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Ground­hog Day/Top Gun Septem­ber 3 · Vet­er­ans Park

Sa­vor the last gasp of sum­mer at this out­door screen­ing of the two clas­sic films. Then set­tle in for a win­ter hi­ber­na­tion, à la Punx­sutawney Phil.

David Gil­mour: Live at Pom­peii Septem­ber 13 · Ori­en­tal

This con­cert flick about

Pink Floyd’s leg­endary gui­tarist and singer screens in the­aters around the world for one night only. The Ori­en­tal is the only Mil­wau­kee theatre slated to show the film.

Royal Shake­speare Com­pany: Ti­tus An­dron­i­cus Septem­ber 26 · Downer

Live from Strat­ford-upon-Avon, the most vi­o­lent of the Bard's plays still elic­its gasps from au­di­ences around the world.

Mil­wau­kee Bike-In: E.T. Oc­to­ber 20 · Swing Park

For nine years, Mil­wau­kee Bike-In has set up a pro­jec­tor at the swing park be­neath the Holton Street Bridge and of­fered free out­door screen­ings in the warmer months. The 2017 sea­son ends, ap­pro­pri­ately, with a movie that in­cludes one of the best bi­cy­cle chases in cin­e­matic his­tory.

Mil­wau­kee LGBT Film/Video Fes­ti­val Novem­ber 2-12 · UWM

For 32 years, the univer­sity has been pre­sent­ing an an­nual LGBT Film/Video Fes­ti­val, an event that spreads aware­ness of LGBT is­sues and cham­pi­ons the work of in­die film­mak­ers.

Guess Who’s Com­ing to Din­ner De­cem­ber 10 · Mar­cus BistroPlex

The Bistroplex part­ners with Turner Clas­sic Movies and Sony Pic­tures to bring one of Sid­ney Poitier’s most en­dur­ing per­for­mances to a new gen­er­a­tion of au­di­ences. The film opens with an in­tro­duc­tion from a TCM host.

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