New parent? Missing the movies? Every Wednesday, BMFI schedules an afternoon showtime designed for caregivers and their infants. These Going Gaga screenings feature one of our latest main attraction movies with theater conditions adjusted to create a baby-friendly environment.
Lights are dimmed so that you can more easily enter and exit the theater as needed, and the volume is lowered to protect babies' sensitive ears. Our rear lobby restrooms are equipped with changing tables.
Ticket prices for parents are listed here. Babies come free! The Box Office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.
Woman at War
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 · 2 pm
Q: When do Going Gaga screenings take place?
A: Going Gaga screenings take place during our Wednesday matinees. Check this page weekly for specific films and showtimes, or sign up for our weekly email updates.
Q: Do I need to buy tickets in advance?
A: No. The box office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day, or you can buy tickets online at BrynMawrFilm.org.
Q: How much do tickets cost?
A: Our prices are listed here. Babies come free!
Q: What kinds of movies do you show at Going Gaga events?
A: All Going Gaga screenings feature newly released films currently playing at BMFI. Check our schedule for the latest showtimes.
Q: Is there an age limit for babies?
A: There is no official age limit for babies. However, because Going Gaga features new films which are appropriate for mature audiences, this program is recommended for moviegoers with children no older than 18 months.
Q: Is there a place to change diapers?
A: Yes, there are changing tables in the men's and women's restrooms in the rear lobby.
Q: Can I bring a stroller into the theater?
A: Unfortunately we cannot allow strollers into the theater as they block access to fire exits. However, we will provide you with a safe and secure area to leave your stroller during the screening.
Q: What makes Going Gaga baby-friendly?
A: Instead of a completely dark theater, Going Gaga screenings take place with the lights dimmed so that you can more easily enter and exit the auditorium as needed. The volume levels will be lowered so as not to hurt your baby's sensitive eardrums.
Q: Can I nurse in the theater?
Q: What if my baby cries?
A: No worries! Going Gaga screenings are specifically designed for parents with young infants, so nobody will mind if your baby makes noise during the movie.
Q: Where can I park?
A: The village of Bryn Mawr has many municipal lots. View further information and a map that will direct you to local parking options.