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Enjoy Old Greenbelt Theatre’s Newly Renovated and
Re-opened Main Auditorium!

Films with “AUD” in showtime will be shown in OGT’s newly renovated main auditorium. Films with “POP” in the showtime will be shown in our Pop-up cinema at 125 Centerway. OGT is operating on two screens through the end of February, at which time we will be renovating the Pop-up into a permanent, state-of-the-art Screening Room as part of our Beyond the Screen Initiative


Beanpole (Dylda)
2020 Russia Kantemir Balagov, director
Opens Feb 21
Screen: POP
1945, Leningrad. World War II has devastated the city, demolishing its buildings and leaving its citizens in tatters, physically and mentally. Although the siege -- one of the worst in history -- is finally over, life and death continue their battle in the wreckage that remains. Two young women, Iya and Masha, search for meaning and hope in the struggle to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins.

(125 minutes PG-13) 2019 CC, DVS Kasi Lemmons, director
FREE @ 1 pm on Feb 23
Screen: AUD
Sponsored by the City of Greenbelt Recreation Department. Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, Harriet tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history.

Sunday, Feb 23
1:00 PM FREE
Storytime on Screen
(30 minutes)
Screen: AUD

FREE! A story, a short movie, and a craft recommended for ages 0-5.

Presented in conjunction with the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System and made possible through the generous support of the Friends of New Carrollton Library and Friends of Greenbelt Library.

Monday, Feb 24
Monday, Mar 9
Monday, Mar 23
Monday, Apr 27
Monday, May 11
Monday, Jun 8
Monday, Jun 22
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
(119 minutes R) 2020 France Céline Sciamma, director
Opens Feb 28
France, 1760. Marianne is commissioned to paint the wedding portrait of Héloïse, a young woman who has just left the convent. Because she is a reluctant bride-to-be, Marianne arrives under the guise of companionship, observing Héloïse by day and secretly painting her by firelight at night. As the two women orbit one another, intimacy and attraction grow as they share Héloïse's first moments of freedom. Héloïse's portrait soon becomes a collaborative act of and testament to their love.

School's Out! Snow Day Films
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Whenever Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS) announces a full-day school closure due to snow, Old Greenbelt Theatre hosts a School's Out! Snow Day film screening. To receive notifications of School's Out! screenings, scroll down and sign up for our email list. We also post Snow Day film screening announcements on Facebook.

Top Hat (1935)
(99 minutes NR) 1935 Mark Sandrich, director
FREE @ 1 pm on Mar 2
One of the best of the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers musicals, Top Hat centers on a typical mistaken-identity plot, with wealthy Dale Tremont (Rogers), on holiday in London and Venice, assuming that American entertainer Jerry Travers (Astaire) is the husband of her friend Madge (Helen Broderick)—who's actually the wife of Jerry's business manager Horace Hardwick (Edward Everett Horton). Complicating matters is Dale's jealous suitor Beddini (Erik Rhodes), whose motto is "For the woman the kiss — for the man the sword." Beddini is disposed of by some last-minute chicanery on the part of Jerry's faithful valet Bates (Eric Blore), paving the way for the happy ending everyone knew was coming from the opening scene.

Monday, Mar 2
1:00 PM FREE
Castle in the Sky
(124 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating Age 9+) 1989 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
@ 8 pm on Mar 2
This high-flying adventure begins when Pazu, an engineer’s apprentice, spies a young girl, Sheeta, floating down from the sky, held aloft by a glowing pendant. Both Sheeta and Pazu are searching for the legendary floating castle, Laputa, and they vow to travel there together to unravel the mystery of the luminous crystal. But their quest won’t be easy, as soon they are being pursued by greedy air pirates, the military, and secret government agents, who all seek the power Sheeta alone can control.

Monday, Mar 2
8:00 pm AUD
A Bigger Splash
(106 minutes NR) 1974 Jack Hazan, director
Opens Mar 15
An intimate and innovative film about English-born, often California-based artist David Hockney and his work, honoring its subject through creative risk-taking. The result is at once a time capsule of hedonistic gay life in the 1970s, an honest-yet-tender depiction of gay male romance that dispenses with the then-current narratives of self-hatred and self-pity, an invaluable view of art history in action, and a record of artistic creation that is itself a work of art.

Sunday, Mar 15
8:00 pm AUD
Monday, Mar 16
1:00 pm AUD
Howl's Moving Castle
(119 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating Age 8+) 2004 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
@ 8 pm on Mar 16
Sophie, a quiet girl working in a hat shop, finds her life thrown into turmoil when she is literally swept off her feet by a handsome but mysterious wizard named Howl. The vain and vengeful Witch of the Waste, jealous of their friendship, puts a curse on Sophie and turns her into a 90-year-old woman. On a quest to break the spell, Sophie climbs aboard Howl’s magnificent moving castle and into a new life of wonder and adventure. But as the true power of Howl’s wizardry is revealed, Sophie finds herself fighting to protect them both from a dangerous war of sorcery that threatens their world.

