American Fiction

Hop Film Now

Not to be missed, our Hop Film Events this spring take us behind the scenes and offer us sneak peeks, with exciting guests including actor Sharon Washington '81 and HBO showrunner Steve Warren '82

When you're not enjoying our many "Art on Screen" offerings this term, check out our "Movies on the Map" series with stories that will immerse you in cultures and natural wonders from every continent. And don't miss our free events, including exclusive advance screenings!

Film Calendar

This Spring, we're getting theatrical with our live guests! Actor and playwright Sharon Washington '81 (Joker, Michael Clayton) will join director Chuck Schultz for a Q&A with the moving documentary about the joys and challenges of developing a one-woman show based on her life. And HBO showrunner Steve Warren '82 is bringing a sneak peek of the sensational drag reality series WE'RE HERE, along with a very special guest—and Dartmouth's House of Lewan drag club plans to walk the red carpet for the premiere! 

Fans of live arts will also enjoy our "Art on Screen" offerings this term, with performances from Beyoncé on tour, Joseph Fiennes as a British footballer, and Ralph Fiennes as Macbeth all heading to the big screen. Horticulturalists and artists alike will also delight in Painting the Modern Garden, highlighting the work of Monet, Van Gogh and Matisse.

Speaking of masterpieces, this Spring features standout films from around the globe, including Oscar nominees from Germany and Japan. Your seat at the Loew is a first-class ticket to travel the world with our "Movies on the Map" series, stories that will immerse you in cultures and natural wonders on every continent.

One program in this series (Havana Divas with director Louisa Wei in person) is among our free events this term. We also invite you to check out free advance screenings of the hit Sundance doc Girls State and the action comedy The Fall Guy, as well as a free showing of Common Ground to kick off Earth Week, in partnership with Dartmouth Sustainability.

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

FULL SPRING LISTING
3/28 at 7 pm Girls State
3/29
 at 7 pm The Teachers' Lounge*
3/30
 at 7 pm RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ
3/31
 at 4 pm Perfect Days*
4/5
 at 7 pm WE'RE HERE
4/6
 at 4 pm American Fiction
4/7
 at 4 pm Anselm        
4/12
 at 7 pm Bob Marley: One Love*
4/13
 at 7 pm Origin
4/14 
at 4 pm Women's Adventure Film Tour    
4/19
 at 7 pm Out of Darkness
4/20 
at 7 pm British Arrows*
4/21
 at 4 pm Common Ground
4/25 
at 7 pm When My Sleeping Dragon Woke
4/26 
at 7 pm Mami Wata*
4/27
 at 7 pm The Fall Guy
4/28
 at 4 pm National Theatre Live: Dear England
4/30
 at 7 pm Identity & Becoming: Vietnamese Queer Short Films
5/3
 at 8 pm The Monk and the Gun*
5/4
 at 7 pm The Thing*
5/5
 at 1 pm Red, White and Brass*
5/10
 at 7 pm They Shot the Piano Player*
5/11
 at 7 pm Love Lies Bleeding
5/12 at 4 pm Dartflix
5/16 at 7 pm Havana Divas*
5/18
 at 4 pm Shayda*
5/19
 at 4 pm Theater in HD: Macbeth
5/21
at 7 pm Nous les Noirs*        
5/22
 at 7 pm The Rabbi's Cat*
5/23 at 7 pm Documentary Filmmaking Class Screening
5/24 at 7pm Sing Sing
5/26 at 4 pm Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse
5/26 at 7pm When the Old Traditions Failed
5/28 at 7pm Taylor Mac's 24-Decade History of Popular Music

* Part of the Movies on the Map Film Series.

Spring Films

Spring Films

Special Events

The Last Supper

Leonardo da Vinci

July 6

with filmmakers Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon in person

When My Sleeping Dragon Woke

When My Sleeping Dragon Woke

April 25

Actor and playwright Sharon Washington '81 shares the joys and challenges of developing a one-woman play about her life in this moving documentary.

Havana Divas

Havana Divas

May 16

with director Louisa Wei in person. Free screening!

WE'RE HERE

WE'RE HERE: Special Screening

April 5

with creator Stephen Warren '82 and special guest Priyanka in person!