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Watch these films in the renowned Cinestudio Theatre.

WILDCAT
WILDCAT
(108min.) 2024 Ethan Hawke, director
Ends May 30
Directed and co-written by four-time Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke, WILDCAT invites the audience to weave in and out of celebrated Southern Gothic writer Flannery O’Connor’s mind as she ponders the great questions of her writing: Can scandalous art still serve God? Does suffering precede all greatness? Can illness be a blessing? In 1950, Flannery (Maya Hawke) visits her mother Regina (Laura Linney) in Georgia when she is diagnosed with lupus at twenty-four years old. Struggling with the same disease that took her father’s life when she was a child and desperate to make her mark as a great writer, this crisis pitches her imagination into a feverish exploration of belief. As she dives deeper into her craft, the lines between reality, imagination, and faith begin to blur, allowing Flannery to ultimately come to peace with her situation and heal a strained relationship with her mother.

Wednesday, May 29 7:00 PM Thursday, May 30 1:00 PM Thursday, May 30 7:00 PM
 

COMING UP

Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara
Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara
(134min.) Marco Bellocchio, director
Opens May 31
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Chronicles of a Wandering Saint
Chronicles of a Wandering Saint
(84min.) Tomás Gómez Bustillo, director
Preview Screenings before it opens nationally! Jun 7 - 12
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Love & Revolution
Love & Revolution
(106min.) Alejandro Marin, director
Opens Jun 14
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Sebastian
Sebastian
(111min.) Mikko Mäkelä, director
New England premiere Jun 15
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I Don’t Know Who You Are
I Don’t Know Who You Are
(103min.) M. H. Murray, director
Northeast US premiere Jun 15
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Listen Up!
Listen Up!
(86min.) Kaveh Tehrani, director
Opens Jun 16
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What a Feeling
What a Feeling
(110min.) Kat Rohrer, director
New England premiere Jun 16
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Chuck Chuck Baby
Chuck Chuck Baby
(101min.) Janis Pugh, director
Opens Jun 19
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Close to You
Close to You
(100min.) Dominic Savage, director
Opens Jun 20
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Split
Split
(94min.) Iris Brey, director
North American premiere) Jun 21
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Riley
Riley
(93min.) Benjamin Howard, director
New England premiere Jun 21
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The Conversation
The Conversation
(113min.) Francis Ford Coppola, director
50TH ANNIVERSARY NEW 4K RESTORATION Sep 6 - 12
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Parking At Cinestudio

-When using GPS, the closest parking lots are nearest the intersection of Summit St and College Terrace.

-During films at Cinestudio, you may park in any open spot. (Accessible parking spots require a State issued placard.)

-After parking, walk through the archway towards the Main Quad. Cinestudio is located along the Long Walk across the Main Quad from the Chapel. 

Look for our lighted sign above our doors.

Welcome to Cinestudio

Cinestudio is a not-for-profit independent film theater located at Summit Street and College Terrace on the campus of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. The theater is a magnificent single-screen venue with over 450 seats, reconstructed as classic 1930’s-style movie house, including a much loved balcony and golden curtain. The building is a signature design by McKim, Mead and White, built in 1935.

Founded in 1970 by a group of students at Trinity, Cinestudio has become one of the most highly respected arthouse cinemas in the United States, with a long standing reputation for its wide diversity of programing, and for legendary projection and sound quality. Equipped with the highest quality 4K Digital Cinema systems, Cinestudio has also retained it’s top-of-the-line physical film 35mm and 70mm projectors for use in studio archive presentations. Cinestudio is a daily celebration of the Art of Cinema!
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