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Screenings

LIVE SCREENINGS are live digital events streamed here on Metrograph.com.

All times are shown in your local timezone as set in your device/computer settings.

Pre-Show starts 10 minutes before showtime, the show can be viewed (paused and rewound) for up to an hour after the end of the movie.

If you tune in late, drag the play progress button to the left, and you’ll start at the beginning.

If you tune in early, you may need to refresh your browser when the program starts.

After the show, some programs can be watched for a limited run (usually a few days, sometimes a week).

TICKETED SCREENINGS are digital shows which require a ticket purchase. They can be watched (started/stopped/rewatched/however you like) anytime during the run. Members receive a special reduced ticket price.

Many of our Members and Guests purchase Pre-Sale tickets—remember the show starts opening night, not before. Check your ticket for when the show can be viewed.

Guests log in using their purchase info to watch the show.

Ticketed Screenings are listed on the Screenings page, along with all our programs. You can also click on the link from your ticket receipt.

CLOSED CAPTIONS - Due to the diverse archive of our programming sources, at this time we do not offer closed captioning on all programs, though all non-English shows are presented with  English subtitles.

Membership

METROGRAPH DIGITAL MEMBERSHIP is required for all shows except Ticketed Screenings, where Guests are welcome and Members enjoy a special ticket price. Membership is auto billed at your choice monthly or annually.

GIFT MEMBERSHIPS are coming soon—stand by! Please contact us if you are looking for special group/team/family/company Membership gifts for the holidays.

TO PAUSE OR CANCEL a Membership, go to “My Account” / “Purchases”, see the options to pause or cancel.

Watching/Technical/Troubleshooting

ON TV

Apple TV (via AirPlay) - If you are using an iPhone or iPad, select Screen Mirroring. If you are using a Mac, use Safari and click the AirPlay icon that appears in the video player controls.

Roku – If your Roku supports AirPlay (most newer models do!), then you can use AirPlay as above.

Chromecast – Choose Cast from the 3-dot menu at the top right of the window.

HDMI cable direct to TV – Double check that your computer screen resolution matches your TV. You may need to try a different browser if it doesn't work at first.

Other Devices/Apps – Coming soon

VPN

You must disable VPN to view our films!

OUTSIDE THE U.S.

Our films are available only in the U.S. at this time.

TROUBLESHOOTING

The video player isn’t working:
- Clear cache/cookies from your web browser by going to your browser’s history settings
- Disable VPN - Our player will not work with VPN enabled, it causes an encryption error screen
- For Live Screenings, double check that you have the correct showtime
- Contact us with any issues—we are here to help! [email protected]