“A Hidden Life” Opens Jan. 3
Based on real events, this is the story of an unsung hero who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II. Written and directed by Oklahoman Terrence Malick.
“1917” Opens Jan. 10
At the height of World War I, two British soldiers are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message. Written and directed by Sam Mendes.
“Just Mercy” Opens Jan. 10
The film shadows world-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson as he recounts his experiences and details the case of a condemned death row prisoner whom he fought to free. Starring Brie Larson, Tulsa-born actor Tim Blake Nelson, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx.
“63 Up” Opens Jan. 10
Led by award-winning director Michael Apted throughout the decades, this documentary anthology has now reached “63 Up,” gaining further illuminating insight into its premise of asking whether or not our adult lives are pre-determined by our earliest influences and the social class in which we are raised.
Golden Globes Viewing Party 7 p.m. | Jan. 5
Enjoy the live telecast on the big screen honoring the best in TV and film for 2019. Jarrod Kopp returns to host the pre-show with trivia and prizes.
“West Of Zanzibar” (1928) 11 a.m. | Jan. 11
Lon Chaney and Lionel Barrymore star in this gripping drama of vengeance. Bill Rowland provides accompaniment on Circle Cinema’s original 1928 pipe organ.
“Weathering with You” presented by Anime Club 7:30 p.m. | Jan. 15
A high-school boy who has run away to Tokyo befriends a girl who appears to be able to manipulate the weather.
“All My Sons” presented by National Theatre Live 7 p.m. | Jan. 16
Written by Arthur Miller, starring Bill Pullman and Sally Field. Joe and Kate Keller are a success story in 1947 America. But their contented lives are about to shatter. A figure from the past forces long buried truths to the surface lying bare the price of their American dream.
Silent Movie Night 7 p.m. | Jan. 20
Buster Keaton stars in “Three Ages” (1923), presented by Sooner State Chapter of American Theatre Organ Society. In his first independently produced feature film, Keaton tells stories of love and romance through three historical ages: the Stone Age, Roman Age and Modern Age.
“Flash Gordon” 10 p.m. | Jan. 24-25
Based on the 1930s comic strip, and featuring the music of super-group Queen, this feature film has Flash and Dale Arden racing through space to battle Ming the Merciless, to save Earth from destruction.
Compiled by David Kimball, Circle Cinema. Visit circlecinema.org for pricing and additional information.