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Opening June 7

All Is True Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in this poignant drama about the final years of William Shakespeare’s life. Judi Dench co-stars as Shakespeare’s wife Anne. Rated PG-13

The Tomorrow Man John Lithgow and Blythe Danner star as two aging people with unusual quirks who fall in love in a small town. Rated PG-13

Opening June 14

Late Night Emma Thompson stars as a late night talk show legend at risk of being fired. Mindy Kaling, who wrote the screenplay, co-stars as the host’s new staff writer. Rated R

The Dead Don’t Die The new zombie comedy from legendary indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, starring Bill Murray and Adam Driver. Rated R

The Souvenir Honor Swinton Byrne stars as a young woman in the 1980s who becomes romantically involved with an untrustworthy man. Byrne’s real-life mom Tilda Swinton co-stars as the woman’s mother. Rated R

Carmine Street Guitars This documentary looks at the famed Greenwich Village guitar shop now in danger of closing due to gentrification. Famous artists are interviewed. Not Rated

Special events

D-Day Remembered A special documentary presentation, including interviews with Oklahoma veterans, on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. D-Day memorabilia courtesy of Keith Myers Traveling Military Museum. (Thurs. June 6, 2 p.m. & 6 p.m.)

The Big Parade (1925) Second Saturday Silents presents this WWI drama from director King Vidor, about the love between an American soldier and French woman that’s torn apart by war. Accompanied by Bill Rowland on Circle’s 90-year-old pipe organ. Adults $5; Children $2. (Sat. June 8, 11 a.m.)

The 73rd Annual Tony Awards James Corden hosts Broadway’s biggest night, honoring the best in New York theatre, live from Radio City Music Hall. Free. Cash bar for 21+. (Sun. June 9, 7 p.m.)

Cine de Oro A presentation of classic film from Mexico’s cinematic golden age. Presented by Casa de la Cultura of Tulsa. Free. (Tues. June 11, 7 p.m.)

Rolling Thunder Revue A special debut of this Netflix original Bob Dylan documentary from director Martin Scorsese. Presented by the Bob Dylan Center. Q&A with Rolling Thunder veteran Larry “Ratso” Sloman. Tickets $20. (Tues. June 11, 8 p.m.)

Cuban Food Stories In this documentary, a Cuban expat returns to his home to rediscover the food, society and culture of his youth. 5 p.m. pre-show debut of Douglas Henderson Cuban photography exhibit, and appetizers from Mangos Cuban Café. (Thurs. June 13, 7 p.m.)

Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People Documentary about Joseph Pulitzer’s legacy to fight for a free press. Adam Driver narrates, Live Schreiber is the voice of Pulitizer, and Tulsa’s Tim Blake Nelson is the voice of Teddy Roosevelt. Movie ticket grants free admission to Gilcrease exhibit “Pulitzer Prize Photographs” through July 14. (Fri. June 14, 7 p.m. Pre-show reception begins at 6 p.m.)

Edge of the Knife Native Spotlight presents this 2018 Canadian film of a Native American story set in the 19th century, spoken in the dialects of the Haida language. Sterlin Harjo moderates Q&A with co-director Helen Haig-Brown. (Sat. June 15, 7 p.m. Q&A at 8:40 p.m.)

Summer Silent Shorts A special night of silent film shorts include ones starring Buster Keaton and The Little Rascals, with accompaniment on the Circle’s 90-year-old pipe organ. (Mon. June 17, 7 p.m.)