Learn more about our institutional history, our films and programs, and supporters.
2019 Annual Report
In our second year with two venues, Film Streams offered 4,848 public showtimes and 292 different film programs, welcomed a new restaurant partner to our Dundee Theater space, and hosted Paul Giamatti for our most successful Feature fundraiser yet.Read More
2018 Annual Report
In our first full year with two venues, we shattered our previous attendance record, welcomed more visiting artists than ever before, and championed the work of women filmmakers through multiple series and events.Read More
2017 Annual Report
A year that included our most successful gala yet, the 10th anniversary of our original home, the reopening of the Dundee Theater, and the red-carpet premiere of Alexander Payne’s Downsizing.Read More
2016 Annual Report
Thanks to The Sherwood
Foundation, the leadership of our
wonderful board, and terrific community support, Film Streams embraced
an extraordinary opportunity.
2015 Annual Report
Our best-attended year for repertory films since 2008, featuring series devoted to Katharine Hepburn, Robert Altman, Eric Rohmer, and Satyajit Ray.Download PDF
2014 Annual Report
Our biggest year yet for New Releases, with more than 47,500 patrons attending such movies as Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Birdman.
2013 Annual Report
Alexander Payne's NEBRASKA became our most successful film to date, and brought the benefits of its well-deserved acclaim to our state in so many ways.Download PDF
2012 Annual Report
For the third year in a row, we broke attendance records, welcoming more than 57,000 patrons for our organization’s programs.
2011 Annual Report
The year Alexander Payne's THE DESCENDANTS blew the doors off our cinema.
2010 Annual Report
We increased our audience by 20%, welcoming close to 52,000 visitors for powerful film experiences.
2009 Annual Report
The fact that we reached our fundraising goals in 2009, a difficult year for nonprofit arts organizations, is an amazing tribute both to your generosity and to our community’s passion for this unique arts venue.
2008 Annual Report
“Film Streams... has become a major cultural institution for our city.” — Omaha World-Herald