Uncle Oscar Stars This Weekend!

According to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, “A popular story on how our favorite golden statute got his name has been that an Academy librarian and eventual executive director, Margaret Herrick, thought it resembled her Uncle Oscar and said so; and that the Academy staff began referring to it as Oscar.” So – Uncle […]

What is an Art House Convergence?

What happens when 617 theater operators, film distributors, film festival folks and service providers get together in the mountains?  A collision of idea sharing, educational seminars, film screenings and replenishment of creativity.  It’s the Art House Convergence. The idea of the Art House Convergence (AHC) was born twelve years ago when a group of film exhibitors were […]

It’s Who You Meet Along the Way

Many great truths come from the movies.  Like this one – “It’s not where you go. It’s who you meet along the way!” from The Wizard of Oz.  We believe that there is truth in this sage statement.  Here at The Cary, we are most definitely focused on where we are going (making a great […]

Gone But Not Forgotten – a Love Story

We’re pleased to offer up a blog post from our Programming Committee member, Glen Haley. He’s been working hard to write introductions to each of our Gone But Not Forgotten series films. The Cary is proud to present a four-film series in November celebrating the work of artists who passed away in 2016. Our third […]

The Apocalypse Is Upon Us! Follow the Rules.

(Rules are from the film Zombieland and appear in no particular order)   Rule #32: Enjoy the Little Things – It’ll help you keep your sanity. We love creating cool events for you to come to more than just about anything at The Cary (well, except maybe watching movies)!  We’re at it again and happy […]

Lights, Camera, Action!

My heart is singing! It’s Senior Matinee Thursday and I’m sitting in my office listening to the audio portion of the new documentary – Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You. Not only is this a fantastic film, but it came straight out of the Sundance Film Festival 2016.  When we opened the theater in […]