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Hop Film: The Invisible Woman

Ralph Fiennes is compelling and convincing as Charles Dickens, a man struggling to hide a passionate love affair while living in the spotlight.

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Hop Film: Like Father, Like Son

The ordered life of a successful architect is violently upended when the hospital reveals the unthinkable: the boy he raised is not his biological son.

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Hop Film: The Wind Rises

Key historical events—including the Great Depression and Japan’s plunge into war—serve as a backdrop for director Hayao Miyazaki’s epic tale of love and perseverance.

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DFS Film: The Big Parade

A shrewdly judged blend of comedy, romance, action and tragedy, King Vidor's powerful WWI silent is epic in every sense of the word.

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Hop Film: Gloria

A woman of a certain age, Gloria’s search for love and connection at social dance clubs is presented with a deft blend of humor and pathos.

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FILMS

Hopkins Center Film

Hopkins Center Film presents 30+ movies every term ranging from classics to recent Oscar winners. Within this slate, there is a weekly “Dartmouth Film Society” series programmed around a central theme. There are also 18-20 “Hop Films,” which include critically acclaimed, foreign and independent new releases. “Film Specials” are one-of-a-kind shows often with a live guest. Both single tickets and term passes are available in advance and at the door.

Are you the sort of moviegoer who wants to see an uplifting documentary, the latest Woody Allen film, a foreign thriller, a recent blockbuster and a classic in the same term? Then we’ve got a program and deal for you!

The DFS Pass provides admission to 16 films this term: the 8-part DFS Series playing every Sunday, 2 WWI Centennial films and 6 additional Hop films of your choice (Film Specials excluded).

SUNDAY DFS: THE LIFE CINEMATIC WITH WES ANDERSON
This series brings you the entirety of Wes Anderson’s unique, witty and delightfully quirky filmography, from Bottle Rocket to The Grand Budapest Hotel. The themed DFS series movies play on Sundays, most at 4 pm.

Ticket and Pass Information:

Single tickets
$8 | Dart ID $5 | Children 12 & under $5

DFS Pass (Limited Supply)
(8 DFS + 2 WWI Centennial + 6 Hop Films of your choice)
$25 | Dartmouth Students only $15

BUY A DFS PASS
Spring DFS passes for the general public are sold out. Dartmouth Student passes are still available.

Single tickets and DFS Passes are available in advance: online and at the Hop Box Office during regular business hours. Tickets and passes may also be bought at the ticket window right before the film.

Passholders: This DFS Pass must always be presented in exchange for a physical ticket in order to gain admission. To ensure you admission to your favorite films we recommend you secure these tickets in advance by presenting your DFS Pass at the Hop Box Office during regular business hours (M-F 10-6, Sa 1-6).

This Pass does not guarantee a seat, but does provide access to tickets on a first-come, first-served basis until all seats are filled. Passes may not be used to secure multiple tickets to the same film.

Theater ticket window opens 45 minutes before start.

Program subject to change

For more information, blitz “dfs” or email dfs@dartmouth.edu