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  • Sunday Cinema Series Going Big With Penultimate Event This Month

    In celebration of the 75th anniversary of Gone with the Wind, the Newtown Cultural Arts Commission will present a Red Carpet Event and Film Screening on Sunday, November 30, at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street. 

    Patrons are encouraged to wear their Oscar best to strut the red carpet beginning at 1 pm. Professional photos will be taken by Marleen Cafarelli of Photo Art Works.  The movie screening will begin by 1:30, and will include a free popcorn, as well as special refreshments offered at intermission.

  • Sunday Cinema Series: Student Film, Art Display To Be Part Of Film Screenings At Edmond Town Hall

    As the Sunday Cinema Series continues into autumn, a collection of classic horror films will be offered on Sunday, October 19, at Edmond Town Hall Theatre.

  • Sunday Cinema Series Update: Horror Films This Month, Red Carpet Plans For November

    1939 Best Picture nominee The Hunchback of Notre Dame will continue the Sunday Cinema Series with a pair of screenings on October 19.

  • Sunday Cinema Series Returning This Weekend

    This month’s Sunday Cinema Series will feature two screenings of a James Stewart favorite and one offering of a Bette Davis drama.

  • Sunday Cinema Series Resumes August 31

    On Sunday, August 31, the Edmond Town Hall Theatre will screen Goodbye, Mr Chips as part of the 2014 Sunday Cinema Series, presented by Newtown Cultural Arts Commission.  Tickets for all shows are $2. Screenings are planned for 1, 4 and 7 pm.

  • A Teacher Transformed, Next In Sunday Cinema Series

    English actor Robert Donat played the title role in the 1939 feature Goodbye, Mr Chips, alongside Irish actress Greer Garson in her first MGM film. This was the role for which Donat would always be remembered, aging on screen from 25 to 83. Many expected Clark Gable to win the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role, especially since Gone with the Wind was sweeping up, but instead Robert Donat was the surprise winner that year. 

  • Sunday Cinema Series To Continue With Cary Grant Feature

    Cary Grant, so dashing and debonair, was one of Hollywood’s consummate leading men. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Cary Grant the second “Greatest Male Screen Legend.”

    On Sunday, July 27, Edmond Town Hall Theatre will screen his 1939 feature film, Gunga Din, as part of the 2014 Sunday Cinema Series presented by the Newtown Cultural Arts Commission. Screenings are planned for 1, 4 and 7 pm. Tickets for all shows are $2.

  • Laurel & Hardy, And Greta Garbo: Sunday Cinema Series Resumes This Weekend

    Keep an eye out for “Laurel and Hardy” in front of the Edmond Town Hall on Sunday, June 29, when the theater will host screenings of two Hollywood classics. The screenings will be the next installment of the 2014 Sunday Cinema Series celebrating the 75th anniversary of “The Greatest Year in Film — 1939,” presented by Newtown Cultural Arts Commission. 

  • Sunday Cinema Series To Reintroduce Double Feature This Month

    Newtown Cultural Arts Commission will reintroduce the double feature with this month’s offering in its Sunday Cinema Series. Moviegoers will have the opportunity to take in a pair of classic comedies — The Flying Deuces and Ninotchka — on Sunday, June 29, at Edmond Town Hall.

  • Off To See "The Wizard"

    Kirsten Liniger, dressed as Dorothy and carting “Toto” in her basket, waves to passersby before Sunday’s screening of The Wizard of Oz at the Edmond Town Hall Theatre.