A Note About March 2020:

Due to safety precautions during the Coronavirus emergency, some theaters may be temporarily closed or scaling back their offerings; check with a theater’s website about showings.

Now Showing - March 2020

Our monthly listing of classic films in theaters, Costume-Design Exhibitions and more;

click on the venue for tickets or information. 

Films on the Big Screen

Costume Exhibitions

Signings & Events

  • Through 3/8/20 - Avalon, CA 

    Esther Williams: The Swimming Queen of the Silver Screen   

    Movie memorabilia, costumes, photographs and never-before seen home movies showcasing the life and career of Esther Williams. 

    Showing at Catalina Island Museum 

  • Through 4/7/20 - New York, NY

    Hello Gorgeous   

    This tribute to Barbra Streisand ranges from her class-of-1959 yearbook from Brooklyns Erasmus Hall to costumes from Funny Girl, including the Irene Sharaff gown seen here, Yentl, and her 1965 TV special, My Name is Barbra, as well as vintage album covers, photographs and other memorabilia. 

    Showing at Bernard Museum of Judaica

  • Through 5/17/20 - New York, NY

    “In Pursuit of Fashion: The Sandy Schreier Collection” 

    Legendary costume designer Gilbert Adrian (a gown from his Fall 1945 collection is seen here) is featured alongside designs by Cristobal Balenciaga, Gabrielle Chanel, Christian Dior and others in this showcase of one of Americas most influential collectors of fashion. 

    At The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

  • March 1-2 - Phoenixville, PA

    Double Indemnity (1944)  

    Starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray

    Directed by Billy Wilder

    Costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at The Colonial Theatre

  • March 1 & 4 - Multiple Cities

    North by Northwest (1959) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

    Costumes by Harry Kress

    Presented by Flashback Cinema

  • March 1 & 4 - New Orleans, LA

    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) 

    Starring Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo

    Directed by Jacques Demy 

    Costumes by Jacqueline Moreau 

    Showing at Prytania Theatre

  • March 1-5 - New York, NY 

    Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951) (New 4K Restoration)  

    Starring James Mason and Ava Gardner 

    Directed by Albert Lewin 

    Costumes by Beatrice Dawson 

    Showing at Quad Cinema

  • March 2 - Chicago, IL 

    Casablanca (1942)

    Starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman 

    Directed by Michael Curtiz 

    Costumes by Orry-Kelly 

    Showing at Renaissance Place Cinema

  • March 2 - Greenbelt, MD 

    Top Hat (1935) 

    Starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers 

    Directed by Mark Sandrich  

    Costumes by Bernard Newman 

    Showing at Old Greenbelt Theatre

  • March 2 - Waynesboro, VA 

    To Catch a Thief (1955) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Costumes by Edith Head  

    Showing at Wayne Theatre

  • March 3 - Chicago, IL 

    Barbarella (1968) 

    (Includes a book signing with Dwight Cleveland, author of Cinema on Paper: The Graphic Genius of Movie Posters)

    Starring Jane Fonda and John Phillip Law 

    Directed by Roger Vadim 

    Costumes by Jacques Fonteray and Paco Rabanne 

    Showing at Music Box Theatre

  • March 3 - Dallas, TX 

    The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)

    Starring Kirk Douglas and Lana Turner

    Directed by Vincente Minnelli

    Womens costumes by Helen Rose

    Showing at Landmark Magnolia

  • March 4 - Bend, OR 

    Casablanca (1942)

    Starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman 

    Directed by Michael Curtiz 

    Costumes by Orry-Kelly 

    Showing at Tower Theatre

  • March 4 - Missoula, MT 

    Double Indemnity (1944)

    (Part of Roxy Confidential: Four Classic Noirs Series in March)  

    Starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray

    Directed by Billy Wilder

    Costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at The Roxy Theater

  • March 4 - Traverse City, MI 

    Father of the Bride (1950)

    (Part of The Brides of March Series) 

    Starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor 

    Directed by Vincente Minnelli

    Womens costumes by Helen Rose

    Showing at State Theatre

  • March 4-19 - New York, NY 

    The Women Behind Hitchcock  

    Film Forum presents a month of 31 films directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with titles including Rebecca, Suspicion, The Lady Vanishes, Shadow of a Doubt, Stage Fright and The Paradine Case (below). 

