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Here where we'll:
- go in depth about the films that we can't wait to see,
- post local reviews and responses to our featured movies,
- share all the details of upcoming events,
- make sure you stay in the know about ways to get involved, and
- keep you up to date about any new and exciting changes coming to The Grand. We always have something up our various sleeves
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Let's kick it off with a preview of the incredible films we are sharing over this holiday week - there is definitely something for every member of the family. So swing in before, after, and even during Thanksgiving. Let us thrill, inspire, and entertain you!
ROSENWALD: 1-DAY SCREENING TueS, 11/24
See the inspiring documentary ROSENWALD as part of our Tuesday Film Series, screenings at 1:45 and 6:45 PM. Learn more about philanthropist and civil rights activist here.
BROOKLYN: OPENING Weds, 11/25
Join the luminous Saoirse Ronan in her journey of self discovery and love in the acclaimed romantic drama BROOKLYN. This film opens 11/25 and should run for at least a month. Read more and pick your showtime here.
SUFFRAGETTE, ROOM and SPOTLIGHT
Three powerful dramas will inspire you this holiday week. Check out the details and schedules for SUFFRAGETTE, ROOM, and SPOTLIGHT by clicking on the film titles.
Weird Elephant presents Dangerous Men
Our newest monthly film series features Dangerous Men, an instant cult classic 26 years in the making that can only be described as "mind-boggling, virtuoso WTF-ery."
The Weird Elephant series presents new indie genre and future-cult classics on the last Friday and Saturday of every month, paired expertly with a featured Northwest brewery. Come palate cleanse after your very probably family-filled Thanksgiving. Learn more about Dangerous Men and Weird Elephant here.
We look forward to seeing you at any and all of these amazing screenings and from all of us at The Grand, we wish you and your families a very happy Thanksgiving.
See you at the movies!
Featured film still of Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant from the 1940 film His Girl Friday.