TUESDAY 11/19. 7 p.m. Riverdale 10 Cinema. $9.
Arkansas Times Film Series curator Omaya Jones is doing it again: taking a movie you’ve barely heard of and putting it up on the big screen as proof of its beauty and depth. This time around, it’s “Babette’s Feast,” Danish director Gabriel Axel’s 1987 drama/food movie about a French housekeeper who uses the lottery money she’s won to serve up an exquisite seven-course meal — one that ends up fostering a spiritual and social transformation for those who eat it. It won an Oscar in 1987 — the first Danish film to win Best Foreign Language Film — and restaurants recreated its lavish menu in tribute thereafter. Get tickets at riverdale10.com, and pull up a recliner.