Films

Fantasy Flicks: 'Labyrinth'

A teenage girl sets off on a quest to save her infant brother, who has been kidnapped by the Goblin King. Featuring the puppetry of Jim Henson and produced by George Lucas. 

Global Lens Film Series: 'Modest Reception'

Join the Southwest Neighborhood Library as apart of the Global Lens Films series, as we present the foreign film Modest Reception (Paziraie Sadeh).Directed by Mani Haghighi Iran, 2012, 100 minutes. In Farsi with English subtitles.

Fantasy Flicks: 'Blade Runner'

The final cut of director Ridley Scott's dystopian thriller. Starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, and Edward James Olmos. Based on Philip K. Dick's novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?1982, 117 mins. Rated R.

Global Lens Film Series: 'Beijing Flickers'

Beijing Flickers (You-Zhong)Directed by Zhang Yuan China, 2012, 96 mins. In Mandarin with English subtitles.

Saturday Classic Film Matinee

Join us the third Saturday of every month for a different classic film at 1 p.m. in room A-5.  Reconnect with some of your old favorites and get introduced to others you have always wanted to see. This month we will be showing Mel Brooks' great slapstick western spoof Blazing Saddles.The film stars Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder, Slim Pickens, and Harvey Korman. 

Tyler Perry Film Festival

Bellevue Presents: Tyler Perry Adult Film Festival Why Did I Get Married?Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m.Main Meeting Room The Family that PreysThursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m.Main Meeting Room 

September Film Series

The September Film Series, Stoppard on Screen, focuses on works by renowned playwright Tom Stoppard. All screenings begin at 6 p.m.September 3 -- Empire of the Sun (PG, 1987, 152 minutes)

Retro Movie Night

Petworth Retro Movie Night presents The Big Sleep, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and based on a novel of the same name by Raymond Chandler.

March on Washington Film Series

Eyes on the Prize Part 4: No Easy Walk (1961-1963) (55 Minutes)The civil rights movement discovers the power of mass demonstrations as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. emerges as its most visible leader. Some demonstrations succeed; others fail.

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