Vintage movies in a vintage theatre
Enjoy classic films on the big screen. Time travel and watch some of the most talked about movies of all time. All movies have been carefully picked by Artistic Director Dana Andersen who will greet you and introduce the movie each week. Join the Cinema Series family and become a regular!
Our 2017 line-up will be released soon!
Tickets may also be available at the door for $12 (cash only).
- Fresh veggies with ranch dip: Carrot, celery and cucumber with gluten free ranch dip
- Garden salad with Italian or balsamic vinaigrette dressing
- Sandwich of your choice:
- Roast Beef “ Freshly baked deli loaf with horseradish mayo, sliced roast beef and lettuce
- Turkey “ Freshly baked deli loaf with mustard mayo, sliced turkey breast and shredded lettuce
- Tomato “ Freshly baked deli loaf with chipotle mayo, sliced cheese, tomato and lettuce
- Ham & Cheese “ Freshly baked deli loaf with chipotle mayo, black forest ham, sliced cheese and lettuce
- Whole seasonal fruit
- Homemade fudge brownie
- Bottled water
Picnics baskets must be reserved by 12 pm on Wednesday for the movie the following day.
They will be ready for pick up on Thursday anytime after 5:30 pm at the Hotel Selkirk front desk.
Please note the box office and concession is cash only in the Capitol Theatre.
A great way to kick off the Cinema series. This Ingrid Bergman Humphrey Bogart classic resonates, even more, today in a world of visa’s, passports and loyalties. With a healthy dose of romance to remind us that love is still the key. [x_button shape=”square” size=”large” float=”none” href=”http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034583/videoplayer/vi6095897?ref_=tt_ov_vi” title=”Click to view trailer. ” target=”blank” info=”none” Read More
The Master of suspense uses a Lifeboat as an allegory for the times as several survivors of a torpedoed ship find themselves in stranded in the same lifeboat as the men who sunk it . …watch for Hitchcock’s cameo as a before and after add in a newspaper. Read More
James Dean electrifies the screen with his timeless portrayal of teenage angst one of three classics starring Dean before his tragic death. James Deans acting style would forever change Hollywood films.Read More
John Hurt stars in this true story of John Merrick a heavily disfigured man Who becomes the toast of the town while living as a sideshow freak Lynch’s powerful depiction of Merrick moves the viewer from revulsion and fear to empathy and tenderness. Read More
Harvey Keitel and Keith Carradine star in this epic duel between Napoleonic officers that eventually evolves into a decade-long series of duels, after each bout for various reasons end up unresolved a great film for actors studying stage fighting Read More
The one and only Bela Lugosi sets the bar as the Prince of Darkness and cements his place in cinematic history as the quintessential Count Dracula Read More
This biopic depicting the early years of eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes and his obsession with airplanes is one of Leonardo De Caprio’s best roles. Read More
One of the Kings of the silent era Buster Keaton packs the screen with stunts action and romance While telling the story of his beloved locomotive “The General” set during the American civil war.Read More
Elvis showed his amazing acting Talent as well as is legendary singing voice in the movie in this movie about a teenager that becomes a rockstar after serving a prison sentence. Read More
F.Murray Abraham won a best actor award for this incredible story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Told by his peer and secret rival salieri now confined to an insane asylum. Read More