MEMORIA

July 8-10 Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton stars as Jessica, a Scottish expatriate living in Columbia, who, after hearing a loud, unidentifiable sound at daybreak, wanders through the jungle, trying to discover its origin. Memoria is one of the year’s most anticipated arthouse films, from the extraordinary mind of Cannes Film Festival winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

HELLO, BOOKSTORE

July 15-24 In the shadow of the pandemic, a small town rallies to protect a beloved local bookstore Hello, Bookstore captures the sensibility of dedicated readers for whom a bookstore is a tiny piece of paradise, a Brigadoon where one savors great words and ideas merely by browsing its wares.

MURINA

Locations   Free Parking   What else is Showing this Month?  Contact Us      Subscribe to our Newsletter July 29 and 30 at 8pm • Sunday, July 31 at 4:45 and 7pm • IU Radio & Television Theater • Purchase Tickets We’ve all had a chance to experience Croatia’s beautiful Adriatic coastline in Game of Thrones. But it looks even

MY DONKEY, MY LOVER & I

Aug 26-Sept 4 Antoinette, a schoolteacher, is looking forward to her summer holiday with her married lover Vladimir. Their plans are upended, however, when Vladimir's wife books a surprise hiking trip in the picturesque Cévennes mountains in the South of France. Completely unversed in the ways of the wilderness, Antoinette nevertheless follows them, accompanied by an unlikely companion....

ROGUE AGENT

Aug 26-28 A sophisticated London attorney falls for a charming car salesman. But all is not as it seems.

SWING VOTE

August 31 at 7pm What would you do if you were the newest member of the Supreme Court and your vote was the critical swing vote on a case that would overturn Roe V Wade? David Anspaugh's prescient 1999 film ...

1982

Sept 2-11 A sensitive, insightful coming-of-age tale set at an idyllic school in Lebanon’s mountains on the eve of a looming invasion. The film unfolds over a single day in 1982 and follows an 11-year-old boy’s relentless quest to profess his love to a girl in his class. As the invasion encroaches on Beirut, it upends the day,..

BOTH SIDES OF THE BLADE

Sept 9-11 Juliette Binoche stars in the new film by the legendary Claire Denis. On her way to work one day, Sara spies her ex-lover François (Grégoire Colin) outside of the Paris metro.

LOVING HIGHSMITH

Sept 16-18 Loving Highsmith is a unique look at the life of celebrated American author Patricia Highsmith based on her diaries and notebooks and the intimate reflections of her lovers,

ENCANTO in Bryan Park

Friday, Sept 16 in Bryan Park A lot happened at the Oscars this year, so you could be forgiven for forgetting about Encanto’s win for Best Animated Film.

FIRE OF LOVE

Sept 29-Oct 9 Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things — each other and volcanoes. For two decades, the daring French volcanologist couple roamed the planet, chasing eruptions

LOST ILLUSIONS

Sept 30-Oct 1 an adaptation of Balzac’s classic novel about a idealistic young poet who learns that anything can be bought and sold. In 1821, Lucien de Rubempré arrives in Paris where, as a narrator explains, “Money was the new royalty, and no one wanted to cut off its head.”

MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON

Sept 30, Oct 1 & 2 Marcel is an adorable one-inch-tall shell who ekes out a colorful existence with his grandmother Connie in this acclaimed blend of live-action and stop-motion animation.

PETITE MAMAN

Oct 14, 15 and16 After the death of her beloved grandmother, eight-year-old Nelly meets a mysterious friend in the woods outside her grandmother's home. The two girls look alike; they bond immediately and together they embark on a fantastical journey of discovery. This is a special film--don't miss it.

THE SOURCE

Sunday, Oct 16 at 3pm • Free Screening at the Monroe County Public Library The Source traces the Beats from Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac’s meeting in 1944 at Columbia University to the deaths of Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs in 1997.

THE DUTCHMAN

Sunday, Oct 16 • Free Screening at 7pm at the IU Fine Arts Theater A young, conservative Black man is riding on a New York City subway car. The only other passenger is a blonde femme fatale looking for trouble.

MAD GOD

Oct 20-23 Mad God is a wildly imaginative, stop-motion animated adventure that follows a lone,  intrepid soldier on a mission through a Miltonesque world. Created by Phil Tippett, who is best known for his pioneering work at Lucasfilm and Industrial Light and Magic on such films as Robocop, Starship Troopers and of course Star Wars.

HOLD ME TIGHT

Oct 21-30 Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread) gives another riveting performance as Clarisse, a woman on the run from her family for reasons that aren’t immediately clear.

LOUIS ARMSTRONG’S BLACK AND BLUES

Oct 28-Nov 6 An intimate and revealing look at the world-changing musician, presented through a lens of archival footage and never-before-heard home recordings and personal conversations

RESURRECTION

Nov 10-13 Margaret’s life is in order. She is capable, disciplined, and successful. Soon, her teenage daughter, who Margaret raised by herself, will be going off to a fine university, just as Margaret had hoped. Everything is under control....

MY OLD SCHOOL

Nov 11-20 One of the most talked-about documentaries at Sundance, My Old School unravels the astonishing true story of a mysterious high school student who may not be who his classmates and teachers believe.

MY IMAGINARY COUNTRY

Dec 2-4 In October 2019, there was an unexpected revolution, a social explosion. One and a half million people demonstrated in the streets of Santiago for more democracy, a more dignified life, a better education, a better health system and a new Constitution. Chile had recovered its memory. The event Patricio Guzmán had been waiting for since his student struggles in 1973 finally materialized.

ETERNAL SPRING

Dec 2-4 In March 2002, a state TV station in China was hijacked by members of outlawed spiritual group Falun Gong.

HALLELUJAH: LEONARD COHEN, A JOURNEY, A SONG

One Night Only! • Friday, Dec 2 at 7pm  • IU Cinema
Poet/singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen spent over 7 years writing “Hallelujah," initially an obscure track on an early 80s album rejected by his record label