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Hop Film Now

The world is heading outside this summer and Hop Film joins the fun with free, outdoor movies!

Join us under the stars for our Sundown Cinema Series, debuting next Friday, June 26. These free screenings occur every Saturday night at 9 pm in Kemeny Courtyard. From crazy blockbusters (Godzilla vs. Kong) to Oscar winners (Minari, Soul) to pandemic favorites (Palm Springs) there is something for everyone.

On-demand movies return with their 24/7 access and month-long runs. July films introduce us to a few quiet heroes ranging from Icelandic kayakers (Against the Current) to self-made artists (Bill Traylor) to downsized moms (Duty Free). A fascinating dual portrait of artistic friends and rivals unfolds in Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation.

#SmallScreenFun Live Chats continue with summer favorite Ken Burns, making his virtual debut on July 17. Ken and co-directors Sarah Burns and David McMahon will beam into campus with exclusive clips and stories around their newest series Muhammad Ali.

Stay tuned for more films to be announced later this summer.

Hop Film is funded in part by the Orton Hicks 1921 Film Fund and the Philip Fowler 1927 Fund for the Hopkins Center. The Sundown Cinema Series is funded in part by the Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation.

Upcoming Films & Events

Upcoming Films & Events

Film On Demand

Film On Demand