Here’s a proposal you may’t refuse: “The Godfather,” again on the massive display screen as a part of a restricted engagement to mark the 45th anniversary of the discharge of director Francis Ford Coppola’s landmark crime drama. It occurs this week — and it tops this week’s itemizing of off-the-beaten path occasions on faucet for native movie followers.
TCM Big Screen Classics: ‘The Godfather’ Canal Place, Elmwood Palace, West Bank Palace, Covington Stadium 14, Slidell Grand, Perkins Rowe (Baton Rouge), Baton Rouge Movie Tavern. The native theaters workforce with Turner Classic Movies and Fathom Events for a 45th-anniversary restricted engagement of director Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 drama “The Godfather” (2 and seven p.m. Sunday and Wednesday, June four and seven), starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan and Robert Duvall, within the saga of an American crime household. The occasion will embrace a specifically produced commentary earlier than and after the movie from TCM host Ben Mankiewicz. For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the Fathom Events web site.
Grand Theaters Summer Kids’ Flicks sequence Slidell Grand, Kenner Grand. The native theater relaunches its annual family-friendly sequence for summer time, held each Tuesday and Wednesday morning. All exhibits begin at 10 a.m., with doorways opening at 9:30. Up subsequent: the animated 2016 comedy “The Secret Life of Pets” (Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30 and 31; PG) and “The LEGO Movie” (Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and seven; PG). All tickets are $four and embrace a field of popcorn and child-size soda. For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the Grand 16 Esplanade or Grand Slidell 16 web site.
A zero07 Double Feature Elmwood Palace. To honor actor Roger Moore, who died May 23, the native theater is internet hosting a double characteristic of the James Bond movies “The Spy Who Loved Me” and “For Your Eyes Only” (6 p.m. Wednesday, May 31; and a couple of p.m. Sunday, June four), each starring Moore. Fifty % of proceeds will profit UNICEF, a pet reason for Moore’s. Advance tickets are $12.50. For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the AMC Elmwood Palace web site.
Dinner and a ZOOvie: ‘Zootopia’ Audubon Zoo. The New Orleans zoo relaunches its standard outside screening sequence for summer time. First up: Disney’s 2016 animated household movie “Moana” (screening begins at sunset, about eight p.m., on Friday, June 2; gates open at 6 p.m.; PG), a Polynesia-set princess story a few younger woman who units out on an epic journey to save lots of her village. For an extra price, attendees can splash round within the facility’s Cool Zoo splash park from 6 p.m. till the film begins. Animal reveals is not going to be open for the ZOOvie occasion. Tickets for the film solely are $6 per particular person. Tickets for the film and Cool Zoo are $12. Children underneath 2 are admitted free. Concessions will probably be out there for buy on-site, though attendees are invited to carry their very own picnic dinner, garden chairs and blankets. No glass containers, open candles or pets will probably be permitted. For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the Audubon Zoo web site.
Prytania Late Night Series: The Works of David Lynch Prytania Theatre, 5339 Prytania St., 504.891.2787. The theater hosts a screening sequence of fan favorites. This week, it continues its tribute to the works of David Lynch with a screening of Lynch’s 2001 neo-noir thriller “Mulholland Drive” (midnight Friday and Saturday, June 2 and three; and 10 p.m. Sunday, June four), starring Justin Theroux, Naomi Watts, Laura Elena Harring, Ann Miller and Robert Forster. Coming up: “Eraserhead” (June 9 to 11). For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the Prytania Theatre web site.
Prytania Theatre Classic Movie Series: ‘Mr. Deeds Goes to Town’ Prytania Theatre, 5339 Prytania St., 504.891.2787. The New Orleans theater continues its twice-weekly screening sequence specializing in Hollywood classics. Next up: director Frank Capra’s 1936 romantic comedy “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” (10 a.m. Sunday and Wednesday, June four and seven), starring Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur. Coming up: 1938’s “You Can’t Take it With You” (June 11 and 14) and 1941’s “The Lady Eve” (June 18 and 21). Tickets are $6. For particulars go to the Prytania Theatre web site.
Kenner Planetarium and Megadome Cinema 2020 Fourth Street, Kenner. The native planetarium continues its weekly Saturday screening sequence, with a deal with instructional programming. The schedule for Saturdays in May: “One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure” (11 a.m., 27 minutes); “Flying Monsters” (midday, 40 minutes); “Laser Spirit” (1 p.m., 40 minutes.); “Dream to Fly” (2 p.m.; 35 minutes.); and “Magic Tree House: Space Mission” (three p.m.; 30 minutes.). Tickets are $6 ($5 for seniors and kids). Open Tuesdays by way of Fridays by appointment just for teams. For particulars, go to the town of Kenner web site or name 468-7231.
Entergy Giant Screen Theater Aquarium of the Americas, 1 Canal St. The aquarium’s in-house theater hosts common screenings, with an emphasis on nature documentaries. Now displaying each day by way of June 29 (closed Mondays): “Tiny Giants 3D” (10 a.m., midday, and 12:40, three and four:20 p.m.; 44 minutes.), “Incredible Predators 3D” (10:40 and 11:20 a.m., and a couple of:20 and three:40 p.m.; 40 minutes.) and “Hurricane on the Bayou” (1:20 and 5 p.m.; 40 minutes.). For particulars, together with ticketing data, go to the Entergy Giant Screen Theater web site.
Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center 1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., 504.352.1150. The native various film home continues its screenings of off-the-beaten-path movies. New this week: director Ann Marie Fleming’s animated drama “Window Horses” (7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 2 and three; 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June four; 7:30 p.m. Monday by way of Wednesday, June 5 to 7; and eight:30 p.m. Thursday, June 9), a few Chinese-Iranian-Canadian poet whose journey to a poetry competition in Iran turns into a journey of self-discovery. Holding over: director Petra Epperlein’s documentary “Karl Marx City” (9 nightly by way of Thursday, June 1; 5:20 p.m. Friday, June 2; 9 p.m. Saturday, June three; three:30 p.m. Sunday, June four; and 9 p.m. Monday by way of Wednesday, June 5 to 7), during which Epperlein takes viewers on a tour of East Berlin as she appears for clues about her father’s 1999 suicide. Finishing its native run: administrators Zacharias Kunuk and Jonah Qunaq’s “Searchers (Maligluitt)” (7 nightly by way of Thursday, June 1), an Inuit remodeling of the John Ford Western “The Searchers.” Tickets are $eight ($7 for college kids and seniors; $6 for members), until in any other case indicated. For particulars, go to the Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center web site.
'The Godfather' returns to theaters, topping this week's film listings by: Elie Abi Younes published: