When Trylon microcinema opened in 2009, success was far from a sure thing. Defying skeptics, the shoebox theater proved a resounding success by offering an intelligently curated blend of the familiar and the obscure, drawing upon big-budget Hollywood fare, scrappy independent productions, and international creations. The space underwent extensive renovations last summer to expand capacity. Dropping the “micro” from its moniker, the newly re-christened Trylon Cinema is celebrating with A-List Only, a nine-film series consisting of previously screened classics, all of which sold out over their earlier runs. That includes Charade (1963), All About Eve (1950), Mulholland Drive (2001), The Big Sleep (1946), Clue (1985), Lawrence of Arabia (1962), La Dolce Vita (1960), Dr. Strangelove (1964), and Barry Lyndon(1975). Whether viewing these works for the first time or the 50th, there’s no finer environment to witness their mastery than within this oasis of cinema. Visit www.trylon.org for schedule.