    Showing at Film Forum

  • March 5-8 - Cambridge, MA

    Eight Perfect (Films About) Murders  

    The Brattle presents a series of eight films curated by mystery writer Peter Swanson, including Double Indemnity (below), Strangers on a Train and Dial M for Murder

    Showing at The Brattle

  • March 6 - Hollywood, CA

    The Beast Must Die (1952) and

    Gilda (1946) 

    (Noir City: Hollywood Double Feature)

    Showing at The Egyptian Theatre 

  • March 6-8 - Downers Grove, IL

    Singin in the Rain (1952) 

    Starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds

    Directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at Tivoli Theatre 

  • March 6-8 - Minneapolis, MN 

    The World, The Flesh and The Devil (1959) 

    Starring Harry Belafonte and Inger Stevens

    Directed by Ranald MacDougall 

    Costumes by Kitty Mager 

    Showing at The Trylon Cinema 

  • March 6-9 - Cincinnati, OH 

    Sunset Blvd. (1950) 

    Starring Gloria Swanson and William Holden

    Directed by Billy Wilder

    Costumes by Edith Head

    Showing at Esquire Theatre 

  • March 7 - Brooklyn, NY 

    All About Eve (1950) 

    Starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter 

    Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz 

    Costumes by Edith Head and Charles Le Maire 

    Showing at Nitehawk Cinema

  • March 7 - Dallas, TX 

    Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard 

    Directed by Blake Edwards 

    Hepburns costumes by Hubert de Givenchy 

    Showing at The Majestic Theatre

  • March 7 - New York, NY 

    Il Sorpasso (The Easy Life(1962) 

    Starring Vittorio Gassman and Jean-Louis Trintignant 

    Directed by Dino Risi 

    Costumes by Ugo Pericoli 

    Showing at Metrograph

  • March 7-8 - Nashville, TN 

    The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)

    Starring Kirk Douglas and Lana Turner

    Directed by Vincente Minnelli

    Womens costumes by Helen Rose

    Showing at The Belcourt

  • March 7-12 - Baltimore, MD 

    The Devil is a Woman (1935) 

    Starring Marlene Dietrich and Lionel Atwill

    Directed by Josef von Sternberg 

    Dietrichs costumes by Travis Banton  

    Showing at The Charles Theatre

  • March 8 - San Francisco, CA

    Out of the Past (1947) 

    Starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer and Kirk Douglas

    Directed by Jacques Tourneur 

    Costumes by Edward Stevenson 

    Showing at The Castro Theatre

  • March 8-9 - Phoenixville, PA

    The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) 

    Starring Lana Turner and John Garfield 

    Directed by Tay Garnett 

    Costumes by Irene Lentz 

    Showing at The Colonial Theatre

  • March 8 & 14 - Houston, TX 

    My Fair Lady (1964)

    (With Afternoon Tea) 

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison

    Directed by George Cukor 

    Costumes by Cecil Beaton 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 9 - Chicago, IL 

    North by Northwest (1959) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Wardrobe by Harry Kress 

    Showing at Renaissance Place Cinema

  • March 9 - St. Louis, MO 

    Strangers on a Train (1951) 

    Starring Farley Granger and Robert Walker 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Wardrobe by Leah Rhodes 

    Showing at Landmark Tivoli Theatre

  • March 9 - Waynesboro, VA

    Sullivan’s Travels (1941) 

    Starring Joel McCrea and Veronica Lake 

    Directed by Preston Sturges 

    Womens costumes by Hazel Hegarty 

    Showing at Wayne Theatre

  • March 10 - Brooklyn, NY 

    Rebecca (1940) 

    Starring Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

    Showing at Nitehawk Cinema

  • March 10 - Dallas, TX 

    High Society (1956) 

