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Step

Deeply insightful and emotionally inspiring, Step embodies the true meaning of sisterhood through a story of courageous young women worth cheering for.

In this Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this acclaimed feature recently won the coveted Animation of the Year award at this year’s 40th Japan Academy Prize.

The Women’s Balcony

The Women’s Balcony is a highly entertaining dramatic comedy about community, old traditions and values, and the power of women to keep all of these together in the face of modern extremism.

Lost in Paris

The latest comedic confection from filmmaking duo Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon (L’iceberg, Rhumba, The Fairy) is a hilarious screwball comedy of love, confusion and pratfalls, crafted in their signature whimsical style.

Landline

Welcome to the Manhattan of 1995: a land without cell phones, but abundant in CD listening stations, bar smoke and family dysfunction.

Mondo Mondays

The Vagrant

Bill Paxton flips out and experiences the ultimate yuppie nightmare when a crazed vagrant invades his new home and makes his life a living hell in this literally insane black comedy horror film shot in Phoenix, AZ!

Step

Deeply insightful and emotionally inspiring, Step embodies the true meaning of sisterhood through a story of courageous young women worth cheering for.

In this Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this acclaimed feature recently won the coveted Animation of the Year award at this year’s 40th Japan Academy Prize.

The Women’s Balcony

The Women’s Balcony is a highly entertaining dramatic comedy about community, old traditions and values, and the power of women to keep all of these together in the face of modern extremism.

Lost in Paris

The latest comedic confection from filmmaking duo Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon (L’iceberg, Rhumba, The Fairy) is a hilarious screwball comedy of love, confusion and pratfalls, crafted in their signature whimsical style.

Landline

Welcome to the Manhattan of 1995: a land without cell phones, but abundant in CD listening stations, bar smoke and family dysfunction.

National Theatre Live

Twelfth Night

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a bold new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity.

Step

Deeply insightful and emotionally inspiring, Step embodies the true meaning of sisterhood through a story of courageous young women worth cheering for.

In this Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this acclaimed feature recently won the coveted Animation of the Year award at this year’s 40th Japan Academy Prize.

The Women’s Balcony

The Women’s Balcony is a highly entertaining dramatic comedy about community, old traditions and values, and the power of women to keep all of these together in the face of modern extremism.

Lost in Paris

The latest comedic confection from filmmaking duo Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon (L’iceberg, Rhumba, The Fairy) is a hilarious screwball comedy of love, confusion and pratfalls, crafted in their signature whimsical style.

Landline

Welcome to the Manhattan of 1995: a land without cell phones, but abundant in CD listening stations, bar smoke and family dysfunction.

Community Rentals

Presented by The University of Arizona Poetry Center

A Late Style of Fire

Director Michele Poulos’ feature documentary on the life of poet Larry Levis.

Step

Deeply insightful and emotionally inspiring, Step embodies the true meaning of sisterhood through a story of courageous young women worth cheering for.

In this Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this acclaimed feature recently won the coveted Animation of the Year award at this year’s 40th Japan Academy Prize.

The Women’s Balcony

The Women’s Balcony is a highly entertaining dramatic comedy about community, old traditions and values, and the power of women to keep all of these together in the face of modern extremism.

Lost in Paris

The latest comedic confection from filmmaking duo Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon (L’iceberg, Rhumba, The Fairy) is a hilarious screwball comedy of love, confusion and pratfalls, crafted in their signature whimsical style.

Landline

Welcome to the Manhattan of 1995: a land without cell phones, but abundant in CD listening stations, bar smoke and family dysfunction.

National Theatre Live

Twelfth Night

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a bold new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity.

Step

Deeply insightful and emotionally inspiring, Step embodies the true meaning of sisterhood through a story of courageous young women worth cheering for.

In this Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this acclaimed feature recently won the coveted Animation of the Year award at this year’s 40th Japan Academy Prize.

The Women’s Balcony

The Women’s Balcony is a highly entertaining dramatic comedy about community, old traditions and values, and the power of women to keep all of these together in the face of modern extremism.

Lost in Paris

The latest comedic confection from filmmaking duo Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon (L’iceberg, Rhumba, The Fairy) is a hilarious screwball comedy of love, confusion and pratfalls, crafted in their signature whimsical style.

4th Friday Films at MOCA

Free Outdoor Screening!

Pollock

Directed by and starring Best Actor Oscar-nominee Ed Harris, Pollock is an intense, beautifully-crafted drama about the legendary American painter.

Lemon

Middle-aged struggling actor Isaac is a loser, but thinks of himself as an unrecognized supreme talent in this cringe-inducing comedy of epically awkward proportions.

Whose Streets?

Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising.

Loft Member Screenings

Whose Streets?

Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising.

Cult Classics

35th Anniversary

Creepshow

It’s a match made in scary movie Hell: legendary zombie guru George A. Romero, and literary horror hound Stephen King, coming together to unleash the gruesome godfather of all ‘80s horror anthologies, Creepshow!