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Hop Film at a Glance - Winter 2018


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Winter is coming…

The winter term is always an exciting time as there are many festival favorites to present before the Academy Awards on March 4. #OscarBuzz joins the stable of ongoing themes under the hashtags #HearMeRoar, #ReelChange, #FilmSchool and #BigScreenFun.

Other themes tie together many of this term’s films. Several are related to the campus MLK celebration theme of “Borders.” Film noir is investigated by the classic Maltese Falcon and neo-noirs Blade Runner 2049 and The Nile Hilton Incident. We celebrate New York City landmarks in The Opera House, Ex Libris: The New York Public Library and Wonderstruck. And the whole family will love Wonderstruck as well as Wonder, Coco, The Breadwinner, The Greatest Showman and the animated Oscar-Nominated Shorts.

As ever, stay tuned for our additional winter programming!

See you at the movies, Sydney & Johanna Hop Film


Download the Film at a Glance Calendar

 

Oscar Buzz

The race is on! These films left the festival circuit with high expectations of Academy Award nominations.

Fri, January 5: The Square
Fri, January 12: Faces Places
Sun, January 14: Wonderstruck
Sat, January 20: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Sat, January 20: Human Flow - Film Special
Fri, January 26: Coco
Fri, February 2: Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Sat, February 3: Lady Bird
Fri, February 9: The Breadwinner
Sat, February 10: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special
Fri, February 16: The Disaster Artist
Sat, February 17: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special
Fri, February 23: The Shape of Water
Sat, February 24: Downsizing
Sun, February 25: The Greatest Showman
Sat, March 3: Darkest Hour
Sat, March 3: Call Me By Your Name


 
Hear Me Roar

We are doing our part to fight the Hollywood gender gap by showcasing the work of women filmmakers and celebrating complex female onscreen characters.

Fri, January 5: Battle of the Sexes
Sat, January 20: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Sat, February 3: Lady Bird
Fri, February 9: The Breadwinner
Fri, February 23: The Shape of Water


 
Reel Change

This series highlights films that use the medium to raise awareness, build empathy and tackle social justice issues like poverty, racism, immigration, gender inequality and climate change.

Sat, January 6: The Florida Project
Thu, January 11: Moonlight
Sat, January 13: Marshall
Sun, January 14: Wonderstruck
Fri, January 19: Wonder
Sat, January 20: Human Flow - Film Special
Fri, January 26: Coco
Thu, February 1: P.S. Jerusalem - Film Special
Fri, February 9: The Breadwinner
Sat, February 24: Downsizing


 
Film School

These classics, rare gems, alumni work and shows with live guests are programmed in direct collaboration with Dartmouth classes, student groups and campus centers.

Sun, January 7: The Maltese Falcon
Fri, January 12: Faces Places
Fri, January 12: Blade Runner 2049
Sat, January 20: Human Flow - Film Special
Sun, January 28: The Nile Hilton Incident
Thu, February 1: P.S. Jerusalem - Film Special


 
Big Screen Fun

Exactly what it sounds like. While all movies benefit from an immersive theater experience with a live audience, this series promotes films you must see on the big screen.

Sat, January 6: Loving Vincent - Film Special
Fri, January 12: Blade Runner 2049
Wed, February 14: The Princess Bride
Sun, February 25: The Greatest Showman


 
MLK Celebration: Borders
Thu, January 11: Moonlight
Sat, January 13: Marshall
Sun, January 14: Wonderstruck
Fri, January 19: Wonder
Sat, January 20: Human Flow - Film Special
Fri, January 26: Coco
Thu, February 1: P.S. Jerusalem - Film Special


 
Film Specials

These select films, often hard to find in theaters, offer a unique theater experience and sometimes involve live guests. These movies are not to be missed!

Sat, January 6: Loving Vincent - Film Special
Sat, January 13: The Opera House - Film Special
Sat, January 20: Human Flow - Film Special
Thu, February 1: P.S. Jerusalem - Film Special
Sat, February 3: Ex Libris: The New York Public Library - Film Special
Sat, February 10: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special
Sat, February 17: Oscar-Nominated Short Films - Film Special


 
Event Cinema

In addition to the Met Opera series, Hop film also presents an array of one-of-a-kind, high definition (HD) cinema events, including theater broadcasts, art exhibitions and the occasional rock concert.

Sun, January 21: Young Marx - National Theatre Live in HD
Sat & Sun, January 27 & 28: Tosca - The Met Opera in HD
Sat & Sun, February 10 & 11: L’Elisir d’Amore - The Met Opera in HD
Sun, February 18: Canaletto and the Art of Venice - Exhibition on Screen in HD
Sat & Sun, February 24 & 25: La Bohème - The Met Opera in HD
Sun, March 4: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - National Theatre Live in HD
Sat & Sun, March 10 & 11: Semiramide - The Met Opera in HD


 

Ticket Info


$8 • Dart ID $5 • Children 12 & under $5
Take 10 Card $60


Single tickets are available in advance: online and at the Hop Box Office. Tickets may also be bought at the ticket window beginning 30 minutes before start. Film Special prices vary.


The Take 10 Card


This new, easy-to-use punch card rewards movie lovers with a 25% discount, as well as increased choice, flexibility and benefits.

Here’s the scoop on the Take 10:
  • Provides 10 tickets to regular films* for $60. Simply present your Take 10 Card at the ticket window to obtain a ticket.
  • Eligible for Fall, Winter and Spring programs, current Take 10 Cards expire June 1, 2018. Buy as many cards—and as often—as you want!
  • Bring a date! Multiple tickets may be obtained to the same film for friends and family.
  • Tickets can be obtained in advance at the Hop Box Office during regular hours.
*Not applicable for Film Specials
or Event Cinema.


BUY A TAKE 10 CARD

Theater ticket window opens 30 minutes before start. Program subject to change.


Box Office


Monday–Friday: 10 am–6 pm
Saturday: 1–6 pm

Phone: 603.646.2422
Email: hop.box@dartmouth.edu


Hop Film Office


Phone: 603.646.2576
Email: hop.film@dartmouth.edu


About Hop Film


Hopkins Center Film presents over 120 movies a year, ranging from foreign and independent films to recent Oscar winners and classics. Within this slate, there is a Dartmouth Film Society (DFS) themed series and Film Specials, one-of-a-kind shows often with a live guest. Rounding out the lineup are the Event Cinema shows: HD broadcasts ranging from The Metropolitan Opera to London’s National Theatre to blockbuster art exhibitions.