    Starring Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra

    Directed by Charles Walters

    Costumes by Helen Rose 

    Showing at Landmark Magnolia

  • March 10 - Orem, UT 

    Suspicion (1941) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

    Costumes by Edward Stevenson 

    Showing at SCERA Center for the Arts

  • March 10 - Philadelphia, PA 

    Laura (1944) 

    Starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews 

    Directed by Otto Preminger 

    Costumes by Bonnie Cashin 

    Showing at Landmark Ritz Five

  • March 12 - Woodstock, NY 

    Gone With the Wind (1939) 

    Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable 

    Directed by Victor Fleming

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at Woodstock Opera House

  • March 13 - Detroit, MI 

    La Dolce Vita (1960) 

    Starring Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg 

    Directed by Federico Fellini 

    Costumes by Piero Gherardi 

    Showing at Redford Theatre

  • March 14 - Detroit, MI 

    Roman Holiday (1953) 

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck 

    Directed by William Wyler

    Costumes by Edith Head  

    Showing at Redford Theatre

  • March 14-15 - Charlottesville, VA

    My Fair Lady (1964)

    (Afternoon Tea on the 15th) 

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison

    Directed by George Cukor 

    Costumes by Cecil Beaton 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 15 - London, UK 

    Vertigo (1958) in 70MM

    Starring James Stewart and Kim Novak 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at The Prince Charles Cinema

  • March 15 - Woodbury, MN

    His Girl Friday (1940) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell 

    Directed by Howard Hawks 

    Costumes by Robert Kalloch 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 15 & 16 - Los Angeles, CA

    The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947) and

    The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1932)

    (Barbara Stanwyck Double Feature)

    Showing at The New Beverly Cinema

  • March 16 - Brookline, MA 

    The Killers (1946)

    (Preceded by a film-noir seminar by UMass Boston professor Sarah Keller)

    Starring Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner 

    Directed by Robert Siodmak

    Costumes by Vera West 

    Showing at The Coolidge Corner Theatre

  • March 16 - Dagsboro, DE 

    My Man Godfrey (1936) 

    Starring William Powell and Carole Lombard

    Directed by Gregory La Cava 

    Lombards gowns by Travis Banton

    Showing at The Clayton Theatre

  • March 16 - St. Louis, MO 

    Vertigo (1958) 

    Starring James Stewart and Kim Novak 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at Landmark Tivoli Theatre

  • March 17 - Brooklyn, NY 

    Macao (1952) 

    Starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell 

    Directed by Josef von Sternberg and Nicholas Ray 

    Costumes by Michael Woulfe 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 17 - Edwardsville, IL 

    The Quiet Man (1952) 

    Starring John Wayne and Maureen OHara 

    Directed by John Ford 

    Costumes by Adele Palmer 

    Showing at Wildey Theatre

  • March 17-19 - Downers Grove, IL

    His Girl Friday (1940) 

    Starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell 

    Directed by Howard Hawks 

    Costumes by Robert Kalloch 

    Showing at Tivoli Theatre

  • March 18 - Traverse City, MI 

    Libeled Lady (1936)

    Starring Jean Harlow, William Powell, Spencer Tracy and Myrna Loy 

    Directed by Jack Conway 

    Costumes by Dolly Tree 

    Showing at State Theatre

  • March 18 - Washington, D.C. 

    The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    Starring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan and Ray Bolger

    Directed by Victor Fleming

    Costumes by Adrian

    Showing at Landmark West End Cinema

  • March 18-22 - Toronto, ON 

    The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    Starring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan and Ray Bolger

    Directed by Victor Fleming

    Costumes by Adrian

    Showing at Paradise Theatre

  • March 19-21 - San Francisco, CA

    Vertigo (1958) in 70MM

    Starring James Stewart and Kim Novak 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at The Castro Theatre

  • March 21 - Austin, TX 

    My Fair Lady (1964) 

    (With Afternoon Tea)

