Bijou Theatre

           1624 NE Highway 101   Lincoln City, OR.     541-994-8255          
                  Voted  SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR  2016.

Newport International Film Series ---> Indie, Art, Documentaries, International film. 

Click here to for ARTS on the coast!

The Newport International Film Series happens at the 

Newport Performing Arts Center  

777 W. Olive    Newport, OR 97365 •  541-265-ARTS

Sunday and Monday evenings   7:00PM 

 $7.50 adults / $7 OCCA Members, seniors, students.

Hosted, Booked and Brought to you by The Bijou Theatre.

WINTER 2018  Starts February 18th!


               Zach's BISTRO is offering DINNER AND A MOVIE for the 2017 Fall Film Series!
It is located right across the street from The Performing Arts Center, (kitty-corner).
A 3 course meal and a movie ticket for that same night at the PAC for $26.
<--- click his logo to visit his website.     Please call for reservations at 541-265-292



February 18 & 19

LADY BIRD     (2017)     USA      R      94 minutes.

Directed by: Greta Gerwig        

A strong willed, independent young women conflicts with her mother in her last year of Catholic high school and vies for her place in the world. 

 Stars Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf and Lucas  Hedges.

 Winner of many awards including Golden Globes for Best Picture (Comedy or Musical)

 and Best Actress (Comedy or Musical).



February 25 & 26


Sunday: Live Action.

Monday: Animation.

More information coming after Oscar nominations 1/23/18.


March 5 & 6 (Monday & Tuesday)

I, TONYA     (2017)     USA       R    120 minutes

Directed by: Craig Gillespie

Competitive ice skater Tonya Harding rises among the ranks at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, but her future in the activity is thrown into doubt when her ex-husband intervenes.   Stars Margot Robbie and Allison Janney.

 (* Subject to change if Newport multi-plex plays it prior to this date.)



March 11 & 12

FACES, PLACES    (2017)     France    PG    98 minutes      Documentary.

Directed by: Agnes Varda and J.R.        

Legendary French New Wave director Agnes Arda and young street artist J.R. drive through rural France taking pictures, making murals and forging an unlikely friendship chatting about life and art. This charming, unique road-trip film won the Golden Eye documentary award at Cannes Film Festival.  Also on more than 25 critics' top 2017 films lists.



777 W. Olive Newport, OR 97365

Thanks to every all who help me put on this series:

Jan Eastman, Justin Gleeson,                Catherine Rickbone, Ron Miller,

Ernie Brown, Mike Eastman, Polly,         Yaquina Bay Broadcasting

Ushers: Pat & Paul, and Ginny & Diane.