Please note that West Building, including Sip café, will be closed to the public on Wednesday, March 21, while Art in Bloom is installed. Admission will also be charged to visit the West Building galleries during Art in Bloom, March 22–25. More information and tickets are available here. East Building and the Museum Park will remain open and free to visitors.
$5 Museum members, youth 7–18, college students with ID
(1937) Directed by Tay Garnett. Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell, Humphrey Bogart. (91 min.) 35mm from UNCSA.
Atterbury Dodd is a stuffy New York banker, sent to Hollywood from Wall Street to straighten out the tangled finances of Colossal Studios. Crossing paths with a peppy former child star, he learns that people’s lives don’t always fit between the lines on a spreadsheet.
“Bogie is surprisingly funny in his first comedic role, and Blondell is, as always, sassy and smart” (The Discerning Film Lover’s Guide).
We start December with a mesmerizing animated film by a Dutch director, part of our new ArtHouse series, and a movie pick inspired by the exhibition Inspiring Beauty, starring Diana Ross. January begins a classic comedy film festival curated by Laura Boyes, and John Munson presents two more notable ArtHouse films.