NOW SHOWING – FERRARI (in 4K ultra-high definition – Friday, February 9 – Thursday, January 15) – see below –


Rated R
2 hours 10 minutes
biography / drama / history
click on poster for trailer

* in 4K ultra-high definition at this theatre *

Friday, February 9 – 4:00 pm & 7:15 pm /

Saturday, February 10 – 4:00 pm & 7:15 pm /

Monday, February 12 – 4:00 pm & 7:15 pm /

Thursday, February 15 – 7:15 pm /

In the summer of 1957, ex-race car driver, Enzo Ferrari (Adam Driver), is in crisis. Bankruptcy stalks the company he and his wife, Laura (Penélope Cruz), built from nothing 10 years earlier.  Their tempestuous marriage struggles with the mourning for one son and the acknowledgment of another.  He decides to counter his losses by rolling the dice on one race – 1,000 miles across Italy, the iconic Mille Miglia.

Starring:  Adam Driver, Shailene Woodley, Giuseppe Festinese, Alessandro Cremona, Derek Hill, Leonardo Caimi, Penélope Cruz, Gabriel Leone, Michele Savoia, Jacopo Bruno, Domenico Fortunato, Damiano Neviani, Giuseppe Bonifati, Franca Abategiovanni, Marino Franchitti, Valentina Bellè, Luciano Miele, Daniela Piperno

“Mann [director] shoots this lunatic race from every conceivable angle — with cameras in and out of cars, bearing down on drivers’ faces, agitatedly hovering midair — creating an immersive, visceral intimacy that, as engines whine and thunderously roar, you feel in your bones.”  (Manohla Dargis, The New York Times)

“Ferrari emerges as that rarest of films: the complex, complicated biopic.  Like his subject, Mann [director] appreciates beauty and power while never forgetting that beauty can wither and power can destroy; within that matrix of messy contradictions, he creates haunting drama.”  (Alonso Duralde, The Film Verdict)

“From the gorgeous cinematography by Erik Messerschmidt, the mesmerizing Daniel Pemberton score, a towering performance by Cruz, and Martin’s screenplay that reflects as much on Enzo’s insular battles as well as his public ones in equal measure, Ferrari is one of Mann’s best film in years.”  (Ross Bonaime, Collider)


Nominated for 1 BAFTA Award, Ferrari has 4 wins and 36 nominations in total for excellence.