Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films
Critically acclaimed films, restored classics, noteworthy films

Spring 2019 Programming Season Starts This Weekend!

Awards Season has ended so we resume regular programming this weekend with a first-run screening still in theaters.  Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in a retelling of the story of BONNIE & CLYDE:  THE HIGHWAYMEN, about the legendary lawmen who tracked down the infamous duo.

Then on Wednesday 3/27, it's a pre-release screening of WINDOWS ON THE WORLD, followed by a Q&A with Edward James Olmos, Malibu actress Julie Carmen, Chelsea Gilligan, and producer/screenwriter Robert Mailer Anderson.  For reservations and additional information, please see below.

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The Highwaymen
The Highwaymen
Saturday March 23, 7:30 pm
Malibu Screening Room @ MJCS, 24855 Pacific Coast Hwy
First-run screening!

Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star as the legendary lawmen who tracked down Bonnie & Clyde. Also starring Kathy Bates, John Carroll Lynch, and Kim Dickens.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Day of event tickets must be purchased at the door; discounts are not available for non-members.
Tickets available at the door
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Windows on the World movie poster
Windows on the World
Wednesday March 27, 7:30 pm
Malibu Screening Room @ MJCS, 24855 Pacific Coast Hwy
Q&A Guests: Edward James Olmos, Chelsea Gilligan, Julie Carmen, and producer/screenwriter Robert Mailer Anderson

When an undocumented worker (Edward James Olmos) at the Windows on the World restaurant atop the World Trade Center goes missing after 9/11, his son (Ryan Guzman) embarks on a journey from Mexico to New York City after his mother (Malibu actress Julie Carmen) insists that she saw her husband on the news.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: discounted non-member and member guest tickets can be purchased by clicking on the Reserve button below (day-of-show tickets must be purchased at the door; discounts not available for non-members).


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