February 28 - March 5
February 28 - March 5
12:30/ 3:00/ 6:30
R/ 2 hrs/ Drama, War
April 6th, 1917. As a regiment assembles to wage war deep in enemy territory, two soldiers are assigned to race against time and deliver a message that will stop 1,600 men from walking straight into a deadly trap.
1:00/ 4:00/ 7:00
Note: February 22nd 4:00 showing only
NR/ 1 hr 30 min/ Documentary, Drama
The last female bee-hunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her land and threaten her livelihood.
There Will Be Blood
February 21st showtimes 1:00 & 6:00
February 22nd showtimes Noon & 6:00
February 23rd showtimes Noon & 6:00
R/ 2hr 38 min/ Drama
A story of family, religion, hatred, oil and madness, focusing on a turn-of-the-century prospector in the early days of the business.
In early February, Lightner Museum's Creative St. Augustine lecture series will present lectures on Henry Flagler. For the month of February and the focus on hotelier and railroad tycoon - "There Will Be Blood" ties in nicely with both the time period and railroads. Upon purchase of the film you will also receive a coupon for the Lightner Museum store (this is a 20% discount for the gift shop).
Throwback Thursday "Whoopee!"
Noon & 6:45
G/ 1 hr 33 min/ Comedy, Musical, Romance
The 1930 movie musical “Whoopee” starring comic Eddie Cantor, of rarely-seen musicals from the 1930s. Cantor recreates his Broadway performance as he makes his screen debut in this hilarious musical comedy about a hypochondriac who goes to the Wild West for his health. Aside from Cantor’s legendary performance, “Whoopee!” is notable for its delightful songs, such as “Makin’ Whoopee!” and “My Baby Just Cares for Me,” and as the film choreography debut of Busby Berkeley.
The noon showing will be preceded by a brief commentary by Professor Thomas Hischak, the author of the book “The Oxford Companion to the American Musical” and thirty other books on film, theatre, and popular music.
SAFF brings back encore films from the festival.
All-access pass holders get in free. $10 for all others
Australia-New Zealand / 2019 / 80 min / English / Doc
Saturday, February 29
Exploring themes of spirituality, wellbeing and religion, this is the inspirational journey of six strangers from New Zealand and Australia walking the 800km Camino de Santiago to overcome the personal and physical trauma that life has dealt them.