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison

    Directed by George Cukor 

    Costumes by Cecil Beaton 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 21 - Champaign, IL 

    On the Waterfront (1954)

    Starring Marlon Brando and Eva Marie Saint 

    Directed by Elia Kazan 

    Wardrobe by Anna Hill Johnstone 

    Showing at Virginia Theatre

  • March 21 - Inverness, FL 

    Gone With the Wind (1939)

    Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable 

    Directed by Victor Fleming 

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at Valerie Theatre

  • March 21 - London, UK 

    Casablanca (1942)

    Starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman

    Directed by Michael Curtiz 

    Costumes by Orry-Kelly  

    Showing at The Prince Charles Cinema

  • March 21 - New York, NY 

    Pushover (1954)

    (With an introduction by Brian De Palma) 

    Starring Fred MacMurray and Kim Novak 

    Directed by Richard Quine 

    Costumes by Jean Louis 

    Showing at Metrograph

  • March 21 - Portland, OR 

    Flesh and The Devil (1926)

    (Part of Pipe Organ Pictures)

    Starring John Gilbert and Greta Garbo  

    Directed by Clarence Brown 

    Costumes by André-ani 

    Showing at Hollywood Theatre

  • March 21 - Tyler, TX 

    Gone With the Wind (1939)

    Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable 

    Directed by Victor Fleming 

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at Liberty Hall

  • March 22 & 23 - Raleigh, NC 

    My Fair Lady (1964) 

    (With Afternoon Tea)

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison

    Directed by George Cukor 

    Costumes by Cecil Beaton 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 22 & 25 - New Orleans, LA

    The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)

    Starring Kirk Douglas and Lana Turner

    Directed by Vincente Minnelli

    Womens costumes by Helen Rose

    Showing at Prytania Theatre

  • March 24 - Philadelphia, PA 

    Notorious (1946)

    Starring Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant 

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock 

    Bergmans costumes by Edith Head 

    Showing at Landmark Ritz Five

  • March 25 - Bend, OR 

    Gone With the Wind (1939)

    Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable 

    Directed by Victor Fleming 

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at Tower Theatre

  • March 25 - Columbus, OH 

    Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard 

    Directed by Blake Edwards 

    Hepburns costumes by Hubert de Givenchy 

    Showing at Gateway Film Center

  • March 26 - Fargo, ND 

    Citizen Kane (1952)

    Starring Orson Welles and Joseph Cotten 

    Directed by Orson Welles 

    Costumes by Edward Stevenson 

    Showing at Fargo Theatre

  • March 26 - Pasadena, CA

    The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

    (With an introduction and book signing by Stephen Farber and Michael McClellan, co-authors of Cinema 62: The Greatest Year at the Movies

    Starring Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Angela Lansbury and Janet Leigh

    Directed by John Frankenheimer 

    Costumes by Moss Mabry

    Showing at Laemmle Playhouse 7

  • March 26 - Toronto, ON 

    The Ipcress File (1965)

    (Part of Designing the Movies series)

    Starring Michael Caine, Nigel Green and Sue Lloyd

    Directed by Sidney J. Furie

    Wardrobe by Muriel Dickson 

    Showing at Revue Cinema

  • March 29 - DeKalb, IL 

    Gone With the Wind (1939)

    Starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable 

    Directed by Victor Fleming 

    Costumes by Walter Plunkett 

    Showing at The Egyptian Theatre

  • March 29 - Miami Beach, FL 

    Lost Horizon (1937)

    Starring Ronald Colman and Jane Wyatt 

    Directed by Frank Capra 

    Costumes by Ernest Dryden 

    Showing at O Cinema South Beach

  • March 30 - Kansas City, MO 

    My Fair Lady (1964) 

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison

    Directed by George Cukor 

    Costumes by Cecil Beaton 

    Showing at Alamo Drafthouse

  • March 30 - St. Louis, MO 

    Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

    Starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard 

    Directed by Blake Edwards 

    Hepburns costumes by Hubert de Givenchy 

    Showing at Landmark Tivoli Theatre

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