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Welcome to The Revue! Find out what's playing, check out our innovative programs and more. Follow this link for ticket prices and directions. And don't forget, for the time being you can park free at the Howard Public School lot when classes are not in session on the south side of Howard Park Ave., just west of Roncesvalles. 

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Parent & Baby Screening: Everybody Wants Some!!

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PARENT & BABY SCREENINGS

Enjoy the big screen and some downtime with your little one in a relaxed environment without worrying about making too much noise. During our P&B shows, the lights are turned up higher and sound is turned down lower, so the atmosphere works for both of you. Movies are coordinated to overlap nap-time and end before afternoon pick-up. Screenings are scheduled at 1pm every other Monday afternoon. 

Parents $12 ($9 for members)- Babies are free.

Next showtime: Mon May 30 @ 1:00 PM

Family portrait of Salvador Allende: Sunday, June 5

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How many of us wish we had questioned our grandparents and other relatives to learn about their lives and our family histories? That’s what… (more)Last updated: May 28, 2016 11:15
 
 
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Foodies @ The Revue - Wednesday, June 1st, 7:00 pm

Toast your inner food snob at the Revue Spring Fundraising Event  FOODIES @ THE REVUE Wednesday, June 1st 7:00 pm reception - 7:30 intro and film A food snob documentary film, paired with wine.         Foodies is Swedish Dutch documentary onfine- dining subculture has emerged: haute-food bloggers ing food critics wwho want to dethrone traditional food critics, and flame the Michelin star system. Enter the Swedish French…

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Parent & Baby Screening - Monday, May 30 - Everybody Wants Some!!

Baby Friendly Films

Enjoy the big screen and some downtime with your little one in a relaxed environment without worrying about making too much noise. During our P&B shows, the lights are turned up higher and sound is turned down lower, so the atmosphere works for both of you. Movies are coordinated to overlap nap-time and end before afternoon pick-up. Parents $12. Babies are free.

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The Great Screenwriters: Ben Hecht & The Front Page (1931) / Featuring 16mm pre-show / Hosted by Elan Mastai

The Great Screenwriters: Ben Hecht Monday, May 30, 6:45PM THE FRONT PAGE USA 1931 101 min. PG Director: Lewis Milestone Written by: Ben Hecht, Charles Lederer Stars: Pat O’Brien, Adolphe Menjou, Mary Brian What is that you say? "You've already covered Ben Hecht!" Well yes, that is true - we showed Scarface 1932) back in February - but with someone as prolific as Hecht, who could jump from screwball to noir with less than a dip of the…

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Art For Eternity Presents: Soylent Green

Richard Fleischer’s “Soylent Green” is a good, solid science-fiction movie, and a little more. It tells the story of New York in the year 2022, when the population has swollen to an unbelievable 80 million, and people live in the streets and line up for their rations of water and Soylent Green. That’s a high-protein foodstuff allegedly made from plankton cultivated in the seas. But is it? - Roger EbertIn this immortal…

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