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Open Captions showtimes TBD.

Alaska’s only art-house theater.

Located on the unceded territory of the L’eedini Áakʼw Ḵwáan, also known as Juneau, Alaska, the Gold Town Theater features new and classic independent, foreign, and documentary films on digital and 35MM film in our single-screen theater on Shattuck Way. Our drive-in location shows classic Hollywood fare. 

The Criterion Collection mini-doc on our theater. Read the feature at Criterion’s online zine, Current.

Now Playing & Coming Soon

See the showtimes calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Now Playing

    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Fri, May 24 7:00pm9:00pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

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    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sat, May 25 4:30pm6:30pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sat, May 25 7:00pm9:00pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sun, May 26 4:30pm6:30pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sun, May 26 7:00pm9:00pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Fri, May 31 8:30pm10:30pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sat, June 1 7:00pm9:00pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sun, June 2 4:30pm6:30pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details
    • EVIL DOES NOT EXIST Sun, June 2 7:00pm9:00pm

      In the rural alpine hamlet of Mizubiki, not far from Tokyo, Takumi and his daughter, Hana, lead a modest life gathering water, wood, and wild wasabi for the local udon restaurant. Increasingly, the townsfolk become aware of a talent agency’s plan to build an opulent glamping site nearby, offering city residents a comfortable “escape” to the snowy wilderness. When two company representatives arrive and ask for local guidance, Takumi becomes conflicted in his involvement, as it becomes clear that the project will have a pernicious impact on the community. As sinister gunshots echo from the forest, both the locals and representatives confront their life choices and the haunting consequences they have.

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow up to his Academy Award®-winning DRIVE MY CAR is a foreboding fable on humanity's mysterious, mystical relationship with nature

      Ryusuke Hamaguchi, the master filmmaker behind four-time (including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay) Academy Award nominee DRIVE MY CAR returns with…

      EVIL DOES NOT EXIST

      See more details

Coming Soon

    • Dirty Cello Klezmer live in concert Thu, June 13 7:00pm8:30pm

      From Iceland to Italy, and all over the U.S., San Francisco based band Dirty Cello brings the world a high energy and unique spin on blues, rock, and Americana. Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you’ve never heard before. From down home blues and rock with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin’ Americana, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!

      “Dirty Cello’s music is all over the map: funky, carnival, romantic, sexy, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical.” Oakland Magazine

      “The group seamlessly careens from blues to bluegrass and rock in a way that really shouldn’t make sense but somehow does.” LA Times

      “The ensemble plays a range of eclectic tunes in ways you won’t hear anyone else dare to attempt.”  – Argus Courier

      “Anyone who’s been in an audience when the San Francisco Bay Area Dirty Cello takes the stage knows that something unique happens whenever cellist Rebecca Roudman and ensemble come face to face with living, breathing (and whooping and shouting) fans.”

      – Strings Magazine

      “Dirty Cello have been hard to describe, apart from saying that a cello (played in ways you won’t quite believe) is involved, and the range of music takes the word eclectic and supercharges it to meltdown levels of energy and invention.” – Argus Courier

      DIRTY CELLO SHORT BIO:   Dirty Cello – cello like you’ve never heard before! Combine the virtuosic wail of Jimi Hendrix, the soul of BB King, and the fire of Bill Monroe, and add a whole lot of cello, and you get the Dirty Cello band.

      Dirty Cello performs all over the world, from Iceland to Israel, from Scottish castles to underground caves presenting an energetic and wild show that’s been described as,

      “Dirty Cello’s music is all over the map: funky, carnival, romantic, sexy, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical.”  Oakland Magazine.

      YOUTUBES:

      I May Not Be Perfect

      It Ain’t Right

      For what It’s Worth

      SOCIAL MEDIA:

      facebook.com/dirtycellomusic

      instagram.com/dirtycello

      twitter.com/dirtycello

      Dirtycello.com

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    • Sat, May 25 9:00pm11:00pm

    • Sun, July 14 2:00pm4:00pm

    • Sun, August 11 2:00pm4:00pm

  • Upcoming Open Captions showtimes TBD.

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