The North Door invites ‘Game of Thrones’ fans to the season four premiere screening on Sunday, Apr. 6. Feel free to come in your best Khaleesi costumes. Just sayin’…
The Puro Chingon Social Club present All About My Mother starring Penelope Cruz at The North Door.
The surroundings, atmosphere and language are reasons to have assumptions that writer/director Tom Sanchez’s comedy drama, La Navaja De Don Juan, may be about immigration, poverty or drug cartels because of its location in Peru and yet his films tells an entirely different story.
On March 26, the Puro Chingon Social Club and Free & Queer Cinema are teaming up to screen the film that kick-started JLO’s career- Selena. Yes, the original Selena. Get your “eye browns” done for the Selena costume contest.
In 1988, the Chilean people had a choice to change the history of their country. Gael García Bernal stars in this film about the election that could have ousted Chilean dictator Pinochet from power.
The North Door invites movie-goers to their weekly Free Film Tuesdays event. Free and Queer Cinema along with AGLIFF-Polari present Madame X.
The ND invites moviegoers to a live comedy game show on Monday, Jan. 14. The people of Laugh, Dammit! present a screening of The Breakfast Club.
Alfred Hitchcock’s persistence to create great films made him a well-known director, but his eye for making the audience feel as uncomfortable as the actors in his psychological thrillers made him iconic. Check out the biopic starring Anthony Hopkins for free.
The ND invites moviegoers to relax with Free Film Tuesdays movie screening.’Roots of Comedy’ presents ‘Louis C.K.: Shameless’, where it’s okay to shamelessly snort from laughing. Host Eric Harrelson presents three local stand-up comedians live as well.
When four hopeful explorers, on a mission to find diamonds in the boreal forest, stumble across mother nature, their expedition turns into a battle of survival. Austin’s Violet Crown Cinema presents the film Letter Never Sent.