Woman at War
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 · 2 pm
Every Wednesday, the early matinee screening is intended for moms (and dads too!) with small babies in tow. These Going Gaga screenings feature one of the films that we are currently showing in the evenings, but with theater conditions adjusted to provide you with a more baby-friendly movie theater environment.
Lights will be dimmed so that you can find your way in and out of the theater as needed, and the volume level will be turned down so as not to damage your baby's more sensitive eardrums. We'll even provide you with a changing table in our lobby.
Ticket prices for parents are listed here. Babies come free! The box office opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.
Q: When do Going Gaga screenings take place?
A: Going Gaga screenings take place every Wednesday at the early matinee. Check BMFI's website for the exact time.
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: We show the same newly released films that we show in the evening. Just check our website for the listings.
Q: Is there an age limit for babies?
A: There is no official age limit for babies. However, remember that the films that we screen are geared towards an adult audience; for this reason, we recommend that babies be no older than eighteen months.
Q: Is there a place to change diapers?
A: Yes, we provide you with a changing table.
Q: Can I bring a stroller into the theater?
A: Unfortunately we cannot allow strollers into the theater as they block access to the fire exits. However, we will provide you with a safe and secure area to leave your stroller during the screening.
Q: How is the theater environment baby-friendly?
A: Lights are dimmed, but never off, making it easy to find your way in and out of the theater as needed. Also, the volume level will be turned down so as not to damage your baby's more sensitive eardrums.