WE ARE NOW OPEN AT FULL CAPACITY

unless otherwise specified per movie event listing. To comply with the recent state mandate, masks over mouth & nose will be required upon entry regardless of one’s vaccination status until further notice. Thank you for your continued patience, understanding & cooperation.

Keif and the Guild Cinema staff

As always, your donations help to keep us afloat and are welcome and very much appreciated.

Now Playing

DATING & NEW YORK

Sep 14 to Sep 16
Tuesday thru Thursday 6pm ONLY!

Dir. Jonah Feingold - 2021 - 92m - NO MATINEES

ALSO PLAYING NEXT MIDWEEK SEPTEMBER 21 THRU 23 AT SAME SHOW TIME!

After an electric one-night stand, two dating-app-matched New York millennials draw up a “Best Friends with Benefits” contract to avoid the pitfalls of their past relationships – what could possibly go wrong?

“A postmodern rom-com that blatantly snatches from iconic influences to deliver an irreverent commentary on the genre and modern romance.” - The Playlist

"A sweet musical theater framing, charming location sketches, and amusing New York City touches." - Nora Lee Mandel, Maven's Nest

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THE YEAR OF THE EVERLASTING STORM

Sep 14 to Sep 16
Tuesday thru Thursday 3:15, 8pm

Dir. Jafar Panahi, Anthony Chen, Malik Vitthal & others - 2021 - 121m

PLAYING NEXT MIDWEEK SEPTEMBER 21 TO 23 AT THE SAME SHOWTIMES!

Featuring seven stories from seven auteurs (Jafar Panâhi, Anthony Chen, Malik Vitthal, Laura Poitras, Dominga Sotomayor, David Lowery & Apichatpong Weerasethakul!) from around the world, the film chronicles this unprecedented moment in time of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and is a true love letter to the power of cinema and its storytellers.

"The pieces range from humorous asides under the undignified conditions of lockdown to revelatory experiments." - Max Maller, Chicago Reader

"Like the rest of "The Year of the Everlasting Storm," it's art coming to terms with the times we're living through, dark and strange and fully human." - Steve Pond, The Wrap

"Here we have seven escape routes, each one reconnecting us to a world inevitably transformed by the pandemic - a world where art lives on." - Peter Debruge, Variety

"An anthology film centering on the pandemic by seven acclaimed directors--the result through their sharp lens is enlightening and engaging." - Sarah Knight Adamson, Sarah's Backstage Pass

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