Films

Drive My Car

Adapted from Haruki Murakami’s short story, Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car is a haunting road movie traveling a path of love, loss, acceptance, and peace.

✅ Passes Accepted
NOW PLAYING

Belle

From Academy Award-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, creators of Mirai, Wolf Children, Summer Wars, and more, comes a fantastical, heartfelt story of growing up in the age of social media.

Passes NOT Accepted
NOW PLAYING

Licorice Pizza

Celebrated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson offers a humorous and visually hypnotic portrait of unlikely first love in this freewheeling coming-of-age story set in Southern California, circa 1973.

✅ Passes Accepted
now playing

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Oscar-winner Joel Coen’s boldly inventive visualization of Macbeth is an anguished film that stares, mouth agape, at a sorrowful world undone by blind greed and thoughtless ambition.

✅ PASSES ACCEPTED
now playing
Cult Classics

Barrio Brewing Presents

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

The anime smash hit that’s swept the world makes its debut on the big screen with My Hero Academia: Two Heroes!

✅ Passes Accepted
Jan 21 & 22
Special Events

One Night Only!

Dune (2021)

Blast off for Arrakis at this special one-night-only screening of Denis Villeneuve’s mind-blowing sci-fi epic Dune, presented on the biggest non-Imax movie screen in Tucson!

✅ Passes Accepted
Wed, Jan 26
FILMS OF 1972

The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

In Luis Buñuel’s deliciously satiric masterpiece, an upper-middle-class sextet sits down to a dinner that is continually delayed, their attempts to eat thwarted by vaudevillian events.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Jan 27
Cult Classics

Barrio Brewing Presents

Clueless

You guys, Clueless is, like, a comedy movie masterpiece of the 20th century. “As if!” you say? Yes, totally! Could this also be the best Jane Austen adaptation ever? For sure!

✅ Passes Accepted
Jan 28 & 29

Parallel Mothers

Pedro Almodóvar surprises us again with a lively and tender melodrama about two women, Janis (Penélope Cruz) and Ana (Milena Smit), whose lives intersect profoundly thanks to a casual encounter in a hospital.

Passes NOT Accepted
Starts Jan 28

Flee

Marrying striking animation and archival footage to breathtaking effect, Flee retraces one man’s harrowing experiences escaping life under Taliban rule.

✅ Passes Accepted
Starts Jan 28

Nightmare Alley: Vision in Darkness and Light

Experience Nightmare Alley in the classic film noir style of black and white for a limited time, playing exclusively in Tucson at The Loft.

❌ PASSES NOT ACCEPTED
Starts Jan 28
The Films of Wes Anderson

Rushmore

With his sophomore film, Wes Anderson created a Graduate for the late 1990s with this highly affectionate but wonderfully quirky look at the perils and pitfalls of adolescence.

✅ Passes Accepted
Wed, Feb 2
Cult Classics

Barrio Brewing Presents

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Monty Python takes on the Middle Ages and coverts Arthurian legend into uncontrollable lunacy in one of the most hilarious cult classics of all time!

✅ Passes Accepted
Feb 4 & 5
Community Rentals

Free Open Air Screening

Girl’s Trip

In this outrageously entertaining comedy, four lifelong best friends (Regina Hall, Tiffany Haddish, Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah) are in for the adventure to end all adventures when they travel to New Orleans.

Friday, Feb 4

New 4K Restoration!

Breathless (1960)

Godard’s French New Wave classic starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg returns to the big screen in a “breathtaking” new 4K restoration in honor of its 60th anniversary!

✅ Passes Accepted
Start Feb 4
The Films of Wes Anderson

The Royal Tenenbaums

This hilarious tragi-comedy from Wes Anderson essays the epic misadventures of a misanthropic patriarch and his brilliant but spectacularly dysfunctional family as they spiral into glorious chaos.

✅ Passes Accepted
Wed, Feb 9
Special Events

New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization with Bill Murray

See Bill Murray and friends rock the Acropolis in this unique “captured live” stage performance from Athens, Greece!

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Feb 10
Cult Classics

Barrio Brewing Presents

True Romance

From Tony Scott and Quentin Tarantino, True Romance is a violent, action-packed ode to exploitation cinema, trashy romance flicks and all-around Hollywood excess.

✅ Passes Accepted
Feb 11 & 12

Catch the Fair One

In this absorbing, edge-of-our-seat thriller, an Indigenous woman embarks on the fight of her life when she goes in search of her missing sister.

✅ Passes Accepted
Starts Feb 11
Special Events

Valentine’s Screening!

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Celebrate Valentine’s Weekend with that special someone – IF you can remember them! – at this special screening of Michel Gondry’s sci-fi romance.

✅ Passes Accepted
Saturday, Feb 12
Special Events

Galentine’s Day Screening!

Magic Mike

Gather your gal pals (however you define that, since everyone is welcome!), grab a fistful of singles and celebrate Galentine’s Day with the men of Club Xquisite at a special 10th anniversary BIG screen showing of Magic Mike!

✅ Passes Accepted
Sunday, Feb 13
Special Events

Valentine's Day Screening!

