The Feast of the Seven Fishes — the holiday — is an Italian-American tradition on Christmas Eve involving multiple courses of seafood from shellfish to salted cod. The Feast of Seven Fishes — the movie — is about a big Italian family getting together to celebrate Christmas in 1983. At the center of the story is Tony (Skyler Gisondo), a meek but wholesome kid in his first serious relationship who has to navigate the outsized personalities of his many aunts and uncles during his girlfriend's first appearance at the titular feast. The film, screening at Heinz History Center, features a handful of beloved character actors, including Joe Pantoliano, Ray Abruzzo (shoutout to Little Carmine), and Paul Ben Victor. Director Robert Tinnell will patriciate in a Q&A after the screening.