Opening March 22
Julianne Moore stars as a new divorcee who strikes up a relationship with a man she meets at an L.A. nightclub (John Turturro). From Academy Award-winning Chilean director Sebastián Lelio (“A Fantastic Woman”). Rated R.
The Wedding Guest
A plan to kidnap a bride-to-be in Pakistan spirals out of control, taking captor and abductee on a wild journey. From director Michael Winterbottom (“24 Hour Party People”), starring Dev Patel (“Lion”, “Slumdog
Millionaire”). Rated R.
The Iron Orchard
In 1939, a young man rises from the brutal oilfields of West Texas to become a risk-taking oil drilling wildcatter. Rated R.
Ruben Brandt, Collector
In this uniquely animated film, a psychotherapist strikes a plan to help cure himself of nightmares inspired by famous works of art: he employs four of his patients who are expert thieves to help him steal the art from famous museums. Rated R.
Opening March 29
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.
The Juniper Tree (1990)
Two sisters struggle to build a new life after their mother is burned by a witch, in a stark black-and-white retelling of stories from Grimm’s Fairytales. At 24 years old, singer Bjork’s film debut won the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival. 4K restoration. $10 admission. (Sat. March 23, 9:30 p.m.)
This hour-long documentary studies the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and new ways to treat and prevent toxic stress. A post-film discussion will follow. Presented by the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy. (Thurs. March 28, 6 p.m.)
The Hitch-Hiker: Renegade Women in Film Event
In celebration of Women’s History Month, author and film critic Elizabeth Weitzman introduces a special restoration of 1953’s “The Hitch-Hiker,” the first film noir directed by a woman, Ida Lupino. Weitzman will be signing copies of her book “Renegade Women In Film & TV” starting at 6 p.m. $10 admission. $8 Circle Members. Sponsored by the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture. (Thurs. March 28, 7 p.m.)
VHS & CHILL: Bargain Bin
The Circle opens its vault of VHS tapes and the audience votes on what is played. $10 admission.
$8 Circle Members. (Fri. March 29, 9 p.m.)
Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
A digital restoration of a landmark film noir, director Robert Aldrich brings this pulpy Mike Hammer crime thriller to life with parallels to Cold War era paranoia. Introduced by punk music icon Richard Hell, in conjunction with The Bob Dylan Center. $12 admission. (Sat. March 30, 8 p.m.)