With a lot of TV series' spring seasons coming to an end, now is the perfect time for fans of Tuesday night shows like The Flash, Fresh Off the Boat and Dance Moms to start planning what they're going to do that night for a little entertainment.
Have no fear! Texas Public Radio's Cinema Tuesdays has you covered. The popular film series is back starting Tuesday, May 31 and the 2016 summer lineup looks as impressive as ever. (Note: all you Person of Interest fans, just DVR it!)
"With the success of film series like Slab Cinema and others, it really seems like people want to watch movies together," said Nathan Cone, TPR's director of cultural and community engagement, who programs the film series. "Whether it allows them to talk about the movies afterwards or intuitively feed off everyone's emotions, it's just more fun to experience it with someone else."
While 11 of the 12 films will screen at the Santikos Bijou Theater (4522 Fredericksburg Rd.) inside the Wonderland of the Americas Mall, this year's Cinema Tuesday series kicks off May 31 at the Santikos Palladium Theater (17703 W. I-H 10) with a 3D screening of Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 crime thriller Dial M for Murder, starring Oscar winners Grace Kelly (The Country Girl) and Ray Milland (The Lost Weekend).
Dial M for Murder
May 31 - 7:30pm at the Santikos Palladium
June 7 - 7pm
To Kill a Mockingbird
June 14 - 7:30pm
The Quiet Man
June 21 - 7:30pm
Academy Awards Short Films Program
June 28 - 7:30pm
My Dinner with Andre
July 5 - 7:30pm
The Last Temptation of Christ
July 12 – 7pm
Chimes at Midnight
July 19 – 7:30pm
Saturday Night Fever
July 26 – 7:30pm
August 2 – 7:30pm
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
August 9 – 7:30pm
The Last Picture Show
August 16 – 7:30pm
A suggested donation for each screening is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Seasons tickets are also available here. You can also call (210) 614-8977 or 1-800-622-8977 to make advance reservations.
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