The Bay Film Series
The Bay Film Series
2016 / 2017
The Best in World Cinema.
Subscribe! 8 Films for $60 (Only $7.50 each!)
Non-Subscribers are welcome to attend - Tickets $9.50 @ Door
Here's how it works:
- 8 Films - One film per month - September thru April
- Subscribe to the whole series and get a bargain price!
- You will receive a convenient Subscriber Punch Card.
- A Subscriber Punch Card is good for 8 films (or 8 punches). If you miss a film, you can use 2 punches another month (but limited to 2 in a month).
- Your Subscriber Card can be used at any Bay Film Series show times.
- Non-Subscribers are welcome. Admission $9.50 @ the door.
- No Refunds for subscription purchases.
- The movie schedule is set, but occasionally subject to change.
- If you received a brochure in the mail last year - good news...you'll get one this year too!
- If you'd like to be added to our mailing list, contact us at email@example.com
Showtimes for all titles are:
Sunday - 2:00 & 5:00 pm / Monday - 6:00 pm / Tuesday - 6:00 pm
Hunt For the Wilder People
Director: Taiki Waititi
New Zealand / Comedy / PG-13 / 101 min
With Sam Neill
A defiant foster kid from the big city and a grouchy bushman are forced to forge an unlikely alliance to survive in the New Zealand wilderness as they evade authorities.
“Warmly funny and deeply delightful...told with such generosity of spirit and consistent good humor…” - Screen International
Winner - Audience Award - San Fran FF
Winner - Audience Award - Indie FF of Boston
The Music of Strangers:
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble
USA /Music Documentary / PG-13 / 96 min
Director: Morgan Neville
Over 16 years an extraordinary group of musicians, vocalists & storytellers has come together to celebrate the universal power of music. Named for the ancient trade route, this international collective created by cellist Yo-Yo Ma gathers around the world, exemplifying music’s ability to blur geographical boundaries, blend disparate cultures and inspire hope for both artists and audiences.
“Lovely to watch...even more beautiful to hear.” - New York Times
Winner - Best Doc - Provincetown FF
OUR LITTLE SISTER
Japan / PG / 128 min
Director: Hirokazu Kore-eda
Three sisters who live together travel to their estranged father’s funeral where they meet their new teenage half-sister. She is invited to live with them and begins a new life.
Winner - Best Film, San Sebastian Int. FF
Nominee - Palm d’Or - Cannes FF
“A delicate, unforced meditation on the bonds of family and the joys and wonders hidden in everyday life…” - LA Times
A MAN CALLED OVE
Director: Hannes Holm
Sweden / Drama / PG-13 / 116 min
Ove is a widowed, grumpy condo watchman who prides himself on maintaining order. When pregnant Parvaneh and her family moves into the house opposite and accidentally backs into Ove's mailbox it turns out to be an unexpected friendship.
“A touching comic crowdpleaser that may call for a tissue or two by the end.” - Variety
Winner - Best Actor - Seattle Int FF
Winner - Audience Award - Traverse City FF
Uk, Luxembourg / Drama / R / 135 min
Director: Terence Davies
Set in rural Scotland, an intimate epic of hope, tragedy and love. The story is driven by young heroine Chris and her intense passion for life, for love and the unforgiving land. World War I reaches from afar impacting the small community and testing her remarkable strength.
“An art film of uncommon beauty.” - St. Louis Post
The Eagle Huntress
Mongolia/USA /Documentary / G / 87 min
Director: Otto Bell
13-year-old Aisholpan is the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to train to become an eagle hunter. Set against the breathtaking landscape of the Mongolian steppe, this girl power story is awe-inspiring both visually and dramatically.
Step aside Katniss!
Sundance Film Festival
“Amazing!...Packed with stunning cinematography…” - Sundance FF
MARCH & APRIL FILMS - TBA