Virtual Screening Room
We've partnered with several distributors to bring some of the great programming we are known for directly to your homes! Your rental of any of these films helps support the Gables Cinema during these difficult times.
For information on how to stream the films, please click here.
Regina Casé shines in a brilliant comedy about gross class disparity and the infinite resourcefulness of those who can never take anything for granted. Virtual Release
Gianni Di Gregorio, Italy’s laconic answer to Larry David, wrote and directed this humanist comedy about three retires seeking a better life away from Rome. Virtual Release
Oliver Laxe's third feature is a quietly explosive drama set in his ancestral home of Galicia. Virtual Release
A revelatory documentary by William Greaves that celebrates the diversity of black voices at the 1972 National Black Political Convention. Virtual Release
A double bill from Federico Fellini and Chris Marker. Virtual Release
Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro’s Divine Love (Divino Amor) world premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim and intense audience reactions. This erotically charged sci-fi film is sure to surprise, provoke, and excite. Virtual Release
Through the stories, joys, and hardships of a cast as diverse as New York City itself, Born to Be addresses the nuances and complexities of gender, exploring key issues around the human right to define gender for oneself. Virtual Release
A potent Israeli debut about a woman who must challenge her expectations when her son - destined to be a musical prodigy - is born deaf. Virtual Release
An uplifting, joyful and inspiring exploration of trumpeter Herb Alpert's personal and creative journey. Virtual Release
A joyful look at how Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign got a much-needed boost from his famous musician friends. Virtual Release
A new 4K restoration of Federico Fellini's poetic fable of love and cruelty. Virtual Release
Years after her son's disappearance, Elena runs into a teenager who bears a striking resemblance to the lost youth - and begins a relationship sowed with chaos and distrust.
Winner of top prizes at Venice and Toronto, Martin Eden is a passionate and enthralling narrative fresco in the tradition of the great Italian classics. Virtual Release