A brief rundown of what’s happening at the Circle Cinema
Opening Nov. 22
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Tom Hanks stars as beloved PBS icon Fred Rogers in this true story of how a reporter’s life was changed by his relationship with Rogers. Rated PG-13.
Martin Scorsese’s new mob epic stars Academy Award winners Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. Circle will be host to Tulsa’s exclusive theatrical run. Rated R.
Isabelle Huppert, Marisa Tomei, Brendan Gleeson and Greg Kinnear star as family members who wrestle with a life-changing experience while on vacation in a historic, picturesque Portuguese town. From writer/director Ira Sachs. Rated PG-13.
Opening Nov. 28
From filmmaker Noah Baumbach, Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson star as a husband and wife who broach divorce when their lives drift apart. Circle will be host to Tulsa’s exclusive theatrical run. Rated R.
Queen & Slim
A modern-day Bonnie & Clyde with racial overtones from writer Lena Waithe (The Chi). Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out) and Jodie Turner-Smith play a young African American couple on the run from the law when a routine police stop goes wrong. Directorial debut for Melina Matsoukas (Beyonce and Jay-Z music videos). Rated R.
Shia LaBeouf wrote the screenplay for this semi-autobiographical tale about the turbulent relationship between a pre-teen TV star (Noah Jupe) and his father (played by LaBeouf). Rated R.
A Conversation with Screenwriter Micah Fitzerman-Blue
Following the 2 p.m. opening day matinee of the Mr. Rogers movie A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, the film’s screenwriter and Tulsa native Micah Fitzerman-Blue will be on hand for a discussion. (Nov. 22, 3:50 p.m.)
The Evil Dead (1981)
Graveyard Shift presents this new 4K restoration of the Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell cult classic of gruesome low budget horror. Rated NC-17. (Nov. 22–23, 10 p.m.)
Native Spotlight: Sundance Indigenous Shorts
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, short films from the Sundance Indigenous program are paired with shorts from Tulsa’s FireThief Productions. (Nov. 25, 7 p.m)
Present Laughter: NT Live
Andrew Scott (Fleabag) stars in this London stage revival of Noel Coward’s sweet, classic farce. Tickets $15. (Nov. 28, 7 p.m)
80s Party and Poster Sale Fun(d)raiser
Circle’s annual Classic Movie Poster Sale fundraiser returns as a full-fledged ‘80s party, with a DJ, cash bar and old trailers. Guests encouraged to come dressed as favorite ‘80s character. (Nov. 30, 7 p.m)
The Winter’s Tale: NT Live
Kenneth Branagh directs Judi Dench in this re-imagining of Shakespeare’s mythical tragicomedy. Tickets $15. (Dec. 4, 7 p.m)
Lynn Riggs: Santa Fe
Screening of A Day in Santa Fe, the only short film ever directed by Lynn Riggs, the writer whose play Green Grow the Lilacs was the basis for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical “Oklahoma!” This 30-minute silent is one of the first from an American Indian filmmaker. (Dec. 5, 6 p.m)