It's A Wonderful Life (in 35mm!)

 

 

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members. Showtimes subject to change):
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Friday, December 20th: 7:20pm
Saturday, December 21st: 8:00pm
Sunday, December 22nd: 4:30pm
Tuesday, December 24th: 7:30pm
Wednesday, December 25th: 5:00pm
Thursday, December 26th: 7:30pm
Sunday, December 29th (encore): 7:00pm
Monday, December 30th (encore): 7:30pm
Wednesday, January 1st (encore): 6:30pm

 

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

 

It's A Wonderful Life (1/1)

Presented in 35mm!
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1/1/2014 - 6:30PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”! NOTE: our trailer contains the film’s original showdates of December 20-26. This show will take place on January 1st.

It's A Wonderful Life (12/29)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_1
12/29/2013 - 7PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”! NOTE: our trailer contains the film’s original showdates of December 20-26. This show will take place on December 29th.

It's A Wonderful Life (12/26)

Presented in 35mm!
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12/26/2013 - 7:30PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

It's A Wonderful Life (12/25)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_5
12/25/2013 - 7:30PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

It's A Wonderful Life (12/24)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_4
12/24/2013 - 7:30PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

It's A Wonderful Life (12/22)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_3
12/22/2013 - 4:30PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

It's A Wonderful Life (12/21)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_2
12/21/2013 - 8PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen. Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades. Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

It's A Wonderful Life (12/20)

Presented in 35mm!
wonderfullife600_1
12/20/2013 - 7:20PM

“It’s a great — really great — film, so densely well made that to watch any three minutes is to realize how paltry the vast majority of movies are by comparison.” — Richard T. Jameson

“The epiphany of movie sentiment and a transcendent experience.” — Dave Kehr

It’s a Wonderful Life has earned its legion of followers because it effectively touches upon one basic truth of life that we all would like to believe — that each of us, no matter how apparently insignificant, has the power to make a difference.” — Reelviews

If you’ve only seen it in scratchy, fuzzy UHF television presentations — if you watch it once a year, every year — if you’ve never seen it before — or if you fall somewhere in-between — then you owe it to yourself, your kids, your parents, your grandkids, your grandparents, the cousins, and any other living human combination to see Frank Capra’s immortal classic on the big screen.  Jimmy Stewart was born to play the role of George Bailey, the Everyman whose unflappable spirit (even in the face of the deepest despair) has been of quintessential importance to American popular culture for the last several decades.  Having lost not one iota of its emotional power, It’s A Wonderful Life is an unmistakable treasure, and might just be the true meaning of Christmas.
Dir. Frank Capra, 1946, 35mm, 130 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “It’s A Wonderful Life”!

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