SmARTfilms Series: New Beginnings

SmARTfilms Series: New Beginnings

Bainbridge Island
550 Winslow Way East
16 Jan
  • [PAST] January 16th to February 6th, 2024
  • 7pm
  • 550 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island
  • Art Festival

SmARTfilms Series: New Beginnings
January 16, January 23, January 30, February 6, 2024
7pm Each Night

SmARTfilms' New Beginnings series promises to offer a thought-provoking exploration of diverse perspectives, addressing crucial societal issues such as race, finance, family, and personal challenges. Through these films, viewers will witness inspiring stories of overcoming adversity and kick starting fresh starts.
See which films are showing, listed below, and select that date when purchasing a ticket, or buy a Series Pass at a discount and see all 4 films!
Member Single Ticket - $10 Non-Member Single Ticket - $12
Member Series Pass - $30 Non-Member Series Pass - $42

1/16 - WHO WE ARE: A Chronicle of Racism in America - 2021
(2 hours, Rated PG-13)
Written by Jeffrey Robinson
Directed by Sarah & Emily Kunstler
In honor of Martin Luther King’s birthday, BIMA is showing this documentary/travelogue presented by Seattle-based trial attorney Jeffrey Robinson, a persuasive, empathetic, and informed speaker who showcases the history of racism through a living tour of American history. From Oklahoma to the Deep South, from Wall Street to Seattle—while connecting the year 1619 to today—Robinson weaves his personal history with that of America in an engaging and affective way to impress upon us what systemic bigotry actually means. Winner of the top prize, the Golden Space Needle Award, at Seattle Int’l Film Festival.

1/23 - THE JUDGE - 2014
(2 hours 21 minutes - Rated R)
Starring Robert Downey Jr, Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Billy Bob Thornton, Vincent D’Onofrio
Equal parts courtroom drama, legal thriller, and family saga, THE JUDGE features two stellar actors at the top of their craft, with an equally terrific supporting cast. Hank, a brilliant but shady attorney returns to his Indiana home after learning his mother has passed away. His arrival triggers renewed tension between himself and his father, the town’s judge. As Hank prepares to depart, his father is arrested for a hit-and-run death, so Hank takes on his father’s defense, despite the old man’s objections.

(122 minutes, Rated R)
Starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert DeNiro
Directed by David O. Russell
After a violent episode sparked by losing his house, his job, and his wife in quick succession, a man is released from a state institution and moves back in with his mother and father. He resolves to rebuild his life, remain positive and reunite with his wife. When he meets a mysterious girl with problems of her own, things get complicated. Nominated for 8 Oscars; winning the Best Actress Oscar for Jennifer Lawrence.

(2 hours - Rated PG-13)
Starring Will Smith, Thandiwe Newton, Jaden Smith
Inspired by a true story, a bright and talented—but marginally employed—salesman is struggling to make ends meet. He finds himself and his 5-year-old child evicted from their apartment with nowhere to go. When he lands himself an internship at a prestigious stock brokerage firm, he and his son endure many hardships in pursuit of their dream for a better life. “For a movie conceived and executed in the mainstream Hollywood idiom, it has uncommon depth and honesty.” - L.A. Weekly

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

  • 550 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island, WA
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