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.

There's going to be a free movie every Saturday afternoon in September, hosted by life long film fan, historian and collector Jay Duncan in association with Sunset Film Society. Showtime is approximately 2:00 p.m. Theater popcorn, drinks, candy and snacks will be available for purchase.

The International Museum of Art, which located at 1211 Montana in the Turney Mansion, features artwork by local and national artists, as well as exhibits and artifacts from Africa and Asia.


September 3, 2016 – Gabriel Over the White House

A "lost" treasure from 1933 that has been described as a "bizarre political fantasy".


September 10, 2016 – The Boy with Green Hair

A thought provoking post-World War II plea for peace, tolerance and understanding as a war orphan's hair turns green overnight.


September 17, 2016 – The Day the Earth Stood Still

Regarded as one of greatest Science Fiction films of all time, this classic has become a hallmark of the best of the genre as well as a wry commentary on the political climate of the '50s.


September 24, 2016 - On the Beach

Based on the 1957 best-selling novel of the same name, depicting a nuclear war and its aftermath. Starring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire, and Anthony Perkins.