Song Without a Name

Hop Film Now

Until the world fully re-opens, Hop Film continues transporting audiences with new stories set in distant lands.

From Swiss mansions (My Wonderful Wanda) to an Ivory Coast prison (Night of the Kings) to the hardscrabble Andes (Song Without a Name), the May movies offer a unique window into the lives of others quite different from our own. Oscar nominee The Man Who Sold His Skin and Hop premieres of Beans, Vertical Life Film Tour, Annecy animation winner Calamity Jane and Concerto: A Beethoven Journey (and more) take us on a magic movie carpet ride all month long!

Tickets: $8–10 public; $5 Dartmouth employees; free for Dartmouth students & Hop Members. Not a Member? Join Today >

Hop Film is funded in part by the Orton Hicks 1921 Film Fund and the Philip Fowler 1927 Fund for the Hopkins Center.

Films On Demand

Films On Demand

Sundown Cinema Series

Sundown Cinema Series

These films are open only to Dartmouth students with campus access privileges — attendance is limited. Attendees must comply with Dartmouth College policies for masking and physical distancing.