If you’re looking for a cheap kickback on a Saturday afternoon, consider taking in a movie at the International Museum of Art.

Not only is the flick free to see, admission to the museum is free as well. The movies, all carefully curated family favorites and timeless classics, are screened in the beautiful 168 seat auditorium inside the historic Henry Trost building the International Museum of Art calls home.

Each screening is hosted by life long film fan, historian and collector Jay Duncan in association with Sunset Film Society. The International Museum of Art is located at 1211 Montana in the Turney Mansion.

April 8, 2017 – The Bucket List – 2 p.m.

Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman play 70-year-old men diagnosed with a terminal illness who attempt to do the things they've always wanted to do before they "kick the bucket".

April 15, 2017 – Harvey – 2 p.m.

1950 James Stewart classic.

April 22, 2017 – Lost in America – 2 p.m.

1985 comedy directed by and starring Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty as a married couple who decide to quit their jobs and travel across America.

April 29, 2017 – Serpico – 2 p.m.

Al Pacino plays Frank Serpico in the 1973 crime drama about the real-life NYPD officer who gets shunned by fellow officers over his refusal to take bribes.