Welcome back, students! This October, we're offering our best deals ever on expanded special student ticket pricing and memberships.
Following May's multiple sold-out shows of Vertigo, we're bringing you screenings of four more of Alfred Hitchcock's finest works. Go on the run with Cary Grant across the country in North by Northwest, stay cooped up with James Stewart and Grace Kelly in Rear Window, hop aboard Strangers on a Train with Farley Granger and Robert Walker, and look to the skies for The Birds with Tippi Hedren. Tickets for all of these screenings are on sale now, so don't wait to get yours!
The Coolidge today announced The Campaign for the Coolidge, a $12.5 million expansion project that will add 14,000 square feet to the existing building, including two new, state-of-the-art theaters and a new Community Education and Engagement Center.
We're thrilled to start offering Chloé Zhao's Golden Globes-winning film for premium Private Movie Parties starting on Friday, March 19.
Following a screening of their new documentary Echo in the Canyon, we were joined for a Q&A with director Andrew Slater and executive producer Jakob Dylan, moderated by the Coolidge's Director of Marketing & Development Beth Gilligan.
For International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Soul Witness Project presents two virtual panel discussions on the relevance of Holocaust remembrance today.
In 2019, Coolidge Director of Development and Marketing Beth Gilligan moderated a discussion with Downton Abbey creator/writer Julian Fellowes, producers Gareth Neame and Liz Trubridge, and actresses Phyllis Logan and Lesley Nicol.
With the film appearing on multiple year-end top ten lists, revisit our virtual Q&A with Shirley director Josephine Decker and writer Sarah Gubbins, moderated by filmmaker James Ponsoldt.
We’re excited to begin offering Premium Programming for our Private Movie Parties!
Who's enjoying watching Anya Taylor-Joy in the Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit right now? For this week's Wednesday Watch, check out the Q&A we hosted with her and director Autumn de Wilde about their film EMMA. back in February, moderated by The Boston Globe's Meredith Goldstein.