Sunday Cinema Series

  • Costumes Encouraged: Classic Romantic Comedy Ready To Roll For Sunday Cinema Series

    Blake Edwards’s 1961 romantic comedy Breakfast at Tiffany’s will be shown at 4 and 7 pm Sunday, November 8, at Edmond Town Hall. Costumes are encouraged and awards will be given to the best look-alikes from the film.

    Jen Rogers, coordinator of the Sunday Cinema Series, is looking forward to Sunday.

  • Special Screenings Of ‘Young Frankenstein’ Planned

    Mel Brooks’s 1974 comedy Young Frankenstein will be shown on Wednesday, October 28, at 1 and 7 pm, at the Edmond Town Hall Theatre.

    Pre-show entertainment for the evening show will be offered by students of Lathrop School of Dance. To add to the fun, audience members are encouraged to dress in costume as Dr Frankenstein, Igor, or any other character from the film, to win a prize.

    Tickets are $2 for all seats. 

  • Sunday Cinema Series Films Available At Library; New Programs Planned

    The Newtown Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC) has donated copies of the movies that were screened last year as part of the inaugural Sunday Cinema Series presentation.

  • ‘Some Like It Hot’ To Be A Mid-Week Offering For Cinema Series

    The next installment of the Sunday Cinema Series sponsored by Newtown Cultural Arts Commission will actually be a midweek offering. Some Like It Hot is set for Wednesday, August 19. Screenings at Edmond Town Hall Theatre, 45 Main Street, will be offered at 1 and 7 pm.

    All tickets are $2.

    Set in 1929, the 1959 film stars Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe.

  • Sunday Cinema Series Continued With ‘Casablanca'

    Newtown Cultural Arts Commission continued its Sunday Cinema Series with two screenings of the film Casablanca on Sunday, July 19, at Edmond Town Hall.

    Newtown Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC), in collaboration with Edmond Town Hall and with support from the Law Offices of James O. Gaston, was able to showcase Director Michael Curtiz’s 1942 classic film, which stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

  • Sunday Cinema Series To Continue July 19 With 'Casablanca'

    The 1942 classic Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, will be shown on Sunday, July 19, at 4 and 7 pm, at Edmond Town Hall. This is the second film in the 2015 Sunday Cinema Series lineup and will be shown in high definition. Admission is just $2.

    Casablanca won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Writing, Screenplay, in addition to five Oscar nominations in other categories.

  • A Great Start For The Sunday Cinema Series

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  • Sunday Cinema Series Returning June 28

    Witness for yourself the inspired lunacy of Monty Python and the Holy Grail like never before, when Edmond Town Hall Theatre hosts the return of the Sunday Cinema Series.

  • Sunday Cinema Series 2015 To Honor 40th Anniversary Of ‘Monty Python And The Holy Grail’

    Witness for yourself the inspired lunacy of Monty Python and the Holy Grail like never before, when Edmond Town Hall Theatre hosts the return of the Sunday Cinema Series.

    Introduced in 2014 and featuring classic films — all from 1939, “The Greatest Year in Film” — the Sunday series returns this year with occasional screenings of films that are equally classic in their own right.

  • Final Sunday Cinema Series Program: Two Films, December 28

    On Sunday, December 28, Edmond Town Hall Theatre will host the final screenings of the films in 1939: The Greatest Year in Film — A 75th Anniversary Celebration Sunday Cinema Series.

    At the Circus will be offered at 1 pm, featuring the willful mayhem of Groucho, Chico and Harpo Marx; and at 4 and 7 pm, Babes in Arms, starring the beloved child stars Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland, will be screened.