2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION

Previously Played

  • THINGS TO COME
    1:00 5:10
    JUST IMAGINE
    3:00 ONLY

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Part of the seriesSUMMER FESTIVAL OF FANTASY, HORROR & SCIENCE FICTION

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THINGS TO COME and JUST IMAGINE

THINGS TO COME

Also playing on Monday, September 2

(1936, William Cameron Menzies) H.G. Wells’ astounding forecast of mankind’s fall and rise, from a second Great War through the decline of civilization, through the phoenix-like birth of a brave new technology in the year 2036. Approx. 100 min. DCP.
1:00, 5:10

“The most elaborate science-fiction movie ever made in England until 2001! Posh and modernistic – an amusingly dated view of the future.”
– Pauline Kael

“In the realm of 'prophetic science fiction', it is a genre landmark.”
– Time Out  (London)

THINGS TO COME and JUST IMAGINE

JUST IMAGINE

(1930, David Butler) High Deco Manhattan in far-off 1980, when numbers replace names, commuters get stuck in aerial jams, and babies pop out of vending machines. Approx. 113 min. 35mm.
3:00 ONLY

“Perhaps the only sci-fi musical comedy ever made… cheerfully foolish.”
– Pauline Kael