The Lovers (And Other Strangers)

Is it truly cheating if the one you're cheating with is the one you've been cheating on?
Opens Friday, May 26 at The Flicks

The Norman Conquests

Richard Gere is Norman Oppenheimer, a bit of a schlub, a fixer and ultimately a major political player.
Now playing at The Flicks

Keeping Their Guard Up

With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, atop the box office, Marvel still rules the universe
Now playing at Edwards Boise Stadium 21 and Edwards Boise Downtown

World Village Fest Kickoff Party and Film Screening

Ming Studios plays host for a silent auction, food from Bombay Grill and Kibrom's Ethiopian and Eritrean Restaurant, and a screening of percussionist Arthur Lipner's Talking Sticks

A Quiet Passion: Poetry in Motion

Cynthia Nixon shines in 2017's best film performance, to date.
Now playing at The Flicks

St. Luke's ER Physician Journeys from Boise to The Black Zone

"It's really something that this movie, which has been showcased at film festivals around the country, is now coming to my home."
Thursday, May 4th at The Flicks

The Lost City of Z Reclaims the Age of Exploration

Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by David Grann, the film seems like a cross between an Indiana Jones movie and a Joseph Conrad novel—one where the world seems full of possibilities, rather than limitations.

Their Finest: Over There

Their Finest is a charming, sophisticated, film within a film
Now playing at The Flicks

Boise's Most Unique Double Bill, Behind Bars

From Watergate to Jake and Elwood's mission from God.
All the President's Men and The Blues Brothers will both screen at the old Idaho Penitentiary.

A River Runs Through The Flicks, Too

How Robert Redford and his classic film forever changed the iconic Boise movie theater
"Lines were around the block. But the really great news came on the Monday after the opening weekend."

Prequels, Sequels, Reboots and Record Breakers

Horror fans find plenty to pick from in 2017

Coming Attractions

Something new from Ken Burns, a new IdahoPTV series and the possibility of a return to Downton Abbey
There are a few developments IdahoPTV General Manager Ron Pisaneschi is happy to share.

'Rogue One' Director Gareth Edwards Explains That Darth Vader Scene

There's more to the scene than Vader gleefully returning to form after his embarrassing Frankenstein-esque first steps at the end of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

Twice-Told Tales

Analysts guess Beauty and the Beast might enter the uber-exclusive $1 billion club, usually reserved for avatars or stories from a galaxy far, far away.
The beautiful and beastly success of Disney remakes

Lunafest: Films By, About and For Women

Presented by Soroptimist International of Boise, Lunafest will screen at The Flicks Saturday, April 1

How a Muslim Lawyer and Critic of Homeland Became a Consultant for the Show

"To their credit they were very open to hearing a critical — a very critical — perspective from me.”

Get Out, With Genre-Bending Critique of Racism, Takes Cues From Thrillers About Sexism

“For my money, they both depend on a certain amount of groundedness, a certain amount of reality. Something is only going to be as funny as it is applied to reality or true emotion."

Sun Valley Film Festival: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

SVFF 2017 ascends new heights, sets sights even higher

At Sun Valley Film Festival, Vision Honoree Geena Davis Calls Out Industry on Gender Equity

"The very next movie somebody makes can be gender-balanced. The very next TV show someone creates, especially for little kids, can be gender balanced. If they see it, they can be it."

Sun Valley Film Festival: Allison Williams Talks With BW About Get Out

"It's my first feature film. Can you believe it? And to see the movie triggering so many conversations... well, it couldn't get much better."

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