301. Belcourt Theatre Pop-Up Screenings


As we all know, or should, The Belcourt Theatre is currently under a massive renovation. But that hasn’t stopped Nashville’s independent theatre from presenting amazing films. In fact, over the next few months they have some outstanding pop-up shows to see. We of course compiled them all in a nice list just for you. See below and plan which one to attend, if not all.SetRatioSize12001200-LSM33.Flyer.Web.jpg

Light and Sound Machine: COME BACK, AFRICA
Thursday, Feb. 18 at Third Man Records, 623 7th Ave. South (doors 7 p.m., film 8 p.m.)
The Light and Sound Machine is co-presented by the Belcourt Theatre and Third Man Records

COME BACK, AFRICA
Dir. Lionel Rogosin, USA, 1959, 95 min., 16mm
$10 / $8 Belcourt members

Peripheral Visions: THE DION BROTHERS (aka THE GRAVY TRAIN)
Tuesday, March 1 at Third Man Records, 623 7th Ave. South (doors 7 p.m., film 8 p.m.)
Peripheral Visions is a new monthly screening series of 16mm cult and genre films from the 70s and 80s, co-presented by the Belcourt Theatre and Third Man Records

THE DION BROTHERS (aka THE GRAVY TRAIN)
Dir. Jack Starrett, USA, 1974, 94 min., 16mm
$10 / $8 Belcourt members

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in partnership with OZ Arts Nashville
Sunday, March 6 at OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Circle, 12:30 p.m.

MUSTANG
Dir. Deniz Gamze Ergüve, Turkey, 2015, 94 min., NR, Digital
12:30 p.m.
$10 / $8 Belcourt members

IN JACKSON HEIGHTS
in partnership with OZ Arts Nashville
Sunday, March 6 at OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Circle, 3 p.m.

IN JACKSON HEIGHTS
Dir. Frederick Wiseman, USA, 2015, 190 min., NR, Digital
3:00 p.m.
$10 / $8 Belcourt members

National Evening of Science on Screen: HEAVENLY BODIES
Tuesday, March 22 at Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive, Brentwood
(doors 7 p.m., film 8 p.m.)

Science on Screen is made possible through a grant by the Coolidge Corner Theatre, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

OUR HEAVENLY BODIES
with live accompaniment by Nashville ambient electronic group Coupler
Dir. Hanns Walter Kornblum, Germany, 1925, 91 min., NR, Digital

$25 / $20 Belcourt members
(Tickets are limited and will go on sale to Belcourt members Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. General tickets, if available, will go on sale Friday, Feb. 12 at 10 a.m.)

Post-film Q&A: Bob O’Dell, Distinguished Research Professor of Astrophysics at Vanderbilt University, and the founding project scientist for the Hubble Space Telescope, which he helped design and for which he supervised construction.

Before and after the film: Tours of the observatory. Stargazing through the observatory’s telescopes (weather permitting. Q&As with observatory astronomers.

EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
Sunday, April 3 at Third Man Records, 623 7th Ave. South (times TBA)
Part of the 2016 Science on Screen series, made possible through a grant by the Coolidge Corner Theatre, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
DIr. Ciro Guerra, Columbia, 2016, NR, 122 min., Digital
$10 / $8 Belcourt members

301. Belcourt Theatre Pop-Up Screenings

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