We are proud to host Belmont World Film's 14th Annual International Film Series
March 22-May 11

Sunday, April 26: THE CUT (Germany, France, Poland, Turkey, Canada, Russia, Italy)

Sunday, May 3: COURT (India)

Monday, May 11: TOKYO FIANCEE (Belgium, France, Japan)

For more information visit:

 www.belmontworldfilm.org


THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR JEWISH FILM'S

18TH ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL

Will be coming to West Newton Cinema!

APRIL 30- MAY 15

For tickets and information please visit www.jewishfilm.org


Good read: A.O. Scott's Top 10 Movies of 2014 includes Ida, Citizenfour, Dear White People, and Love is Strange, all of which played at the West Newton Cinema! Manohla Dargis's list includes Gloria, National Gallery, and Violette.


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At every turn, we can sense what’s going on behind Kumiko’s doleful, downcast eyes; Kikuchi pulls us deeply into her world.
— Scott Founds, Variety
Noah Baumbach’s sensational satirical drama While We’re Young is, finally, a movie for grownups to run out and see.
— Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News
Seymour: An Introduction gives viewers a soaring, sublime and enduringly meaningful glimpse of a man who is undoubtedly the real thing.
— Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
An appealing comedy with an unabashed streak of melodrama, sharp dialogue, and a superb ensemble cast, anchored by a lead performance by Al Pacino in lovable scamp mode.
— Matt Zoller Seitz, RogerEbert.com
As powerful as it is as social commentary, Gett triumphs most as an examination of human relationships.
— Peter Keough, Boston Globe
This nostalgia-drenched rockumentary remains a hugely entertaining treasure trove of witness-at-creation anecdotes and enduringly potent ’60s pop hits.
— Joe Leydon, Variety
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It’s not so common to find an ensemble of this caliber so enthusiastic to work together, and that chemistry comes across.
— Peter Debruge, Variety
If the past is a foreign country, then “Mr. Turner” is one of the most rhapsodic foreign films you may ever see.
— Ty Burr, The Boston Globe
It’s been a long time since intellectual sparring created such excitement onscreen. I’ve heard a few critics dismiss this mind-bender as hopelessly old-hat. Ha! If so, long live retro.
— Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
The West Newton Cinema was built in 1937 and has been independently owned and operated since 1978. We are proud to show a diverse selection of high-quality films on our six screens, and to serve freshly popped popcorn with real butter.  

The West Newton Cinema was built in 1937 and has been independently owned and operated since 1978. We are proud to show a diverse selection of high-quality films on our six screens, and to serve freshly popped popcorn with real butter.