In 2020, the big screen was blank, the seats empty, and the popcorn machine barren. It was not a good year for movie theaters. But while The Little was closed for 14 months, the movies themselves were still riveting, beautiful, and just downright excellent. These films deserve to be watched on the glorious big screen, and at The Little, we’re going to make that happen.
The Little’s “The Lost Year: The Movies We Missed in 2020” series will showcase the hits, hidden gems, and award winners of 2020 in the way they were meant to be watched — in a movie theater (and paired with all the Little Popcorn you can carry).
Browse the film lineup below. Tickets will go on sale in the weeks leading up to each film’s screening dates.
Saturday, August 14 • 8pm
Thursday, August 19 • 7:30pm
Stuck in a time loop, two wedding guests develop a budding romance while living the same day over and over again.
Starring Cristin Milioti (Fargo, The Mindy Project) and Andy Samberg (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping), this Lonely Island Classics comedy “brilliantly reinvents the ‘Groundhog Day’ formula” (David Ehrlich, Indiewire).
SEPTEMBER 24 + 30: MLK/FBI
OCTOBER 15 + 21: SPONTANEOUS
NOVEMBER 20 + 21: WOLFWALKERS
DECEMBER 10 + 16: SAINT FRANCES
JULY 16 + 19: FIRST COW