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Rated: PG

Length: 99 minutes

Saturday - 06/23 2:15 4:30 7:15
Sunday - 06/24 2:15 4:30 7:15
Monday - 06/25 7:00
Wednesday - 06/27 7:15
Thursday - 06/28 7:15
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Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

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Pope Francis embarks on a personal journey to present his work of reform and answer today’s global questions — from his deep concern for the poor and wealth inequality to his involvement in environmental issues, social justice and calls for peace.

Whether he’s washing the feet of prisoners in America, visiting sick children in Africa, or praying with hurricane victims in Asia, Pope Francis doesn’t merely preach empathy, responsibility, and accountability, he lives it.

Chris Nashawaty
Entertainment Weekly

Rated: PG-13

Length: 101 minutes

Friday - 06/22 7:00
Saturday - 06/23 2:00 4:15 7:00
Sunday - 06/24 2:00 4:15 7:00
Tuesday - 06/26 7:00
Wednesday - 06/27 7:00
Thursday - 06/28 7:00
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The Seagull

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One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life. Adapted by Tony-winning playwright Stephen Karam (“The Humans”) from Anton Chekhov’s classic play and directed by Tony-winner Michael Mayer (“Spring Awakening”), THE SEAGULL explores, with comedy and melancholy, the obsessive nature of love, the tangled relationships between parents and children, and the transcendent value and psychic toll of art.

Bening and Stoll, in particular, find all the wit, vanity, vulnerability and casual cruelty there is to be found here.

Rated: PG-13

Length: 97 minutes

Friday - 06/29 Opens!
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Won’t You Be My Neighbor

Opens Friday, June 29th!

Filmmaker Morgan Neville examines the life and legacy of Fred Rogers, the beloved host of the popular children’s TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”

On paper, all that low-key positivity ought to be tricky material for a documentary filmmaker. But watching “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” was a profoundly emotional experience.

Rated: R

Length: 115 minutes

Friday - 06/29 Opens!
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First Reformed

Opens Friday, June 29th!

A pastor of a small church in upstate New York spirals out of control after a soul-shaking encounter with an unstable environmental activist and his pregnant wife.

“First Reformed” is a miracle in its own regard, the rare type of film that leaves us with questions left to answer and for many, a desire to dig into it deeper through a second viewing.

Rated: R

Length: 102 minutes

Friday - 07/06 Opens!
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Andy Irons: Kissed By God

Opens Friday, July 6th!

A film about bipolar disorder and opioid addiction as seen through the life of three-time world champion surfer Andy Irons. Andy struggled with the same demons that millions of people worldwide battle with daily. Andy was an incredible presence on the world stage as the “People’s Champion.” He was the pride of Hawaii and revered around the world for his blue collar rise to fame and success. However, many were unaware of his internal battles that led to his demise. As the opioid crisis rises to a national emergency in the United States, the untold story of Andy’s life serves to tear down the myths associated with these two ferocious diseases.

Awe-inspiring and emotional, “Andy Irons: Kissed by God” ably strikes a balance between a standard sports doc and a biography of a man whose internal battles were as challenging as his competition.

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Films

The Myrna Loy Center began as the Helena Film Society in 1976 to provide alternative cinema to a small city far from major urban centers. Located on the second floor of a historic office building in downtown Helena, Second Story Cinema soon became home to various community arts projects, including theatre, poetry, satirical revues, multimedia, and musical events.