This stunning solo documentary presents the war-torn country through the eyes of Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds.
DFS Film: Pather Panchali
Satyajit Ray's revelatory coming-of-age tale brought a new vision of India to the screen.
Hop Film: Shaun the Sheep
Aardman Animation’s (Wallace and Gromit) off-kilter comedy about a trickster sheep and his flock in the big city.
Hop Film: Ricki and the Flash
A rock star (Meryl Streep) returns home to face the music—and her family—in this charming dramedy.
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 (DFS)” 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.
If you like all kinds of movies from thrillers to art house gems, from classics to blockbusters, we’ve got a program and deal for you!
The DFS Pass provides admission to 17 films this term: the 8-part DFS Series playing every Sunday, the 3-part Apu Trilogy and 6 additional Hop filmsof your choice(Film Specials excluded). DFS pass quantities are limited.
This is a Golden Age for documentaries. Affordable equipment and new distribution platforms have made it possible for a greater variety of docs to have a voice in the national conversation. This fall, the DFS presents the best of the current crop, movies that take a unique approach to provocative, educational and life-affirming subjects.
Ticket and Pass Information:
$8 • Dart ID $5
Children 12 & under $5
DFS Pass (Limited Supply) 8 DFS + 3 Apu Trilogy + 6 Hop Films of your choice
$35 • Dartmouth Students only $20
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 beginning 30 minutes before start.
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 30 minutes before start.