Though our theaters are temporarily closed, we are now offering daily opportunities for private screenings in a safe and controlled environment for small groups. We’re pleased to offer pricing significantly lower than our usual rental rates to accommodate theatrical experiences during this unusual time.
Please note we are limiting group sizes for all rooms to facilitate small gatherings only. Rentals will be available Mon-Sun from noon to 10pm.
*Essential workers receive our Member rates
Film Streams reserves the right to refuse any rental engagement that presents safety or security concerns, or is inconsistent with our mission.
Health & Safety
Learn more about how we’re maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all private screenings, and how you can help.
Please fill out our Private Screening Inquiry Form and a Film Streams staffer will be in touch with details and date availability.
If you have questions about a screening date you have booked, please email JoAnna@FilmStreams.org.
Wondering what to watch?
Check out our Film Streams @Home selections for private screening ideas (additional booking fee applies), or these great new titles deserving of the big screen:
The latest from Miranda July (Me and You and Everyone We Know) stars Evan Rachel Wood as an odd loner groomed by her con artists parents.
The Way I See It
A documentary on White House photographer Pete Souza, who came to fame with a bestselling book about his time capturing the Obama administration.
Her past accomplishments all but forgotten, paleontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winlset) works alone selling common fossils to tourists. Her life begins to change when a visitor hires her to care for his wife (Saoirse Ronan).
A fantastic animated adventure steeped in Irish folklore and visual art from the filmmaker behind The Secret of Kells.
Sound of Metal
A heavy-metal drummer's life is thrown into freefall when he begins to lose his hearing.
One Night in Miami
Regina King directs a film that imagines a night in 1964 when Cassius Clay joins Jim Brown, Sam Cooke, and Malcom X, and they discuss the responsibility of being successful black men during the civil rights movement.
Rather see your favorite movie from film history past? Let us know and we can arrange your film of choice, fee-free. And if you don't have a specific film in mind, we're full of suggestions!