4K Restoration: The film is a stylistically brilliant quartet of vignettes set during the waning years of the Batista regime. The interconnecting stories that propel the film along were written by Russian poet laureate Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Read a full review of I Am Cuba.
The Met: Live in HD: Drawing from the same Winston Graham novel about a mysterious woman with multiple identities, which inspired the 1964 Hitchcock film, this operatic version is helmed by composer Nico Muhly.
Saturday Cinema: In the follow-up to Jurassic World, park executive Claire Dearing (Howard), now a struggling conservationist, recruits dinosaur wrangler Owen Grady (Pratt) to rescue everyone’s favorite hyperintelligent velociraptor, Blue, from a volcano. Read a full review of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Backyard Movie Night: Families are encouraged to come an hour early to enjoy a "Family Camp Preview," which includes a guided hike, fossil hunt, backyard family games, nature crafts, and more. Read a full review of Rudy.
Just what it says on the tin, with panels, screenings, awards, and even a category for the worst films you've ever made. This fest offers a chance to dip your toe into the festival waters before applying to Cannes. Sunday spotlights films made by women.
The Harry Ransom Center and Zach Theatre are partnering to celebrate the life and career of the four-time Tony award-winning playwright and LGBTQ activist Terrence McNally. It begins with a VIP dinner on Saturday at a private home; continues on Saturday with a special screening of Every Act of Life, followed by a talk-back session with McNally and Dave Steakley; and concludes with the 80th Birthday Gala Performance on Sunday at ZACH.