My Bloody Valentine (1981)

There’s more than one way to lose your heart on Valentine’s Day, and you’ll find out how at this bloody good holiday screening of the original 1981 horror classic My Bloody Valentine!

✅ Passes Accepted
Monday, Feb 14
The Films of Wes Anderson

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

The Life Aquatic is a wildly original, wonderfully odd underwater comedy/adventure with a melancholy edge, propelled by Bill Murray’s hilarious, go-for-broke performance.

✅ Passes Accepted
Wed, Feb 16
Cult Classics

BARRIO BREWING PRESENTS

Pan’s Labyrinth

Fantasy Master Guillermo del Toro fashioned a tour-de-force mix of phantasmagoric fairy tale and fascist nightmare and had an art-house hit with the ambitious Pan’s Labyrinth, winner of a trio of Oscars.

✅ Passes Accepted
Feb 18 & Feb 19

Strawberry Mansion

In a dystopian future where dreams can be taxed and invaded by advertisers, Agent Preble travels to the home of an aging artist to audit her dreams and finds himself falling in love.

✅ Passes Accepted
Starts Feb 18

The Worst Person in the World

In this delightfully charming comedy/drama, Julie is experiencing an existential crisis. Framed around her chronic indecisiveness, the film follows four years of ups and downs.

Passes NOT Accepted
Starts Feb 18
Special Events

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Let’s do the Time Warp again with the campy cult classic that will always make us shiver with antici … pation! Join the Heavy Petting shadow cast for a Loft Cinema tradition for over 40 years!

✅ Passes Accepted
Saturday, Feb 19
The Films of Wes Anderson

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson’s offbeat Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two twelve-year-olds, Sam and Suzy, who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness.

✅ Passes Accepted
Wed, Feb 23
FILMS OF 1972

Cabaret

Bob Fosse’s dazzlingly adaptation of the hit stage musical follows a young writer who arrives in Berlin in 1931, and falls in with a decadent circle led by a free-spirited cabaret performer (Liza Minnelli).

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Feb 24
Cult Classics

BARRIO BREWING PRESENTS

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Genre-smashing filmmaker Edgar Wright tells the amazing story of one romantic slacker’s epic quest to power up with love in the video game-inspired action/comedy!

✅ Passes Accepted
feb 25 & feb 26

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

Interweaving lecture, personal anecdotes, and interviews, criminal defense/civil rights lawyer Jeffery Robinson draws a timeline of anti-Black racism in the US.

✅ Passes Accepted
Starts Feb 25
Loft Solar Cinema

Free Outdoor Screening in Bisbee!

Fantastic Mr. Fox

A hilarious and heartwarming animated adventure about a clever, quick and exceptionally well-dressed fox with a hunger for adventure.

Friday, March 11
FILMS OF 1972

Solaris

Tarkovsky’s rejoinder to Kubrick’s 2001 is a stunning, visionary work in which the travel is not so much into outer but inner space – the cosmos of memory, consciousness and dreams.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Mar 31
FILMS OF 1972

Sounder

This moving, four-time Oscar-nominated family drama starring Cicely Tyson and Paul Winfield brilliantly tells the story of a Black family forging a life for themselves in the Deep South during the Great Depression.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, April 28
FILMS OF 1972

The Seduction of Mimi

A blistering satire of Italy in the 1970s, The Seduction of Mimi takes aim at a corrupt government, compromised labor leaders and the Neanderthal sexual politics of men in power.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, May 26
FILMS OF 1972

What’s Up, Doc?

Peter Bogdanovich followed up The Last Picture Show with this outrageous homage to 1930s comedies pairing free-spirited Barbara Streisand with uptight Ryan O’Neal as a modern-day Hepburn and Grant.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, JUNe 30
FILMS OF 1972

Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Once seen, never forgotten, this hallucinatory epic of unhinged Spanish conquistadors lost in the Amazon is the definitive Werner Herzog expedition to the edge.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, July 29
FILMS OF 1972

The Harder They Come

This groundbreaking film brought reggae music to the international stage via its bestselling soundtrack and made Jimmy Cliff a star, and demonstrated that music and art can change the world.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Aug 26
FILMS OF 1972

Le Samouraï

A stylized masterpiece by maverick director JeanPierre Melville, Le Samouraï is a razor-sharp cocktail of 1940s American gangster cinema and 1960s French pop culture—with a dose of lone-warrior mythology.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Sept 29
FILMS OF 1972

35mm Print!

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

In the early 1970s, Rainer Werner Fassbinder discovered the American melodramas of Douglas Sirk and was inspired by them to begin working in a new, more intensely emotional register.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Oct 27
FILMS OF 1972

Cries and Whispers

This existential wail of a drama from Bergman concerns two sisters keeping vigil for a third, who is dying of cancer and can find solace only in the arms of a beatific servant.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Dec 1
FILMS OF 1972

Fellini’s Roma

Travelogue, memoir, and outrageous cinematic spectacle converge in this kaleidoscopic valentine to the Eternal City, composed by one of its most iconic inhabitants.

✅ Passes Accepted
Thursday, Dec 29