US/UK | 180 min | R | DCP | Dir. Christopher Nolan
"The story of American scientist, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and his role in the development of the atomic bomb." -IMDb
"Oppenheimer deserves the title of masterpiece. It’s Christopher Nolan’s best film so far, a step up to a new level for one of our finest filmmakers, and a movie that burns itself into your brain." -Matthew Jackson (AV Club)
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYPbbksJxIg
Friday's screening of OPPENHEIMER will feature open captions on the screen.
Note to Attendees: Due to high interest in our BARBIE & OPPENHEIMER screenings, we anticipate the venue will fill to capacity. Once we reach capacity, no additional admissions will be allowed. We will have a pass ticket system in place so that admitted patrons can exit/reenter the venue after the initial seating process.
For this reason, we will be strictly enforcing our "first-come, first-served" policy for these screenings. There will be no saving of seats in the venue or spots in line. If you wish to be seated as a group, all parties must arrive and wait in line together once your entire group is present (we will not allow people to cut ahead in line to meet up with others already waiting).
To help us speed up the line, please try to leave backpacks and other large bags at home and fill all available seats in the venue. Coats and bags must be placed underneath your seat, as we will fill every seat.
We will clear the venue after each screening and then reseat folks for the next film. If you wish to stay for the second screening of the evening, please join the end of the queue after you exit from the first screening. Please take all personal items with you each time you exit the venue, as we cannot be responsible for unattended items.
Thank you for your understanding!
For information on available assistive content for WUD Film screenings, please visit the Assistive Movie Screenings in the Marquee Theater page.
This event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, Wisconsin Union members and their guests. Anyone can become a Wisconsin Union member.