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Katherine Parr, the sixth wife of King Henry VIII, is named regent while the tyrant battles abroad. When the king returns, increasingly ill and paranoid, Katherine finds herself fighting for her own survival. (R, 121 min.) Open caption screening on 7/2 @ 4:00p


Monday, July 1, 2024

4:30 PM 7:00 PM

Tuesday, July 2, 2024

4:00 PM

Saturday, July 6, 2024

3:00 PM

Monday, July 8, 2024

4:30 PM

Thursday, July 11, 2024

5:30 PM

Based on the bestselling historical novel Queen’s Gambit by Elizabeth Fremantle, Firebrand follows legendary Queen of England, Catherine Parr (Alicia Vikander), and her quest to survive the perilous last months in the life of her ailing and abusive husband, Henry VIII (Jude law). It’s in blood-soaked Tudor England that the twice married, accomplished and educated Parr reluctantly agrees to become the sixth wife of tyrannical King Henry VIII. Her consent to marry him carries great personal risk, given her predecessors are either vanquished, beheaded, or dead. The cast also includes Eddie Marsan, Sam Riley, Simon Russell Beale and Erin Doherty. [Roadside Attractions]

Starring: Alicia Vikander, Jude Law, Eddie Marsan, Simon Russell Beale, Sam Riley, Erin Doherty
Director: Karim Aïnouz
Genre(s): Drama, History

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"Splendidly visceral revisionist history."

— Peter Howell, Toronto Star

"A fitting portrait of a woman the film presents as ahead of her time."

— Murtada Elfadl, AV Club

"Alicia Vikander and Jude Law anchor this handsome exercise in historical fiction."

— Brian Lowry,

"Aïnouz, one of Brazil’s most interesting directors, supplies lashings of Vermeer in this English-language debut."

— Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph (UK)

"A taut historical thriller, bathed in muted, Rembrant-esque lighting and filled with viperish conspiracies and courtly colour."

— Philip De Semlyen, Time Out

"Jude Law immediately joins the upper ranks of the great screen Henry VIIIs with an incendiary, movie-defining performance."

— Kevin Maher, Times (UK)

"Rescues an inspiring woman from history's footnotes. The threat posed by women who think for themselves to the absolute power of men is a central theme in this starch-free tale of Tudor intrigue, its protofeminist perspective seamlessly woven into the narrative fabric without a hint of the didactic."

— David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter