It’s awards season and Harkins Theatres is rolling out the red carpet with its annual Best Picture Film Fest. “Going to the movies” was vastly different in 2020, but that didn’t mean there weren’t any quality films out there for cinephiles to enjoy — you just had to work a little harder to seek them out. Now’s the chance to catch up on all of them in one place and on the cheap.
Harkins Theatres’ Best Picture Film Fest runs from from Friday, April 2 to Thursday, May 6.
Even better, tickets are at a blockbuster price — just $5 each.
Both locations in Colorado are participating — Arvada and Denver. Showtimes vary by location.
The following nominated films will be screened:
Judas and the Black Messiah – 126 min. (R)
Mank – 131 min. (R)
Minari – 115 min. (PG-13)
Nomadland – 108 min. (R)
Promising Young Woman – 113 min. (R)
Sound of Metal – 130 min. (R)
The Father – 97 min. (PG-13)
The Trial of The Chicago 7 – 129 min. (R)
Find out who takes home the big prize, when the Oscars air on ABC Sunday, April 25.
Which film do you think will win for Best Picture?