If you’re looking for a cool place to escape the hot El Paso temperatures this weekend, consider taking in a movie at the International Museum of Art.

Not only is the movie free to see, so is admission to the museum itself. The movies are carefully curated family favorites and timeless classics 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 shown every Saturday afternoon in June, hosted by life long film fan, historian and collector Jay Duncan in association with Sunset Film Society. Movies start at 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.

20th Century Fox

June 11, 2016 – Big

Starring: Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins, Robert Loggia
Directed by: Penny Marshall

A 12-year-old boy makes a wish and it is granted...and wakes up as a 30-year-old man.

Touchstone Pictures

June 18, 2016 – Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Starring: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd and featuring the voice of Kathleen Turner
Directed by: Richard Zemeckis

Set in a Film Noir-ish world where people and cartoon characters co-exist, private detective Eddie Valiant is engaged to prove the innocence of Roger Rabbit of murder.

Cinema V

June 26, 2016 – The Endless Summer

Starring: Mike Hynson, Robert August
Directed and Narrated by: Bruce Brown

Documentary filmmaker Bruce Brown follows surfers Michael Hynson and Robert August on an around-the-world surfing adventure in a search of the “the perfect wave.”