Fill your days-or evenings- at home with FILM! Gold Coast Cinema Series is proud to present online film premieres, selections of film recommendations, short films, and a look back at our past festival favorites!
UPCOMING VIRTUAL SCREENINGS
Every Sunday we will be sending you an email with a fantastic selection of short films from our past festivals that you can view right from home!
Each week’s offering will be on a different theme and will be curated by Gold Coast’s Short Film Curator, Alexandra Gil. Check back here to see more Shorts programming posted here each Sunday.
- Sunday, March 22, 2020: GCIFF Audience Award Winning Shorts
- Sunday, March 29, 2020: Family Friendly Shorts
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIES
Missing coming to the movies with us at the Squire? Watch with us at home! Every Wednesday we will announce a different themed movie night and will send you a list of our movie recommendations, along with a synopsis from our film team.
We will guide you to the sites where you can stream your movies either for free or on existing platforms such as Netflix or Amazon, or Hulu (where right now you can sign up for a 30 day free trial!)
- Wednesday, March 25, 2020: “If Your Family is Starting to Drive You Crazy”, GCIFF programmer Rodney Uhler
- Wednesday, April 1, 2020: “If You’re Ready For a Road Trip”, GCIFF Film Team
"LIFE & LARRY BROWN" ONLINE WORLD PREMIERE
Past Films Streaming on Hulu
Hulu offers several films that we have screened in the past. Hulu is a paid subscription service that offers one month free when you first sign up! We hope you enjoy these films as much as we have.
Past Films Streaming on Netflix
ONLINE FILM SEMINARS
The Belcourt Theatre is offering Online Anatomy of Cinema: How Movies Move Us, a four part film seminar from March 24 – April 14. The program will offer four sessions, from 7-8pm, on successive Tuesdays, Mar 24 through Apr 14. Sessions will cover Mise-en-scène, Cinematography, Editing, and Acting in Cinema. Vanderbilt faculty members in cinema and media arts will lead interactive discussions on film technique and the aesthetic experience of the moving image.