Welcome to Pittsburgh’s first theater, brewery and full service bar housed under one roof!
The Newly remodeled Parkway Theater/Film Lounge is OPEN for Happy Hour, sports games and short run film screenings. We can’t wait for you to experience the Film Lounge, Abjuration Brewing and 45 seat theater screening room!
We want the Parkway Theater to be the definitive cinema of choice for ﬁlm lovers and ﬁlmmakers alike. The Parkway Theater will get you excited about learning more about the ﬁlms you see, showing a variety of new domestic independent ﬁlms, documentaries and foreign ﬁlms. Come celebrate ideas and promote the appreciation and understanding of ﬁlm.
We’re looking forward to an exciting new year at The Parkway Theater. We hope to see you all here. Watch your inbox for updates.
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Buffalo Boys (2019) – Opens Jan. 18th – 24th
In 19th Century Java, a brutal massacre and the murder of Sultan Hamza by Captain Van Trach and his Dutch soldiers force Arana, Jamar and Suwo – the sultan’s brother and infant sons – to flee the country, bringing them halfway around the world to the American Wild West. After working the railroads and learning the cowboy way of life, Arana tells the boys it’s time to return to their homeland and avenge their father’s death. Back on Indonesian soil, the hunt for their father’s killer begins. Along the way, they meet some villagers including Kiona, the rebellious and beautiful headman’s daughter who Suwo falls for, and soon find out that the treacherous Van Trach still rules the area. Their presence puts the village in danger, quickly turning their quest for revenge into a fight for freedom. With the odds stacked against them, Arana, Jamar and Suwo use the skills they learned from the wilds of America to face Van Trach and his army in a showdown for justice.
1/18 – 7pm, 9pm
1/19 – 6pm, 8pm
1/22 – 7pm
1/23 – 8:30pm
1/24 – 7pm
Holiday – Opens February 1st – 7th
Young and beautiful Sascha discovers her dream life of luxury, recklessness and fun comes at a price when she is welcomed into the “family” of her drug lord boyfriend at his holiday villa in the port city of Bodrum on the Turkish Riveria. Physical and psychological violence are a way of life for this gangster family, but when the velvet veneer is stripped raw to the bone, Sascha’s eye drifts towards the “normal” lifeshe is leaving behind
For a directorial vision that wants to challenge what we do and don’t see, Eklof also adds complications to trauma that make Holiday a searing character study.
The film leaves the viewer feeling shaken, for the better, and announces Isabella Eklöf as a bold new voice in European cinema.
2/1 – 7pm, 9pm
2/2 – 2pm, 4pm, 6pm
2/5 – 7pm
2/6 – 7pm, 9pm
2/7 – 6:30pm