In the Heights

In the Heights

Playing at Pickford Film Center
143 minutes, USA, In English, Spanish w/ English subtitles, Drama, Musical,
Rated PG-13: for some language and suggestive references
CCAP

• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

In the Heights centers on a variety of characters living in the neighborhood of Washington Heights, on the northern tip of Manhattan.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Shiva Baby

Shiva Baby

Playing at Pickford Film Center
79 minutes, USA, Canada, In English, Drama
Rated NR: _


We’re so excited to have you back in the theaters and we’ve implemented the following policies as recommended by the CDC, Governor Inslee, and the Cinemasafe program:

• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

• We ask that you do not arrive at the theater more than 30 mins before the film starts and that you avoid spending excess time in the lobby

• We will still be offering all our delicious popcorn toppings in pre-portioned cups.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Minari

Minari

Playing at Pickford Film Center
116 minutes, USA, In Korean, Engliah, Drama
Rated PG-13: for some thematic elements and a rude gesture
OCAP

We’re so excited to have you back in the theaters and we’ve implemented the following policies as recommended by the CDC, Governor Inslee, and the Cinemasafe program:

• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

• We ask that you do not arrive at the theater more than 30 mins before the film starts and that you avoid spending excess time in the lobby

• We will still be offering all our delicious popcorn toppings in pre-portioned cups.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Against the Current (Á móti straumnum)

Against the Current (Á móti straumnum)

Playing at Pickford Film Center
87 minutes, Iceland, In Icelandic, Documentary
Rated NR: _


• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Playing at Pickford Film Center
117 minutes, USA, In English, Documentary
Rated PG-13: for some disturbing images, smoking and brief drug material.


More showtimes coming soon, check back Monday evening.

• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Romeo and Juliet: The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company

Romeo and Juliet: The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company

Playing at Pickford Film Center
157 minutes, USA, In English, Performing Arts
Rated NR: _


• Masks are required at all times in the lobby, restrooms, and any time when seated unless you are actively eating concessions.

The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s modern and passionate staging of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, returns to the big screen this summer. Starring Richard Maddenas Romeo and Lily James as Juliet, with Sir Derek Jacobias Mercutio and Meera Syalas The Nurse, this is a heartbreaking tale of forbidden love where the longstanding feud between Verona’s Montague and Capulet families brings about devastating consequences for two young lovers caught in the conflict.

SEATS MARKED IN WHITE ARE AVAILABLE. SEATS MARKED IN PURPLE HAVE BEEN CLAIMED. SEATS MARKED IN GREY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AND REPRESENT UNOCCUPIED AREAS. If you do not purchase all available seats in a cluster, any seats you do not purchase in that group will be removed from sale, please avoid sections of 4 unless your group is that large, or no other options exist.

Enormous: The Gorge Story

Enormous: The Gorge Story

Playing at Pickford Film Center
65 minutes, USA, In English, Documentary
Rated NR: .


Enormous: The Gorge Story carves out the never-before-told story of the world’s most iconic music venue,The Gorge Amphitheatre. This music film investigates the venue’s unlikely evolution from a small winery created by a neurosurgeon to becoming one of the greatest outdoor music destinations in the world. Sign up to our mailing list for updates and original music content.

Film is in a unique position to shine a light on issues and events, helping us to bear witness to our times. We cannot publicly ignore or unsee what we have seen.  Cinemas have the power to illuminate and expose issues, give voice to stories, center the marginalized and advocate for new ways to frame the present and move into the future.  As an organization, Pickford Film Center will use its screens to illuminate, expose, give voice, humanize and advocate. 

Pickford Film Center stands in solidarity with Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) communities across America to say racism against AAPI is real; racist misogyny, sexism and femicide are real and racist acts must stop. 

Pickford Film Center stands in solidarity with Black communities across America to say enough is enough. Black lives matter. Without justice there is no peace and if we remain silent we are complicit in their perpetuation.

Pickford Film Center acknowledges our debt to the Coast Salish people and Indigenous people across America.  The epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women is real: racist misogyny, sexism and femicide must stop.

We call on our community to pay attention, to check your bias, to speak up, to understand the issues and to be generous to the organizations that are fighting to make an equitable future possible for everyone.

In this spirit, we share with you resources and organizations that are working on behalf of justice.

Support from our sponsors is critical to the Pickford during COVID-19. Please take a moment to check them out, support their businesses, and thank them!

Thank You To Our Funders

Thank You To Our Funders

On behalf of the Pickford Film Center staff and board we would like to acknowledge that we are located on the traditional, ancestral lands of the Lhaq’te’mish (Lummi Nation) and Nuxwsá7aq (Nooksack) Tribe, as well as all other Salishan families who, from time immemorial, share the ancestral homelands and salt waters of Whatcom County and the Salish Sea.