Monday, Mar 16
8:00 pm AUD
The City
(43 NR) 1939 Ralph Steiner, director
Opens Mar 19
Made for the 1939 New York World's Fair, The City is a seminal documentary film distinguished for the organic integration of narration, cinematography (Ralph Steiner and Willard Van Dyke), and music (Aaron Copland). Presented in partnership with the Prince George's Philharmonic & the Greenbelt Museum. A Q&A will follow the screening.

Thursday, Mar 19
8:00 PM FREE
Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show
(120 minutes NR) 2020 John McColgan, director
Opens Mar 22
25 years ago, 7 minutes changed the face of Irish dancing forever. The Eurovision interval act performance of Riverdance gave millions of people a new and exciting glimpse of the future of Irish dance. Now 25 years later, composer Bill Whelan has rerecorded his mesmerising soundtrack while producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan have completely reimagined the ground-breaking show with innovative and spectacular lighting, projection, stage and costume designs.

Sunday, Mar 22
8:00 pm AUD
Fantastic Fungi: the Magic Beneath Us
(74 minutes NR) 2019 Louie Schwartzberg, director
One Night Only Mar 26
Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg, is a consciousness-shifting film that takes us on an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet, an underground network that can heal and save our planet. Through the eyes of renowned scientists and mycologists like Paul Stamets, best-selling authors Michael Pollan, Eugenia Bone, Andrew Weil and others, we become aware of the beauty, intelligence and solutions the fungi kingdom offer us in response to some of our most pressing medical, therapeutic, and environmental challenges.

Thursday, Mar 26
8:00 pm AUD
The Biggest Little Farm
(92 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating: Ages 8+) 2019 CC, DVS John Chester, director
FREE @ 12 pm on Mar 29
Presented in partnership with the Greenbelt Farmers Market. The Biggest Little Farm chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by nature's conflicts, the Chesters unlock and uncover a biodiverse design for living that exists far beyond their farm, its seasons, and our wildest imagination.

Sunday, Mar 29
12:00 PM FREE
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
(117 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating Age 10+) 1984 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
@ 8 pm on Mar 30
A thousand years after the Seven Days of Fire destroyed civilization, warring human factions survive in a world devastated by atmospheric poisons and swarming with gigantic insects. The peaceful Valley of the Wind is nestled on the edge of the Toxic Forest and led by the courageous Princess Nausicaä, whose love of all living things leads her into terrible danger, as she fights to restore balance between humans and nature.

Monday, Mar 30
8:00 pm AUD
Casablanca (1942)
(102 minutes PG) 1942 Michael Curtiz, director
FREE @ 1 pm on Apr 6
Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), who owns a nightclub in Casablanca, discovers his old flame Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). Laszlo is a famed rebel, and with Germans on his tail, Ilsa knows Rick can help them get out of the country.

Monday, Apr 6
1:00 PM FREE
Kiki's Delivery Service
(102 minutes G; Common Sense Media Rating Age 5+) 1989 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
@ 11 am & 8 pm on Apr 13
It is a tradition for all young witches to leave their families on the night of a full moon and fly off into the wide world to learn their craft. When that night comes for Kiki, she embarks on her new journey with her sarcastic black cat, Jiji, landing the next morning in a seaside village, where her unique skills make her an instant sensation. Don’t miss this delightfully imaginative and timeless story of a young girl finding her way in the world,.

Monday, Apr 13
11:00 am AUD 8:00 pm AUD
Exhibition on Screen: Easter in Art
(85 minutes NR) 2020 Phil Grabsky, director
Opens Apr 19
The story of Christ’s death and resurrection has dominated western culture for the past 2000 years. It is perhaps the most significant historical event of all time, as recounted by the gospels but, equally, as depicted by the greatest artists in history. From the triumphant to the savage, the ethereal to the tactile, some of western civilization’s greatest artworks focus on this pivotal moment. This beautifully crafted film explores the Easter story as depicted in art, from the time of the early Christians to the present day.

Sunday, Apr 19
8:00 pm AUD
Monday, Apr 20
1:00 pm AUD
When Marnie Was There
(103 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating Age 9+) 2014 Hiromasa Yonebayashi, director
@ 8 pm on Apr 27
When shy, artistic Anna moves to the seaside to live with her aunt and uncle, she stumbles upon an old mansion surrounded by marshes, and the mysterious young girl, Marnie, who lives there. The two girls instantly form a unique connection and friendship that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. As the days go by, a nearly magnetic pull draws Anna back to the Marsh House again and again, and she begins to piece together the truth surrounding her strange new friend.

