Bullhead (one-week run!)

2012 Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film!

 

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members):

Friday, February 17th: 7:30pm (OPENING NIGHT PARTY, director & star in person!)
Saturday, February 18th: 7:15pm
Sunday, February 19th: 2:30pm, 7:30pm
Monday, February 20th: 10:00pm
Tuesday, February 21st: 7:45pm
Wednesday, February 22nd: 3:00pm
Thursday, February 23rd: 3:40pm
Friday, February 24th: 4:45pm
Saturday, February 25th: 1:30pm, 7:00pm

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen! One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence. Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate. Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own. Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 128 min.

 

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Bullhead (2/25, 7:00pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/25/2012 - 7PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen! One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence. Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate. Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own. Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, HD presentation, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/25, 1:30pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/25/2012 - 1:30PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen! One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence. Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate. Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own. Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, HD presentation, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/24, 4:45pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/24/2012 - 4:45PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen! One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence. Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate. Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own. Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, HD presentation, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/23, 3:40pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/23/2012 - 3:40PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen! One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence. Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate. Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own. Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, HD presentation, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/22, 3:00pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/22/2012 - 3PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/21, 7:45pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/21/2012 - 7:45PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/20, 10:00pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/20/2012 - 10PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/19, 7:30pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/19/2012 - 7:30PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/19, 2:30pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/19/2012 - 2:30PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/18, 7:15pm)

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/18/2012 - 7:15PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix).
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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Bullhead (2/17, 7:30pm, DIRECTOR & STAR IN PERSON, OPENING NIGHT PARTY!))

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film!
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2/17/2012 - 7:30PM

The Belgian crime epic Bullhead has just been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars — and Cinefamily now brings it to you on the big screen!  One of 2011’s most stunning debuts, Michaël R. Roskam’s Bullhead is a harrowing tale of revenge and redemption that, like Scorsese’s The Departed, superbly depicts a complex microcosm of unique culture and shattering violence.  Matthias Schoenaerts (in a ferocious breakout performance) plays a domineering Limburg cattle farmer constantly pumped on growth hormone, who initiates a shady deal with a notorious Flemish mafioso meat trader — and as various figures from his childhood pop up and threaten to unravel his present-day dealings, he must decide whether or not to own up to his fate.  Schoenaerts is truly one to watch, as both his real-life transformation for the role (Raging Bull-style) and his on-fire presence put him in a league all his own.  Acclaimed at festivals worldwide, this visceral multi-award-winning saga is “a tremendous accomplishment…one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had in a theater this year.” (HitFix). Director Michaël R. Roskam & star Matthias Schoenaerts will be here for an in-depth Q&A after the film — and stick around for our opening night afterparty following the show!
Dir. Michaël R. Roskam, 2011, 35mm, 128 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bullhead”!
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