RYUICHI SAKAMOTO | OPUS
Opens 4/12 - Limited one week run
Now Playing

Directed by Neo Sora

CIVIL WAR
Opens 4/12
Now Playing

Directed by Alex Garland

WICKED LITTLE LETTERS
Opens 4/5
Now Playing

Directed by Thea Sharrock

CHALLENGERS
Coming Soon: Opens April 26th

Directed by Luca Guadagnino

THE LAST EMPEROR
Coming Soon: Plays April 13th, 14th and 17th

Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci

EARTH DAY AT SAG HARBOR CINEMA
Coming Soon: Plays April 21st

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SPECIAL SERIES
CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF COLUMBIA PICTURES

FOCUS ON FILM NOIR

  APRIL 19 – 25

Opening the Columbia Pictures centennial celebration will be a one week special Focus on Film Noir, including works by legendary filmmakers Nicholas Ray (In a Lonely Place, 1950), Fritz Lang (The Big Heat, 1953 and Human Desire, 1954) and Orson Welles (The Lady from Shanghai, 1947), with stars like Rita Hayworth, Gloria Grahame, Humphrey Bogart and Glenn Ford; as well as more rare titles by lesser known master of the genre such as Joseph Lewis, Irving Lerner, Gordon Douglas and Phil Karlson.

Special guests Paul Schrader, cinematographer Fred Murphy, and Michael Barker (Co-Founder and Co-President of Sony Picture Classics) will make introductions and participate in Q&As during the weekend. Plus, Choose Your Own Double Bill!

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

EARTH DAY AT SAG HARBOR CINEMA

  April 21st at 1:30pm

Sag Harbor Cinema will screen Anne Belle’s 1976 film short film Baymen– Our Waters are Dying, recently restored by the New York Public Library (screened in 16mm, a first for SHC), together with Greek filmmaker Leon Loisios’ Fishermen and Fishing (1961). The screenings will take place on April 21 at 1:30pm and will be followed by a presentation by the Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Back to the Bays initiative, with a special focus on the Sag Harbor Stewardship Site.

Welcome to

Sag Harbor Cinema!

The Sag Harbor Cinema is a new, state-of-the-art triplex movie theater located in the village of Sag Harbor, NY.

As a community-based cinema, the Sag Harbor Cinema is dedicated to presenting the past, present, and future of the Movies, and to preserving the film-going experience.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, we rely on public funds not just keep the lights on, but to keep our vision strong. We are grateful to the generosity of the donors and members who together constitute the single greatest family of supporters for the cinema’s programs and mission.

Enjoy the show!

Sag Harbor Cinema

SPRING APPEAL

As spring is blooming in Sag Harbor, so is the Cinema! Celebrate our 3rd year of continuous programming with a donation to our Spring Appeal. Your gifts help us to grow.

Help us raise $30,000 by June 19, 2024!

Donate now!

Now on View:

James Hamilton: On Film

This exhibit features the work of photographer – and East Hampton resident – James Hamilton.

Hamilton is the subject of an upcoming documentary, UNCROPPED (D.W. Young, 2023), about his impressive 50+ years photographing the New York arts scene.

SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR ANNUAL BENEFIT

August 17th, 2024 at Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club.

NEW CINEMA MERCHANDISE

Click below to see our merchandise available online (there’s even more at the Cinema), or purchase a gift card!

BECOME A CINEPHILE CARD HOLDER

This new benefit to our Directors’ Circle Membership grants admission to every regular screening showtime all year long, free of charge (special events and fundraising events not included). Cinephile Card-holders will be able to reserve their free ticket online, at the box office, or even just scan their card at the door and walk right into their film of choice, subject to ticket availability.

THE GREEN ROOM

Come visit Sag Harbor Cinema’s third-floor bar and rooftop terrace! Check The Green Room page for upcoming events and weekly specials!

Sag Harbor Cinema’s programming is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts

with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.