The Old Greenbelt Theatre’s new lineup of family movies is a mix of crowdpleasers, both old and new.
The nonprofit arthouse theater will hold regularly scheduled viewings of family-friendly movies under its newly renamed OGT Kids program. Movies are shown on Saturdays at 11 a.m.
The movie lineup is as follows:
Jan. 12: “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.” The 1985 classic filmed by Tim Burton features Pee-Wee Herman on a road trip to reclaim his stolen bike.
Jan. 26: “The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows.” A collection of animated shorts from around the world.
Feb. 2: “The Secret of NIMH.” The 1982 Don Bluth cartoon, based on the children’s book about super-intelligent rats.
Feb. 16: “Ernest & Celéstine.” A 2014 French cartoon about the unlikely friendship between a mouse and a bear.
March 2: “Born Free.” The 1966 live-action movie about a British couple who taught a lion to live in the wild.
March 30: “Mirai.” Japanese animator Mamoru Hosoda’s final film centers on a girl who can time travel.
April 13: “Jumanji.” The 1995 version of the children’s book about a board game that comes to life, starring Robin Williams.
May 11: “Song of the Sea.” The creators of “The Secret of the Kells” follow-up centers on the Irish legend of the Selkies.
May 25: “The Last Unicorn.” The 1982 Rankin & Bass animated musical about a clumsy sorcerer helping save the unicorns.
Adult tickets are $9 and kids’ are $6 and kids are free if you become an annual member of the Old Greenbelt Theatre.