A brief look at what’s happening at Circle Cinema
OPENING APRIL 6
The Leisure Seeker
Helen Mirren stars in her Golden Globe-nominated role as a wife who goes on one last road trip with her husband (Donald Sutherland) down the East Coast in their RV, before old age and sickness catch up with them. Rated R.
Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy
A visually breathtaking documentary portrait of the famed British sculptor and environmental artist who travels the world to create art literally in the world. Rated PG.
OPENING APRIL 13
Isle of Dogs
Stop-motion animated feature from Wes Anderson (“Fantastic Mr. Fox”) about a Japanese boy’s odyssey to find his lost dog. All-star voice cast includes Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Greta Gerwig, Frances McDormand, and Koyu Rankin as the boy Atari. Rated PG-13.
International award-winning Israeli film explores the fallout for a troubled family after something goes wrong for their son at a desolate military post. Rated R.
Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard stars in this French language drama about a filmmaker whose new production is upended by the arrival of a former lover. Co-starring Mathieu Amalric and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Rated R.
Home Movie Festival
A curation of home movies weaves universal experiences from unique perspectives. It also includes games and movies drawn from local archives. In partnership with the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities. Free admission. (Thu. April 5, 6:30 p.m.)
Come Sunday: Tulsa Premiere
A new biopic about Tulsa minister Carlton Pearson’s evolution from traditional Christian doctrine to Universalism. Stars Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor as Pearson and Martin Sheen as Oral Roberts. Screening followed by live Q&A with Bishop Pearson. This will be Tulsa’s exclusive theatrical presentation. (Sun. April 8, 2:00, 2:20, and 2:40 p.m.)
Distant Sky: Nick Cave - Live in Copenhagen
This concert film captures the return of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, concluding a 2017 world tour. Songs from new album Skeleton Tree are mixed with essentials from their catalogue. (Thu. April 12, 7:30 p.m.)
Graveyard Shift presents the classic horror film from Stephen King and Brian De Palma. Sissy Spacek stars as the sheltered high school girl who, after being publicly humiliated, takes out her revenge at the senior prom. (Fri. & Sat. April 13 & 14, 10:00 p.m.)
Way Down East (1920)
Second Saturday Silents presents Lillian Gish as a naive girl who must rebuild her life as a single mother following a sham marriage. Bill Rowland accompanies on Circle Cinema’s original 1928 pipe organ. (Sat. April 14, 11:00 a.m.)
This festival favorite about a young modern cowboy who must search for a new identity after a near-fatal head injury. Presented by the Tribal Film Festival Spring Showcase 2018, with a 5:00 p.m. pre-screening dinner option. (Sat. April 14, 7:00 p.m.)