Welcome to the SNF Parkway Virtual Theatre!
The Virtual Theatre brings the best of Parkway programming directly to our audiences at home featuring diverse content and channels geared towards filmmakers, our local Baltimore community partners, and a wider global audience.
“Uses the possibilities opened by the New Wave to explore something profound about race, identity, life, love, the world, and one’s place in it, and its rediscovery and restoration is an occasion for celebration.” – Chris Shields, Reverse Shot
88 min | 1968 | France
THE STORY OF A THREE DAY PASS- New Restoration
After getting kicked out of his home in central Pennsylvania, Paul (Fionn Whitehead) arrives to NYC's dizzying central station with nowhere to go. A momentary encounter with Wye (Leyna Bloom), a trans woman of color, leads him to seek her out. Transfixed by her beauty and confidence, a love soon blossoms. But as the two learn more about each other, Paul's false narratives begin to surface and the double life he lives must be reconciled.
102 min | 2021 | United States
The fates of an unlucky pig farmer, a feisty home-owner defending her property, a lovestruck busboy, a disenchanted rich girl, and an American expat pursuing the Chinese Dream converge and collide as thousands of dead pigs are found floating down the Huangpu River, towards a modernizing Shanghai in Cathy Yan's (BIRDS OF PREY) debut feature.
122 min | 2018 | China
Fri Jun 25th
SUN CHILDREN is the story of 12-year-old ALI and his three friends. Together they work hard to survive and support their families, doing small jobs in a garage and committing petty crimes to make fast money. In a turn of events that seems miraculous, Ali is entrusted to find a hidden treasure underground. He recruits his gang, but first, to gain access to the tunnel, the children must enroll at the Sun School, a charitable institution that tries to educate street kids and child laborers, close to where the treasure is located.
100 min | 2021 | Iran
Fri Jun 25th
"Etched with precision and conveying a world of feeling, The Power of Kangwon Province is the second feature by the South Korean director Hong Sang-soo and one of the best films you can see this year." — Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
110 min | 1998 | South Korea
THE POWER OF KANGWON PROVINCE