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Ezra
(100 min) 2024
Divorced stand-up comedian Max Bernal struggles to raise his autistic son, Ezra. Forced to confront difficult decisions about the boy's future, Max and Ezra embark on a cross-country road trip that has a transcendent impact on both of their lives.

Thursday, Jun 13
4:00 pm Screen 2 6:30 pm Screen 2
Friday, Jun 14
1:30 pm Screen 2 4:00 pm Screen 2
Saturday, Jun 15
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Babes
(104 min R) 2024
BABES follows inseparable childhood best friends Eden and Dawn, having grown up in NYC, now firmly in different phases of adulthood. When carefree and single Eden decides to have a baby on her own after a one-night stand, their friendship faces it's greatest challenge. BABES delves into the complexities of female friendship with a blend of laughter, tears and labor pains.

Thursday, Jun 13
4:15 pm Screen 1 6:45 pm Screen 1
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
(104 R) 1994 Australia Stephan Elliott, director
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Stephen Elliot’s inspiring comedy classic.

Friday, Jun 14
7:00 pm Screen 2

Coming Up:

Hedwig and the Angry Inch
(95 R) 2001 John Cameron Mitchell, director
Writer-director-star John Cameron Mitchell and composer-lyricist Stephen Trask bring their signature creation from stage to screen for a movie as unclassifiable as its protagonist.

Saturday, Jun 15
8:00 pm Screen 2
The Celluloid Closet
(102) 1996 US Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, director
The Celluloid Closet takes a thought-provoking look at the decades of omission and misrepresentation endured by the gay community in mainstream cinema.

Sunday, Jun 16
6:30 pm Screen 2
Pride
(120 PG) 2014 UK Matthew Warchus, director
Based on the inspirational true story. Set in the summer of 1984 – Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike.

Monday, Jun 17
7:00 pm Screen 2
But I'm a Cheerleader
(85 R) 2000 Jamie Babbit, director
This whimsically edgy comedy follows teenager Megan (Natasha Lyonne), whose suburban existence filled with friends, cheerleading, and all-American fun is upended when her straight-laced parents suspect she may be a lesbian.

Tuesday, Jun 18
7:00 pm Screen 2
Moonlight
(110 R) 2016 Barry Jenkins, director
A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

Wednesday, Jun 19
7:00 pm Screen 2
The Matrix
(136 min R) 1999
It’s been 25 years since, Lilly and Lana Wachoski’s genre-bending, blockbuster The Matrix was released to theaters! Join us to celebrate the queer cultural legacy of this film and its trans directors The Wachowski sisters.    Costumes are encouraged!

Thursday, Jun 20
7:00 pm Screen 2
Ghostlight
(115 min R) 2024
When a construction worker unexpectedly joins a local theater's production of Romeo and Juliet, the drama onstage starts to mirror his own life.

The Bikeriders
(116 min R) 2024
THE BIKERIDERS follows the rise of a midwestern motorcycle club, the Vandals. Seen through the lives of its members, the club evolves over the course of a decade from a gathering place for local outsiders into a more sinister gang, threatening the original group’s unique way of life.

Thursday, Jun 20
4:00 pm Screen 2
Tuesday
(111 min R) 2024
A mother desperately tries to avoid the impending reality of her terminally ill daughter's passing.  One day, Death arrives in the form of a size-altering macaw that sends them on an emotional journey which examines the complexities of accepting death. 

Friday, Jun 14
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Saturday, Jun 15
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Sunday, Jun 16
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Merchandise

Available for purchase at the theater

Red River Theatres Ceramic Mug $12

Support local cinema while enjoying a nice warm winter drink in your custom Red River Mug! A cool cafe-style shape and solid ceramic construction makes this mug the perfect gift.

Movies and a Mug $25

Need a little something for the cinema fan in your life? We’ve got just the thing! The Movie in a Mug includes (1) custom RRT ceramic mug, (2) regular movie passes, and (1) medium popcorn pass ($40 value), packaged neatly in a gift bag and ready to go.

Dinner and a Movie $40

Description: A classic night out for friends, couples, and family – dinner and a show! Choose a $25 gift card to one of three restaurants: 1) Revival Kitchen & Bar, 2) Hermanos, or Dos Amigos AND (2) regular movie passes. A combined $49 value!