SOUND VISIONS 4
Plays 6/21 - Q&A
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Various Directors

THELMA
Opens 6/21 - One week limited run
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Directed by Josh Margolin

THE BIKERIDERS
Opens 6/21
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Directed by Jeff Nichols

BANEL & ADAMA
Opens 6/21 - One Week Limited Run
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Directed by Ramata-Toulaye Sy

ROBOT DREAMS
Ongoing run
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Directed by Pablo Berger

Annual Benefit 2024
ANNUAL BENEFIT
AUGUST 17th, 2024
Early Bird Tickets on sale now!
FINDING NEMO
Coming Soon: Plays June 22nd and 23rd

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich

KINDS OF KINDNESS
Coming Soon: Opens June 28th

Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos

TAKING VENICE
Coming Soon: Plays June 23rd

Directed by Amei Wallach

A QUIET PLACE: DAY ONE
Coming Soon: Opens June 28th

Directed by Michael Sarnoski

WORD IS OUT: STORIES OF SOME OF OUR LIVES
Coming Soon: Plays June 27th

Directed by Rob Epstein, Peter Adair, Nancy Adair, Andrew Brown, Lucie Massie Phenix, and Veronica Selver

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SPECIAL SCREENING + Q&A
LOCAL SHORTS

SOUND VISIONS 4

June 21st, 6:00pm

Sag Harbor Cinema’s signature program of shorts by local Long Island filmmakers ‘Sound Visions’ returns for its fourth year. Like previous installments, the program will include a range of styles from narrative, to experimental, to documentary. The program is curated by SHC’s Founding Artistic Director Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan along with Sam Guest and Julia Baylis, a writing/directing duo who collaborate under their production company, Anarene Films.

Followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

SPECIAL SCREENING + Q&A

TAKING VENICE

  June 23rd, 6:00pm

Co-Presented with The Church. Followed by a conversation between director Amei Wallach, SHC’s Artistic Director Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan and The Church’s Executive Director Sheri Pasquarella.

SPECIAL SCREENING + Q&A

WORD IS OUT: STORIES OF SOME OF OUR LIVES

  June 27th, 6:00pm

In celebration of Pride Month, Sag Harbor Cinema will host filmmaker Rob Epstein (The Celluloid Closet, The Times of Harvey Milk, Howl) for a Q&A following the screening of the groundbreaking 1977 documentary Word Is Out: Stories of Some of Our Lives. Co-directed by Epstein, together with Peter Adair, Nancy Adair, Andrew Brown, Lucie Massie Phenix, and Veronica Selver (grouped together as the Mariposa Film Group), Word is Out was the first feature-length documentary about lesbian and gay identity that was made by gay filmmakers.

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

EARLY BIRD TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Purchase tickets today for our Annual Benefit, August 17th, 2024 at Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club.

POKER TOURNAMENT & CASINO NIGHT

“All in for Sag Harbor Cinema” returns June 30th, 2024!

Try your hand at the Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament or join the fun Casino Games including Black Jack, Craps and Roulette.

Now on View:

MOVIE ART AND ARTIFACTS

FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

This new exhibit, curated by Robert M. Rubin, mixes contemporary art incorporating imagery from the movies with artifacts of the movie making process, such as set designs and props, from Apocalypse Now, The French Connection, Psycho, Bullitt, Double Indemnity, The Searchers, Belle de Jour, and other classics.

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.