OUT at the Movies: All of Us Strangers (2023)


What's Better Than Watching Movies with Friends!? Come Join Us!

OUT at the Movies schedules group outings to films of interest to the local LGBTQ+ community.
For questions contact The LOFT's Helpline: (914) 948-2932 x13 or [email protected]

Saturday, January 6th: 

All of Us Strangers

including pre-recorded Q&A with filmmaker Andrew Haigh and actors Andrew Scott & Jamie Bell, moderated by JBFC Board President Janet Maslin

Tickets: $11 (members), $16 (nonmembers)

For tickets and to view the trailer click here. 

The LOFT's Out at the Movies Group will meet in the JBFC Center lobby at 1:45pm. Film starts at 2pm. Look for group leader Parker upon arrival

"Playing a man alienated from himself and looking for answers, Andrew Scott makes this film sing." Alissa Wilkinson, New York Times
"While it unfolds in a hazy dream state rooted in Adam’s loneliness and the emotional suspension that has blocked him from moving forward, it’s by no means a downer. It’s a thing of beauty, heartfelt and unforgettable." David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter



Pre-recorded Q&A with filmmaker Andrew Haigh and actors Andrew Scott & Jamie Bell, moderated by JBFC Board President Janet Maslin

Saturday, January 6th 2024, 2:00 PM

Pre-recorded at the Jacob Burns Film Center

  • Andrew Haigh is an award-winning British writer director, whose feature films include A24’s Lean on Pete (2017), IFC’s Sundance Selects’ 45 Years (2015) and breakout hit, Weekend (2011). Haigh served as an executive producer as well as the lead writer-director on the HBO show Looking (2014-2016), starring Jonathan Groff and Murray Bartlett. His most recent television  project was a five-part adaptation of The North Water (2012) for BBC & AMC.
  • Andrew Scott is an acclaimed Irish actor who has starred in an array of projects across film, TV, and theatre. He received widespread acclaim for his portrayal of “Hot Priest” in Amazon’s Fleabag. Other recent projects include the Amazon/BBC One limited series, Pursuit of Love, opposite Lily James, Emily Beecham, and Emily Mortimer, and Bart Sher’s HBO drama, Oslo, opposite Ruth Wilson. Scott is perhaps best known on television for his role as Moriarty in the international hit series, Sherlock, for which he was awarded the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actor.
  • Jamie Bell most recently starred in Anthony Mandler’s post-Civil War Western, Surrounded with Letitia Wright as well as in the Apple/MRC series Shining Girls alongside Elisabeth Moss and Wagner Moura. Previously, Bell turned in a transformative and mesmerizing performance as reformed Neo-Nazi Bryon Widner in Guy Nattiv’s shocking and unflinching film Skin. He also portrayed music legend Bernie Taupin opposite Taron Edgerton in the critically acclaimed Elton John biopic Rocketman and starred in Amazon’s Without Remorse opposite Michael B. Jordan and Jodie Turner-Smith. His career began, of course, with the BAFTA Award as Best Actor for his screen debut as Billy Elliot, for director Stephen Daldry.


Tickets: $11 (members), $16 (nonmembers)




Questions contact The LOFT's Helpline: (914) 948-2932 x13 or [email protected]
January 06, 2024 at 2:00pm - 3:45pm
Jacob Burns Film Center
The LOFT Helpline · · (914) 948-2932 x13