Un Peu de Godard: A Tribute


Drama, Romance Rated: NR 103 min
Today: 7:00pm

Following the passing of the father of the French New Wave, we screen what many consider his masterpiece.

“I wasn’t prepared for Jean-Luc Godard; I doubt that anyone ever was. And now that he’s gone it feels impossible to articulate the immensity of his impact on cinema, an art that he changed more than most. His influence was profound…” — Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
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FilmColumbia 2022 Protocol

The Crandell Theatre remains “Mask-Friendly” and we encourage patrons who wish to wear them to continue to do so. All staff are vaccinated but patrons are no longer required to show proof of vaccination. Seats will be first come, first served; there is no assigned seating and no buffering. As we did last year, the Crandell’s four emergency doors will be opened between screenings for fresh air exchange. The theater also employs high MERV filters in the HVAC system. If you have any questions, please email Dawn at



Crandell Theatre, Columbia County’s historic, single-screen movie house on Main Street in Chatham, NY, announces that its Board of Directors formally welcomed new board members Ian Hooper, Julie Raskin, and Andrew Goetz this spring. Board President Lydia Kukoff shares that “over the past several years, our board has worked to strengthen the Crandell as an organization while, at the same time, expanding our program offerings. At this exciting time, as we look toward the renovation of our beloved theatre, we are thrilled to welcome Ian, Julie, and Andrew. Each of them brings unique knowledge, experience, and energy to our efforts, and we will be enriched immeasurably by their presence on our board.” Ian Hooper has lived in Canaan, New York since 1980, and has been enjoying movies at the Crandell for more than 40 years. Hooper’s entire career was spent…