Bryn Mawr 2021-22

Talk Cinema Bryn Mawr
at Bryn Mawr Film Institute
824 Lancaster Avenue Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Bryn Mawr Theater Hotline: 610-527-9898

Bryn Mawr 2021-22 Season Schedule
9 select Sundays at 10 a.m. doors open at 9:30 a.m.
Get your tickets and reserve your seats here!

Sep 19, 2021 - here is a hint about what's in store!
Oct 24, 2021
Nov 21, 2021
Dec 12, 2021
Jan 16, 2022
Feb 20, 2022
Mar 20, 2022
Apr 10, 2022
May 15, 2022

Philadelphia and Bryn Mawr 2019-20 season subscribers are offered complimentary admission to any of 2 screenings taking place at BMFI during the 2021-22 season to make up for the missed screenings in April and May of 2020.

BMFI is requiring patrons attending screenings on Sundays to show proof of vaccination along with ID.  They have also moved to a reserved seating system in order to space patrons apart.  Talk Cinema 2019-20 season subscribers who missed the last 2 shows of the season due to pandemic will be provided a code to use online that allows you to reserve your seat free of charge.

Ticket Prices:
$18 general admission per screening for BMFI members
$20 general admission per screening for non members
$10 full time student
Get your tickets and reserve your seats here!


In our 2019-20 season, our Talk Cinema audience was among the first to see these great films:
Pain + Glory by Pedro Almodovar
Waves by Trey Shults
Little Joe by Jessica Hausner
Clemency by Chinonye Chukwu
And Then We Danced by Levan Akin
Portrait of a Lady on Fire by Celine Sciamma
The Truth by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Apr 5, 2020 & May 3, 2020 screenings could not take place due to COVID 19 -  Philadelphia and Bryn Mawr 2019-20 season subscribers are offered complimentary admission to any of 2 screenings taking place at BMFI during the 2021-22 season to make up for the missed screenings in April and May of 2020.

In our 2018-19 season, our Talk Cinema audience was among the first to see these great films:
Border by Ali Abbasi
Shoplifters by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Capernaum by Nadine Labaki
Stan & Ollie by Jon S. Baird
All is True by Kenneth Branagh
Ruben Brandt, Collector by Milorad Krstic
Woman at War by Benedikt Erlingsson
The White Crow by Ralph Fiennes
Photograph by Ritesh Batra

In past seasons, the Talk Cinema Bryn Mawr Talk Cinema audience was among the first to see such great films as:
The Square, by Ruben Östlund, Lady Bird, by Greta Gerwig, I, Tonya by Craig Gillespie, Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, A Fantastic Woman,Borg Vs. McEnroe, by Janus Metz, Back to Burgundy, by Cedric Klapisch, The Rider, by Chloe Zhao, The Notorious RBG, by Julie Cohen + Betsy West,  A Man Called Ove, Loving, Things to Come, I, Daniel Blake, Toni Erdmann, Land of Mine, The Commune, Personal Shopper, Frantz, Graduation, Moscow Never Sleeps, The Hero, A Brilliant Young Mind, Experimenter, Theeb, The Lady in the Van, 45 Years, A War, Viva, Embrace of the Serpent, Art Bastard, Dheepan, The Idol, Don't Think Twice, Life's A Breeze, Ft. Bliss, Force Majeure, Two Days One Night, Red Army, Timbuktu, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, White God, The Farewell Party, El Critico, Best of Enemies, The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, Ci Vediamo Domani, Blue is the Warmest Color, Broken Circle Breakdown, Nebraska, A Patriotic Man, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, The German Doctor, Tim's Vermeer, Lunchbox, The Face of Love, Le Weekend, Finding Vivian Maier, Locke, and Ida. The last few previous seasons' selections included: Silver Linings Playbook, Sister, Quartet, Blancanieves, Renoir, The Attack, The Angels' Share, Twenty Feet From Stardom, Melancholia, The Artist, The Salt of Life, Habemus Papam, Two Days In NY, Client 9, Win Win, Incendies, and Bill Cunningham NY.