Looking to see Oscar-winning films from across the world? The Cinema Capitol, 230 W. Dominick St., has them. This year, 50 unique films have been nominated for 2019 Academy Awards over 24 different categories (for 121 total nominations), and the Cinema Capitol has shown, or is scheduled to show, 26 of the 50 nominated titles.
In addition to those already scheduled, Cinema Capitol is working to acquire screening dates for an additional five films not presently on the schedule, which would bring their total up to 62 percent of all Oscar nominated films.
In addition to two films ending their run at Cinema Capitol tonight — A Star Is Born and Mary Queen of Scots — the following Oscar-nominated films are on the current Cinema Capitol schedule:
Bohemian Rhapsody (Best Picture, Best Actor, Sound Mixing, Film Editing) Feb. 1-8
Documentary short subjects (five titles) Feb. 8-14
Animated short subjects (five titles) Feb. 8-14
Live action short subjects (five titles) Feb. 8-14
Other Oscar-nominated films that Cinema Capitol plans to run that do not yet have finalized dates include: RBG (Original Song), Green Book (Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay), The Favorite (Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Original Screenplay, Production Design, Film Editing, Costume Design), Roma (Best Picture, Best Foreign Language Picture, Production Design), and Black Panther (Best Picture, Original Song, Production Design, Costume Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Original Score).
Previous to the nomination announcements, five other 2019 Oscar-nominated films were shown at Cinema Capitol.
The two-screen Cinema Capitol shows current-run movies, specializing in independent releases.
A screening schedule for Cinema Capitol is available on line at www.romecapitol.com, and from the Rome Capitol Theatre during regular office hours (Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) or at Cinema Capitol during all show times. Information is also available by telephone at 315-337-6453.