Delectable dinners following screenings of the films that inspired them.
Join fellow cinephiles at our table for dinner and discussion following this visually striking, thought-provoking recent documentary about the British installation artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Join fellow cinephiles for dinner and discussion following this strikingly beautiful first feature by Rungano Nyoni, who layers magic realism, satire, and social critique in the original and unforgettable story of a girl accused of witchcraft and exiled from her village.
A medieval knight challenges Death to a game of chess in Bergman’s iconic work of cinematic philosophy, which provides the backdrop for a Swedish-inspired dinner.
See Mexico through Eisenstein’s eyes in this footage shot in 1931, intended for an epic hybrid of documentary and fiction. Then join in a lively discussion over dinner.
Enjoy a four-course chef's dinner following a screening of this film that Variety calls "a mesmerizing slow burn of a martial-arts movie."
A blistering sequel to Scenes from a Marriage, Bergman’s final work proves that his grasp of human foibles only sharpened, not mellowed, with age.
Enjoy a four-course chef's dinner following a screening of Bergman's intense and penetrating chamber piece starring Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann.
Enjoy a four-course chef's dinner following a screening of Eisenstein's first sound film.