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Faces Places

Director Agnes Varda teams up with a young photographer to fulfill her dream of meeting new faces and capturing them. So they don’t “fall down the holes of my memory,” she says. (2017)
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Rat Film

Theo Anthony’s film explores the history and racism of Baltimore through an unlikely conduit - the rat. (2016)
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