Upcoming Film Fun Spring 2022

There may be other interesting things going around, but here are two I know about. Anybody want to share any others?

In Buffalo
I just learned the Buffalo Theater will be showing some of the Oscar Nominated Shorts this coming weekend. I don’t know exactly when, yet. I guess we can all just watch their website. When I learn more I’ll send an update.

https://thebuffalotheater.com

Update! Here are the show times for all three programs: Animated, Live Action and Documentary.

Fri, 7:15: Live Action, Rated R
Sat, 4:15: Animated, Rated R
Sat, 7:15: Live Action, Rated R
Sun, 4:15: Documentary, Rated R

In Sheridan
Also, the WYO Theater will be bringing the BANFF Mountain Film Festival to their screen in April. Tickets are available online right now. Adult $22; Student $12

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world! Hot on the heels of the Festival that is held every fall in beautiful Banff, Alberta, the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour hits the road. With stops planned in roughly 550 communities and more than 40 countries across the globe, the Banff World Tour celebrates amazing achievements in outdoor storytelling and filmmaking worldwide!

Oscar Nominations Announced

Can you believe it! They did it again! They nominated a bunch of titles and actors and filmmakers for recognition by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences!

Here’s the Press Release that contains the full list.

Licorice Pizza

As you may or may not know, the Buffalo Theater has reopened under new ownership. The new owners are interested in showing some of the sorts of films Bennett Street Films likes. Since our mission and purpose includes showing movies “that otherwise wouldn’t play in North East Wyoming”, we decided we can maybe help get the word out on the more independent or “smaller” films they book for during their regular hours.

We think we’ll be able to do some other events as well. Stay tuned. More Movies Please!

Illustration of woman holiding a small boy or man in her palm. words licorice pizza near her head.This coming weekend is a perfect example: Licorice Pizza

You can find information and movie times for it on the Theater’s Website.

Maybe we’ll see you there?

Charlie vs Goliath

Tickets Available at the Door


This year Bennett Street Films is revisiting our collaboration with the Cowboy Carousel Center (CCC).

Our presentation of CHARLIE VS GOLIATH will take place on Friday, February 16th, 2018 at 1:00 PM and Saturday February 17th, 2018 at 7:00 PM. The film will show in the micro-theater inside the CCC.

Online Ticket Purchase

Online ticket reservations are currently closed. Please purchase tickets at the door.

(Un)Ratings

This film is not yet rated.

2018 Oscar Nominated Shorts Programs

Tickets Available at the Door

This year Bennett Street Films is revisiting our collaboration with the Cowboy Carousel Center (CCC).

Our presentation of the 2018 Oscar Nominated Shorts will take place on Friday, February 16th, 2018 and Saturday February 17th, 2018. The films will show in the micro-theater inside the CCC. Live Action will run Friday evening at 7PM and Saturday afternoon at 4PM. The Animated set will run Friday at 4PM in the afternoon and Saturday at 2PM in the afternoon.

Online Ticket Reservation

Tickets can be purchased at the door. Online reservations are currently closed.

(Un)Ratings

Though the Oscar Shorts are unrated, some of you have asked for basic ratings guidelines for the programs:
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February Program

We’re booking the Oscar Nominated shorts again this year and also working to get another title, a Wyoming-related documentary, booked. We’ll see what happens.

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Max & Leon

Max & Leon (Comedy, French, 98 Minutes)
April 15, 2017
Saturday 4pm and 7pm

Max & Leon is the first feature film from the stars of the French TV sensation The Palmashow: the creation of stand-up comedians Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais.
In this epic WW2 comedy—in the vein of La Grande Vadrouille (which was for 40 years the most popular French film in the history of France)—our two heroes, Max and Léon, will try by all means possible to avoid going into battle… which leads the duo into a series of demented and wild adventures.
This over-the-top but good-natured parody is filled with truculent puns, unusual details and a strong desire to laugh at everything and never apologize for it.