Woodmere Art Museum and Chestnut Hill Film Group Present Tuesday Nights at the Movies

Tuesday Nights at the Movies’ April Lineup is Here!

This month, we’ve got films by some of the most iconic directors in the business, all known for their strong artistic visions and unique storytelling. Whether it’s Robert Altman’s innovative use of ensemble casts, Hayao Miyazaki’s breathtaking animation and imaginative worlds, Paul Mazursky’s incisive exploration of the human experience, Rian Johnson’s subversion of genre expectations, or John Woo’s groundbreaking action sequences, these risk-taking directors bring their distinct perspectives to their films. While April’s movies are as diverse as their genres suggest (neo-noir, drama, and anime), they all explore personal transformation. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions and even a little soul-searching, so join us for the ride.

The Long Goodbye

Tuesday, April 2, 7PM


112 minutes

Directed by the innovative Robert Altman, “The Long Goodbye” is a neo-noir mystery that thrusts Raymond Chandler’s iconic detective Philip Marlowe into the turbulent 1970s sun-soaked Los Angeles. Elliott Gould takes on the role of Marlowe, a wisecracking and anachronistic detective navigating a world of shifting morals and elusive truths.