Art programing back at Movie House
Last updated 10/18/2022 at Noon
Continuing a tradition dating back to 2017, Sisters Movie House announced that special one-night-only arts presentations will return on Thursday, October 20.
The 2022 Autumn Arts Series kicked off on October 6, with a music documentary on the pop-rock band Chicago. Now the series moves into the popular realm of modern art with a special on 20th-century painter Edward Hopper. “Hopper: An American Love Story” provides a comprehensive look at one of America’s best-known, but least understood artists. It will air for one night only on Thursday, October 20, at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are priced at $15 and available at www.sistersmoviehouse.com or at the theater box office.
“Hopper is an unquestioned genius,” said Drew Kaza, managing partner of Quoin Media & Entertainment LLC, which owns and operates Sisters Movie House. “At the same time, there is so much about him that is not well known. This film takes a fascinating look both at his art and the mysterious man himself.”
In addition to announcing the latest in the Autumn Arts Series, Sisters Movie House is also happy to confirm it will return to its “regular” seven-day-a-week schedule from Monday, October 31.
“We have been on a special limited schedule of Fridays through Sundays since Labor Day,” said Kaza. “There was simply a huge dearth of decent films being offered, but, as of next week, that all starts to change. So we will go back to seven days after Halloween and we don’t expect any further revisions, other than our usual expanded schedule at the holidays, through the rest of 2022.”
New releases already confirmed for the coming weeks include “Black Adam” with Dwayne Johnson and “Ticket to Paradise” starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts — both starting on Friday, October 21. Critically acclaimed titles “Till” and “Tar” both debut the following week.
The rest of the Autumn Arts Series will continue in November and early December, with specials on Paul Cezanne and George Harrison, amongst others.