A brief rundown of what’s happening at Circle Cinema
OPENING APRIL 5
In post-WWII Germany, a British colonel and his wife (Jason Clarke, Keira Knightley) are sent to Hamburg where he will oversee reconstruction. Tensions and passions arise with the former owner of the house (Alexander Skarsgård) in which they’re assigned to live. Rated R.
A man flees Nazi-occupied France under the identity of a dead author, only to meet the author’s wife who—assuming her husband is missing—is searching for him. A German and French language film, based on Anna Segher’s 1942 novel. Rated R.
OPENING APRIL 12
Tulsa native Mary Kay Place stars as a woman searching for meaning in her life while also trying to connect with her drug-
addicted son. Winner of the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Not Rated.
FREE. Documentary about people in the Baltimore community on the front lines of violence over a three-year period. Panel discussion follows with reps from city council, Tulsa Police, and 100 Black Men of Tulsa. (Mon. April 8, 6 p.m.)
El Compadre Mendoza (1934)
FREE. Circle’s Cine de Oro classic Mexican cinema series presents this story of a Mexican landowner forced to take sides during the Mexican Revolution of 1910. Co-sponsored by Casa de la Cultura of Tulsa and The Mexican Consulate. (Tues. April 9, 7 p.m.)
NT LIVE: All About Eve
Gillian Anderson and Lily James star in this London staging of the Oscar-winning film about fame and betrayal in the world of theatre. Pre-show gathering in Circle Cinema Gallery. $15 admission. (Thurs. April 11, 7 p.m.)
Beyond the Rocks (1922)
Second Saturday Silents presents Rudolph Valentino and Gloria Swanson in a story about a young woman who falls in love with a nobleman while on her honeymoon. Bill Rowland accompanies on the Circle’s 90-year-old pipe organ. $5 admission; $2 for 16 & under. (Sat. April 13, 11 a.m.)
The Bikes of Wrath
Documentary of five Australians that cycle from Oklahoma to California in honor of the Joad family from the classic novel “The Grapes of Wrath.” $10 admission. $8 for Circle Members. (Sun. April 14,
Circle Anime Club presents this new film about a fourth-grade genius who vows to solve the mysterious appearance of penguins in a suburb hundreds of miles from the sea. $10 admission. $8 for Circle Members. (Mon. April 15, 7 p.m.)
Tulsa FMAC – Video & Mixer
FREE EVENT. World renowned Lucia Lucas becomes the first trans woman opera performer in the United States when she stars in Tulsa Opera’s “Don Giovanni”. Informal mixer from 5 to 6 p.m., then a short film about Lucas’s journey, followed by Q&A with Artistic Director Tobias Picker. Sponsored by Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts, and Culture. (Tues. April 16, 5 p.m.)