This program has been cancelled in light of public-health concerns related to COVID-19. Thank you for your understanding.
April is National Poetry Month, so join us as we celebrate poets on the big screen. Paterson (Adam Driver) lives an ordinary life as a bus driver and poet in a New Jersey town that is also the setting of William Carlos Williams’s great epic poem Paterson. Although he leads a mundane existence, Paterson finds beauty in the details.
Join fellow fans (and cosplayers!) for a collective “KHAAAAAAN!” in the Skirball’s open-air courtyard. Often credited with giving new life to the franchise, this beloved sequel finds Khan once again at large with the powerful Genesis Device. Now Kirk, Spock, and the rest of the crew must stop him to restore peace and save the Enterprise. Who will come out on top in this cosmic showdown, and at what cost? A discussion and Q&A with Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer precedes the screening at 7:30 pm.
(1982, 113 min. Rated PG.)
Hailed by the BBC as “a sparkling blend of sci-fi and comedy that affectionately spoofs every Star Trek cliché known to man, Romulan, or Klingon," Galaxy Quest finds the stars of a long-defunct sci-fi television series at the center of a very real intergalactic conflict.
Come see the film that inspired the title of the exhibition "I'll Have What She's Having": The Jewish Deli. Watch with bated breath as Harry and Sally navigate their twelve-year will-they-or-won't-they friendship in what the Hollywood Reporter calls a “beautiful, brainy, touching, and lilting romantic comedy.”