Join us for our 11th Annual Summer Film Festival, this year in The Crown, on the third floor of the theatre!
Our auditorium is closed for renovations this summer – to learn more, read about our Capital Campaign.
NOTE: SEATING WILL BE EXTREMELY LIMITED. BUY TICKETS EARLY TO ENSURE ADMISSION.
In a remote 19th-century Danish village, two sisters Martine (Birgitte Federspiel) and Philippa (Bodil Kjer), lead a rigid life centered around their father, the local minister, and their church. Both had opportunities to leave the village: one could have married a young army officer and the other, a French opera singer. Their father objected in each case, and they spent their lives caring for him. Many years later, after their father is deceased, the sisters take in French refugee, Babette Hersant (Stéphane Audran), who agrees to work as their servant. After winning the lottery, Babette wants to repay the sisters for their kindness and offers to cook a French meal for them and their friends on the 100th anniversary of their father’s birth. It proves to be an eye-opening experience for everyone. Directed by Gabriel Axel. 1987. Rated G. 1 hour, 43 minutes.
This week is all about Food in Film. For a full schedule of our Summer Film Festival, click here!
Tickets are $7 for adults; $6 for students, teachers, seniors & military. Prices include sales tax.
Please note: There is an additional $3.50 per ticket web fee for Internet purchases; call the Carolina Theatre Box Office at 336-333-2605 to avoid those charges. (Tickets are also available at the door.) You can opt to have tickets mailed to you for a $1 postage fee, or you can pick up tickets in will call for no additional charge.