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Subzero heroes star in Ice Age, a computer-animated comedy adventure. Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox

Summer Movie Series

Palace Theatre 300 S. Main St., Grapevine, 817-410-3100, palace-theatre.com

Every Tuesday and Wednesday, beginning June 7, the Palace shows kid-friendly movies for a bargain 4 bucks. The season kicks off with Ice Age; other features include Finding Nemo, The Sandlot and Frozen. Showtime is 10 a.m. On Fridays, PG films screen at 7:30 p.m., starting with Weekend at Bernie’s on June 17. June 7-Aug. 3

National Beatles Day It’s a double feature of A Hard Day’s Night and Help! Tickets are $6 each or two for 10 bucks. Go in character and get a free small popcorn. June 25

Hello, Bookstore.

Magnolia at the Modern Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St., 817-738-9215, themodern.org/films

The film title is a nod to the way owner Matthew Tannenbaum answers the phone at his small-town independent shop in Massachusetts. The movie-perfect store, located on a tree-lined street, is a small oasis for book lovers until the pandemic threatens its existence. Director and photographer A.B. Zax captures the intimate look at Tannenbaum and his bookstore family. June 10-12

Matthew Tannenbaum in Hello, Bookstore. Photo courtesy of Greenwich Entertainment

B.B. King from the documentary Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story. Photo courtesy of Michael P. Smith and Sony Pictures Classics

Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story Using live performances and interviews (from Trombone Shorty to Bruce Springsteen to the Marsalis family), this love letter to the festival pays homage to the city and its culture and food, as it showcases the annual event’s 50th anniversary in 2019. A bit of history fills out the story, too,
offering an early chronology. June 17-19