April 29 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until June 17, 2020
Wednesdays @ 3:00 p.m. | No reservations required | Free and open to the public
It’s awards season! Bring your own refreshments and enjoy the most recent Oscar Best Picture nominees on the “big screen” at Pequot Library.
Matinée screenings. General seating.
February 26: The Irishman (R, 3h 29m)
As an old man, World War II vet Frank Sheeran reflects on his life as a hustler and mob hitman, working alongside many notorious figures, including Jimmy Hoffa, the subject of one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in American history.
March 4: Marriage Story (R, 2h 17m)
A young creative couple and their son navigate the tricky waters of bicoastal separation and impending divorce.
April 22: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (R, 2h 41m)
In Los Angeles in 1969, aging TV star Rick Dalton and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth struggle to make their way around an industry and a city they hardly recognize anymore.
April 29: Joker (R, 2h 2m)
In Gotham’s fractured society, a young man longs to be a stand-up comic, but finds the joke is always on him. Caught in a cycle of apathy, cruelty and ultimately, betrayal, the comedian makes one bad decision after another, bringing about a chain reaction of escalating events.
May 13: Parasite (R, 2h 12m)
*2020 Oscars Best Picture Winner*
Greed, class discrimination and a mysterious interloper threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan.
May 20: Ford v Ferrari (PG-13, 2h 32m)
Visionary auto designer Carroll Shelby and race car driver Ken Miles team up to build a high-performance race car for the Ford Motor Company, hoping to defy the odds and defeat the dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans.
June 3: Jojo Rabbit (PG-13, 1h 48m)
During World War II, a lonely German boy’s world is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic imaginary friend Adolf Hitler, Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.
June 10: Little Women (PG, 2h 15m)
In the late 1860s, burgeoning author Jo March looks back on her and her three sisters’ Massachusetts childhoods and the events and relationships that helped shape them as adults.
June 17: 1917 (R, 1h 59m)
During World War I, two British soldiers are sent on a dangerous mission to stop an attack by the British 7th Division that will result in a massacre by the Germans. Their assignment takes on extra urgency as one of the young soldiers’ brothers is fighting in that Division.