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Feb 27, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Feb 28, 2015

The Last Picture Show  (Peter Bogdanovich, 1971) An adaptation of Larry McMurtry’s novel and set in a small North Texas town, The Last Picture Show focuses on the coming-of-age stories of Sonny (Timothy Bottoms), Duane (Jeff Bridges), and Jacy (Cybill Shepherd), as the conservative American values of the 1950s begin to crumble into a stark, moody landscape.

Films
Feb 28, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Mar 01, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Mar 01, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Mar 01, 2015

Friday 6 and 8:30 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 11 am, 2 pm, and 4:30 pm

“Why should you suffer through a 140-minute Russian film that is basically a contemporary remake of The Book of Job? Because it's a stupendous piece of work, that's why, and because it represents the kind of challenging, intimate filmmaking that transcends language and borders.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

A Russian fisherman fights back when a corrupt mayor tries to seize possession of his ancestral home.

Films
Mar 06, 2015

The Howling (Joe Dante, 1981) TV newscaster Karen White (Dee Wallace) brashly interjects herself in the middle of a search for a serial killer, but in the process finds something much more sinister in Joe Dante’s werewolf thriller The Howling. Adapted by John Sayles for the screen from a novel by Gary Brandner, this continuation of Dante’s interest in the sinister, self-reflexive, and seedy is as amusing as it is disturbing.   ____________________________

 Kick back with cocktails and dinner in Café Modern, then enjoy a late-night cult classic.

Films
Apr 03, 2015

Gremlins (Joe Dante, 1984) 

The 1984 instant classic Gremlins exemplifies Joe Dante’s unique voice as a filmmaker in an otherworldly horror film set in your very familiar backyard. The film tells the story of cinema’s cutest fuzzball, Gizmo, and the very big responsibility required to keep him from spawning terrifying, destructive little monsters. Executive produced by Steven Spielberg and written by Chris Columbus (Home Alone, The Goonies), Gremlins was a unique box office smash in a summer full of hits. 

Films
Apr 04, 2015

Raging Bull (Martin Scorsese, 1980) With a big leap in his career as the director of the Roger Corman-produced Boxcar Bertha (1972), Martin Scorsese polished his style and turned around to create his breakout film Mean Streets (1973) the following year. The film began a longtime collaboration between Scorsese and Robert De Niro that reached a pinnacle in the 1980 film Raging Bull.

Films
May 01, 2015

The ’Burbs (Joe Dante, 1989) Starring Tom Hanks as everyman Ray Peterson, The ’Burbs tells the story of a neighborhood whose fences are just not tall enough. After a suspiciously creepy family moves in down the block, the neighbors can’t help but speculate wildly about the newcomers’ intent, which escalates into total suburbanite anarchy. Produced by another of Corman’s proteges, Ron Howard, and costarring Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher, and a young Corey Feldman, The ’Burbs is a gothic comedy about the all-American suburban way of life. 

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