Our February 2024 Calendar is now here! You can download one here, or pick one up at the box office.

Monster, the dense, shape-shifting drama from Hirokazu Kore-eda opens February 1.

The new 4K Restoration of Shinji Sômai’s Typhoon Club opens February 1.

Four Daughters, the tumultuous new film from Kaouther Ben Hania opens February 3.

Do you remember the first time you went to the movies as a kid? We sure do, and we’re recreating the foundational experience every Sunday with Cabin Fever: Free Films for Kids! and the Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party! Featuring The Wizard of Oz, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Adventures of Prince Achmed.

This month’s Trash Cult Tuesdays features two films by one of the most prolific women filmmakers in the history of American cinema, writer-director-editor Doris Wishman. Join us starting February 6 for the iconic, gutter-noir crime epic Bad Girls Go To Hell and the horror-tinged, sexploitation mindwarp Indecent Desires.

The new 4K Restoration of Juliet Berto and Jean-Henri Roger’s Neige opens February 9.

Head Projectionist Eric Peterson presents the Charlie Chaplin classic Modern Times for our Staff Picks series on February 14.

This Stained Dawn opens February 15 for our Human Rights Through Film series.

How To Have Sex, the glittery, gritty, EDM-soundtracked feature debut from Molly Manning Walker opens February 16.

Shape-shifting satire The Sweet East opens February 16.

Tran Anh Hung’s beautiful and romantic new film, The Taste of Things, opens February 21.

Kids in the Hall’s Kevin McDonald introduces the charming meet-the-parents comedy The In-Laws on February 22.

On February 23 and 24, the Dave Barber Cinematheque presents five essential and radical works by the Black Audio Film Collective that encapsulate community, politics and protest, including Handsworth Songs, Twilight City (playing with Three Songs on Pain, Time and Light), Who Needs a Heart, and Seven Songs for Malcolm X.

Nic Kaneski dives into Pisces season with Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Teorema, as part of their Astral Projection series on February 28.

And lastly, Bikini Drive-In returns with the new 4K Restoration of Peeping Tom, Michael Powell’s examination of cinematic voyeurism.