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Bob Marley: One Love
(Reinaldo Marcus Green, 104 minutes, PG-13, 2024)
The story of how reggae icon Bob Marley overcame adversity, and the journey behind his revolutionary music.

Monday, Mar 4
2:10 PM
Tuesday, Mar 5
12:30 PM 3:15 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
5:00 PM
The Taste of Things
(Anh Hung Tran, 135 minutes, PG-13, 2024)
The story of Eugenie, an esteemed cook, and Dodin, the fine gourmet who she has been working for over the last 20 years.

Monday, Mar 4
4:50 PM
Tuesday, Mar 5
3:10 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
7:40 PM
Perfect Days
(Wim Wenders, 123 minutes, PG, 2024)
A janitor in Japan drives between jobs listening to rock music.

Monday, Mar 4
7:40 PM
Tuesday, Mar 5
6:00 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
1:50 PM
2024 Oscar Shorts: Live Action
(140 minutes, NR)
Live action short films.

Tuesday, Mar 5
12:20 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
2:00 PM
2024 Oscar Shorts: Documentary
(140 minutes, NR)
Documentary short films.

Monday, Mar 4
2:00 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
5:00 PM
2024 Oscar shorts: Animation
(80 minutes, NR)
Animated short films.

Thursday, Mar 7
8:00 PM
Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary
(John Scheinfeld, 99 minutes, NR, 2017)
An exploration of the global power and impact of the music of John Coltrane where the passions, experiences and forces that shaped his life and revolutionary sounds are revealed.

Monday, Mar 4
5:00 PM
Tuesday, Mar 5
6:20 PM
Dune: Part Two
(Denis Villeneuve, 166 minutes, PG-13, 2024)
Paul Atreides unites with Chani and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family.

Monday, Mar 4
2:30 PM 7:20 PM
Tuesday, Mar 5
12:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:20 PM
Thursday, Mar 7
1:30 PM 4:15 PM 7:20 PM
Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration: The Rose Tattoo
(Daniel Mann, 117 minutes, NR, 1955)
A Sicilian seamstress who idolizes her husband must deal with several family crises upon his sudden death.

Monday, Mar 4
6:30 PM

Coming Soon

Womens Film Festival: I Will Follow
(Ava DuVernay, 80 minutes, NR, 2010)
Opens Mar 6
The 4th annual Women's Film Festival, presented in collaboration with the National Organization for Women Key West chapter, is set to showcase four compelling films throughout the month of March. Each screening promises an enriching experience, beginning with an introduction that sets the stage for the themes and significance of the film being presented. Following each screening, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions during post-film QA sessions. This festival not only celebrates the diverse voices and stories of women in cinema but also fosters a platform for dialogue and community engagement surrounding these impactful narratives. Chronicles a day in the life of a grieving woman, and the twelve visitors who help her move forward.

Wednesday, Mar 6
6:00 PM
The 96th Annual Academy Awards
(300 minutes, NR, 2012)
Opens Mar 10
Step onto the red carpet and indulge in an unforgettable evening of glamour and entertainment. We're closing Eaton Street at 5:00 PM to host an outdoor party under the Tropic marquee, featuring delectable food, signature cocktails, and a live screening of the red carpet event hosted by Gwen Filosa on the outdoor screen. At 7:00 PM, join QMitch inside the theaters for the Academy Awards show. Enjoy a live auction for signed movie posters and private screenings, along with a delectable dessert bar, popcorn station, ballot challenges, and much more. Get your tickets now and join us for an evening of Hollywood magic.

Sunday, Mar 10
5:00 PM
Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration: Baby Doll
(Elia Kazan, 114 minutes, NR, 1956)
Opens Mar 11
An immature child bride holds her anxious husband at bay while flirting with an amorous Sicilian farmer.

Monday, Mar 11
6:30 PM
Womens Film Festival: A New Leaf
(Elaine May, 102 minutes, G, 1971)
Opens Mar 13
The 4th annual Women's Film Festival, presented in collaboration with the National Organization for Women Key West chapter, is set to showcase four compelling films throughout the month of March. Each screening promises an enriching experience, beginning with an introduction that sets the stage for the themes and significance of the film being presented. Following each screening, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions during post-film QA sessions. This festival not only celebrates the diverse voices and stories of women in cinema but also fosters a platform for dialogue and community engagement surrounding these impactful narratives. Henry Graham lives the life of a playboy. When his lawyer tells him one day that his lifestyle has consumed all his funds, he needs an idea to avoid climbing down the social ladder. So he intends to marry a rich woman and - murder...

Wednesday, Mar 13
6:00 PM
Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration: Period of Adjustment
(George Roy Hill, 112 minutes, NR, 1962)
Opens Mar 18
A newlywed couple`s honeymoon is disrupted by their friends` marital problems.

Monday, Mar 18
6:30 PM
Peggy Dow`s Birthday Celebration: Harvey
(Henry Koster, 104 minutes, NR, 1950)
Opens Mar 18
Celbrate Peggy Dow`s birthday with us! Due to his insistence that he has an invisible six foot-tall rabbit for a best friend, a whimsical middle-aged man is thought by his family to be insane - but he may be wiser than anyone knows.

Monday, Mar 18
2:00 PM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM
Womens Film Festival: One Sings, the Other Doesn`t
(Agnès Varda, 120 minutes, NR, 1977)
Opens Mar 20
The 4th annual Women's Film Festival, presented in collaboration with the National Organization for Women Key West chapter, is set to showcase four compelling films throughout the month of March. Each screening promises an enriching experience, beginning with an introduction that sets the stage for the themes and significance of the film being presented. Following each screening, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions during post-film QA sessions. This festival not only celebrates the diverse voices and stories of women in cinema but also fosters a platform for dialogue and community engagement surrounding these impactful narratives. The lives of Pomme, an aspiring singer, and Suzanne, a struggling mother, as they search for their own identity in 1970s France.

Wednesday, Mar 20
6:30 PM
Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration: The Fugitive Kind
(Sidney Lumet, 119 minutes, NR, 1960)
Opens Mar 25
Valentine quot;Snakeskinquot; Xavier, a trouble-prone drifter trying to go straight, wanders into a small Mississippi town looking for a simple and honest life but finds himself embroiled with problem-filled women.

Monday, Mar 25
6:30 PM
Womens Film Festival: Joan Baez I Am a Noise
(Miri Navasky, Maeve O'Boyle, Karen O'Connor, 113 minutes, NR, 2023)
Opens Mar 27
The 4th annual Women's Film Festival, presented in collaboration with the National Organization for Women Key West chapter, is set to showcase four compelling films throughout the month of March. Each screening promises an enriching experience, beginning with an introduction that sets the stage for the themes and significance of the film being presented. Following each screening, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions during post-film QA sessions. This festival not only celebrates the diverse voices and stories of women in cinema but also fosters a platform for dialogue and community engagement surrounding these impactful narratives. At the end of a 60-year career, legendary singer and activist Joan Baez takes an honest look back and a deep look inward as she tries to make sense of her large, history-making life, and the personal struggles she`s kept private.

Wednesday, Mar 27
6:30 PM