Cinema 10

Spring 2020 Schedule

Mondays at 7:15 pm, at the Roxy Theater at 20 Main St. in Potsdam, NY.

2/3 Give me Liberty (2019, USA, d. Kirill Mikhanovsky) 110 min NR


2/10 Queen & Slim (2019, Canada/USA, d. Melina Matsoukas) 132 min R


2/17 Les Misérables (2019, France, d. Ladj Ly) 104 min R


2/24 The Biggest Little Farm (2018, USA, d. John Chester) 91 min PG

***panel of local farmers after the film, organized by GardenShare***


3/2 The Lighthouse (2019, Canada/USA, d. Robert Eggers) 109 min R


3/23 Step (2017, USA, d. Amanda Lipitz) 84 min PG


3/30 NYICFF Kid Flicks One - Catch the best short films from around the world for ages 3-7! 60 min

NYICFF Viva Kid Flicks - Catch the best Spanish-language short films from around the world! (Ages 8+) (2017-2019, various countries and directors) 65 min NR

***Presented in partnership with the New York International Children’s Film Festival***


4/6 Pain and Glory / Dolor y gloria (2019, Spain, d. Pedro Almodóvar) 113 min R


4/20 The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019, Canada/Norway, d. Kathleen Hepburn, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers) 105 min TV-MA (close to R)


4/27 Photograph (2019, Germany/India/USA, d. Ritesh Batra) 110 min PG-13


5/4 The Destruction of Memory (2016, USA/Bosnia and Herzegovina/France/Germany/Iraq/Mali, d. Tim Slade) 81 min NR

***Q&A with director Tim Slade after the film***

In partnership with the LoKo Arts Festival




Our mission:

Cinema 10 has three main goals: 1) to bring films to the area which are significant artistically, socially or politically, but which generally are not popular enough in the mass market to reach our theaters, with an emphasis on current international and American independent films; 2) to increase cultural diversity in an area relatively isolated culturally and ethnically; 3) to increase the public's awareness of film as an art form.

Cinema 10 is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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