Now Playing:

Wicked Little Letters
(100 min R) 2024
Ends Apr 18
When a deeply conservative resident (Olivia Colman) of a British seaside community is the primary recipient of anonymous profane letters, suspicion immediately falls upon her neighbor---a rowdy Irish immigrant (Jessie Buckley). Starts April 5.

Sunday, Apr 14
12:45 pm Screen 2 3:00 pm Screen 2 5:15 pm Screen 2 7:30 pm Screen 2
Monday, Apr 15
4:30 pm Screen 2 6:45 pm Screen 2
Tuesday, Apr 16
4:30 pm Screen 2 6:45 pm Screen 2
Wednesday, Apr 17
4:30 pm Screen 2 6:45 pm Screen 2SEE ALL SHOWTIMES
Saturday, April 27th at 7:00pm
Presented by: Articine Join us for our annual fundraiser as we unveil our newest production, Dottie, a short film exploring the nuances of dementia and humanity. Red carpet attire encouraged!

(96 min)
Sunday, April 14 at 3:30pm
Moti Bernstein is the son every mother wants, a student every rabbi loves to teach, the ideal Yeshiva study mate, the perfect match for every bride. He has it all: a good family, a brilliant mind, and he is not bad looking either. In search of a wife, he meets the best girls in the Jewish Orthodox world, but he falls for the one girl he can never have.
Film screening will be followed by Festival Wrap Party at 5:30pm

The Monkey House
(128 min)
Sunday, April 14 at 1:00pm
Amir Haddad, a Palestinian filmmaker, stumbles upon a complex scam concocted by Amitai Kariv, a left-wing Israeli novelist, and Margo Mai, a fast-talking young woman who is writing Kariv’s biography. Haddad considers this encounter fodder for a docu-thriller rife with passion and deceit. But Kariv, not a nemesis to be taken lightly, takes exception to Haddad’s investigation, and Margo Mai seems to be playing both sides. When narratives collide, truth is an immediate victim.

La Chimera
(133 min) 2023
LA CHIMERA In Italian with English subtitles Italy, early 1980s. Newly released from prison, an English archaeologist (Josh O'Connor) with an amazing gift for locating Etruscan artifacts buried with the dead, rejoins a ragtag band of tomb raiders, hoping for a valuable discovery that will make them all rich. Starts Friday, April 12

Monday, Apr 15
3:45 pm Screen 1 6:30 pm Screen 1
Tuesday, Apr 16
3:45 pm Screen 1 6:30 pm Screen 1
Wednesday, Apr 17
3:45 pm Screen 1 6:30 pm Screen 1
Thursday, Apr 18
3:45 pm Screen 1
The Paradise Paradox
(73 min) 2024
Executive produced by Olympic ski racer Bode Miller and Emmy Award-winning impact sports filmmaker Brett Rapkin, THE PARADISE PARADOX explores the mental health crisis affecting America’s mountain towns and the innovative solutions being developed in response.

Tuesday, May 14
6:30 pm Screen 2

Coming Up:

Sasquatch Sunset
Opens Apr 19
In the misty forests of North America, a family of Sasquatches find themselves on a collision course with the ever-changing world around them.

Thursday, Apr 18
7:00 pm Screen 1
The Angel Of Gaza & The Present
Presented By Palestine Education Network The Angel Of Gaza- 2021 award winning film narrated by 8 year old Malak telling the story of her family’s love, sacrifice, separation and reunification. The Present- Poignant Oscar nominated film depicting a Palestinian man and his daughter living in the West Bank and their struggle with the daily humiliation of check points.

Wednesday, Apr 24
7:00 pm Screen 1
Opens Apr 26
Tashi (Zendaya), a former tennis prodigy turned coach is married to a champion on a losing streak (Mike Faist). Her strategy for her husband's redemption takes a surprising turn when he must face off against his former best friend and Tashi's former boyfriend (Josh O'Connor).


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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!