Sunday, October 2nd at 2:30 pm
featuring Q & A w/ director Mark Titus
Ithaca Sustainable Seafood Week 2016 kicks off with a special screening of The Breach—discover a trail of human hubris, historical amnesia and potential tragedy looming in Alaska – all conspiring to end the most sustainable wild food left on the planet.
DEATH MAKES LIFE POSSIBLE
Tuesday, October 18 at 7pm
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Portion of Proceeds to Benefit Hospicare
This groundbreaking film, by Deepak Chopra MD and Marilyn Schlitz PhD, seeks to transform the fear of death into an inspiration for living.
Wednesday, October 19 at 7 pm
featuring Q & A with filmmakers Jesse & Jeremy Veverka
Passfire is an independently produced feature documentary about the world’s most amazing fireworks, the people who make them and the cultures behind them. Don’t miss your 2nd chance to see it on the big screen!
Wharton Studio Presents:
Buster Keaton Shorts
Saturday, Oct 15 at 2 pm
$6 General Admission
(12 & under free)
The Flying Ace
w/ intro and Q & A by historian Barbara Tepa Lupack
Saturday, Oct 22 at 2 pm
Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA
Monday, October 24 at 7 pm
screening followed by presentation by NYS Assemblywoman, Barbara Lifton
The screening originally promoted as occurring at Cinemapolis has changed venues to Textor Hall on the Ithaca College campus.
Tuesday, November 1 at 7 pm
In 2016, nearly 250,000 people are legally paid less than the minimum wage, on average, less than $2 an hour. “Bottom Dollars” is an hour long documentary that exposes the exploitation of people with disabilities through personal stories and expert interviews.
PuppHitz presents Heather Henson’s Handmade Puppet Dreams
Tuesday, November 8 at 7 pm
Handmade Puppet Dreams showcases the fresh voices of independent puppeteers who embrace film to explore a spectrum of live-action puppetry styles. Volumes in the series have toured since 2005, screening throughout North America as well as in the Czech Republic, India, the United Kingdom, Israel, and Prague.
Ithaca Fantastik will unleash its fifth annual film festival Nov. 9–13 in Ithaca, NY. The IF team has carefully crafted a lineup to offer something for every fantastic film lover.
Tuesday, November 29 at 7 pm
Screening of PBS Series “First Peoples”
co-presented by WSKG
Part of a 3 month community wide exploration of human origins and what it means to be human, presented by Tompkins County Public Library and the Paleontological Research Institute
Cinemapolis celebrates its 30th Anniversary this fall! Throughout the month of November, we’ll feature special one-night only screenings of key movies from the past three decades.
Queen of Katwe
Special ONE DAY ONLY Screening
Saturday, December 3rd at 2 pm
General Admission – $7, Youth/Students – $5
Panel discussion to follow facilitated by Dr. Nia Nunn, with special guests including Thia Harriet (SSCC) and students from Ithaca City School District and Ithaca College.
CITIZEN CLARK…A LIFE OF PRINCIPLE
Sunday, December 4 at 2 pm
featuring Q & A with director Joseph C. Stillman
General Admission – $10
This feature documentary details Ramsey Clark’s lifetime commitment to justice and human rights. As the highest law enforcement officer of the land under LBJ, Clark supervised the drafting and the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Civil Rights Act of 1968, two key milestones in the history of the United States.
After TWO SOLD OUT performances, it’s back!
Tuesday, December 6 at 7 pm
General Admission – $10
Writer/director Sue Perlgut presents two multi-media performances of her celebration of women’s advice and wisdom.
This summer, we continue our tradition of live theater events on screen with the launch of a new season of productions from Shakespeare’s Globe and a special season of encore productions from National Theatre Live. Combined, the two programs give cinema-goers from Ithaca and beyond a chance to see world-class theatre without the pesky intercontinental airfare!
Free Screening of Years of Living Dangerously Episode on Bipartisan Climate Solutions (*Followed by Discussion with Ithaca’s Citizens’ Climate Lobby Chapter)
Wednesday, December 14, 2016, from 7-9 pm
The Family Classics Picture Show finishes its 2nd year on Sunday, December 18th at 2pm with a screening of It’s A Wonderful Life. Discounted tickets for these special Sunday events are just $3 for adults, $2 for kids, or $10 for an entire family. FCPS is made possible by lead sponsor Wells Fargo Advisors, with additional support from Mama Goose.
At noon, on Christmas Day (Sunday, December 25th), join other Cinemapolitans for a special Thai brunch and movie to benefit the theater’s Annual Fund.
The experience of award-winning film is great for everyone on your holiday shopping list, and we’re offering some easy ways to give the gift of cinema this year.
As a benefit for Ithaca City of Asylum, Cornell’s Middle Eastern Music Ensemble will perform a concert of music from Turkey, Greece, Egypt, and Iran at Cinemapolis on Thursday, February 9th at 7pm.
The community is invited to a celebration showcasing Vitamin L’s new video of its iconic song “Walk a Mile.”
Saturday, February 11 at 2 pm
Tickets – $7 suggestion donation
Sunday, February 12 at 2 pm
Tickets – $7 General Admission
Join the Paleontological Research Institution (PRI) for a screening of the 1960 film Inherit the Wind, a fictionalized account of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial.
Saturday, Feb 18 at 2pm
in conjunction with the New Jim Crow Community Book Read and in anticipation of director Dawn Porter’s appearance at the State Theater on Tuesday, Feb 21st.
Talkback led by Eric Kofi Acree, Director of the John Henrik Clarke Africana Library at Cornell University
The Family Classics Picture Show continues its 3rd year on Sunday, February 19th at 2pm with a screening of The African Queen. Discounted tickets for these special Sunday events are just $3 for adults, $2 for kids, or $10 for an entire family. FCPS is made possible by lead sponsor The Ainslie Reilly Group at Morgan Stanley, with additional support from Mama Goose.