Cinematically, Yours
This Week’s Movie Reviews
Women of Wyler

While it's likely to be 2021 before the Rose re-opens, two special events previously scheduled for this year will eventually reach the Rose and Starlight screens.      Our third Dance Film Festival was to have taken place in April, but was cancelled before our mid-March closure. The festival will indeed return next year. And film scholar Ted Walch was scheduled to return to the Starlight Room this past June for a weekend presentation called The Women of Wyler; a look at three films directed by William Wyler: THE LITTLE FOXES (Bette Davis), MRS. MINNIVER(Greer Garson), and THE HEIRESS (Olivia de Havilland). Hopefully this program will take place at a later date.

     But in support of the Rose's new streaming platform - debuting soon - Ted Walch will join us live from Los Angeles for commentary and audience Q&A with an award-winning film. 


Now Streaming Through The Rose Theatre Film Library

THE KEEPER - "A great story of love in adversity." -Radio Times  

MADRE - "An unusually compelling character study, one that, commendably, opts to end on a humane note rather than a dark judgment." -The New York Times

HARRY CHAPIN: WHEN IN DOUBT, DO SOMETHING - "An uplifting tribute to an impressive human being." -Los Angeles Times

Cider & Cinema: Each week Finnriver will be pairing one of their wonderful, delicious ciders with one of our streaming movies. For information on their weekly pairings, please visit their Instagram page.

     Pop-up popcorn on sale this Saturday, November 7th, 2:00-5:00

Cinematically yours,