Monday Film Series

EXCLUSIVELY FOR EVERGREEN MEMBERS

Can’t find the films you’re itching to see in the local movie theatre? Looking for more than the same old Hollywood Blockbusters? Tired of overpriced popcorn? Join us on Monday evenings throughout this season to experience the best in Independent and World cinema. Twice a month (schedule permitting), the Evergreen will present a curated selection of outstanding and award-winning films for our members only.

Admission is free for Members only. CLICK HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER .

Annual membership prices: Artist/Student/Senior $20 | Individual $25 | Family/Dual $35


ALL SHOWS BEGIN AT 7PM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.

DECEMBER 18 – SCROOGE

This engaging musical version by Leslie Bricusse is a faithful retelling of the original Charles Dickens classic. This version finds Scrooge (Albert Finney) as the parsimonious miser with a heart of stone who hates the revelry of the Christmas holiday and is taken on a journey to redemption. The wonderful supporting cast includes Alec Guinness as Jacob Marley, Edith Evans as the ghost of Christmas Past, Kenneth More (Present) and Paddy Stone (Future). Thirteen catchy songs are performed in what has endured to be an annual holiday musical classic. The film received four Academy Award nominations, and Albert Finney won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy in 1971. G

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***NOTE THIS MOVIE WILL BE OPEN TO EVERYONE… SO BRING YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY***

 

JANUARY 29 – THE BIG SICK

A bachelor named Frank (Chris Evans) tries his best to raise his seven-year-old niece Mary (McKenna Grace) in rural Florida. But when it’s revealed that Mary is a budding math prodigy, Frank gets into a custody battle with his mother (Lindsay Duncan) over what’s best for her future. Octavia Spencer and Jenny Slate co-star in this drama directed by Marc Webb. PG-13

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FEBRUARY 19 – I, DANIEL BLAKE

Title character Daniel is an affable, 59-year-old carpenter in Newcastle, fighting to collect his Employment and Support Allowance after falling ill. Waiting to sign on at the local Job centre, Daniel befriends Katie, a young single mother who is also being shoved around by the vagaries of the system, having just been relocated with her two kids from a London homeless shelter to an affordable council flat up north. A mutually beneficial alliance, and makeshift extended family, is formed. Directed by Ken Loach (Jimmy’s Hall), with a great cast of British actors led by Dave Johns in the lead role. R

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 MARCH 12 – THE GLASS CASTLE

Based on the 2005 memoir by Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle chronicles the adventures of an eccentric, resilient and tight-knit family, weaving together the past and the present. A young girl comes of age in a dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads with a mother (Naomi Watts) who’s an eccentric artist and an alcoholic but joyfully wild father (Woody Harrelson) who would stir the children’s imagination with hope as a distraction to their poverty and unstable family life. Oscar winner Brie Larson brings Jeannette Walls’s best-selling memoir to life as she finds the fiery determination to carve out a successful life on her own terms.PG-13

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