The Virtual Little is now open. Click the title to view your film. Prices vary.
We're fortunate to have such a dedicated, passionate, and smart film community here in the Little Theatre District. Thank you for your support during this unprecedented and unpredictable time - it's truly appreciated. While at the moment you cannot come to us, we'd like to bring The Little experience to you.
Here's the lineup of films to stream:
The Roads Not Taken
Sally Potter's film follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning), as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leading Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future.
A romantic-comedy, with ghosts. This Anomaly Film Festival favorite is silly in all the best ways. Bonus points for all the horror goo (oh, you'll find out what that means).
Slay The Dragon
Our March One Take Documentary about gerrymandering returns in virtual style.
“If the Coen Brothers were Romanian, they might have made ‘THE WHISTLERS’.” — A.O. Scott, The New York Times
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band
"TRIUMPHANT. Robertson deeply dissects The Band's magic and dysfunction." Rolling Stone
A nanny (writer/star Kelly O'Sullivan) finds an unlikely friendship with the six-year old she's charged with protecting. This charmer from Oscilloscope was in Indiewire's "The Best Movies of 2020 So Far" list (Bacurau is on there too).
FREE bonus rental: You'll be emailed a free rental of the fantastic cats in Istanbul documentary Kedi with your Saint Frances purchase. The total price is $10 (available for three days after purchase)
And Then We Danced (available through April 9)
A passionate tale of love and liberation set in the conservative confines of modern Georgian society. This romantic story screened briefly before our temporary closure, so you may have missed it. It's back in digital form!
Past Virtual Films:
I'm proud to say The Little has been at the forefront of digital innovation the past few weeks. We even got a mention in this New York Times article about these virtual movie initiatives.
Mega bonus content: You can subscribe to The Little's YouTube channel (with original content such as our Little Chaplin series) here.