CASTRO SENIOR CENTER FILM PROGRAM
Films start at 12:45 unless otherwise noted with ** early start @ 12:30.
Every Monday (New Films) and Friday (Classics) Films start at 12:45
The Monday film program will continue and we will show both newer and classic films in the monthly schedule. This will reduce the number of days per month in which movies will be shown. For example, because of the Labor Day Holiday on Monday September 3rd we will only show three movies on three Mondays in September. Those film are listed below
Monday, February 17th.
The Castro Center will be closed for President’s Day
Monday, March 2nd. David Attenborough - Our Planet
Time: 1hr. 00min.
Episode 3, The Coastal Seas: From sharks to sea urchins, 90% of all marine creatures live in coastal waters. These habitats are among the most threatened by human activity.
Episode 4, Deserts to Grasslands: Follow African Elephants and North American Bison to lowly Caterpillars as they seek to survive in an shrinking or more hostile environment.
Friday, March 6th. Pippin
Time: 1hr. 55min.
Bob Fosse's hit Broadway production of "Pippin," William Katt stars in the title role of this fictional story that relates the adventures of Charlemagne's son as he embarks on a quest to find the meaning of life and discover his true self. Ben Vereen appears in his Tony Award-winning role as the Leading Player.
Monday, March 9th. Judy
Time: 2hrs. 00min.
Renee Zellweger stars in her Academy Award winning portrayal of the legendary Judy Garland in the last year of her career as she battles with management, reminisces with friends and adoring fans, and embarks on a whirlwind romance with soon-to-be fifth husband Mickey Deans — all while bravely struggling to overcome intensifying anxiety and physical decline.
Friday, March 13th. The Producers, The Musical
Time: 2hrs. 15min.
Nathan Lane, a has-been Broadway producer and Matthew Broderick, a neurotic accountant star as the unlike pair who scheme to raise a ton of money for a production that's sure to be a flop -- a play titled "Springtime for Hitler," penned by a Nazi -- so they can then pocket the extra cash. Uma Thurman and Will Ferrell also star in this Mel Brooks classic comedy.
Monday, March 16th. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Time: 1hr. 45min.
After a jaded magazine writer, Tom Junod (Matthew Rys), is assigned a profile of Fred Rogers
(Tom Hanks), he overcomes his skepticism, learning about kindness, love and forgiveness from America's most beloved neighbor.
Friday, March 20th. A Little Night Music
Time: 2hrs. 00min.
Stephen Sondheim's shimmering musical (based on Ingmar Bergman's Smiles of a Summer Night) transfers from the Broadway stage to the silver screen with a who's-who cast along for the ride. Elizabeth Taylor, Len Cariou , Dianna Rigg and Leslie Ann Down star in this languid idyll about an upper-class Swedish family that has more than a few skeletons in its closet. The film (which features the classic "Send in the Clowns") won an Oscar for Best Adapted Score.
Monday, March 23rd. 20th Century Women
Time: 1hr. 56min.
In 1979 Southern California, bohemian single mom Dorothea Fields looks to a pair of women from different generations to help teach her teenage son lessons about love and life. But he gets another perspective after Dorothea takes in a male boarder. Cast includes: Annette Benning and Greta Gerwig.
Friday, March 27th Follies
Time: 1hr. 30min.
This live production of Sondheim's musical stars Barbara Cook and Lee Remick as two former showgirls who return to a dilapidated theater for a cast reunion. Sally is married to Buddy (Mandy Patinkin) but still carries a torch for Phyllis's husband, Ben (George Hearn). Carol Burnett and Elaine Stritch round out an all-star cast.
Monday March 30th. Yesterday
Time: 1hr. 56min.
While he's still looking for his big break, musician Jack Malik gets hit by a bus during a global blackout. But when he wakes up to find he's the lone person on Earth who knows of the Beatles and their songbook, Jack has a huge chance at stardom. Cast include: Himesh Patel, James Corden, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr.
R rated movies may include adult themes, hard language, high levels of violence, sexually oriented nudity and/or drug abuse.