Monday, Apr 27
8:00 pm AUD
Father of the Bride (1950)
(93 minutes G) 1950 Vincente Minnelli, director
FREE @ 1 pm on May 4
Stanley T. Banks is a securely middle-class lawyer whose daughter Kay announces that she's going to marry her beau Buckley Dunstan. From that point on, everything in Stanley's life is turned upside down. His wife Ellie wants Kay to have the kind of formal wedding that she and Stanley never had, and between meeting his soon-to-be in-laws, the socially prominent Herbert and Doris Dunstan, his man-to-man talk with the groom, hosting the engagement party, financing the increasingly lavish wedding, and wondering if Kay and Buckley will resolve their differences before arriving at the altar, Stanley barely has time to deal with his own considerable anxieties about his advancing age and how his "little girl" became a grown woman.

Monday, May 4
1:00 PM FREE
The Wind Rises
(126 minutes PG-13; Common Sense Media Rating Age 11+) 2013 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
@ 8 pm on May 11
The final masterpiece from Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) comes a spellbinding movie beyond compare. Jiro dreams of flying and designing beautiful airplanes, inspired by the famous Italian aeronautical designer Caproni. Nearsighted and unable to be a pilot, he becomes one of the world’s most accomplished airplane designers, experiencing key historical events in an epic tale of love, perseverance and the challenges of living and making choices in a turbulent world.

Monday, May 11
8:00 pm AUD
Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait
(80 minutes NR) 2020 David Bickerstaff, director
Opens May 17
For the first time in history the Royal Academy of Arts in London, in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, is bringing together Lucian Freud’s self-portraits. One of the most celebrated painters of our time, Lucian Freud is also one of very few 20th-century artists who portrayed themselves with such consistency. When seen together, his portraits represent an engrossing study into the dynamic of ageing and the process of self-representation.

Sunday, May 17
8:00 pm AUD
Monday, May 18
1:00 pm AUD
(101 minutes G; Common Sense Media Rating Age 5+) 2009 Japan Hayao Miyazaki, director
Opens May 25
Perfect for audiences of all ages, Ponyo centers on the friendship between five-year-old Sosuke and a magical goldfish named Ponyo, the young daughter of a sorcerer father and a sea-goddess mother. After a chance encounter, Ponyo yearns to become a human so she can be with Sosuke. As to be expected with Miyazaki, the film is awash in pure unbridled imagination and visual wonder — but it is the tender love, humor, and devotion exhibited by Ponyo and Sosuke that form the emotional heart of the film.

Monday, May 25
11:00 am AUD 8:00 pm AUD
Danger Lights (1930)
(73 minutes G) 1930 George B. Seitz, director
FREE @ 1 pm on Jun 1
Generously sponsored by Washington DC Charter, National Railway Historical Society. In this drama, an older railroad supervisor is engaged to a lovely young woman. Unfortunately, she falls in love with the handsome hobo her husband befriended and employed as an engineer. A rivalry ensues, but when a life is endangered the two team up and save the day.

Monday, Jun 1
1:00 PM FREE
My Neighbors the Yamadas
(104 minutes PG; Common Sense Media Rating Age 7+) 1999 Japan Isao Takahata, director
@ 8 pm on Jun 8
In My Neighbors the Yamadas, join in the adventures of the quirky Yamada family — from the hilarious to the touching — brilliantly presented in a unique, visually striking comic strip style. Takashi Yamada and his wacky wife Matsuko, who has no talent for housework, navigate their way through the ups and downs of work, marriage, and family life with a sharp-tongued grandmother who lives with them, a teenage son who wishes he had cooler parents, and a pesky daughter whose loud voice is unusual for someone so small. Even the family dog has issues!

Monday, Jun 8
8:00 pm AUD
A Woman of No Importance
(155 minutes NR) 2017 UK Dominic Dromgoole, director
Opens Jun 14
An earnest young American woman, a louche English lord, and an innocent young chap join a house party of fin de siècle fools and grotesques. Nearby a woman lives, cradling a long-buried secret. First performed in 1893, Oscar Wilde’s marriage of glittering wit and Ibsenite drama satirised the socially conservative world of the Victorian upper-class, creating a vivid new theatrical voice which still resonates today.

From new art-house films, family programming and special events, to archival screenings, Old Greenbelt Theatre has a film for everyone.

Our diverse programming is key to our mission.

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