IN-THEATER SHOWTIMES

Oct 27 - Nov 02
  • Today Oct 27

    Moonrise Kingdom

    5:00

    The Life Aquatic

    7:15

  • Thu Oct 28

    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    8:15

    The Royal Tennenbaums

    6:00

  • Fri Oct 29

    Dune

    4:00

    A Nightmare on Elm Street

    9:30

    Halloween

    7:00

  • Sat Oct 30

    Dune

    6:15

    The Nightmare Before Christmas

    1:00

    Halloween

    9:30

  • Sun Oct 31

    Dune

    12:00

    5:00

    The Nightmare Before Christmas

    3:00

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    8:30

  • Mon Nov 01

    Dune

    4:00

    7:00

  • Tue Nov 02

    Dune

    4:45

Current Film Descriptions & Trailers
Upcoming film descriptions & trailers
Naro Virtual Cinema

NARO TICKET PRICES

Adults $10.00
Matinees (before 4pm) $8.00
Senior Citizens (65 & up) $8.00
Kids (12 & under) $8.00
TICKET BOOKS 10 admissions, no limits, no expiration, always valid (purchase online)
$73.00
Tickets go on sale at our Box Office 30 minutes before each show.  
  • Private theater rentals available Our historic auditorium with balcony has plenty of room for social distancing. Contact us for available dates, titles, and cost information
  • Marquee! A unique way to put you or a loved one’s name in lights for a day on our classic theater marquee displaying to all on busy Colley Avenue. Contact us for info.

NARO NEWS & VIEWS – LATEST

Commentary and articles written or curated by Tench Phillips, co-owner of the Naro. Opinions expressed those of the author(s).

Welcome to Wes World…

Welcome to Wes World…

With The Naro running a mini-fest of classic Wes Anderson films leading up to a run of his latest film The French Dispatch, we thought we'd link to some media of interest concerning all things Wes.   From the NY Times, October 21, 2012: In the Company of Wes...

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THIS WEEK AT THE NARO

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Virtual Screenings Also Available
While our theater is now open (!), we are continuing to curate noteworthy new releases that are not available for theatrical presentation and in most cases are not yet available on popular streaming services.  A percentage of revenue from each title you stream will go to Naro Cinema to help us weather a time of declining in-house audiences. All titles can be streamed via your computer, tablet, phone, or Chromecast, with some having additional availability via Roku and Apple-TV apps. Each film description has a unique link that will provide all details on purchase and best ways to watch.  

The Capote Tapes

Written in his later life, ‘Answered Prayers’, an epic literary portrait of New York’s glittering jet-set society, was meant to be Truman Capote’s greatest masterpiece. Instead, it sparked the downfall of the iconic author of ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s‘ and ‘In Cold Blood‘. Through never-before-heard audio archives and interviews with Capote’s famous friends and infamous enemies, this new documentary reveals the rise and fall of one of America’s most influential writers and public figures. (98 mins)

“The most enjoyable thing is hearing the distinctiveness of the voices from a bygone American era…” – Dan Callahan, TheWrap

“The film is worth the price of admission for the talking heads alone.” – Marley Marius, Vogue

Click here to view this film. Your purchase supports Naro Expanded Cinema. Watch via your Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone. You can also watch on your TV via Chromecast or Airplay, or by simply connecting your computer or mobile device to your TV using an HDMI cable.

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The Big Scary “S” Word

Naro Virtual Cinema – Stream Online and Support The Naro!

Featuring interviews with Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cornel West, and Naomi Klein, The Big Scary “S” Word explores the rich history of the American socialist movement. Weaving together hidden episodes of history and verité footage, the film shows that, contrary to popular belief, socialism is in fact deeply American and led to popular government programs such as public schools and Medicare. Activists and journalists explain how the 2008 financial crisis, the Wall Street bailout, the Occupy Movement, and the ascension of politicians like Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez have pushed a new generation to embrace the language of socialism. (82 mins)

“With its alternate ideas for addressing urgent societal and economic needs, Bridge’s educational documentary helps envision other ways of getting things done, at a time when there’s ever more that needs doing.” – Nicolas Rapold, Nw York Times

“A rousing, well-edited study about the possibilities of democratic socialism.” – Richard von Busack, San Francisco Weekly

Click here to view this film. Your purchase supports Naro Expanded Cinema. Watch via your Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone. You can also watch on your TV via Chromecast or Airplay, or by simply connecting your computer or mobile device to your TV using an HDMI cord.

See trailer

Click here to see full list of available virtual films that help support The Naro.

NARO TICKET PRICES

Adults $10.00
Matinees (before 4pm) $8.00
Senior Citizens (65 & up) $8.00
Kids (12 & under) $8.00
TICKET BOOKS 10 admissions, no limits, no expiration, always valid (purchase online)
$73.00
Tickets go on sale at our Box Office 30 minutes before each show.  
  • Private theater rentals available Our historic auditorium with balcony has plenty of room for social distancing. Contact us for available dates, titles, and cost information
  • Marquee! A unique way to put you or a loved one’s name in lights for a day on our classic theater marquee displaying to all on busy Colley Avenue. Contact us for info.

NARO NEWS & VIEWS – LATEST

Current Veer Magazine column by Tench Phillips, co-owner of the Naro. Opinions expressed are his own.

Welcome to Wes World…

Welcome to Wes World…

With The Naro running a mini-fest of classic Wes Anderson films leading up to a run of his latest film The French Dispatch, we thought we'd link to some media of interest concerning all things Wes.   From the NY Times, October 21, 2012: In the Company of Wes...

read more

LOCATION – MAP & DIRECTIONS

In the Heart of Norfolk’s Ghent District