The Ross Online Streaming
Past Dates & Times
- Fri, May 8, 2020 - Sun, May 31, 2020
Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
313 N. 13th St.
Although The Ross remains temporarily closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are still offering high quality movies, not on our screens but streaming from links posted on our website. We now have twelve feature length movies, and a compilation from the Cat Video Festival streaming, with more to come, plus productions of the Met Opera and the London National Theatre. The movies are all current releases, ones of all genres, and ones from all around the world. Please view the list below of our offerings and visit www.theross.org to rent those movies. Rental fees for on-demand streaming of these movies will be shared with The Ross by their distributors who are offering them to support independent cinemas around the country. Consequently, our patrons can still support The Ross, even though it is closed, by staying home and watching these streaming movies. Sorry, but you’ll have to supply your own popcorn. See you at the movies!
Opening May 8:
LIBERTÉ (France) directed by Albert Serra. Madame de Dumeval, the Duke de Tesis and the Duke de Wand, libertines expelled from the court of Louis XVI, seek the support of the Duc de Walchen, German seducer and freethinker, lonely in a country where hypocrisy and false virtue reign. Note: This movie’s content may offend some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
Opening May 15:
ALICE (United Kingdom, Australia, France) directed by Josephine Mackerras. After discovering that her husband's addiction to escorts has left their family penniless, Alice finds herself drawn into the world of high-end prostitution as a means of caring for herself and her child.
JOSÉ (Guatemala, United States) directed by Li Cheng. A 19-year-old’s life in Guatemala City is routine and aimless, until he finds passion, pain, and self-reflection through a relationship with a Caribbean migrant.
Opening May 22:
DIANA KENNEDY: NOTHING FANCY (United States, Mexico) directed by Elizabeth Carroll. Cookbook author and environmental activist Diana Kennedy reflects on an unconventional life spent mastering Mexican cuisine.