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

Tuesday Nights at the Movies’ March Lineup is Here!

This month, we’re diving into a whirlwind of stories that span decades and emotions. From the classic charm of “Hands Across the Table” to the tense drama of “Heat Lightning,” March’s films explore relationships and the wild journey they take us on. “Parole Girl” gives us a peek into redemption and fresh starts, while “Mikey and Nicky” dives deep into friendship and betrayal. And then there’s “Bread and Tulips,” a whimsical tale of self-discovery and unexpected turns. Join us as we journey through it all, uncovering the messy, beautiful truths about love, loyalty, and the quest for meaning in life.

Hands Across the Table

Tuesday, March 5, 7PM


80 minutes

Directed by Mitchell Leisen, this romantic screwball comedy stars Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray. A tale of unexpected love, “Hands Across the Table” tells the story of a manicurist and a playboy whose lives take an unexpected turn when they find themselves entwined in a delightful romantic escapade.


Mikey and Nicky

Tuesday, March 12, 7PM


106 minutes

Directed by the talented Elaine May, “Mikey and Nicky” delves into the gritty underbelly of friendship and betrayal. John Cassavetes and Peter Falk deliver powerhouse performances as the eponymous friends whose lives intertwine in the dark and dangerous world of organized crime. May’s masterful direction captures the nuances of male friendship, blending elements of crime drama with an intimate character study.


Pre-Code Double Feature

Tuesday, March 19, 7PM

Parole Girl


67 minutes

Heat Lightning


63 minutes

This Pre-Code double feature showcases two distinct and daring tales from the early 1930s. “Parole Girl” explores the challenges faced by a young woman attempting to rebuild her life after serving time, while “Heat Lightning” takes audiences on a suspenseful journey as secrets unravel at a remote desert gas station.


Bread and Tulips

Tuesday, March 26, 7PM


114 minutes

In Italian with English subtitles

Directed by Silvio Soldini, this Italian romantic comedy tells the charming story of Rosalba, a housewife who finds unexpected liberation during a family vacation. As she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, Rosalba encounters a colorful cast of characters, creating a heartwarming and humorous narrative.

Tuesday Nights at the Movies Full Schedule 
Join us this season for international romantic comedies, animated masterpieces, heart-pounding action films, indie favorites, and much, much more!
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