Sally Potter directs an Elizabethan era Virginia Woolf adaptation starring Tilda Swinton? Yep. We’re all in on that. Don’t miss this amazing film about the extraordinary life of an androgynous nobleman who is transformed into a woman.

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Max Von Sydow played the lead in Ingmar Bergman’s medieval epic — widely considered one of the greatest…

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Is this film amazing? Our staff is deeply divided. Some think this is one of the best-ever swashbuckling adventure movies with wonderful performances from Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz and of course a rad CGI mummy. Decide for yourself.

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This will be our first-ever screening of the ultimate and original heartwarming Christmas movie classic. Experience Jimmy Stewart’s iconic performance as a man who wishes he had never been born in theaters for the first time or relive the movie magic again with us. 

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Roald Dahl’s classic book took new life in the movie version starring Angelica Hutson as a Grand High Witch who turns our hero Luke into a mouse, who must navigate a giant world created by the genius of Jim Henson in an unforgettable classic. 

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The coolest Catholic school coven is back at Row House because high school drama is so much better when there are powerful teen witches involved. We love this fun, spooky, out-of-control 90s teen horror drama too much not to show it at least a few times this Halloween! 

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Enter the fantastic imagination of creator Hayao Miyazaki once again in Kiki’s Delivery Service. A young witch, Kiki, finishes her training and finds her place in the world by starting a courier service in this sweet and family-friendly Japanese film with jaw-droppingly beautiful animation you’d expect from Studio Ghibli.

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Surprised to see this one on our list of 90s gems? We think it’s a classic! Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire play two ’90s teens who find themselves embedded in a 1950s sitcom where they add color and scandal to the monochrome world with their modern sensibilities.

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This daring, cross-genre film from director Bertrand Bonello (Nocturama) spans 1960s Haiti and a boarding school in contemporary France to tell a story of colonialism and cultural appropriation’s refusal to die.

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Jorge Amado’s seductive 1966 novel DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS has had many adaptations, including a Broadway musical and a Mexican telenovela, but none has endured like Bruno Barreto’s (meta)physical sex comedy, which reigned as Brazil’s all-time, top-grossing movie for over three decades—and was even remade in America as Kiss Me Goodbye with Sally Field, James Caan, and Jeff Bridges.

Leading lady Sônia Braga—on screen now in the acclaimed Bacurau—became an international star via her torrid performance as Dona Flor, who can’t resist the carnal charms of her philandering ne’er-do-well husband. After he drops dead, she remarries into a more stable union but when her late spouse reappears as a spirit, the flesh is all too willing to re-engage.

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