Stream Moonrise Kingdom, Gosford Park, and More with Focus Features Free Movie Mondays

Stream Moonrise Kingdom, Gosford Park, and More with Focus Features Free Movie Mondays

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Fight Monday melancholy with some free film streaming. Starting at this time (April 6), Focus Options is launching “Film Mondays” on its Facebook page. You’ll be able to catch a film from the studio’s vault totally free at eight p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST each Monday this April.

All 4 of this month’s livestreams will embrace unique Q&A classes with the film’s filmmakers and a hyperlink to donate to the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund. This system originated in 2017 to honor the studio’s 15th anniversary, exhibiting movies resembling Pleasure & Prejudice and Everlasting Sunshine of the Spotless Thoughts.

Learn on for this month’s film lineup.

Gosford Park (2001): April 6

This era drama from filmmaker Robert Altman and Downton Abbey author Julian Fellowes explores the lives of upstairs friends and downstairs servants throughout an English dinner party-turned-murder thriller. The Oscar-nominated movie options an all-star forged together with Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas, Helen Mirren, and Clive Owen. Fellowes may even take part in a Q&A throughout the livestream—discover extra data here.

Moonrise Kingdom (2012): April 13

Enter the world of Wes Anderson as he follows a pair of younger lovers who flee their New England city looking for journey. The forged of characters who endeavor to seek out them consists of Frances McDormand, Invoice Murray, and Tilda Swinton. Anderson may even be readily available to reply questions throughout the watch get together. Discover extra data here.

Mallrats (1995): April 20

Escape to the nostalgic days of mall-surfing along with your childhood mates on this ’90s Kevin Smith comedy. The author/director shall be readily available to reply questions concerning the movie, which stars Jason Lee, Ben Affleck, and Shannen Doherty. Discover extra data here.

My Summer season of Love (2004): April 27

Pawel Pawlikowski (Chilly Struggle) helms this romantic drama, which stars Emily Blunt as Tamsin and Natalie Press as Mona—two ladies from completely different worlds who fall in love within the Yorkshire countryside. Discover extra data here.

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    Savannah Walsh is an Editorial Fellow at ELLE.com.

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