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Please review our vaccination and masking policies, currently in effect until at least March 31, 2022, at TrustArts.org/Welcome.

Drive My Car
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
Adapted from Haruki Murakami's short story, Ryusuke Hamaguchi's Drive My Car is a haunting road movie traveling a path of love, loss, acceptance, and peace. Winner of three prizes at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, including Best Screenplay.
Diamantino
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
Diamantino, the world’s premiere soccer star, loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose, the international icon sets out on a delirious odyssey.
Perfumes (Les Parfums)
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
Perfumes (Les Parfums) tells the story of Anne Walberg, a celebrity in the world of fragrance, whose professional success has turned her into a diva. Guillaume, her new chauffeur who is freshly divorced, is the only person who is unafraid of her.
Charlatan (Šarlatán)
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
Charlatan (Šarlatán) is inspired by the true story of herbalist Jan Mikolasek, who dedicated his life to caring for the sick in spite of the immense obstacles he faced in his private and public life.
Hammamet
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
The last year in the life of Bettino Craxi, as told by Gianni Amelio. The conflict between his ideas and his familial love – between political motivations and those of the man – will be fierce and, eventually, fatal.
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
Emi, a school teacher, finds her career and reputation under threat after a personal sex tape is leaked on the Internet. Forced to meet the parents demanding her dismissal, Emi refuses to surrender to their pressure.
Borderland (Grenzland)
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
Three decades after making his first film about the region, one of the pivotal East German documentarians returns to the borderlands where the outer limits of Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic intersect.
Corpus Christi (Boże Ciało)
Harris Theater
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Pittsburgh EU Film Festival
20-year-old Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation while living in a youth detention centre. He can't become a priest due to his criminal record, but when he is sent to work in a small town he accidentally takes over the local parish.

Coming Soon

Mark your calendar with these upcoming Harris Theater screenings.

The Sleeping Negro Poster 

The Sleeping Negro
February 11 - 17

    
Oscar Nominated Short Films Poster 

2022 Oscar Nominated Short Films
February 25 - March 17

    
Nosferatu Poster 

Nosferatu (1922)
March 4

About The Harris Theater

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Harris Theater is one of the most active arts facilities in the region showing art films nearly every day of the year.

Formerly known as the Art Cinema, the Harris Theater represents a milestone in the redevelopment of Liberty Avenue. The Art Cinema was the first moving picture house in Pittsburgh to commercially show art movies until competition from other city theaters led to its conversion to an adult movie house in the 1960s. As part of its mission to transform the Cultural District, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust purchased and restored the facility leading to further conversions of run-down properties along the Liberty Avenue corridor. With 194 seats for movies and 178 seats for live performances, the Harris Theater officially opened to the public on November 9, 1995.

The Harris was named through a gift from the Buhl Foundation after John P. Harris, co-founder of the Nickelodeon—the first theater solely dedicated to the showing of motion pictures—and a Pennsylvania State Senator. The Harris Theater features contemporary, foreign and classic films. 

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Know Before You Go: Vaccination, Masking, and Screening Policies

As we return to theaters and events this fall, Pittsburgh’s Cultural District organizations outline layers of defense against COVID-19 and the safety practices for guests, staff, volunteers, and artists.

Read more about guest entry requirements and safety

Mask Policy

All guests must wear a mask over the nose and mouth at all times while inside the Harris Theater. Masks can be temporarily removed when a guest is eating and/or drinking while remaining in their seat at the Harris Theater. For complete information on health and safety policies of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, visit TrustArts.org/Welcome.

Concessions

Concessions are available for all screenings and the Harris Theater is now BYOB.

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Directions

The address is 809 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.


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